The Franklin Justice and Equity Coalition hosted its first Juneteenth gala to honor community leaders for their contributions to racial equality.
When Ronald Crutcher began jotting down memories of his then 75 years of life and adventures in Williamson County and beyond, he thought his writings might be something his children and grandchildren could pick up and read from time to time.
Fans of the annual Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival can now mark the dates Sept. 25-26, 2021, on their calendars, and perhaps put the disappointment of the canceled 2020 event behind them.
The deep irony of the latest Christopher Nolan film Tenet is that trying to figure out its 3,000-piece jigsaw puzzle of a plot isn’t the most challenging aspect about it.
Studio Tenn, the professional regional theater company in Franklin, is premiering a virtual talk show hosted by Artistic Director Patrick Cassidy and featuring exclusive interviews with acclaimed performing artists from Broadway, film and music.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s Annual Meeting and 52nd annual Preservation Awards have been rescheduled to Tuesday, June 16, from 5:30-7 p.m., and, to take extra safety precautionary measures during the coronavirus pandemic, the event will be held online.
When Kevin Wimpy decided to make his home a donation site for food and other items that would go to GraceWorks Ministries, he thought he might see the occasional passer-by stop with a few canned goods, bath items or boxes of mac and cheese.
When Brentwood author Mike Tucker endured a bit of writer’s block a few years ago, he decided to become a ride-share driver.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Studio Tenn is calling families across Middle Tennessee to come together in the name of creativity, education and entertainment through a virtual musical theater performance competition.
The legend will kick off a 10-book video series at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 2, with The Little Engine That Could, and will continue weekly with other titles from Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
The tornadoes touched down in middle Tennessee early in the morning of March 3. There was very little warning. Not that there weren’t any weather alerts or sirens, but even for those who heard the warnings there was not much time. Some came within just minutes of serious injury and probable…
With all the entertainment and sports cancellations that have been announced this week due to the COVID-19 outbreak, perhaps there’s a sense of comfort to know there are still a few events and happenings on schedule. The Franklin Theatre, for instance, has issued a statement on its website t…
High Hopes Development Center hosted Hats Off to High Hopes, its largest fundraiser for the past 22 years, at The Factory in Franklin Sunday.Taking a departure from its typical format, this year’s Hats Off was “Turning the Tables Edition,” with celebrity servers and local chefs enhancing the…
Pointing to a rectangular piece of cedar that was painted and sealed in a shape of Tennessee and with the words “Franklin Tennessee” etched within it, Kevin Mills couldn’t help but show a little pride.
In 2020, the words "fake news" are used often and with little regard for a distinction between news that is truly not real and news that a reader just doesn't like or want to hear.
The Movie Gang has found a new home after deciding to sever its partnership with the Franklin Theatre.
Studio Tenn is presenting “Christmas with Patrick Thomas,” featuring performances from the acclaimed singer, on Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 17-18, at 7 p.m. each day.
Singer-songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman, who has written seven No. 1 hit songs for a variety of artists through the years, is the featured performer at Tuesday night’s 19 Miles to Music Row at Franklin First United Methodist Church’s main campus just north of downtown Franklin.
He’s happy all the time. And it’s driving Santa Claus crazy. Meanwhile, thousands of miles away in New York, his father is on the naughty list, and his half-brother doesn’t even believe in Santa.
Studio Tenn is performing Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella in Jamison Theatre at the Factory at Franklin from Friday, Dec. 6 through Friday, Dec. 29, according to a release.
Patrick Cassidy, a longtime fixture in the performing arts community, has been named the new artistic director for Franklin’s Studio Tenn.
Unlike the island in Lost or your dental office when it comes time for a routine cleaning, no one ever really had to go back to the Overlook Hotel.
When Geri Bridston rediscovered her love of painting a few years ago, she not only increased her frequency of painting. She also increased the size of her canvases.