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How to be a contestant on ‘The Price Is Right Live’ at TPAC next March 24

Need a new fridge? There’s only one show that you could potentially drive a new car home from…

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Frist Art Museum presents ‘The Nashville Flood: Ten Years Later’

It’s been almost a decade since Nashville saw a record-breaking rainfall of more than thirteen inches causing major flooding throughout Middle Tennessee. The Frist will remind us this January.

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Studio Tenn’s contemporary take on Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ‘Cinderella’ fits Franklin like a glass slipper Dec. 6-29

In its 10th season, the award-winning world class regional theater, rooted in Franklin, celebrates female artists and entertainers.

The Bachelor Live on Stage: Come to enjoy the show or come to fall in love.

Will Nashville accept this rose? The Bachelor Live on Stage at TPAC May 2

All the drama, gossip and romance of the most successful reality romance series in the history of television packed into one evening.

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Dazzling holiday light displays in Middle Tennessee to brighten up the season

Whether you’re a novice light hanger or a pro like Clark Griswold in ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’, there are plenty of great places to take your family and experience some dazzling displays of Christmas cheer.

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Ordinary man: An interview with Jerry Adler on the original ‘My Fair Lady’

Recognized for his roles in ‘The Sopranos’ and ‘The Good Wife,’ Jerry Adler began his career in 1951, working as a stage manager on many notable shows, including the original production of ‘My Fair Lady.’

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TPAC chats with Nashville-based, Mississippi-born Southern rockers ‘The Weeks’

“We know who we are,” says vocalist Cyle Barnes after a live performance on the WMA stage for TPAC’s Attic Sessions. “We’re a bunch of weird kids from the South, and we’ve never tried to be anything more than that.”

East End students perform at Student Share

TPAC adds Coffee, Cumberland to Disney Musicals in Schools program

Four schools in Bedford, Coffee & Cumberland counties to join three Metro Nashville schools in their first year of Disney musical theater program.