Cannot wait to see this artist's work in person. He will be showing at Artclectic, the art show and sale at University of Nashville October 24-26.
This all sounds just great. What more could a person want?
Ashley, here's a website for you: Bangable Dudes in History. http://bangabledudesinhistory.blogspot.com…
You know, Tennessee Williams didn't write a play called "A Bus Named Desire." I am pro bus rapid transit, but the romance factor in BRT is zero point zero. People love streetcars, and I wish the economics made them possible here. There is something incredibly cheerful about a streetcar. It's happy in a way that a bus simply cannot be.
Jane! We loved the chefs, but Jane really has a witchlike ability with her potions. The final wine, served in a glass rinsed in whisky--whatever the hell it was--was absolutely memorable. The whole evening was sort of trippy and slow, in a good way. We had a pureed chestnut soup that was perfection. Take good friends for conversation, and the evening passes like a dream.
Does this make Lady Gaga, like, Jesus?
OK, I'm no NASCAR fan, so maybe I'm not the best person to ask about this. But isn't there a ginormous superdydooper speedway out in Wilson County with loads of NASCAR bus racing and whatnot? Car racing pollutes both with noise and carbons, and it's stupid dangerous. And it's pretty much a totally unthinking sort of activity, watching cars make never-ending left turns and hoping for a crash. Shouldn't Nashville aim a wee bit higher than this? So why not bulldoze it and wait for a better idea? Just move on--development abhors a vacuum. I don't know what could be much worse than that speedway--there are times when nothing is better than something.
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