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Jay Sheridan

Jay Sheridan is the owner and president of Sheridan Public Relations, author. He has authored numerous human interest and history books, along with magazine articles, locally and nationally.

You’ll Love The Story Behind The Factory at Franklin’s New Carousel

September 8, 2023

Ken Means has been carving his legacy for 30 years. Now, it’s about to come to life at The Factory at Franklin in the form of a carousel full of Means’ menagerie…

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Franklin Then & Now: 15 Must-See Spots Full of History

June 27, 2023

It’s been said that the evolution of a community is not only essential but inevitable. Thanks to visionary leadership over the course of 225 years, Franklin’s identity is rooted in…

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Let’s Get Festive! Here Are the Essential Summer Events in Franklin, Tennessee

May 25, 2023

It’s festival season in Williamson County! From Franklin to Brentwood, and Spring Hill to Arrington, an exciting lineup of events for locals and visitors means there’s something for everyone all…

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The Ultimate Outdoor Itineraries for Exploring Franklin

May 1, 2023

The deep freeze we experienced in Franklin just a few months ago is a distant memory now. The hills of Williamson County have exploded with verdant greens, punctuated with neon…

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Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor: The Best House Party in Franklin, Tennessee

March 8, 2023

For more than a century, downtown Franklin’s southern fringe was a working-class neighborhood. Beyond the grand homes were the shotgun houses, and just past them were the railroad depot, coal…

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7 Antique & Vintage Shops with the Best Finds in Franklin

January 18, 2023

Williamson County’s historical roots run deep, and the tangible reminders of times past have long attracted visitors in search of treasures.  Seventy five years ago, on the site of Franklin’s…

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Making Spirits Bright: Festive Cocktails This Holiday Season in Franklin

November 22, 2022

A wise man once said that the most enduring Christmas traditions are “best enjoyed in the warm embrace of kith and kin,” right there with Uncle Eddie next to the…

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Living History: The Legacy of the Battle of Franklin, Then and Now

October 11, 2022

The cannons fired in Franklin, Tennessee, on November 30, 1864, can still be felt reverberating today. That afternoon, the Battle of Franklin became seminal to the outcome of the war,…

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Gather Around: Keeping Great Company at This Storied Local Distillery

September 23, 2022

Heath Clark was brought up around the business of Tennessee Whiskey. Living on a farm near Lynchburg, Tennessee, and with two uncles who were engineers at Jack Daniel’s, he remembers…

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How to Beer Your Way Through Franklin: 7 Best Spots for a Cold One

August 3, 2022

Williamson County has long been known for the high-quality distilled spirits and wines produced here. And while it may not have been a completely legal production in decades past, it’s…

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