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The Overseas Box Office Roars Back to Life With Train to Busan Sequel

Per Matt While U.S. movie theaters remain dark like a hiding monster, ready to strike its prey at a moment’s notice once given the all-clear signal, the overseas box office has awakened and is alive and well. And all it… Continue Reading →

AMC Theatres Delays Its Grand Re-Opening

Per Matt I cringe every time I actually mention “the new normal.” I truly hate it, despise it even, although it’s become a part of my vocabulary that I cannot deny. During these crazy COVID-19 times, the pandemic has taken… Continue Reading →

What’s On Tap For Bearded Iris Brewing

Per Matt Much like the state flower of Tennessee, Bearded Iris Brewing is composed of a blend of the arts and sciences. Just as scientists have created a wide variety of Irises, the founders of Bearded Iris hope to create… Continue Reading →

Tailgate Beer Celebrates Its One-Year Anniversary in Tennessee

Per Matt Tennessee has officially become Tailgate territory.

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.

Beer with a Brewmaster: Wesley Keegan

Per Matt The time to tailgate in the Music City is now! Tailgate Beer Owner Wesley Keegan has brought his award-winning craft beer to West Nashville and it’s already a hit with the locals. After attending his brewery’s grand opening,… Continue Reading →

The Grand Opening of Nashville’s Tailgate Brewery

Per Matt Last week, Tailgate Beer celebrated the grand opening of its brewery in Nashville, officially opening its doors to the public.

Beer with a Brewmaster: Orpheus’ Jason Pellett

Per Matt On Memorial Day, Orpheus Brewing opened its doors for the very first time. The microbrewery was packed with many Atlanta craft-beer aficionados who sampled the brewery’s sour and saison beers and toured the facility. I just happened to… Continue Reading →

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