Belle Meade Living
Marketing and communications professional with experience creating content on subject matter ranging from country music to beekeeping in Ancient Egypt * Nashville by way of Brooklyn.
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Belle Meade Living
Maggie and Will Tucker are Nashville natives who have lived in Belle Meade since 2007. Belle Meade Living caught up with the Tuckers to learn more about their background, why they love Nashville, and Maggie’s new store Magpies Girl. Tell us about yourselves. I grew up in Franklin and went to Grassland, Franklin High, and Belmont. I worked in the retail industry for about eight years, beginning with a startup in Atlanta, and then Katy’s Hallmark and lululemon in Nashville; I experienced...
Residents Chip Wilkison and Caitlin Kelley have been friends for years and now their dogs are following in their footsteps – or more aptly, their paw-steps. Chip welcomed his four-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Chloe into his life two years ago after her previous owner parted ways with her. Caitlin also brought her two-year-old Goldendoodle Leo home two years ago, after importing him from a dog breeder in Wisconsin. Good things appear to come in twos for Chip and Caitlin who moved...
The Standard Magazine
The face of success is different for every man, but for John Weber it’s not a face at all: it’s a head of hair. Weber is the largest franchisee of Sport Clips, the men and boy’s haircut chain with more than 1,500 stores in the United States and Canada. After initially working in the automotive and healthcare industries, Weber discovered Sport Clips at a franchise show in Las Vegas almost nine years ago. From a business standpoint, the company made perfect sense to Weber, who recalls his...
Oxford University Press
In every aspect of international affairs, digitally enabled actors like Edward Snowden and WikiLeaks are changing the way the world works and disrupting the institutions that once held a monopoly on power. In DISRUPTIVE POWER: The Crisis of the State in the Digital Age, Taylor Owen provides readers with a sweeping look at the way that digital technologies are shaking up the working of the institutions that have traditionally controlled international affairs, including humanitarianism, war,...
The 15th century manual written to punish people who consorted with demons, called The Hammer of Witches, presented dreams as one of the ways that witches communicated with the Devil. This close association of witchcraft and dreaming in Christian demonology had devastating consequences during the 17th century New England witch trials, with several courts condemning a person on trial for witchcraft based on the dreams others had about the accused. In BIG DREAMS: The Science of Dreaming and the...
According to Egyptian mythology, when the ancient Egyptian sun god Re cried, his tears turned into honey bees upon touching the ground. In THE TEARS OF RE, author Gene Kritsky delivers the first book to examine the relationship between the honey bee and ancient Egyptian culture, through the lenses of linguistics, archaeology, religion, health, and economics. Kritsky delves into ancient Egypt's multifaceted society, and traces the importance of the honey bee in everything from death rituals to...
Michael Smith served as the Operations Manager at MusicRow Enterprises, where he worked in the sales and editorial departments, and manages MusicRow's CountryBreakout Chart.
I spoke with Ruston Kelly at a Nashville café, while cigarette smoke drifted past us from a nearby table. The day was humid and Kelly was wearing a short sleeve shirt, which exposed the large black bird tattooed on his left arm. Kelly is somewhat of a bird himself, flying from one place to the next
For thousands of years, people have honored one another with coins, influencing posterity to do the same. After winning the decisive battle that would make him Rome’s first emperor, Augustus Caesar minted coins to celebrate his victory, solidifying his legacy in small, round pieces of metal.
Over the course of his career, Scott Scovill has established himself as a formidable player in the music industry, with ownership in three companies and clientele ranging from Alan Jackson to The Rolling Stones. It may be surprising, however, to learn that such a successful man entered the industry on a whim after a chance encounter with U2’s road crew in the late eighties.
Few celebrities can survive the ebb and flow of stardom without enduring a little scandal, and Britney Spears has endured a lot. But that's what makes her such a novelty. The sweet Southern girl turned media darling has weathered two marriages, a conservatorship and a stint in the UCLA psychiatric ward, yet she has managed to maintain a staggeringly high level of popularity with fans the world over.
Nashville will be treated to not one but two tributes to the world-famous Bavarian beer festival, and fortunately for us, they take place side by side. The Germantown Street Festival features 17 musical acts on three different stages, including everyone from Germantown local Heath Forbes to '80s cover band The Spazmatics and Billboard-topping artist Shelly Fairchild.
The Addams Family Where: Jackson Hall, TPAC When: Through Jan. 8782-4040$28-$60; check prices here Created by cartoonist Charles Addams, this grim parody of the nuclear family was first published in The New Yorker in 1938 before enjoying a successful television run in the '60s, numerous film adaptations and now a transformation onto the stage.
New York University — Summer Publishing Institute
Fictional publishing house created as the final project of NYU's Summer Publishing Institute, which immerses students in an intense, six-week study of book, magazine, and digital publishing.
The Occidental Weekly
The Official Newspaper of Occidental College Since 1893.