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Couples Making It Work

March 4, 2018 - Couples Making it Work, David and Johnny, Entertainment, Events, LGBT Advocate, LGBT Community, Middle Tennessee, Nashville, Nashville Cares, POZ, Question and Answer, Relationship Influencers, Tennessee

DATING & RELATIONSHIP Q&A MIXER, COCKTAILS & CONVERSATIONS: INTIMATE CONVERSATIONS WITH COUPLES MAKING IT WORK. Guests Included “Relationship Influencers” David & Johnny (from NYC’s POZ Magazine & Real Health Magazine), Dee & Wes (local Certified Life Coaches & Event Planners) March 1, 2018- Nashville, TN-Calling…

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LGBT musicians

Music to our ears: 3 LGBT+ artists to listen to NOW

March 2, 2018 - Entertainment, Music

By Brian Goins Here’s our rundown of three of our favorite local LGBT musicians on the musical landscape and what to expect: DAPHNE WILLIS, “FREAKS LIKE ME” In a nine-track set that is one part pop and three parts unapologetic rock, Daphne Willis delivers a…

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TPAC Cabaret

Review: TPAC’s Cabaret is wonderful production with stunning cast

March 1, 2018 - Arts, Entertainment, Leah Wright, Middle Tennessee, Review, TPAC

By Leah Wright Willkommen to Cabaret! Based on the revival from Roundabout Theatre Company and directed by BT McNicholl, Cabaret begins with a glittery, shiny backdrop covering the upper portion of the stage before it devolves into a dark and often shocking analysis of Germany…

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Gay country artist Chase Sansing releases music video

February 21, 2018 - Entertainment, Music, Nashville

NASHVILLE — Rising country artist Chase Sansing has released the music video to accompany his single “Begins with You.” The Mississippi native shot the video at various locations throughout Nashville and incorporates footage from gay pride festivals in Louisville, Chicago, Murfreesboro and Nashville. “I wrote this…

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Nashville Fashion Week announces first men’s style event; Wednesday night designer lineup

February 21, 2018 - Arts, Entertainment, Nashville Fashion Week

NASHVILLE — Nashville Fashion Week, the city’s longest-running fashion organization, announced today featured designers for their Ready-to-Wear Showcase and the launch of its first Men’s Style Event. The eighth annual five-day event will kick off on Tuesday, April 3 with the Nashville Designer Showcase in partnership…

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Review Illusionists Live

REVIEW: The Illusionists Live From Broadway

February 17, 2018 - Articles, Arts, Entertainment, Lauren Means, Middle Tennessee, Nashville, Review, Tennessee, TPAC

by: Lauren Means The Illusionists are sure to leave you anything but disillusioned. Bringing together five of the top performers from the world of magic and illusion, the show is certain to entertain both the young and young at heart. From mind-reading to sleight of…

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REVIEW: Light / The Holocaust & Humanity Project

February 10, 2018 - Articles, Arts, Entertainment, Lauren Means, Middle Tennessee, Nashville, Nashville Ballet, Review, Tennessee, TPAC

by Lauren Means Ι photos courtesy of Ballet Austin As a part of Nashville Ballet’s Attitude series, internationally acclaimed contemporary ballet Light / The Holocaust & Humanity Project comes to Nashville February 9th-11th, courtesy of Stephen Mills, artistic Director of Ballet Austin. Light promotes the protection of…

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Blogger Brunch

Nashville Fashion Week: Blogger Brunch is back!

February 8, 2018 - Arts, Entertainment, Events

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 8, 2018) — Nashville Fashion Week, the city’s longest-running fashion industry event, announced today plans for its 2nd Annual Blogger Brunch taking place on Saturday, February 24 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at L.A. Jackson at the Thompson Nashville Hotel. “We…

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REVIEW: Getting to Know the King and I

February 4, 2018 - Articles, Entertainment, Leah Wright, Middle Tennessee, Nashville, TPAC

by Leah Wright | Photos courtesy of Matthew Murphy Barlett Sher has brought Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I to the stage at Tennessee Performing Arts Center in a grand show of color and movement. From the very moment the curtain opens to reveal a brilliantly colored…

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REVIEW: “Call Me By Your Name” is a sultry masterpiece

January 17, 2018 - Entertainment, Events, Film, LGBT Community

By Brian Goins Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your Name,” based on the novel by André Aciman, is a quiet, subtle and unassuming exploration of coming of age sexuality and love. Elio, a brooding and creative 17-year-old, meets Oliver, who arrives at their Italian villa…

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