June is here and it’s time to celebrate Fathers Day and the great outdoors! In this month’s issue, we feature unique collections of vintage sports and getaway trips that every dad can appreciate. Our community has so much to offer and there are always events, festivals, concerts or movies in the park that the whole family can enjoy.
The Heritage Foundation's Main Street Music Festival was held April 29-30 in downtown Franklin. Inclement weather caused the event to close early on Sunday but not before thousands turned out for a weekend of music, arts and crafts, food and children’s activities.
The Heritage Foundation of Franklin & Williamson County has named Bari Watson Beasley as its first-ever CEO. A Williamson County resident, Beasley succeeds Executive Director Mary Pearce as head of the non-profit organization.
Last year the first ever Nashville Golf Open (NGO) brought a PGA Web.com event to Middle Tennessee. The tournament was a huge success with more than 10,000 attendees, but it wasn’t just your average golf tournament. The NGO also made a huge positive impact on the Middle Tennessee community.
Clay Travis is just like any other guy with a beautiful family and a self-directed career that has made him one of the nation’s go-to sources for sports commentary and opinion. Given the fact that the Nashville native has arrived at this juncture well before the age of 40, you might say that he has “outkicked the coverage” in many…
Take me out to the ball game, where the rules are from the 1860s, every player has a nickname and no one wears a glove. We're talking about vintage base ball. From relic, hand-stitched uniforms to the camaraderie often missing from sports today, vintage base ball transports fans and participants to another time to enjoy America's pastime. The Tennessee Association…
Clay Travis isn’t just the host of a hit sports talk show with listeners in every state and more than a million followers on social media. He’s a Nashville native and astute observer of the local sports landscape, including its history and where it may be going.
People like talking about their health. It’s not uncommon to hear folks openly discussing their blood pressure, their kid’s nut allergies or posting about their gluten-free diet. But rarely do you hear anyone talking about their incontinence issues. Rather than discussing it with friends, family or even health providers, many choose simply to suffer in silence.
It’s that time again. Time to honor the man who has toiled and sacrificed for his family to gain greater opportunity than he had himself. He sees the value of instilling faith, integrity, hard work and commitment into the lives of his children, often by his own example. Through failures and successes, he has beamed with great pride and joy!