Although LGBT musician Levi Kreis is young, he’s had a career most musicians and actors can only dream of. The Tony Award-winning actor/singer and Belmont University graduate has performed in multiple Broadway shows …
How one Tennessee native left for bigger dreams and then came back to start a movement… For D’Andrews Bakery and Cafe – located in bustling downtown Nashville near the public library – the hard part may be over. As of August 2019, the charming bakery had been open for over one year, and they are still experiencing growth of sales and clientele.
“I wish everything was different. I wish that I were a part of something.” At one time or another, we have all felt this. Some of us feel it more often or for a longer period of time. Others feel it all the time. One thing is for sure, Dear Evan Hansen brings those feelings to the surface.
Raw, profound, unsullied: This is just how Jay Farrell likes his emotions. These are also just some of the words you might use to describe the Tennessee-based photographer’s latest book “Abandoned Nashville: Dark Corners of Music City.”
Use the code LGBTQFOCUS for 15% off your first order! Executive Chef Megan Hendrix takes pride in her prepared meals to be as easy as 1, 2, &3; hence, the name &3 Foods. She also takes pride in being an ally for the LGBT+ community and wants you to take pride in what you eat.
Winner of six 2017 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and the 2018 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, Dear Evan Hansen makes its Nashville debut with a one-week engagement Sept.10-15 at Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Jackson Hall.
Antoni Porowski, the Emmy Award-winning food and wine guru of “Queer Eye,” brings his multi-city book tour, in partnership with Williams-Sonoma to celebrate the Sept. 9 release of his debut cookbook, “Antoni in the Kitchen” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), to TPAC’s Polk Theater Sept. 13.