Friday, February 15, 2008

A Tidbit of Nashville News for the Weekend

New Restaurant
B & C Market BBQ
900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd (8th Avenue North)
This restaurant is the first new tenant during the ongoing renovations of the Market House section of the Farmers Market. Serving up breakfast and lunch. Menu items include pulled pork, beef brisket, ribs, cobblers, breakfast biscuits and more.
Hours are Mon - Sun, 7am - 3pm

Extended Hours
118 12th Avenue South. 254-9997
Agave is now open for lunch. They also have an extended catering menu and offer delivery. Hours are Monday - Friday, 11am - 3am and Saturday - Sunday, 4pm - 3am

Scat Springs at The Standard
Friday, February 15
The Standard
167 Rosa L. Parks Boulevard (8th Avenue North)
7 - 9pm
Scat Springs "Mr. Entertainment" performs. Ticket price includes a prime rib dinner and the show.

Discussions about the Bible: Making Ends Meet
Friday, February 15 and Saturday, February 16
Christian Science Reading Room
202 6th Avenue North
12:15pm - 1:00pm
Join in on discussions about the Bible: Making Ends Meet.
Bring your lunch. Everyone is welcome.

"Inspirational Spaces"
Exhibit Closing Soon
Closing Sunday, February 17
Main Library
615 Church Street
Last chance to view the inspiring and private spaces of five iconic
writers: Thomas Wolfe, Carl Sandburg, Eudora Welty, Flannery O'Connor,
and William Faulkner. "Inspirational Spaces," an exhibit of rich sepia
tone photographs by Nashville's own Bob Schatz.

$20 Tickets to the Symphony
Through February 17, tickets for all 2007/08 Nashville Symphony
Classical concerts scheduled from March-June are just $20! Or, upgrade to the
best seats in the house for just $50! Choose from all remaining SunTrust Classical Series concerts, First Tennessee Summer Festival concerts and more. Offer is available online at, at the Nashville Symphony Box Office, or by calling 687-6400.

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