Wild Love finds a new home in Nashville

Wild Love finds a new home in Nashville

With a focus on relationships and resilience, alumni band Wild Love seems to have found its sweet spot. The band’s performance at Live on the Green on Saturday will be its biggest to date, and hopefully the catalyst to even more opportunities.  “This is definitely different from playing smaller venues, […]

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Photos: Briston Maroney at Live on the Green 2019

Photos: Briston Maroney at Live on the Green 2019

Briston Maroney played the third night of Live on the Green. Photos by Katie Knipper.

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Live on the Green returns to Music City with an electric first night

Live on the Green returns to Music City with an electric first night

Public Square Park came alive on Thursday night to celebrate Live on the Green, a free concert series presented by Lightning 100. With live music, food trucks and vendor booths, Live on the Green has become a Nashville staple. Music City locals and newcomers alike can look forward to performances […]

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Nashville Pride shows how far LGBT rights have come while advocating for a more equal future

Nashville Pride shows how far LGBT rights have come while advocating for a more equal future

More than an excuse to wear a colorful outfit, the month of June serves as an opportunity for the LGBT community to be seen, heard and welcomed. “Pride is seeing a 14 year old trans kid being able to be completely themselves without hesitation,” said Phil Cobucci, community affairs director […]

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Construction of performing arts center affects nearby residents

Construction of performing arts center affects nearby residents

The construction of Belmont’s newest project has brought with it blasting, road closures and the concerns of neighbors whose 19th century homes may be at risk of damage. Construction and the complications that come with it are now part of the Belmont experience; most recently, the addition of a performing […]

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Belmont Boulevard businesses come together for Block Party

Belmont Boulevard businesses come together for Block Party

Featuring friends, food and fun, House Of’s third birthday party is a celebration of the neighborhood it calls home. The Belmont Block Party will bring together a number of Belmont Boulevard businesses for a day of music, games and shopping on Saturday. The event comes after nearly a year of […]

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Up-and-coming band Nightly talks family, failure and forging its own path

Up-and-coming band Nightly talks family, failure and forging its own path

With more than 700,000 monthly Spotify listeners and a recent tour with rapper NF under their belt, the members of Nightly have quickly made a name for themselves in Music City. Nightly is the creative product of cousins Jonathan Capeci and Joey Beretta. The two have been in and out […]

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Hillsboro Village staple Pangaea closes with owner’s retirement

Hillsboro Village staple Pangaea closes with owner’s retirement

Nestled between the trendy shops and restaurants of Hillsboro Village, the primary-colored exterior of Pangaea stands out from the rest. Pangaea — a clothing, jewelry and home goods store — became a staple of the Village and a go-to destination for many Belmont students looking for unique and affordable finds. […]

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Opinion: Women’s March still matters two years later

Opinion: Women’s March still matters two years later

On a cold January day nearly two years ago, more than 450,000 people showed up at the National Mall to create a movement for women’s rights. This powerful sea of pink was replicated in cities across the country to create a unified wave over 3 million strong, according to the […]

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Moon Taxi gives back with charity food and toy drive

Moon Taxi gives back with charity food and toy drive

Alumni band Moon Taxi is celebrating the season by giving back to Nashville’s community. The indie-rock group partnered with Lightning 100 and Frothy Monkey to promote the Metro Police Christmas Charities program, which gave baskets of food and toys to deserving families in Davidson County. “We love Lightning 100 and […]

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Belmont acquires multi-million dollar Frederick Hart art collection

Belmont acquires multi-million dollar Frederick Hart art collection

Belmont announced the acquisition of over 250 works by acclaimed sculptor Frederick Hart at a ceremony on Wednesday. The multi-million dollar collection includes completed sculptures, molds, plasters, sculpting tools and works that were not able to be completed before Hart’s death in 1999. It was donated by the Frederick Hart […]

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How to get rid of those leftover declining points

How to get rid of those leftover declining points

As the semester winds down, you may find that on top of the stress of finals you now have an absurd amount of declining points to get rid of before they expire. Beyond the Curb Café, students can use declining points at two convenience stores and other eateries around campus. […]

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