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LIFESTYLE LETTER

FEBRUARY 2018 PUBLISHER

Jennifer Downs | Jennifer.Downs@LifestylePubs.com EDITOR

Nicolette Martin | Nicolette.Martin@LifestylePubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Maria Dinoia, Sophia Harris, William Harwood, Nicolette Martin

The Maker Movement

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

James Jordan, Kylie Rebecca

WHEN YOU THINK OF THE WORD “MAKER,” WHAT COMES TO MIND? A quick Google search offers some ideas: a constructor, a builder, a producer, a designer, an architect, but, in its simplest terms, a person that makes or produces something. In this month's issue, you'll be immersed in articles that focus on just that: makers—people who produce things. You'll see it in the art, food and artisan goods throughout both these pages and our community. But this concept of makers is more than just the people who create unique works of art, beautiful (and tasty) cuisine, handcrafted jewelry, textiles or furniture, or goods you can find throughout local boutiques or on locally-maintained Etsy pages.

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER CHIEF SALES OFFICER CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DIRECTOR OF MARKETING ART DIRECTOR OPERATIONS DIRECTOR EDITORIAL MANAGER EDITORIAL AD MANAGER AD COORDINATORS

It's also about a movement of people and ideas—hobbyists, experts and the inbetween—who form a community that works together and encourages each

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other to create new products, dream up innovative ideas and produce things unique to the Brentwood material landscape. With the full support of a community behind you, stay creative—and curious—Brentwood.

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We can't wait to see what you make next.

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INSIDE THE ISSUE FEBRUARY 2018

FEATURES 16 From Something Old Comes Something Newly Brentwood Company Produces Home Goods from 100 Percent Recycled Materials

20 A Journey of the Sole How a Nashville Company is Delivering Quality and Style in Socially- and Environmentally-Responsible Ways

24 Painting from the Heart Rachael McCampbell’s Creative Days

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26 Nama Sushi Bar Setting the Bar for Japanese-inspired Cuisine

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26 DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Around Town

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Open House

24 Locals Only 26 Hot Spot 30 Lifestyle Calendar 34 Local’s Choice


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AROUND TOWN

BRENTWOOD LIBRARY HOSTING GARDENING SERIES

ACADEMIC ALL-STAR – EMMA BRADFORD, BETHESDA ELEMENTARY

“Ready-Set-Garden” is a series of seven educa-

Eleven-year-old Emma Bradford is a hard-work-

tional presentations exploring a variety of gardening

ing student who’s known for being polite, kind and

topics to help Williamson County residents learn more

always willing to lend a helping hand. That’s why

about successful gardening in Middle Tennessee.

teachers and staff at Bethesda Elementary chose

The series is presented by members of the

her as the school’s Academic All-Star for the 2017-18

Williamson County Master Gardeners Association

school year. Having attended Bethesda since kinder-

in conjunction with the Williamson County UT

garten, Emma says the teachers at BES are not only

Extension of the Institute of Agriculture and the

caring, but they also have a great sense of humor.

Tennessee State University Cooperative Extension.  Programs will take place from 10 a.m. to noon on Thursdays, and topics will include March 1: Planting for Pollinators, April 26: Herb Gardens, May 3: Some (Plants) Like it Hot, August 30: Weeds, Weeds, Weeds, and September 13: Trees for Tennessee.

ACADEMIC ALL-STAR – FAITH GOREY, CROCKETT ELEMENTARY

“They like to tell jokes sometimes,” Emma said. “They’re funny, and they are always nice.” That’s one reason why Emma says math is her favorite subject. “Ms. Lewis makes it fun,” Emma said. “I like division and multiplying. I don’t always get it right, but I do like math.” Outside of school, Emma spends much of her time playing soccer.

