All posts in “nashville”


drew’s home

not only is drew one of our most favorite people in the world, with the biggest heart and most generous soul, but he also quietly and humbly takes the cake for having the most bad ass house… to me, anyway.


it’s not trying to be bad ass, it just is…


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an enchanting exhibit at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens. Light, by British artist Bruce Munro, spans the fields and secret nooks with hundreds of miles of glowing optic fibers. open till november 10.


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tomatoes, a girl’s best friend

you say potato, i say tomato sandwich…


the tomato is kind of a big deal in the Cheatham household. i get it from my folks, who, all summer long when tomatoes are in abundance, served us sliced tomatoes with every meal, tomato sandwiches, BLT’s, gazpacho and
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sulphur dell stadium

“Red hots, red hots, they’re already ready and they’re all red hot, with a pickle in the middle and an onion on top, red hots, red hots” chanted the concession man at the packed Sulphur Dell Stadium in 1932. Continue Reading…


i+w garage sale

This Saturday at the shop… deals on loads of discontinued jeans, samples, prototypes, fabrics and a handful of  surprises.


Kicks off at 7:00 am –  June 29th at the gas station. 2601 12 South Avenue.  See you Saturday!


joint project 2

If you missed the first Joint pop-up project back in April, do yourself a favor and don’t miss these three days of art, music, food and style celebrating American car and motocycle culture of the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s. This show is beautifully curated by the amazing Susan Sherrick and Libby Callaway, and includes the work of some historically iconic greats, not to mention a few Nashvillians near and dear to our hearts.


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playing at the belcourt

a tribute to levon helm, yes. but it’s more like a quiet meditation on the legacies we leave others to carry and how costly those can be. sweetly and subtly heartbreaking.


p.s. it sounds so serious, but you’ll laugh too. promise.



northern grade


Northern Grade is happening this weekend, and we are happy to be a part! The 100% USA made menswear pop-up market is making its way to town on Sunday, May 5th. Some local favorites—as well as many larger national brands—will be there and it’s sure to be a good time (see the full brand list here). Join us for some fine shopping, live music, local libations and hair cuts from our friends at Parlour & Juke!


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