Weekly What Issue 48
Food and Drink What
Donate Meals to Replace School Lunches
Eat Well is teaming up with Kip Moore and the West Nashville Dream Center to provide over 3,000 meals to kids who aren’t receiving the food and nourishment they need due to school closures. By purchasing meals you will be able to add to that donation in the coming weeks. Our community would greatly appreciate the support!
Drive Thru Farmers Market Keeps Rolling
While the Nashville Farmers Market remains closed, the drive-thru service is continuing every Saturday through April 25 from 9 a.m.-noon in the parking lot. Preorder from vendors the enter the drive-thru from the 900 Rosa L Parks entrance and wait your turn for a pick-up slot in the main parking lot.
You can order anything from our Batch Nashville website (including BOGO cocktail mixers) and choose "Free Pick up at Nashville Farmers Market - SATURDAYS ONLY" and we will see you there with the order.
Belcourt Living Room Film Club
The Belcourt Theatre is keeping their film talk going with the Living Room Film Club. Join special guests as they discuss films from the Criterion Channel each Wednesday night. At 8pm tonight, join the discussion of Samuel Fuller’s The Steel Helmet with guest speaker Frank Dobson, associate dean of the Martha Rivers Ingram Commons at Vanderbilt University, and Nathan Smith, contributing film writer for the Nashville Scene. Special offer: The Belcourt got the Criterion Channel to offer discounted subscriptions for Belcourt members so join the Belcourt then subscribe to the Criterion channel.
Goodbye, John Prine.
Watch John Prine's Tiny Desk concert. Read his obituary. Watch Brandi Carlile pay tribute. Later today, watch Amanda Shires and family for what is sure to be a gut-wrenching episode of ISO Lounging.
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