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Top 10+ Geek-Friendly Bars In and Around Nashville

If you’re like me, you're obsessed with ’80s toys, video games, pop culture trivia, weird collectibles, cult films, comic books and other novelties. Pair that with craft beer, and your heart is content. If you live in or around Nashville (or are just visiting), here are 10-plus, must-see geek-friendly bars and venues for you fellow nerds… Continue reading Top 10+ Geek-Friendly Bars In and Around Nashville

All Blog Posts By Topic, Arts & Entertainment, Creativity & Imagination, Pop Culture

The Ultimate ‘Star Wars’ Fan is Building a Full Scale Millennium Falcon

Follow the story of Chris Lee of Nashville, Tenn., the founder of The Full Scale Millennium Falcon Project, as he evolves from a 12-year-old boy drawing R2-D2 sketches in 1977 to a full-fledged 'Star Wars' universe maker—38 years later. His project has not only pulled together a community of likeminded super fans from online forums around… Continue reading The Ultimate ‘Star Wars’ Fan is Building a Full Scale Millennium Falcon

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Literature Scene is Alive and Well in Nashville

Are you a seasoned poet, an author or an aspiring writer? Do you love to hear the words of other artists, or do you have a passion for storytelling in front of an audience? It’s easy to become a part of Nashville’s thriving poetry and literature scene. By attending regular events like the ones below,… Continue reading Literature Scene is Alive and Well in Nashville

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GX Magazine Design Team Wins Ozzie Award

Congrats to my friends from the GX magazine design team—part of iostudio (a design and marketing agency based in Nashville, TN)—for receiving a 2014 Ozzie Award! This national journalism competition recognizes the best in custom publishing. Our team beat out Delta Sky Magazine and others. Way to go!   SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave