Brent Snyder has known he was destined to be a country singer since he was six years old. The Fairfield, Virginia native finally made the move to Nashville to make it his reality. Brent shares more about his journey and how he’s using his story to others in the LGBT+ community.
July 13, 2020 – Presented by Latino Public Broadcasting, “Joyride,” the powerful, digital short that depicts a road trip about letting go of the past
For 17 years the Tomato Art Fest has been uniting fruits and vegetables together on the second Saturday in August. The 2020 festival will look and feel different, but as a uniter the organizers want to help safely bring East Nashville back together to celebrate once more.
We’re so proud to soon be in our fourth year of production in Middle Tennessee. Over the past three years, we’ve met so many wonderful people on this journey. The support that we’ve garnered along the way gives us great joy. From the stories we’ve been able to share, the events we’ve been able to sponsor and the businesses that we’ve been able to show as welcoming, we are sincerely humbled. We thank you all!
If you were lucky enough to attend Boro Pride this year in Murfreesboro, you had the opportunity to hear Flummox in person. The band was formed in 2002 by Alyson Blake Dellinger and Drew Jones.
Big flavors and creativity — for Chefs Eleni Vavouris and Joelle Upton, it’s all about balance, in both the kitchen and in life. In 2000, on their journey into the culinary industry, they met at Opryland Hotel’s Culinary Apprenticeship program.
Tony Woodall: “My life now is simply about helping people become aware of who they already are.” Tony Woodall grew up like many in the South, attending church on Sundays with a very conservative, far-right view of life in a very fear-based type of religious setting…