Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Coming to Hulu: March 2020


From current episodes and original series to kids shows and hit movies, Hulu has something for everyone. Here is what’s coming to Hulu in March 2020.

March 1

50/50 (2011)
Abduction (2011)
Blue City (1986)
Cantinflas (2014)
Charlotte’s Web (1973)
Danny Roane: First Time Director (2007)
Deck the Halls (2011)
The Descent (2005)
The Descent: Part 2 (2010)
Destiny Turn on the Radio (1995)
Eyes of an Angel (1994)
Foxfire (1996)
Free Willy (1993)
Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home (1995)
Free Willy 3: The Rescue (1997)
Friends with Kids (2012)
Furry Vengeance (2010)
Good Morning, Killer (2011)
Good Will Hunting (1997)
Hide (2011)
Hornet’s Nest (2012)
Innocent (2011)
The Interview (2014)
Lady in a Cage (1964)
Leap Year (2010)
Major League II (1994)
Man on a Ledge (2012)
Natural Born Killers (1994)
Night of the Living Dead (2006)
Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection (2012)
Richard the Lionheart (2013)
Ricochet (2011)
Righteous Kill (2009)
Silent Tongue (1993)
Silent Witness (2011)
Standing in the Shadows of Motown (2002)
Swingers (1996)
Tenderness (2009)
The Cooler (2003)
The Descent (2005)
The Descent: Part 2 (2010)
The Skull (1965)
Up in the Air (2009)
Wayne’s World (1993)
Kinsey (2004)
Notes on a Scandal (2005)
Waiting to Exhale (1995)

March 3

Breeders: Series Premiere (FX)
Real Housewives of New York City: Complete Season 11 (Bravo)

March 4

The Men Who Stare at Goats (2010)

March 5

Devs: Series Premiere (FX on Hulu)
Dave: Series Premiere (FX)

March 6

Hillary: Docuseries Premiere (Hulu Original)
Into The Dark: Crawlers: Episode Premiere (Hulu Original)
Cake: Season 2 Premiere (FX)
Better Things: Season 4 Premiere (FX)
Knives and Skin (2019)

March 7

The Most Dangerous Animal of All: Docuseries Premiere (FX)

March 9

Monos (2019)

March 11

Fire Force: Complete Season 1 (Funimation)

March 13

Love Island: Australia: Complete Season 2 (ITV)

March 14

Keeping up with the Kardashians: Complete Season 17 (E!)

March 15

4 Lovers (2013)
Always Shine (2016)
Hello I Must Be Going (2012)

March 17

Attack on Titan: Complete Season 3B (Funimation)

March 18

Little Fires Everywhere: Three Episode Series Premiere (Hulu Original)

March 19

Motherland: Season 3 Premiere (Freeform)
Pet Sematary (2019)

March 20

Big Time Adolescence (2020)
Real Housewives of Potomac: Complete Season 4 (Bravo)

March 23

After School Dice Club: Complete Season 1 (DUBBED) (Funimation)
Kemonomichi: Complete Season 1 (DUBBED) (Funimation)
A Good Old Fashioned Orgy (2011)

March 26

Brown Girl Begins (2018)

March 27

Baghdad Central: Complete Season 1 (Fremantle)
Fairy Gone: Complete Season 1 (Funimation)

March 28

Stand My Heroes: Piece of Truth: Complete Season 1 (DUBBED) (Funimation)

March 29

Archer: Complete Season 10 (FX)

March 30

IHeartRadio Music Awards 2020: Special (FOX)
Santee (1975)

March 31

Hoshiai no Sora (Stars Align): Complete Season 1 (DUBBED) (Funimation)
Pawparazzi (2019)

New Chocolate Shop Poppy & Peep Opens

Poppy & Peep
photo from Poppy & Peep

If you like chocolate, you need to check out Poppy & Peep, a newly opened artisan shop in Nashville.

Located at 374 Heron Drive, the sweet shop is owned by father – daughter team Mark and Evane Stoner.

Described on their website as a micro-chocolate factory, their specialty is the most gorgeous bonbons in an array of colors.

How it all began…..

The company’s website says Mark always brought Evane treats from his business trips and one of their favorite things to do together was visit candy shops. It remains one of Evane’s sweetest childhood memories and now they want to make new delicious memories with a business together.

You can buy their bonbons in store and online. You can order a box of six, twelve or twenty-four bonbons. Order your box here. 

