Recently, the world of fashion, film and cocktail culture has been dominated by echoes of the 1920s and 1930s. In Nashville, the Frist Center for Visual Arts is right in step with this trend with its exhibit of vintage vehicles, Sensuous Steel: Art Deco Automobiles, opening June 14.
If you’ve spent most of this summer wiping sweat from your brow and praying for autumn, Nashville’s Labor Day weekend calendar provides an opportunity to pack in some authentic local events before the season’s unofficial end. As an added bonus, they happen to be date-friendly options as well:
If baking idly in a beach chair isn’t your idea of an invigorating shore excursion, head east this summer to find what is arguably the best surfing action this side of the Mississippi – board, wind and kite.
Tim Inskeep was a peculiar site when he first moved to Nashville. Traversing Middle Tennessee’s waterways upright on a board with an oar, he appeared to confused inlanders looking like the far-flung survivor of a surfboard-canoe collision.