Selena Haynes

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Nashville Fashion Week is Runway Ready

Nashville Fashion Week is a celebration of Nashville’s thriving fashion and retail community and its vast array of creative talent. Featuring local, regional and national designers and industry professionals encourage both Nashvillians and visitors to explore the city’s diverse fashion…

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A Little bit of Goat Yoga Will get you Through

What does Minnie Pearl, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Willie Nelson, Tanya Tucker, and Harvey Milk have in common? They’re all goats at Shenanigoats, where they rent out their older babies for landscaping while the younger ones are busy making people less stressed through laughter and play at goat yoga.

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Cheley Tackett Talks new Album, Release Party

A Nashville staple, Cheley Tackett, is back in the groove with her new album, ‘Buckeye.’ The CD release party is scheduled for 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17 at Douglas Corner. Focus asked Tackett a few questions for our readers become acquainted or reacquainted as the case may be.

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RECAP: Pilgrimage Festival Doesn’t Disappoint

The Pilgrimage Festival was held Sept. 23 – 24 in Franklin, TN. at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm for its third year. Headlining Saturday night was Justin Timberlake and Sunday night was Eddie Vedder. Other acts included a couple of Focus’ favorites, Valerie June and Sinclair, recently featured in the Sept./Oct. issues of Focus Mid-South and Focus Middle Tennessee.

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Introducing Chef Jay Kill

Focus welcomes our new food+beverage columnist, Chef Jay Kill. He will be answering your most burning questions. Before Chef Jay begins, we thought it would be nice for our readers to learn about him.

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Bianca Page Day 2017 set for Aug. 26

Saturday, Aug. 26, will mark the 7th Annual Bianca Page Day (BPD) in Nashville, TN. Friends, loved ones and community members will gather at TRAX Bar beginning at 3 pm to celebrate and remember the life and legacy of Nashville’s most beloved force of drag.

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