By LEENA KOLLAR Over the weekend, I celebrated my 7th wedding anniversary. Actually, I celebrated my 6th and 7th wedding anniversaries. You see, the first time I married my husband, it was at the Davidson
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By SARAH GRACE TAYLOR After a day of artists ranging in size and genre, Pilgrimage Festival 2017 night one came to a crescendo with two huge acts with a soft spot for Franklin. THE MUSIC
By REBEKAH JONES Tailgating season is in full swing, and with it comes a whole host of responsibilities to take care of. Drinks, drink mixes, coolers, storage, glasses, drink koozies... the season can demand a
Helping teens eat well is a silent job.
By VANESSA HAMPTON For years, I did what entirely too many of us do. Almost daily, I would strip down to nothing (including making sure to remove my earrings), pee for a third time, take
By VANESSA HAMPTON Have you ever found yourself listening to a conversation and been bothered by the words someone spoke to another? Maybe their tone was ugly or they were being harshly critical? Maybe what
By KELLY GILFILLAN I am a mother of three grown daughters – well, growing daughters. As my mother before me, I love these kids with all that I am. When they hurt, I hurt. When they
By KELLY GILFILLAN Style is more. More than clothes. More than body shape. More than shoes. More than where you travel or who you know. Style is seen by the world as something that we show
By LEENA KOLLAR Whether you drink socially or daily, because you like the taste or because it helps you unwind, I think we can all agree that wine is best enjoyed in a fun glass.
By MEGAN STRICKLIN As I’m sure is the case for most families, pizza is one dinner that my kids and my husband love! When they find out it’s pizza night, the kids start jumping and screaming
By KELLY GILFILLAN The Time Out has invited working mothers to share their tips on how they balance their work, family time, private time and the tools they use to make their best days happen.
By LEENA KOLLAR With the extreme heat taking over Nashville this summer, it's hard not to think about indulging in a refreshing beverage. But Southern classics like lemonade and sweet tea don't always do the
A New York Times best-selling author, captivated by the story of a former Tennessee slave’s involvement in the most successful whiskey brand in the world, has announced plans for a dozen projects to honor the
Things just seem to get more and more complicated. I knew I wasn’t wrong in thinking Alex liked me. Through a mutual friend, Lauren, I learned this much is absolutely true. The two of them
O'More College of Design took its fashion show to the runway -- literally -- last year, presenting the show at the John Tune Airport in Nashville. This year the show will return to Franklin. It
843 Windstone Blvd. was a custom home for one of Nashville's most premiere builders. It has beautiful curb appeal from the sidewalk to the back yard as you enter the handmade front doors. this home