Veterans Supply Skill and Heart for Nashville Public Sculpture

Nashville Scupture

BY BILL WEAVER A century after artists T.C. Steele and Adolph Shulz first walked the Brown County hills in search of primal landscapes, the town of Nashville has created an Arts and Entertainment District to promote the art colony they inspired, and that continues to thrive. They’ve commissioned a large steel sculpture to be placed at the center of town, near the Visitors Center at West Main and North Van Buren streets. “The idea of the sculpture is to serve as the gateway to the Nashville Arts and Entertainment District,” says Tom Tuley, chairman of the Nashville Arts and Entertainment Commission. With the help of Three Sixty Group, a public relations company in Indianapolis, a design for the 15-foot structure [...]

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Recipe of the Month: Indian Creamed Spinach

Spinach

Are you looking for a yummy way to add more spinach to your diet? This may be the recipe you are looking for. Chef David Davenport suggests serving Indian Creamed Spinach with scrambled eggs as Eggs Florentine. Indian Creamed Spinach David Davenport Bloomington Cooking School Crème fraîche, to taste (not sour cream, see recipe below) Three 12-ouch packages of frozen chopped spinach 1 stick salted butter 1/2 onion, chopped Cardamom, to taste Salt, to taste Pepper, to taste 1) Defrost spinach and squeeze out excess water. 2) Melt butter in a large skillet. Add onions and sweat until translucent. 3) Fluff spinach and add to skillet. Sprinkle cardamom lightly across the top of the spinach. (Note: A little goes a long way, [...]

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