She’s only 8 years old, but Crockett Elementary

“I’ve been playing since I was in third grade,” she

third-grader Faith Gorey is already an inspiration to

said. “It’s a good way to stay active, and I like being

her fellow students and teachers. After being diag-

part of a team that compliments one another.”

nosed with dyslexia last year, Faith has more than

Although she’s not sure what she wants to be

risen to the challenge which is why her teachers

when she grows up, Emma knows that getting a

were thrilled to name her as the school’s Academic

good education is the key to success.

All-Star for the 2017-18 school year.

“An education can lead you to the job you want in

“Hard work pays off,” Faith’s teachers said. “Faith

the future,” she said. “That motivates me to do well

is proof of that. She never gives up no matter how

in school. I also like to make the honor roll, so that

hard it gets. She just keeps on working, and that

encourages me to try hard too.”

inspires us as teachers.” Faith’s mother says the teachers and staff at Crockett have been incredible throughout the whole process.

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“The support at Crockett has been amazing,” Susan

Thrive Tutoring is a new, boutique-style academic

Gorey said. “One of five people is dyslexic, and the more

service in the Brentwood area offering private, in-home

dyslexia can be talked about and supported through

academic tutoring and college coaching, as well as

schools like Crockett the better off we all will be.”

summer camps and workshops. Thrive was founded

Since her diagnosis, Faith has worked extra hard

by a former statewide education leader, Katy Schmitt,

with her teachers to improve her reading skills. She

who assembled an expert team of the best and the

is now able to enjoy chapter books, read her own

brightest in the industry. Their services are highly per-

tests and participate in book club.

sonalized—tutors develop lessons specifically for each

“Book club is where you discuss the books you’re

child’s learning needs and learning style; they do not

reading, and you make predictions about what you

use a predetermined curriculum. Thrive works with

think will happen,” Faith said. “I didn’t always like to

students in kindergarten through 12th grade across

read, but I do now.”

all subject areas. Consultations are free, and a portion

In addition to reading, Faith spends her free time

of their profits go toward providing their services for

tumbling, playing the piano and participating in the

free to students in need. Learn more by visiting their

school’s Best Buddies program, which aims to end

website, ThriveTutoring.org  or by contacting them

the social and physical isolation of students with

at info@thrivetutoring.org or 615.398.1171.

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“For any child who struggles with reading in kinder-

We are always accepting submissions for announce-

garten or first grade, identification of dyslexia is huge,”

ments you’d like to see included in our Around Town

Susan said. “Faith is a great example of how dyslexia

section. Submissions are accepted via the Contact

does not equate to failure. Dyslexia equates to success.”

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WHAT'S THE NO. 1 DESIGN RULE WHEN

WHAT IS AN INEXPENSIVE BUT

A SELLER IS PREPARING THEIR HOME

IMPACTFUL CHANGE A SELLER CAN

FOR AN OPEN HOUSE?

MAKE TO THEIR HOME TO MAKE IT

When it comes to getting your home

MORE APPEALING TO BUYERS?

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Paint is where it's at! When it comes to mak-

No. 1 rule is simplify and neutralize. Less is

ing a big statement inexpensively, paint is your

always more when it comes to preparing your

best friend. It gives an updated, fresh look, and

home for resale. These days a home that is

is the least expensive way to accomplish big

well kept, coordinated and bright is what sells. 

change. These days, whites, grays and bright neutrals seem to give the biggest return. Some

IN CONTRAST, WHAT IS A

of my favorite colors right now are Alabaster,

DEFINITE DESIGN NO-NO?

Elder White, Repose Gray and Requisite Gray

Design no-nos can come in all sorts of

by Sherwin Williams for most neutral back-

forms, but for me personally, too much color

drops. We've recently used Repose Gray in the

and clutter is for sure the no-no. Be sure to

project seen here in Green Hills.

declutter your home and coordinate your spaces. Don't get me wrong, I love color, but

WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE PART

too much conflicting color can draw the eye

OF INTERIOR DESIGN?

in too many directions. So, to keep your mar-

I love design and have since I was a little girl.

ket wide open to more potential buyers, neu-

One of my favorite parts of design is the trans-

tral is your game. If you want to help poten-

formation that takes place in people's lives and

tial buyers imagine your home as their own,

homes. Seeing new life breathed into weary,

reduce clutter, remove personal photos and

old, drab or cluttered spaces where life can

make your palette neutral and simple. 

restart, community can happen and memories can be made are what make me most excited. Helping change the lives of people who are trying to do life well, making a home of their own or raising a family is where I thrive.