Hours for Poppy & Peep are Tuesday – Friday, noon – 6 p, Saturday noon – 4 p, closed on Sunday and Monday.

For the latest updates, follow Poppy & Peep on Facebook. 

The Masked Singer National Tour Coming to the Ryman

the masked singer

On the heels of the Season Three debut of the FOX’s hit “The Masked Singer”, Right Angle Entertainment announced that an all new live show, The Masked Singer National Tour, will hit the road in 2020, bringing the television show to the next level on its first-ever North American tour.

Audiences can expect to see their favorite characters brought to life onstage, as well as surprise celebrity guests, amazing new performances and a can’t-miss spectacular live show for audiences of all ages. The live show will feature two celebrity guest hosts, as well as one local celebrity who will be in a top-secret disguise, keeping the audience guessing until they are unmasked at the end of the night.

Presented by Live Nation, the tour kicks off in Detroit, MI, on May 28 before zigzagging its way to more than 45 cities, including Nashville.

The Masked Singer National Tour stops at Ryman Auditorium on June 22. Tickets for the tour are on sale now at LiveNation.com.

Over 26 million viewers tuned into the Season Three premiere of The Masked Singer, making it television’s highest-rated and most-watched reality telecast in eight years. It also ranks as television’s #1 entertainment telecast in two years and FOX’s highest-rated and most-watched entertainment telecast in six years.

If you’re unfamiliar with The Masked Singer television show, it is a singing competition in which celebrities face off against one another while shrouded from head to toe in an elaborate costume, concealing their identity. With each performance, the host, panelists, audience, viewers and even the other contestants are left guessing who the singer is behind the mask. The singers may attempt to throw off the crowd, but keen observers might pick up on tiny clues buried throughout the show. Each week, a singer is eliminated — and then reveals his or her true identity.

3 Important Things to Know About Leak Detection and Prevention

3 Important Things to Know About Leak Detection and Prevention
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The elements can do a lot of damage – fast! And in some instances, wind, water and erosion can even destroy homes. When people think of the elements destroying a home, most think of a fire. In reality, it’s water that’s most dangerous to homes. In fact, some studies have found that homes are six times more likely to be damaged by water than fires, and seven times more likely to be damaged by water than a burglary. These stats show why leak detection and prevention are so essential. If you want to know more about detecting leaks and how high-tech systems like Leak Gopher can help prevent disaster, read on!

1. How to Detect Major and Minor Leaks

Leaks may seem like an inevitability, yet detection and leak prevention are quite possible, especially if the right technology and methods are used. If you detect a leak before it gets severe, you can significantly lower both damage costs and risk of things getting worse. To manage leaks effectively, you’ll need a device that not only detects leaks but shuts off the water when an issue gets out of hand. It’s also good to have a system that sends immediate notifications. Leading systems like Leak Gopher are preferred for leak detection and prevention.

2. Why an Automatic Water Shutoff Is So Important

Home and business owners that experience water leaks are saddled with high repair costs and inconveniences. A lot of the damage caused by a leak can be prevented. There are just a few simple steps that need to be taken, and this is one reason why an automatic shutoff is so essential. Of course, human skill is required to completely mend the problem, but a piece of high-tech equipment like Leak Gopher can shut off the water without any human intervention, mitigating damage and making repair easier. Having a reliable shutoff that will never fail gives homeowners incredible confidence.

3. The Longer a Leak Goes Unattended, the More Damage It Does

The quicker you can stop a leak, the quicker you can prevent damage. This is why homeowners install leak-detecting equipment. Some high-tech systems being made now can even send mobile notifications, changing the way leak prevention is handled!

How to Effectively and Simply Combat Leaks

Looking for a reliable and affordable leak detection and prevention system? Check out the Leak Gopher! Preferred by homeowners and business owners, this state-of-the-art technology will ensure you won’t be caught off guard by a destructive leak, one that’ll require water damage restoration. Stop the damage before it begins!

Visit www.leakgopher.com or call your local Leak Gopher dealer today at 855-828-2811.

