Nashville Rises Flood Documentary Trailer

We just caught word about this documentary over Twitter from the good folks at Nashville Arts magazine: Nashville Rises is directed by Zac Adams, narrated by Academy Award winner Billy Bob Thornton, and produced by Skydive Films, Lavorsia Pictures and IGBA Productions. Here’s hoping this homegrown documentary about the Nashville flood of 2010 will finally communicate the […]

“From Buffalo With Love” Flood Relief Benefit Show

The floodwaters that wrecked our city earlier this year have long since receded, but their legacy of destruction and displacement is something Nashville will be dealing with for a long time to come. Luckily we’ve received a lot of help from friends all around the country in the intervening months. And there are more friends […]

Nashville Flood: Not-So-Thirsty Thursday

Got the day job out of the way for the time being, so here’s a rundown of some general Nashville flood information and links for you today: Reports are that the city’s water reserves have increased in the last day, but conservation measures are still necessary to guarantee that everyone has access to clean water. […]

Nashville Flood: Water Conservation, Lipstick Lounge & More

Water conservation is becoming more and more important in Nashville as the days go by. This is as big a deal as anything when it comes to keeping the population of Nashville safe and healthy. Millions of people die around the world every year after drinking water from unsanitary sources. As the United Nations noted […]

Nashville Flood: Wednesday Morning, Waking Up

The president has declared four counties in Tennessee disaster areas. The national media is paying attention, at least a little bit. And Nashvillians are coming together to help each other, showing the country that we get things done regardless of who’s watching us. As bad a mess as this is, these are things to be thankful for.

Nashville Flood Relief Art Show Next Weekend

The Nashville art community is coming together this weekend to raise funds for flood relief. All of these generous artists’ work will be sold or auctioned off to benefit the Nashville Red Cross and Hands On Nashville.