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Michael Graziano and Jesse Sproul with some of Newly's latest products. Photo by James Jordan.

SITTING AT A TABLE WITH FRIENDS,

when not busy building the Newly brand,

DRINKING BEER AND TALKING ABOUT

says. “From this time last year until now, we’ve

LAUNCHING A SOCIAL ENTERPRISE TO

learned a ton. We’ve learned who our custom-

MAKE THE WORLD A MORE SUSTAIN-

ers are. And we are proving a business case:

ABLE PLACE IS EASY. But actually doing it? 

you can make beautiful, durable home goods

Well, that’s a bit tougher. Especially when the

from 100 percent recycled materials.”

logistics wind up involving multiple countries

Jesse, Newly’s CEO, agrees. “We found we

on separate continents for products requiring

saw increased sales in categories that had

an infrastructure that doesn’t yet exist.

more options. We launched October 2016 with

But that is precisely what Brentwood-

only 12 products. But now, just over a year later,

area locals Jesse Sproul, Barret Ward, Joel

we’ve more than tripled the choices. And, for

Griffith, Michael Graziano and Matt Lehman

premium handmade goods, our items are not

have done. The five friends founded Newly,

expensive. If you compare to other brands,

an environmentally enlightened business

they’re actually competitively priced.”

that produces high-quality home goods

And, unlike other brands, each Newly

from 100 percent recycled materials. Newly

product is a part of a larger mission baked

launched toward the end of 2016, offering

into the business charter itself: Newly is the

such items as premium glassware, blankets

first registered benefit corporation in the

and cutting boards.

state of Tennessee.

Now, just over one year on, it’s time to

“First and foremost. we are a maker of

reflect on what the Newly team has accom-

beautiful, quality home goods," Michael says.

plished and where they go from here.

"However, our goods just happen to have

“The growth in our first year has been

this fundamentalist mission.

CONTINUED >

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FROM SOMETHING OLD

(CON TI N U ED)

Too often you must choose between being stylish and being sustainable. That’s a false dichotomy. You can do both.” 

Alto Collins and Postre Glasses

Newly’s growing success proves that doing both is indeed

Until then, Newly will continue to grow its global sourcing and manufac-

possible, but, with recycled resources gathered in places like

turing base, utilizing artisan glassblowers in Valencia, Spain, for example,

Italy to be manufactured in South Carolina, it is still difficult.

to produce its current line of 17 different types of glassware, each piece

“The fact that it is hard does help us keep our competitors at bay,” Jesse admits with a smile. “It’s our dream to vertically integrate—sourcing and producing much closer to home," Michael says. 18

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HOW A NASHVILLE COMPANY IS DELIVERING QUALITY AND STYLE IN SOCIALLY- AND ENVIRONMENTALLY-RESPONSIBLE WAYS “IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND WHAT MAKES US STAND OUT,

to pursue design and a greater purpose simultaneously, Zoe quit her

YOU HAVE TO UNDERSTAND HOW BROKEN THE FASHION

job and boarded a one-way flight to Peru to join me.”

INDUSTRY IS TODAY, WITH 98 PERCENT OF LABORERS BEING

Nisolo’s desire to deliver effortless style with social responsibility

DENIED A LIVING WAGE AND THE INDUSTRY ITSELF BEING

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ONE OF THE MOST POLLUTIVE IN THE ENTIRE WORLD,”

industry in a more sustainable direction—where success is based

PATRICK WOODYARD SAYS.

on more than just offering the cheapest price; a direction that not

It was a metaphorical walk in the shoes of—and an inspirational real-life meeting with—remarkably talented shoemakers in Trujillo,

only values exceptional design, but the producer and the planet just as much as the end consumer.