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Local Living: 5 Things to do This Week in Nashville

Bartending 101 Whiskey and Aged Spirits

1. Bartending 101: Whiskey and Aged Spirits


WHAT: Calling all mixologist hopefuls and bartenders-to-be! In Bartending 101, you will learn all about Whiskey and Aged Spirits like cognac and special rums! You’ll learn about the history of these spirits, classic cocktails and their presentations, the reasons why some cocktails are shaken or stirred, and proper techniques. In this class, you will have the opportunity to make two cocktails for yourself, with guidance by City Winery Nashville’s Bar Manager Emily Schroeder. This class includes tastes of three spirits, two cocktails made by you, and a light cheese plate. Class Level: All Levels. Age Requirements: 21+

Purchase tickets here.

WHEN: Tuesday, February 25, 6:30pm

WHERE: City Winery, 609 Lafayette St., Nashville

2. Ross Mathews: Name Drop Tour


WHAT: Television personality Ross Mathews likes telling stories. And with his Hollywood experience – from interning behind the scenes at ​The Tonight Show with Jay Leno​ to judging ​RuPaul’s Drag Race​ – he has a lot to talk about. In ​Name Drop,​ Ross dishes about moments where he goes from soaring to crashing, like that time he was invited by Barbara Walters to host ​The View​ – only to arrive on set and discover she had no idea who he was; his Christmas with the Kardashians, which should be its own national holiday; and his talk with Omarosa on ​Celebrity Big Brother​, which, as it turns out, was ​just​ the tip of the iceberg.

WHEN: Tuesday, February 25, 8pm

WHERE: 3rd and Lindsley, 818 3rd Avenue South, Nashville

3. Nashville Tango Marathon


WHAT: Check out Coco’s first edition of the Nashville Tango Marathon, Feb 28th-Mar 2nd! Beat the winter chill with warm embraces in the heart of the City of Music. They will have three full days of dancing with music curated by DJs from around the country!

Friday 1pm – 6pm Jae Grisham
Friday 9pm – 2am Melina Mistral
Saturday 1pm – 6pm Robin Thomas
Saturday 10pm – 3am Jun Yi
Sunday 1pm – 6pm Avik Basu
Sunday 9pm – 2am Khoi Dang-Vu

Learn more here.

WHEN: Friday, February 28 – Monday, March 2

WHERE: Coco’s Italian Market & Kitchen, 411 51st Avenue North, Nashville

4. Nashville Wine Auction’s Wined Up


WHAT: Wined Up! is a fun, accessible, wine-tasting party. It brings together 26 West Coast vintners for Nashville’s best wine-tasting party and will feature specialty small plates prepared by guest chefs as well as a silent auction with lots of fine wines and luxury items. The event is the second night of “Pairings: Nashville’s Ultimate Wine and Food Weekend,” which includes a series of wine events for explorers and enthusiasts. The special “Collectors’ Showcase” floor will feature an additional 6-8 rare and collectible wines. Additional fees apply.

For more information and to make a reservation: nashvillewineauction.com/pairings/wined-up-2/.  

WHEN: Friday, February 28, 6pm

WHERE: City Winery, 609 Lafayette St., Nashville

5. Poet’s Corner: Featuring Doug Hoekstra


WHAT: Join fellow poetry enthusiasts for a reading by featured local poet, Doug Hoekstra. Doug Hoekstra is a Chicago-bred, Nashville-based writer, educated at DePaul (B.A.) and Belmont (M.Ed.) respectively. His short stories, essays, and poems have appeared in numerous print and online journals. His first book, Bothering the Coffee Drinkers earned an Independent Publisher Award Bronze Medal (IPPY) for Best Short Fiction; his third book and first collection of poetry, Unopened came out in early 2019. As a musician/songwriter, Hoekstra has also released seven CDs of original material on labels in the U.S. and Europe, touring both the US and Europe extensively, and earning Nashville Music Award and Independent Music Award nominations. “Unopened is a reminder of how good a writer Doug Hoekstra is. As heartbreaking as it is often hilarious, it chronicles life, as Hoekstra’s songs also have done, with matter-of-fact honesty and realism.”(Pennyblack Music UK) Poet’s Corner is free and open to the public and takes place in the Fondren building, 2nd floor.

WHEN: Thursday, February 27, 6pm

WHERE: Scarritt Bennett Center, 1008 19th Avenue South, Nashville


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Grand Ole Opry House
Tue, Feb 25 7:00 pm
Tue, Feb 25 7:30 pm
The Bluebird Cafe
Wed, Feb 26 6:00 pm
The Sutler Saloon
Wed, Feb 26 7:00 pm
Ryman Auditorium
Wed, Feb 26 7:30 pm