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New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs Up for Adoption in goodlettsville, TN
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of goodlettsville..
Dollywood announces Nashville auditions for theme park's 2024 entertainment
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Dollywood's entertainment team is coming to Nashville in search of the theme park's next performers. The park’s team is preparing to visit Music City next month to audition performers for one of the new season’s highlight shows. The team says it's looking for...
Beacon sues Mt. Juliet on behalf of food trucks
Mt. Juliet is facing a lawsuit, thanks to a new ordinance which some food truck operators call discrimination.
People continue to walk on interstate to get to Nashville airport on time
Some of the busiest travel days of the year are behind us, but the traffic around BNA is here to stay.
Kitchen Fires Break Out at Luxury Hotel's Steakhouse in Downtown Nashville
Witness the aftermath of a double fire incident at the high-rise luxury hotel in Downtown Nashville. The fires broke out in the kitchen of Burbon Stak Steakhouse, located on the top floor of the JW Marriott, causing the restaurant to close for the night.
Pets of the Week for November 28, 2023
Looking for a new pet? Check out News 2's "Pets of the Week" segment every Tuesday on Good Morning Nashville.
Here’s why Hall is suing Oates in Nashville
According to a motion filed in the Davidson County Chancery Court, Daryl Hall is suing his bandmate John Oates over Oates' desire to sell his stake in a joint partnership called Whole Oats Enterprises LLP (WOE).
Discover Goodlettsville Through Its 4 Must-Try American Classics
This article explores four traditional American dishes found in Goodlettsville. Have you had a chance to taste any of them? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Sinema Restaurant & Bar Welcomes New Executive Chef
Sinema Restaurant & Bar Welcomes New Executive Chef. Chef Shelby Briggs brings more than 13 years of experience in fine dining to Sinema as it enters its 10th year in business. NASHVILLE, TN (Nov. 28, 2023) – Sinema Restaurant & Bar welcomes Shelby Briggs as the new executive chef for the established Nashville restaurant beginning this month, announces Ed and Sam Reed and Q Taylor of Reed Hospitality. The former Executive Chef of Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, MD, and Chef De Cuisine at the Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, FL, Briggs will bring her culinary expertise and knowledge of international cuisine to Sinema’s kitchen. Guests can expect previews of Briggs’ updated dishes to be offered as specials leading up to the new year.
Passengers Walk on Interstate to Reach Nashville Airport Amidst Ongoing Construction
• People have been walking on the interstate to get to Nashville airport on time due to heavy traffic. • The traffic congestion is caused by ongoing construction projects at the airport, which are expected to continue until 2028.
15 Free Holiday Events to Know About
You’re already spending so much on presents, so don’t break the bank and look for a few free events this holiday season. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite FREE holiday events (listed by date):. 1. East Nash Holiday Bash. Friday, Dec. 1 and Saturday, Dec....
Podcast: Prepping for the Winter Meetings, Draft Lottery
The baseball world will descend on Nashville next week for the Winter Meetings and the MLB Pipeline Podcast gets you ready. Jim Callis, Jonathan Mayo and Jason Ratliff kick off this Winter Meetings-focused episode by talking about the second annual Draft Lottery and how it will impact the 2024 Draft order.
Chef Sterling Wright’s Radical Hospitality in Action
In preparation for Thanksgiving, the Napier public housing community in south Nashville celebrated by serving over a thousand meals — and delivering more than 150 frozen turkeys to their neighbors. This scene is part of an episode of This Is Nashville on Radical Hospitality.
A Week in Review: Nashville's Local Events from December 1st to 7th, 2023
Copper Branch in Nashville, Tennessee, hosts a weekly songwriter showcase open mic event. The event welcomes all music genres and features original songs, also providing the opportunity for artists to audition for paid gigs. Attendees are also able to enjoy the venue's food and beverages.
Step Back in Time at Historic Mansker's Station in Goodlettsville, Tennessee
Discover the spirited past of Goodlettsville, Tennessee, at Historic Mansker's Station, a living history museum that elegantly captures the essence of 18th-century frontier life. Situated just north of Nashville, this museum is a celebrated portal to the past, featuring the reconstructed 1779 log station and the storied 1780s Bowen Plantation House, the oldest brick structure in Middle Tennessee. Engaging costumed interpreters provide a window into the daily lives of early settlers, showcasing their resilience and ingenuity.
Hellbent on conservation: How Nashville Zoo and state are preserving salamanders, mussels
From the madtom catfish to the oyster mussel, more than 130 aquatic species have made the federal list of endangered species, with several calling Tennessee waterways home. And while the process to save such species from extinction can be rigorous and involved, the process by which a species becomes labeled as endangered is also a strenuous one, according to Josh Campbell, biodiversity chief at the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency.
The countdown to Christmas begins with the 19th annual Lighting of the Green
Tuesday marks the 19th anniversary of a very special celebration at Lipscomb University, Lighting of the Green at the Allen Arena Mall.
Hendersonville's BBQ Heaven: The 3 Must-Try Barbeque Joints
This article presents a tour of three exceptional barbecue spots in Hendersonville. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Donate a Toy, Get a Free Zoo Ticket: MNPD's Annual Christmas Toy Drive at Nashville Zoo
The Metro Nashville Police Department’s Mounted Patrol Division is organizing their annual Christmas Basket Program at the Nashville Zoo on December 2 and 3. This charity drive encourages visitors to donate new toys for needy families during the holiday season. In return, the Zoo is providing free admission tickets for every new toy donated, limited to two tickets per family. The toys will be collected by the police officers in the Zoo's parking lot from 9 am to 2:30 pm.
8 Nashville-Inspired Christmas Gifts to Give this Season
Whether you are shopping for family and friends near or far, give the gift of Music City this holiday season. From delectable treats to a Nashville Lifestyles BOGO subscription (it's truly the gift that keeps on giving!), we've got everyone on your Christmas list (even the hard to shop for), covered.