Fall into October

The changing of the colors from vibrant, summery greens to autumnal yellows, rusty oranges and dark reds. The smell and crunch of freshly fallen leaves, the taste of warm apple cider and perfect pumpkin pastries—so much pumpkin. The windows-open Saturday football days and the chili-in-the-Crock-Pot Sunday football afternoons.

Hendersonville Lifestyle Publication 
Celebrates its One-Year Anniversary

The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Event on August 22 was hosted by Hendersonville Lifestyle to 
celebrate the magazine's one-year anniversary. The event was held at The Chop House restaurant in Indian Lake where Publisher Lynn Bowles welcomed guests who enjoyed great food, drinks and giveaways.

Kenny Pipe & Supply Ribbon-Cutting

The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce and Kenny Pipe & Supply branch manager Anderson Hill welcomed a crowd to the ribbon-cutting of their new Saundersville Road location on August 17.

Union University’s School of Adult and Professional Studies Ribbon-Cutting

Union University welcomed local civic officials, Hendersonville Area of Chamber of Commerce members and special guests to the ribbon-cutting of its new School of Adult and Professional Studies on August 8.

Prudential Financial Advisors Ribbon-Cutting

Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce members and special guests celebrated the ribbon-cutting of the new 
Prudential Financial Advisors office in Hazel Path on May 18.

October 2017 Around Town

Hendersonville Tire Center celebrated 50 years in business on August 25. Founded on August 25, 1967, by Robert Carter, the company is currently owned and managed by David Julian, son-in-law of the founder. David is assisted in day-to-day operations by his son, David Julian II, David's wife, Roberta Julian and daughter, Rachel Atkinson, making Hendersonville Tire Center a third-generation, family-run…

Hendersonville Area Colleges & Universities

Over the past 10 years, there has been a quiet revolution in higher education in Sumner County. Before this period, residents seeking post-high school educational opportunities beyond the community college level had to attend institutions located outside of the county. These options typically resulted in significantly higher educational costs due to campus room and board or commuting expenses.

Finding Your Perfect Coffee Roast at Portside Java

Coffee. It's the liquid that fuels America. According to a recent statistic, more than 50 percent of Americans—that's more than 150 million people—drink at least one gourmet coffee each day with the average coffee consumer downing 3.1 cups per day.

Capturing Totality

I have always thought that there were few greater joys than being able to pursue interests that combine one or more of a person’s interests. In my case, I have recently been able to unite my vocation, photojournalism, with one of my passions, amateur astronomy. I find that astrophotography provides a fulfilling melding of science and art that enriches my…

The Ultimate Tailgate Party

Fall is in the air and, come October, sports are in full swing. Whether you prefer college football Saturdays—cheering on your favorite team, paying special attention to the various conference rivalries—or professional football Sundays—in front of the TV, keeping a close eye on your fantasy football team—everyone can use some tips to throw the perfect tailgate party, even if you…