The Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival took over The Park at Harlinsdale near downtown Franklin, September 23-24. Once again, the two-day, family-friendly festival was sold out, thanks to a stellar lineup that featured headliners Justin Timberlake and Eddie Vedder - and more food trucks and arts & crafts vendors than you could count.
A new school year is well underway and for students who plan on going to college, now is the time to set those plans in motion. Jamie Kennedy, managing director of Bluebell Academic Consulting, has a unique role in helping students, and their families, do just that.
Cassie Kelley wears many hats: wife, mom, entrepreneur, and creative soul. It’s that creative hat that has played a role and continues to inspire her throughout her life and career choices. She says, ”Growing up here, my mother was a stylist in the music business, so I definitely grew up around the whole creative community. To see that grow and…
Every year about a week before we have to report back to school I have the same back-to-school dream. Scratch that, nightmare! The start of school is filled with all kinds of emotions for a teacher. I am so excited about the start of a new year, but I am always nervous about the first day. I’m so excited to…
Add a half cup of cucumber slices and 2 tablespoons of basil ribbons to 1 cup of gin. Refrigerate overnight. Strain the gin and reserve 4 ounces. Divide ice between two tall glasses. Add gin and divide the grapefruit juice between glasses. Top with ginger beer and garnish with grapefruit wedges, cucumber slices and thinly sliced basil ribbons. Enjoy. Cheers!
There’s nothing like a fresh new start and, at this time of year, a good spring-cleaning is all it takes to get your house in order. It’s also a perfect time to discard those winter items that are old or that you didn’t use this season. A local charity would be happy to accept them.
She was a Franklin native working at The Perch, and he was a Vanderbilt engineering student looking for a quiet spot to do his homework. She was the bubbly “coffee girl” with a contagious smile, and he was contemplative and methodical.