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Goodnight with Dolly is a virtual read-aloud series for kids

Dolly Parton to read virtual bedtime stories each week to your kids (or you)

Tired after quarantining nine to five? Let national treasure Dolly Parton read you a bedtime story.

A child taking a virtual field trip on a tablet.

Kids at home? Keep them occupied (and learning) with these 20 virtual field trips

No permission slips required, these “trips” offer kids amazing learning experiences without ever leaving the house.

COVID-19 News Center Coverage

How to get financial assistance if you lose a job due to COVID-19

Gov. Bill Lee announces the state would begin providing unemployment benefits for those who are quarantined by a doctor and will be temporarily out of work.

New Dialect's 'The Triangle'

Local contemporary dance company New Dialect presents ‘The Triangle’ and ‘Fresh Fruit’ at OZ Arts

New Dialect’s artistic director Banning Bouldin found new ways to express her emotions through choreography not long after she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

The Grammy Award-winning Nashville Symphony

Nashville Symphony 2020-21 lineup includes Mozart Fest, recording projects and more

Leslie Odom, Jr., Police drummer Stewart Copeland, Jennifer Nettles and Ben Folds among guest artists slated to perform with orchestra.

Fisk Jubilee Singers

A testament to the power of song: Dr. Paul T. Kwami on Fisk Jubilee Singers’ legacy

Hear the spirituals that are rooted in the soul of America and learn about the Jubilee Singers from Fisk University that brought them to the world.

tattered American flags

Looking at the American flag differently with ‘Mel Ziegler: Flag Exchange’ presented by Frist Art Museum

An installation of fifty American flags — one from each state — suspended row after row. The exhibition invites consideration of the American flag as a symbol of national identity and ideals Mar. 13-June 28.

Jitish Kallat. Covering Letter, 2012. Fog screen projection, installation dimensions variable. Burger Collection, Hong Kong. © Jitish Kallat. Image courtesy Philadelphia Museum of Art 916 x 515

‘Return to Sender’ by acclaimed multimedia Indian artist Jitish Kallat at the Frist Art Museum

The dramatic works, which engage both mind and body, are inspired by historic messages that reveal the best and worst of humanity. The exhibition will be on view in the Frist’s Upper-Level Galleries from March 13 – June 28.