Meet Marin Brennan, a familiar face at the front desk at Williamson County Public Library. Before starting at the library, she graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with degrees in illustration and literary arts and studies. She keeps up with her art by creating large theater sets for Harding Academy productions.
"Amazing" knows no description, but its location seems to be Franklin. Walking around town, you could pass by a "for sale" sign, be searching for chic decor for a party or need help at the Williamson County mayor’s office and encounter these inspirational women. Their accomplishments and outlook encourage everyone they meet.
It’s been said that one woman can make a difference, but together we can rock the world. This issue applauds women rocking the world! We not only celebrate mothers this Mother’s Day with suggestions for some first-class gift-giving, but we also highlight some brilliant women in our local community. Our May issue is filled with stories … Continued
Franklin Jazz Artist Announces New Book As a jazz recording artist, Debbie Cunningham has entertained couples with songs of love and romance for more than a decade. Married to her high school sweetheart for more than 30 years, she began writing songs about the journey and celebration of committed love, and her latest album, A Million Kisses, … Continued
Friends and associates of Franklin, Brentwood and Green Hills Lifestyle magazines gathered at Ellen Sherwood Design and RSU Contractors' showroom to celebrate the March issue and all things home. Nashville Selfies added to the fun with their super cool selfie booth!
Draper James in Nashville was the site of the launch party for The Nashville Mom's new podcast, The Nashville Chat. Guests were treated to cookies, cake, sips, photo booth fun, raffles and swag bags! For more information, visit TheNashvilleMom.com/the-nash-chat-podcast.
Throughout Aubrey Williams' deployment, she and more than 400 soldiers received thoughtful care packages and letters from Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) members. After her five years in the Army, she accepted a job in Franklin and decided to join the volunteer organization that helped her through her military service. Now the Tennessee State Chairman of the DAR Service for Veterans and…
One of the first things you may notice when walking through the doors of The Café at Thistle Farms is the unique teacup artwork that hangs from the ceiling in the entryway, displaying more than 1,100 different teacups. Hal Cato, CEO of Thistle Farms, shares that the project was designed by the interior team at McAlpine House and executed by Andy Harding, a local…
Deka Lash celebrated the opening of its new studio at 1556 W. McEwen Drive in Franklin. The Deka Lash studio applies single-hair eyelash extensions that are custom-designed to make you look and feel beautiful. For more information, visit DekaLash.com.
Kathy Berry and Jane Dungan have known each other since their children were in middle school at Battle Ground Academy. They started working together at The Registry, a bridal registry and fine gifts store begun by two of their good friends in 2003. It was the perfect fit. Both ladies like helping others and love entertaining friends and family. When the…