Weekly What - Issue 60

Weekly What - Issue 60

Nashville What

Teens4Equality - BLM protest

Red, Black, and Blue

The Teens4Equality are organizing a protest for July 4th. If you don’t buy the shirt, you can wear red, black, or blue. Starting at 4pm in the Bicentennial Mall State Park, the route will wind through downtown with a stop in front of the Capitol aka @peoplesplazatn. It is a protest against racism, not just police brutality, and every form of it. The protest will return to the starting point where there will be voter registration opportunities, food trucks, and a final word.


Event What

CMA Summer Stay-Cay

Stay in Tune

Grab a Budweiser Nitro Gold—it's an alluring golden lager brewed with Nitro for smaller, denser bubbles—and kick off your summer with “CMA Summer Stay-Cay." The four-hour event starts at 6:30 tonight. Catch it live on CMA’s Facebook or YouTube.


Food and Drink What

4th of July pie

4th of July Pie

Stop what you are doing and order a pie from Dozen Bakery. Choose from four flavors: peach, blueberry chess, lemon lavender or chocolate cream. Send an email to holidays@dozen-nashville.com or call the shop to reserve a pie. Preorders must be placed today at 5pm. Preordered pies can be picked up on Friday, July 3rd between 8am - 2pm.


Maker What

Meet the Maker: Kiia Bath + Body

Following Her Dream

Meet Nashonta McDowell, the maker behind Kiia Bath + Body. This native Nashvillian has been creating customized lotions, soaps, candles, and other self-care products for eleven years. She was selling her local craft goods at the Nashville Farmers’ Market before Batch even existed! Find out what inspired her to make bath and body products and what she thinks about growing up in Nashville and seeing it to grow.


Bonus What

New custom tissue paper

We have upgraded our gift packaging with custom printed tissue paper and a new sticker! We take great care to make sure your gifts look awesome! It’s up to you to decide what great stuff goes inside.