Weekly What – Issue 66

Weekly What – Issue 66


Nashville Women Make History

Nashville is celebrating the centennial of the ratification of the 19th amendment to the United States Constitution. Find Centennial Celebrations around the city to visit virtually or attend. The Tennessee State Museum commemorates the Centennial  with Ratified! —artifacts, documents, large-scale graphics, videos, interactive elements and public programming to share the stories of the Tennesseans who came to have decisive roles in American women’s struggle to gain voting rights. At the Main Nashville Public Library, Votes for Women is a new, permanent exhibit. Hear Margaret Behm and Jeanie Nelson discuss the exhibit and the story of Suffragettes. Attend the Votes for Women Virtual Grand Opening scheduled for Aug 18th. The Nashville Scene dedicated an issue to our Suffragette City they recognized the Tennessee women who fought for the right to vote — and considered those who continue the battle today. And the NCVC has list of 100 Nashville women, so there's that, too.



Eat and Drink Through San Francisco

As part of the Batch USA City Series, we are checking in with makers from around America. Our first post features Alana Rivera, the soapmaker behind Etta + Billie, who knows a thing or two about the San Francisco food scene.  Who better to tell us where to eat, drink, and celebrate during our next trip to San Francisco?



Keep the Vote Growing

There's no better time than right now to get active. The Equity Alliance is hosting a virtual volunteer training. They advocate for African Americans and other communities of color to have a fair and just opportunity at realizing the American dream. The next virtual volunteer training is on August 18th from 6:30pm-8pm.



Nashville Kitchen Confidential

In an excerpt from her memoir “Our Lady of Perpetual Hunger,” pastry chef Lisa Dononvan recounts the career influence of another woman: Nashville chef and restaurant owner Margot McCormack. Donovan’s first job at McCormack’s Margot Café is a far cry from her time at her first steady restaurant job at TradeWinds, a “22-­seat Italian cigar den housed in a double-­wide trailer on a dirt hillside corner” in Valparaiso, Florida. But while invigorating, she realizes that her role as a restaurant server with sights set on a career in the industry might be incompatible with her other roles: spouse to John and mother of two.



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