Weekly What – Issue 69

Weekly What – Issue 69


Stream Green

Just like everything this year, the Live On The Green music festival is different this year. Instead of gathering on the Public Square to listen to hours of indie music like years past, the festival will be streamed online and through the Lightning 100 app.  Start each morning with Yoga on my Green from Hot Yoga of East Nashville then tune in all day and night—the last performance each day is around 2am. The performances have already started and continue until Tuesday at 3am. The best part - no lines at the porta potties or beer tent!



Hide Your Smile

Inspired by a design hand-carved by Hatch Show Print for posters promoting the 1939 film, “Jesse James,” and reimagined for today by designer-printer Heather Moulder, the four-color letterpress print is a timely reminder that says it all, and in a way only vintage type can: “When you go out, hide your smile for a while.” If you need a mask to hide your smile, they have four designs and right now they are offering BUY 2, GET ONE FREE. And, in a bit of good news for all fans, they will reopen for tours at a limited capacity beginning Thursday, September 10. 




Even though everything feels different this year, one thing stays the same—Pumpkin Spice Season. To make your favorite fall flavors even cozier, we rounded up the best pumpkin spice-themed products made by small businesses across America.



Feed the Fridge that Feeds

Neighbors are helping neighbors by filling up the Nashville Community Fridges located on Dickerson Road and Buchanan. The fridges are in public spaces, outside of DRKMTTR and Elephant Gallery, and are open to all. Need food? No problem, help yourself. Want to donate? Great, put it in the fridge. Follow the fridge on Instagram for updates and ways to help.



We have marked down over 150 items for our huge Labor Day Weekend Sale.