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2024’s Best States for Tiny House Living

~ 2024’s Best States for Living in a Tiny House ~ Tiny houses are a great alternative to purchasing a standard homes. Easier and much more affordable to maintain than a regular house, a tiny home can provide the independence and privacy of home owning at a fraction of the cost. To mark TinyFest California this month, LawnStarter ranked 2024’s Best States for Tiny House Living. Best States for Tiny House Living LawnStarter compared the 50 states on the legality of…

2023’s Best Cities for Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse: Is Nashville Prepared?

~ LawnLove Looks at 2023’s Best Cities for Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse ~ 12 And this shall be the plague wherewith the Lord will smite all the people that have fought against Jerusalem; Their flesh shall consume away while they stand upon their feet, and their eyes shall consume away in their holes, and their tongue shall consume away in their mouth. Zechariah 14:12 NIV September is US national preparedness month, so now is as good a time as any to get prepared….

Dog Nights of Summer & Lights Bring Crowds to Cheekwood

~ Last night of Cheekwood’s Dog Nights of Summer was August 31 | 5:30 – 10 PM ~ The last night of Cheekwood’s Dog Nights of Summer was Thursday night, and it was paws-itively a night of tail waggin’, four-legged friends. The weather couldn’t have been nicer, so people and their pets thronged to Cheekwood Botanical gardens. And there was plenty for the canines to enjoy. A welcome table was set up with treats and water bowls to for hungry…

Nashville Ranks Low for Pedestrian Safety According to New Report

~ Report: Nashville Ranks Low for Pedestrian Safety in 2023 ~ Walking is a popular recreational activitiy in metroplitan areas, and Nashville has many sights and activities that appeal to walkers. How does Music City compare to other metropolitan areas when it comes to pedestrian safety and fatal accidents involving pedestrians? A new report from KURU Footwear sheds light on the state of pedestrian safety in the United States. Unfortunately, neither Nashville nor Memphis did very well when it comes…

Rhythm[s]myth Premiers August 22

~ Rhythm[s]myth Premiers August 22 at Brentwood Academy in Nashville ~ A concept of aural and visual arts where music, lighting, staging, costuming, video, poetry and performance art come together and support each other in an immersive experience of our shared humanity to benefit others. Rhythm[s]myth Before Rhythm[s]myth, There Was Bash-n-the-Code Quite some time ago I had one of the most enjoyable jobs ever, working with Christian band, Bash-n-the-Code, At the time, Bash was made up of Keith Lancaster, Mark…

4th of July 2023: Events, Articles & More

~ What is going on for the 4th of July in Nashville? Why do we even celebrate? Here are some July 4 events and articles to help you make the most of the 4th of July 2023. ~ It’s the end of June, 2023, so the 4th of July is knocking on our door! Why do we celebrate the 4th of July? With all the problems in our world and the dissolution of so much of our American culture, why…

Phil Wickham Releases The Jesus Way

~ PHIL WICKHAM DROPS ANCHOR TRACK, “THE JESUS WAY,” FROM HIGHLY ANTICIPATED UPCOMING ALBUM ~ Phil Wickham The Jesus Way Two-time GRAMMY® nominee Phil Wickham has officially dropped anchor track, “The Jesus Way,” from his highly anticipated new studio album, slated to release this fall. Three years in the making, the standout selection borrows language from The Beatitudes and serves as a personal declaration of allegiance for the singer/songwriter. “‘The Jesus Way’ is one of the closest songs to my…

CAUSE Fest June 3 & 4 in Franklin, TN

~ CAUSE Fest—Creative Artists Unite (for the) Sovereignty (of) Everyone June 3rd and 4th, 2023 at Liberty Hall in Franklin, TN ~ CAUSE Fest June 3 & 4 in Franklin Not billed as a Christian CAUSE Fest, with Creative Artists Unite (for the) Sovereignty (of) Everyone, will take place at Liberty Hall in Franklin, Tennessee. Mark your calendar for June 3rd and 4th to attend an epic weekend of liberty-centered music, comedy, lectures, live podcasts, aerial acrobatics, community-building and more….

Open Letter from The Covenant School

~ An open letter of gratitude from The Covenant School to the Nashville community ~ “It has been a little over four weeks since March 27. Four weeks since a line was drawn in the sand of our lives at Covenant, a line marking before and after, a line marking the moment when life changed, and we will never be the same. Thus begins a letter of gratitude from The Covenant School and Covenant Presbyterian Church to the Nashville community….

Dogs & Dogwoods at Cheekwood, Minus the Blooms

This weekend canine companions and their two-legged friends are welcome to enjoy the annual Dogs & Dogwoods celebration, at Cheekwood on April 22 and 23. Saturday marked the beginning of the two-day event, with overcast skies and a chilly breeze, but that didn’t deter dog lovers or their 4-legged friends. Visitors are able to enjoy the dog-friendly spring weekend as they stroll through Cheekwood’s nationally certified dogwood collection, enjoy food trucks, special performances, local vendors, and more. The grounds have…

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