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If it’s been said once, it’s (at least now) been said a million times: we live in a culturally and politically divisive age.  I’m not sure wha…

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The Franklin Theatre was sold out for the highly anticipated Bishop Gunn release party for their debut album Natchez. A few hours before showt…

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Williamson County has a special friend who has been a tireless advocate for county preservation, conservation, education, recreation and low t…

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Tennessee was kind enough to lend our heroes to the state of Texas, and the likes of Davy Crockett, Sam Houston and Andrew Jackson all spent t…

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Most every Sunday, rain or shine, it’s the Johnny Guffee show for family dinner.  The guy chooses his menu, shops for ingredients, lays the ta…

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Swampy, steamy, Southern, summer days are for relaxing, kicking back, drinking sweet tea, visiting with friends and taking a breather from the…

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Recently, I was watching a television show and one of the character’s lines stuck with me. I can’t remember the exact circumstance, but the ac…

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Browsing through the stalls of a farmer’s market, you might not think a man and his son selling the wares they made together is particularly u…

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Summer has a way of making entertaining more relaxed and laid back.  Sunday brunch is a favorite at our house and a way for me to spoil my hus…

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Throughout my years as a magazine publisher and as a reader of magazines, I have noticed that most publishers, myself included, tend to take t…

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As Williamson County began its journey in the1970s to become the powerhouse of the state’s economic engine, behind the scenes numerous cogs wo…

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Every spring it’s a tradition to set aside one day in May that honors mommies-to-be, moms, grandmothers and great grandmothers. The bond betwe…

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It was a cold, gray winter day, much like any other at Woolworth “five and dime” on  Fifth Avenue in downtown Nashville.  Customers filed in t…

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Clothes hang on a line, stirred by cool spring breezes.  Multiple bird feeders stretch out forming their own line above emerald grass.While it…

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The Women of Williamson (WOW) and Downtown Franklin Rotary Club teamed up to host the 10th annual Derby party, Stables & Silks, presented …

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A bright sunny Strawberry Festival presented by Williamson Medical Center entertained strawberry lovers from all over Middle Tennessee and bey…

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More than 1,000 attendees converged on Bicentennial Park in Franklin to experience noshing at its best, from savory to sweet treats offered by…

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Guests gathered at Historic Carnton Plantation to celebrate the annual Legacy Dinner, which honors donors who have helped the Battle of Frankl…

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A Vintage Affair spanned three evenings with different and unique experiences, culminating in the main event at the Factory at Franklin.  More…

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Festival organizers, vendors and attendees couldn’t have asked for a more ideal weekend for the 35th Annual Main Street Festival presented by …

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Hundreds descended on Pinkerton Park for the 13th annual Arbor Day Celebration hosted by the Franklin Tree Commission and the City of Franklin…

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