Peru, that led Patrick and co-founder Zoe Cleary, who was working

“What makes Nisolo special is that as a Nisolo producer, you

for a major fashion label in New York City at the time of the com-

get beyond fair-trade wages, access to health care, safe working

pany’s inspiration, to create Nisolo, revitalizing an industry through

conditions and a slew of resources ranging from free financial liter-

ethical production without sacrificing quality and style.

acy training courses to English and nutrition classes,” Patrick says.

“The timing could not have been more perfect,” Patrick says. “Zoe

“And, as a consumer, you get the total package: amazing quality, a

was reaching a peak point of frustration with how little the brands

fair and competitive price and a product that’s made in an environ-

she had worked for seemed to care for the planet and the people at

mentally and socially responsible manner that has a deep impact

the bottom of their supply chains. After envisioning the opportunity

on the people who make the products.”

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“WE WANT NISOLO’S PRODUCTION PRACTICES TO BE THE NEW NORMAL FOR THE FASHION INDUSTRY, AND I THINK THIS CAN HAPPEN WITHIN MY LIFETIME,” PATRICK SAYS.

Nisolo has three models of ethical production. The first, its own factory in Trujillo, Peru—where Patrick and Zoe’s vision first began—that accounts for about 89 percent of the company’s production. The second, a partner factory in León, Mexico. The third, small, independent artisans located in Nairobi, Kenya, and Trujillo, Peru, to help grow their businesses and production capabilities. Routine factory visits are made by Nisolo staff to ensure partner factories are operating by a strict set of standards, including that all producers—who must be 18 years or older—receive beyond fair-trade wages, healthy working conditions and health care. The leather used in various Nisolo products, like the Andres All-Weather Boot—the company’s first water-resistant style that features natural oil-based and vegetable tanned leather—or the Mariella Mule, a popular women’s style, is responsibly sourced from tanneries committed to the ethical treatment of animals and the implementation of eco-friendly waste-disposal systems. According to Patrick, Nisolo directly supports more than 500 livelihoods across Peru, Mexico and Kenya. The average income increase for a Nisolo producer after getting a job in a Nisolo factory is 140 percent for men and 173 percent for women. Apart from wages, Nisolo is also focused on the long-term impact producing Nisolo products has on shoemakers. Whereas 10 percent of the producers had bank accounts before working with Nisolo, 100 percent are now in the formal banking sector. And whereas around only half of the shoemakers Nisolo works with in Peru were able to get a high school degree, 100 percent of their children are in school and 13 percent of them will soon be first-generation college graduates. February 2018 | Brentwood Lifestyle

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PAINTING FROM THE HEART RACHAEL MCCAMPBELL'S CREATIVE DAYS HER CANVASES FILL THE ROOMS OF THE 100+-YEAR-OLD HOUSE NEAR BRENTWOOD, ADORNING THE WALLS WITH STORIES CAPTURED IN ACRYLIC AND OIL AND TOLD WITH TENDERNESS AND TALENT. Meet Rachael McCampbell, painter, writer, teacher, sculptor, master practitioner of the fine art of persistence. Each day brings visions and revisions in a creative life dedicated to manifesting the aesthetic essence of things, from a humble leaf floating upon a winter’s creek to the surrounding fields and forests succumbing to money and mansions.

6:30 AM

Breakfast of oatmeal, blueberries and coffee

7:15 AM

Art journal

7:45 AM

Power hiking

8:30 AM

Marketing

9:00 AM

Paint

10:30 AM

Enjoy a (usually) healthy snack

10:45 AM

Gardening, picking turnips and greens

11:00 AM

Framing paintings for galleries

11:45 AM

Paint!

