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LGBTQ+ bars find new patron in Hinge

Veronica Tadross , Staff Writer August 25, 2021
The dating app Hinge is partnering with the Lesbian Bar Project to support near-extinct lesbian bars in pursuit of inclusivity.
We're mourning the end of summer, but we'll always carry our summer watchlists with us in our hearts. (Hustler Multimedia/Emily Gonçalves)

The good, the bad and the Kissing Booth: what we watched over the summer

The Life section’s editorial board brings you the best and worst of their summer 2021 watchlists.
Valley Maker to play the Basement Sept. 1

Valley Maker to play the Basement Sept. 1

Marissa Tessier, Staff Writer August 21, 2021
Folk/rock singer Valley Maker will perform his newest album, “When the Day Leaves,” in Nashville as part of his North American tour.
Small Black to play High Watt Aug. 28

Small Black to play High Watt Aug. 28

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Life Editor August 19, 2021
The NYC chillwave group will perform an intimate show featuring their new album “Cheap Dreams,” released earlier this year.
Here for the Wrong Reasons: Episode 1 of ‘Bachelor in Paradise' Season 7

Here for the Wrong Reasons: Episode 1 of ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Season 7

Phoebe Sklansky, Deputy Life Editor August 18, 2021
A recap of the first episode of the latest season.
The Exit/In on Elliston Place is one of many Nashville venues to adopt new safety policies. (Photo submitted by Tori Bishop)

#Keep615Live: Nashville music venues to require proof of vaccination

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Life Editor August 17, 2021
Nashville music venues, including Exit/In and the Basement, announce new COVID-19 safety protocols regarding vaccinations, negative tests and mask-wearing policies for the fall 2021 concert season.
All Time Low to play Marathon Music Works Aug. 22

All Time Low to play Marathon Music Works Aug. 22

Marissa Tessier, Staff Writer August 14, 2021
2000s rock/pop punk band All Time Low returns to the stage with their 2020 album “Wake Up, Sunshine.”
The first episode of Marvel Studios'

‘What if…’ Peggy Carter and Steve Rogers were actually in love?

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Life Editor August 13, 2021
Though it looks and sounds a little awkward at times, Marvel Studios’ “What If…?” could rewrite the MCU's future with its unbounded exploratory creativity.
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Here for the Wrong Reasons: Season Finale of ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 17

Phoebe Sklansky, Deputy Life Editor August 12, 2021
A rundown of the latest season and recap of the finale.
Nashville riders on BCycle bikes in 12 South. (BCycle)

BCycle bike-sharing program returns to Nashville

Marissa Tessier, Staff Writer August 12, 2021
Thanks to a new partnership, BCycle is back in Nashville with a new fleet of e-bikes as a simple mode of transportation for students.
Leah Blevins to debut first full-length album at Basement East Aug. 12

Leah Blevins to debut first full-length album at Basement East Aug. 12

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Life Editor August 6, 2021
The Nashville country-Americana artist will play her new album “First Time Feeling” live for, well, the first time.
Doja Cat's

Doja Cat cements her legendary status with third studio album, “Planet Her”

David Cohen, Staff Writer August 4, 2021
Doja Cat releases new album “Planet Her,” featuring pop/R&B tracks about love, lust and loss, with SZA, The Weeknd, Ariana Grande, Young Thug and JID as guest artists.
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