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March 2015

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Fanny’s House of Music is a top store in Nashville. It’s not a typical music store but rather the most comfortable music store. Music and fashion come together in one store at Fanny’s with everything from Hello Kitty to Hagstroms.

Customers love the vintage gear as well as new and used options, plus you can get some of the most unique vintage clothing along with musical instruments. All ages, shapes and sizes will find something they love at Fanny’s whether you’re looking for music or clothing. Here is a look at what you’ll discover at Fanny’s House of Music.

About Fanny’s

Fanny’s is a store in Nashville that believes that music is for everyone. Since all people have the ability to have talent and be musical, Fanny’s wants to help you achieve

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When you want the best for your child, you may require the right private school. Finding the best learning environment for your child isn't always easy. However, at The Gardner School, you may just find the perfect place for your children.


The school provides a number of programs for children of all ages including:

  • Infants
  • Toddlers
  • Twos
  • Preschool
  • Pre-K
  • Kindergarten
  • Summer Camp

All of these programs are geared towards a specific age range and provide education, fun and development. Programs range from age six weeks to five years.

The school provides highly qualified teachers capable of creating a rich learning environment. The curriculum is tailored to each child to prepare them for success. Along with

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Best Restaurants, Tea Houses and Coffee Shops in East Nashville

The food and coffee scene of the area is one major reason why people are moving here!

East Nashville is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in the greater Nashville community. With the real estate skyrocketing, from the outside, people may be wondering, why East Nashville? What is it about that neighborhood? With the crime high in the not so distant past, many people, even Nashville Natives, never made their way to the other side of the Shelby Street Bridge until now. What's the reason for East Nashville Condos suddenly becoming a desirable form of living as opposed to the traditional "historic" and older homes found here?

East Nashville Home Value: Why the shift?


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Art for Animals is one of Nashville’s favorite annual events. It’s coming to town this Saturday, March 21st from 5:30pm-9pm at Riverwood Mansion in East Nashville. It will be an evening of art, wine and food founded and hosted by Nashville Paw Magazine.

The proceeds from the event will support a great cause; the Pet Community Center. Check out food, drink and the live art auction at Art for Animals. Here is more information on what to expect, tickets and where it’s taking place.

What to expect at Art for Animals

The event is the 8th Annual Art for Animals at the Riverwood Mansion in East Nashville. It takes place Saturday, March 21st from 5:30pm-9pm at 1833 Welcome Lane in Nashville. Nashville Paw magazine founded and is co-hosting the event

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The Ragin’ Cajun Crawfish Boil is coming to town this April and it’s going to be a deliciously fun time. The 2015 celebration is the 16th year for the event. It’s taking place April 11th from 4pm-9pm at Cumberland Park and is going to feature all-you-can-drink cold craft beer, authentic Louisiana crawfish and sides, plus live entertainment. Not only do you benefit for good food and entertainment, but you’ll be supporting a good cause. Here is a look at what the Ragin’ Cajun Crawfish Boil is all about.

What to Expect

The 16th Annual Ragin’ Cajun Crawfish Boil is hosted by the Nashville Junior Chamber and proceeds will be benefiting the Special Olympics of Tennessee. The event typically sees around 2,000 guests annually and features around 3,000

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