12:45 PM

Break for healthy lunch

1:30 PM

Planning for England art class trip

2:30 PM

Deliver art to galleries

4:00 PM

Take photos of creek for new series of paintings

4:15 PM

Paint

6:30 PM

Go out to dinner with husband Curtis and friends

8:30 PM

Prep boards for new paintings

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Not that Rachael has chosen an easy path. Art is effort. Lots of effort. And obstacles to overcome. Once she was afraid to paint, “frozen by fear” as she puts it, too intimidated by the fine art of her roommate. However, during the '90s, the traumas of an illness, a divorce and the death of her father compelled her to put brush to canvas, an artistic catharsis which helped her through a troubled time. “I started painting from my heart,” Rachael says. “They were disturbing, figurative paintings. I thought it would be good for healing, and the work began to get lighter and lighter as I got lighter and lighter. My art began to sell.” These days, Rachael has found her rhythm.  Working from her home, an artist’s dream space with uneven, wooden floors, old, creaky doors, and green, gorgeous gardens, a home recently made much livelier by the addition of her new husband, Curtis Stewart, and his sweet dog, Sugar, Rachael is on a roll, making art each day while leading others on their own artistic paths.  “I’m kind of a perfectionist,” she admits. “But that really gets in the way for an artist. Working from your head will stop you, so I try to get into my body and paint from a childlike place of play—that’s when the magic happens.” Much of Rachael’s current magic focuses on the stream that borders her backyard.  “I’ve been moving toward more abstracted imagery in

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my ‘Creek Series,’” she says. She is also interested in environmental issues and is working on a series called “Encroachment," representational studies of the impact of development on rural Williamson County.  That, of course, is in addition to framing her paintings, marketing her work, delivering and shipping to galleries, writing articles on art, teaching workshops, and planning trips to England and Italy for interested writers and painters with her company, Artistic Adventures Abroad. 

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collaborating in England this summer. He’s going to lecture on English garden design while I lead the painting part of it.” “I continually try to push myself by experimenting with materials and subject matter,” she says. "I am also blessed to be a recognized Gamblin Workshop Instructor with Gamblin Oil Paints and a Golden Acrylics Artist Educator as well. That sort of support by such revered art supply companies helps push my

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SETTING THE BAR FOR JAPANESE-INSPIRED CUISINE

ARTICLE SOPHIA HARRIS | PHOTOGRAPHY JAMES JORDAN

IF YOU LOVE JAPANESE FOOD, THEN YOU KNOW THAT INGREDIENTS AND PREPARATION MATTER. Sushi is a very particular food, from the taste of the seaweed to the cut of the fresh fish—details matter. Anthony Fowler, director of operations at Nama Sushi Bar, is well aware of this. To him, details and presentation are much more than an afterthought: they’re everything.

It’s important that his chefs are trained specifically, and he’s happy to surround himself with a passionate staff. “Everyone really, really cares about what they’re making; it’s the best quality we could ask for,” Fowler says. And, although he is a stickler for detail, he likes to see some individuality in his staff. There’s no uniform, and front-of-the-house

“My philosophy on ingredients is this: make them as fresh and as

workers can dress in their own presentable styles at work. He

clean as possible,” Fowler says. “I only use the freshest fish. We work

encourages chefs to play with new recipes for the menu, and if they

with whole salmon and whole tuna—we break it down. That’s what

do well, they become staples. Although 70 percent of the menu is

people are impressed with when they come here: freshness.”

still from the original, new and different dishes pop up routinely as

For Fowler and his staff, quality is held to the highest of standards. For example, most of the sauces you’ll taste are made in-house. “Every cut, everything we do, we make it beautiful,” Fowler says.

they’re created. While some sushi bars are more traditional, Nama Sushi Bar provides both traditional sushi, if that’s what you want, and exciting variety for the more adventurous.

