Performers show ‘what make them shine’ in Christian Showcase

Performers show ‘what make them shine’ in Christian Showcase

Soul, rap and hip hop all found their place on stage on Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. the Curb Event Center as part of the Christian Showcase. This was the first showcase of the year. Put together by Jenny Parsons, the Christian Showcase was meant to be something that every student could […]

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Live on the Green wraps up final night

Live on the Green wraps up final night

Heavy rainfall and muddy ground couldn’t bog down hometown band, Moon Taxi’s closing performance of the Live on the Green concert series. Thursday night’s show was the final night of the series, now in its fifth year. The night began with The Weeks, an indie band out of Jackson, Miss., […]

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Leu Gallery’s “Le Rayon Vert” features whimsy, asymmetry and the ordinary

Leu Gallery’s “Le Rayon Vert” features whimsy, asymmetry and the ordinary

Paintings from now Nashville-based artist Mary Addison Hackett are now on view in Leu Art Gallery in the Lila D. Bunch Library. The exhibition, “Le Rayon Vert,” will remain on view until Thursday, Oct. 17. And Hackett will be on campus Thursday, Sept. 12, from 5-7 p.m. for the exhibition’s […]

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Local Natives show attendance breaks records for Live on the Green

Local Natives show attendance breaks records for Live on the Green

The fifth annual free Live On the Green concert series is almost over and the bands from Thursday night make it easy to wish it were a weekly event. Live On The Green opened with LuLu Mae, a folk-rock family band from Nashville, singing songs from its 2012 album, “The […]

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REVIEW: Shakespeare Festival Brings ‘Midsummer’ to Nashville

REVIEW: Shakespeare Festival Brings ‘Midsummer’ to Nashville

When Shakespearean fairies descend upon Nashville, they apparently wear Converse and jean shorts. This year’s Nashville Shakespeare Festival production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” combines the old with the new, creating an interesting culture clash between modern and classic. Costumes range from that of a prom dress for a fairy […]

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Dobbins opens fall exhibitions in the Leu

Nashville may be nicknamed Music City, but its art scene is just as prominent. With venues like Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts and numerous other noted gallery spaces, including the Parthenon replica that lends the city another name, “the Athens of […]

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Hello Nashville: Beyond Bongo Java

Hello Nashville: Beyond Bongo Java

Part of the college adaption process is developing a love/need for coffee. Whether that be cold, hot or even lukewarm, Nashville is not lacking in options to fuel your caffeine needs. Outside the confines of Belmont’s campus is a world full of coffee on practically every corner. We here at […]

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Hello Nashville: Music City venues

Hello Nashville: Music City venues

In Music City, it should come as no surprise that music can literally be found anywhere. It isn’t unusual for coffee shops, street corners, city parks and restaurants to turn into venues. With all these venues and opportunities to hear live music, it can be overwhelming, especially for a city-newbie. […]

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Hello Nashville: Tourists spots worth the trap

Hello Nashville: Tourists spots worth the trap

When traveling to a city for the first time, it can be easy to fall into the touristy-hot-spots trap – and with good reason. Those spots are the easiest to locate and get the most attention. While a typical Belmont student will tell you to avoid tourist traps, we say go […]

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Nashville offers options for foodies on a budget

Nashville offers options for foodies on a budget

Nashville is a city of growth and change. And that constant change has brought a new culinary scene to the city. Recent years have brought Nashville recognition a Southern culinary mecca with chefs such as Sean Brock and Arnold Myint working to spread unique twists on standard dishes. Now, that […]

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Beat ‘n’ Track: Friends of Lola

Beat ‘n’ Track: Friends of Lola

The Beat ‘N Track takes its last spin of the semester with commercial voice major Cyrena Wages. From Memphis to New York City to Nashville, Wages, along with her brother Houston Wages and her boyfriend Gabe Rabben, have come together to form a new project known as, Friends of Lola […]

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Phillips rocks Curb Event Center

Phillips rocks Curb Event Center

As a laid-back 22-year-old wearing TOMS shoes, a pair of dark jeans and a plaid shirt, Phillip Phillips could have been mistaken by just another student at Belmont when he hit the stage on Sunday. Yet, at 6:15 pm, when the doors of the Curb Event Center opened, you could […]

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