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HAuNTcon 2016 : A Review From a Newbie

It is not often that I get excited about traveling. Don’t get me wrong: I love conventions and trade shows. I like seeing new stuff and old friends I only get to spend time with during these shows. The problem,… Continue Reading →

Previewing the Doctor Who Way Late Play Date

Per Matt On Thursday, January 28, prepare to party like a Time Lord. From 6:30 to 10 p.m. Nashville’s Adventure Science Center hosts The Way Late Play Date and explores the science behind the TV show, Doctor Who.

A Thank You Letter to Dr. Tyson

Just before Thanksgiving, Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson’s speaking tour came through Nashville. My mind swelled and stayed that way for days upon days of pondering afterward. The holiday came and went, along with social-media posts about being thankful and I concluded… Continue Reading →

Beer with a Brewmaster: Roy Milner

Per Matt Blackberry Farm is well known for being a luxury resort nestled within the Great Smoky Mountains, but you may not know the property has been brewing world-class beer for the last five years. Currently distributed in 29 states,… Continue Reading →

Beer with a Brewmaster: Linus Hall

Per Matt When people mention Nashville craft beer, one of the first modern-day breweries to come to mind is usually Yazoo. Middle Tennessee is currently enjoying a thriving craft-beer scene and the brewery has helped foster that prosperous culture throughout… Continue Reading →

Previewing the 2015 GuildFest

Per Matt Craft-beer fans, prepare your palates for a variety of beer styles and support your local breweries at the 2015 GuildFest, which happens this weekend. The second-annual beer festival is presented by the Tennessee Craft Brewers Guild, which celebrates… Continue Reading →

What’s Brewing at Mantra Artisan Ales

Per Matt When a celebrity chef joins forces with a mad-scientist brewmaster, the results will surely create a craft-beer paradise.

Rapture, Blister, Burn by Nashville Repertory Theatre

Per Matt The road to happiness can be long and winding. It’s a difficult path, for some. As evidenced in Rapture, Blister, Burn, it can be both a bonding experience, as well as a fracturing one.

Previewing the Superheroes Way Late Play Date

Per Matt At least for one evening, stash your secret identity and let loose your inner child at the upcoming Way Late Play Date.

Legend of the Superstition Mountains

If you had the inside information on finding $200 million of lost gold that was linked to a cursed history, would you risk your life to find it?

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