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Something else Fowler wants you to know? Nama Sushi Bar may be, well, a sushi bar, but there’s far more than that on the menu. Under the Hot Nama portion of the menu, there are options like beef tips, pork tenderloin, yellowtail seared in truffle oil and other hot dishes. For those who don’t want to eat raw fish, there are plenty of cooked and vegetarian delights to sample. There’s also a full bar, complete with flavored sake and almost any cocktail you could think of. Fowler’s penchant for detail and presentation has paid off, and it’s continuing to: Nama Sushi bar began as a small joint in downtown Knoxville, and there are now two full-service restaurants in Knoxville. Since then, he’s opened two restaurants in the Nashville area, and he plans to open at least two or three more in Middle Tennessee. He said he’ll be hiring in the upcoming future, and while loving sushi isn’t a requirement, attention to quality and detail are essential for his staff members. The dessert menu is equally impressive, whether you’re in the mood for tempura bananas or mochi ice cream balls. Don’t be surprised if your dessert (or sushi) is adorned with a decorative chocolate-sauce pattern, a palm frond or other edible accompaniments, as Fowler’s dedication to presentation is evident the instant your food arrives at the table. If you love Japanese food, or even if you don’t, this joint is a must-try, as it sets the bar incredibly high for Japanese cuisine in Brentwood. 

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F E B R U A RY

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cause sensory sensitivities. 11 a.m.

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ducing, singing, touring and writing

The Nashville Predators host six home

with a wide array of artists. Nat King

games this month: February 1 vs. Los

Cole comes back to life again through

Angeles Kings, February 3 vs. New York

the amazing vocal gifting of Michael

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Over the last 10 years, the Fabulous Friends for Africa Valentine’s Dance has raised more than $700,000 for African Leadership.

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This money has built an orphan-

Wine, Women & Shoes benefiting

age in Malawi, distributed Bibles

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will feature exclusive shopping, wine tast-

cational school in Kenya, a day

The 2018 Antiques & Garden Show of

ing, a seated lunch, Wall of Wine, live and

care in Cape Town and more.

Nashville will be celebrating its 28th

silent auctions, special celebrity perfor-

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kind in the country. In addition to informative lectures, the show floor features more than 150 extraordinary antiques, art and horticulture dealers, magnificent gardens and one of the winter season’s most anticipated social events.

10 MUSIC AND MAGIC: A FAMILY CONCERT WITH THE NASHVILLE SYMPHONY

15-17 THE MUSIC OF JOURNEY WITH THE NASHVILLE SYMPHONY Schermerhorn Symphony Center

Your favorite Journey tunes, includ-

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This magical morning of music for

You Want It,” “Who’s Crying Now,”

listeners of all ages features “The

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Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” the overture

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to “The Magic Flute,” “Flight to Nev-

ductor Brent Havens, a rock band

erland” and more. It’s an ideal out-

and the Nashville Symphony. 7 p.m.

Franklin Theatre

ing for families and young children!

February 15 and 8 p.m. February 16

This intimate and fun evening of

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and 17. NashvilleSymphony.org

American roots music celebrates

designed to accommodate listeners

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Kids’ Make is a chance for kids to

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16-18 "THE ILLUSIONISTS – LIVE FROM BROADWAY"

Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Andrew Jackson Hall

"The Illusionists – Live From Broadway" has shattered box office records across the globe and dazzles audiences of all ages with a powerful mix of the most outrageous

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feature soups from 50+ Nashville restaurants, a silent auction, celebrity and culinary judges,

18 "DISNEY LIVE! MICKEY & MINNIE'S DOORWAY TO MAGIC" Bridgestone Arena

kids activities, sweet treats, and more! Adult tickets: $25; child tickets: $5; children 3 and under: free. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Eventbrite.com

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Open the door to reveal mesmerizing

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worlds of unforgettable Disney moments

"CABARET"

thrilling and sophisticated magic of un-

and grand illusions with Disney Live! Mickey

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and Minnie's Doorway to Magic. Join Mickey

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Mouse, Minnie Mouse and the comical duo

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of Donald and Goofy as 25 of your favorite

ny’s Tony Award-winning production,

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"Cabaret" comes to TPAC.Come hear

every turn of the knob! 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.

some of the most memorable songs in

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