Puckett’s Comes to Nissan Stadium
The Puckett’s Trolley, affectionately known as Miss Trolley Parton, has taken up residence in the North End Zone of Nissan Stadium for home Titans’ games and in the South End Zone for concerts and other events. The bright red trolley will be serving up a variety of the brick-and-mortar restaurant’s popular dishes, including its famous slow-smoked pulled pork and brisket and Piggy Mac, smoked gouda mac and cheese topped with pulled pork. Yum!
All-Female Radio Debuts
Country Content “She-EO” and Franklin resident Christa Williams has launched the all-female streaming channel She.
“She plays country’s greatest hits, the current stars, album cuts plus independent and unsigned singer-songwriters,” Christa says. “After our soft launch, we’ll add She-Jays, artist interviews, album specials and invite guest hosts to sit in.”
The station is being carried on the TuneIn app and WorldwideShe.com.
Money Magazine Names Franklin No. 6 Best Place to Live
We all live here, so we all know Franklin is truly a magical place. Money Magazine says, “Low unemployment, booming job growth, short job commutes and breweries aplenty make it an ideal place to set down roots. Two highly ranked school districts (plus an array of private schools) assure parents their kids can receive a quality education.” Additionally, Money adds, “A family-friendly spirit pervades Franklin.” Check out Money Magazine’s October 2018 issue for the list.
Eclectic Southern Food on the Menu at New Franklin Soul
Franklin Soul officially opened its doors last month. The new neighborhood eatery is located at 9040 Carothers Parkway, where the former Las Palmas used to be. Owner and James Beard-recognized chef Reuben Silva says, “We want to provide great, made-from-scratch, local Southern cuisine in a fun, family-friendly environment without breaking the bank, and Franklin is the perfect place.”
Reuben is a Southern Illinois native who has worked in fine dining for more than a decade. Franklin Soul’s menu is inspired by all facets of traditional Southern cooking including soul food, barbecue, home cooking and Cajun. For more information, visit FranklinSoul.com.