Santo’s Cena al Tartufo Bianco, The White Truffle Dinner

Each day throughout the year, Santo creates an elevated dining experience of seasonally inspired, modern Mediterranean cuisine. While located in Green Hills, Santo would no doubt prove fully at home were it situated instead next to Manhattan’s more notable restaurants, Eleven Madison Park and Le Bernardin included. Its Green Hills location, however, gives Santo’s patrons an advantage that other elevated…

A Time for Love

While every day of every month is a good time to celebrate love, the days of February are particularly special. With a Valentine’s heart beating in its very center, February is the month of love, the perfect time to celebrate not just romantic love, but love in all its many forms. Who among us doesn’t gift that beloved … Continued

February 2020 Around Town

Nashville Wine Auction’s Pairings, the Ultimate Wine and Food Weekend The Nashville Wine Auction is the country’s longest-running charity wine auction, having raised tens of millions of dollars over the years for local nonprofits such as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center. Pairings is an annual event over the course three evenings: … Continued

Kelsea Ballerini Garners the 2019 Nashville Symphony Harmony Award

Singer and songwriter Kelsea Ballerini received the 2019 Nashville Symphony Harmony Award at the 35th annual Symphony Ball this past December. Presented annually by the Symphony and selected by a dedicated committee, the Harmony Award recognizes individuals who exemplify the harmonious spirit of Nashville’s musical community. Congratulations Kelsea!      

Ensure the Long Term Safety of Your Jewelry Collection

Diamonds, as the classic James Bond film avers, are forever. At least they certainly have been around for almost that long, forming some three billion years ago deep in the early Earth. And the gold we prize so highly -- that lustrous stuff upon which to mount those scintillating diamonds and coruscating gems -- is even older, older than the…

A Winter Vacation No-Brainer

With the blessed exhaustion of the holidays behind us, it is high time you treated yourself to a well-deserved vacation while there is still snowfall. There is a plethora of sports, activities, and fun things to do that are at your fingertips. And while Nashville doesn't get any snow that's too extreme, that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the winter…

The Mangia Experience

Another Saturday night and musician Nick Pellegrino once again performs for a packed house. As the crowd dances, their arms waving, their faces beaming, Nick hops up on his stage -- a kitchen counter. He rests his knees next to the knives to peer through the warming lights at the people partying below. Already the ice has been broken. Already…

Another HardWin in the History Books

Nashville-based HardWin Adventures, Middle Tennessee's premier outdoor athletic challenges company, recently held its 4th Fiery Gizzard Marathon and Half Marathon in Foster Falls Park. Next up, February 1st, is the famous Black Toe Run, an all day party sponsored by Jackalope Brewing Company that is a team or solo event on a beautiful farm in Watertown, TN. See … Continued

Houses of Hope Luncheon

Music City Center served as venue for the Houses of Hope Luncheon.  Chaired this year by Christie Wilson, the annual event supports the wonderful work of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville, building better tomorrows each and every day.   

January 2020 Around Town

THE DAY Is Coming to a TPAC Evening January 18th THE DAY is coming, an evening of exquisite art. Co-presented by OZ Arts Nashville and TPAC in partnership with Nashville Ballet, THE DAY fuses music and dance created by some of the world’s leading artists: cellist Maya Beiser, dancer Wendy Whelan, choreographer Lucinda Childs and composer David Lang. … Continued