PREVIEW: Wizard World Comic Con Nashville kicks off Friday

PREVIEW: Wizard World Comic Con Nashville kicks off Friday

The Wizard World Comic Con Nashville kicks off Friday, touting creative contests, interactive panels with entertainment industry professionals and themed panels through Sunday afternoon. The convention will be held at the Music City Center and will host a litany of celebrity guests, including Drake Bell of Nickelodeon’s “Drake and Josh,” […]

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PHOTO PREVIEW: Belmont’s theatre department presents “The Servant of Two Masters”

PHOTO PREVIEW: Belmont’s theatre department presents “The Servant of Two Masters”

Belmont University’s Department of Theatre and Dance opens their run of Carlo Goldoni’s “The Servant of Two Masters” on Friday. The play is about mischievous Truffaldino, who tries to balance the load of working simultaneously for two masters in hopes of getting showered in meals. A plot rampant with hopeless […]

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10 things to do during parents’ weekend

10 things to do during parents’ weekend

1. Pfunky Griddle Bored with the Pancake Pantry? Make your own pancakes at the Pfunky Griddle. Try to get there early, because the weekends are the busiest. On Friday, it opens from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., and on Saturday, it opens from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. http://www.thepfunkygriddle.com 2. […]

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Pilgrimage Festival offers diverse line-up, student discount

Pilgrimage Festival offers diverse line-up, student discount

Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival in Franklin this weekend will host an array of popular artists from Willie Nelson to Weezer, and college students are eligible for a near 30 percent ticket discount. “When you’re on campus it’s kind of a bubble,” event founder Kevin Griffin said. “Music is an […]

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Tattoo Tuesday: Ryan Stankiewicz

Tattoo Tuesday: Ryan Stankiewicz

“What it is is this band called Mayday Parade. I’ve been listening to them since 5th or 6th grade, and they’re just super important to me; they’re my childhood. They’ve gotten me through stuff, like most music does. I’ve always viewed tattoos as an art form. It’s no different to […]

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Christian Music Showcase kicks off 2015 season with new vision

Christian Music Showcase kicks off 2015 season with new vision

The Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business’s 2015 showcase season kicked off with the Christian Music Showcase Saturday night with performances from The Many, Tanner Azzinnaro, The Orchardist and Jared Mitchell. The Orchardist was selected as the winner of the show and will play again in the annual Best […]

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Christian music showcase: Tanner Azzinnaro

Christian music showcase: Tanner Azzinnaro

Crafting a unique sound that affects his audience on a personal level is important for Tanner Azzinnaro, who will be one of four acts to take the stage Saturday night as a part of the 2015 Christian Music Showcase. The sophomore Audio Engineering Technology major describes his sound as a […]

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Christian music showcase: Jared Mitchell

Christian music showcase: Jared Mitchell

Driven by a love for worship and a dream of performing, Senior Jared Mitchell is making the most of his last few months at Belmonts count, taking the stage Saturday night in the Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business’s 2015 Christian Music Showcase. The commercial music major describes his […]

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Christian music showcase: The Orchardist

Christian music showcase: The Orchardist

The Orchardist’s lead singer Drew Miller and his band are bringing a bluegrass flare to scripture when they take to the stage Saturday night for the Christian Showcase. Miller founded the band his freshman year, and the group was a finalist in last year’s Christian showcase. Miller said he likes […]

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Christian music showcase: The Many

Christian music showcase: The Many

Although performing together for only a few weeks, audience-oriented band The Many will be one of four acts performing Saturday night at the Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business’s 2015 Christian Showcase. Featuring Hannah Rand, Alaya Morris and Lauren Dekleva on vocals, Ben Pogue on bass, Sammi Potts on […]

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A Narration of Lightning 100’s Live on the Green Music Festival

Nashville’s independent radio station Lightning 100 presented the final three nights of its seventh annual Live on the Green Music Festival this past weekend. Contributing writers Jackie Zeisloft and Paula Ramirez headed to Public Square Park to review the final shows of the festival. Band by band, crop-top by bro-tank, […]

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Tattoo Tuesday: Tori and Cece Barnes

Tattoo Tuesday: Tori and Cece Barnes

Tori Barnes, freshman (Pictured on the right): “Since we were little, it doesn’t really make sense, but I’ve always been dark and like the moon and she was always the sun. I would always be up all through the night and she’d just be fast asleep.” Cece Barnes, freshman (Pictured […]

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