WEFOUNDThe Passion (Bloomsbury Classics)


Bloomsbury Farm is nestled in the hills between Smyrna and Nolensville, TN. Our greenhouse grows sprouts, wheatgrass, and microgreens year – round. Vegetables, fruits, and herbs are also a large part of the operation; they are grown from March through November. We believe that when people eat natural, organic food, they can taste the difference. It's a chain of goodness that begins with healthy soil, and finishes with healthy animals and people.  

Every Saturday, from March to November, we sell our farm – fresh produce at four farmers markets around Nashville. It is important for us to get to meet our local community and support the buy – local movement. Come out and enjoy the benefits of organic living — we would love to meet you!

Bloomsbury is not only where we work, it is where we live. With three distinct properties on the farm, we have opened our loft for rent through Airbnb. It's a beautiful destination for those looking for the convenience to Nashville, but wanting a secluded escape on our beautiful property.

We strive to propose you original dishes for any palate following our Italian traditional recipes combined with our chefs creativity.

We are very proud of our wine list that offers you a superb taste of the typical and original wines from Italy but not only…

Ciao Bella’s bright history started in 1983 when Ciao Bella opened for the first time in the ciao bella history 1 heart of Bloomsbury, already a central London fashionable residential area.

Back in the 1830s, Charles Tanqueray was not afraid to mix up brave ideas in his own unique style. He invented a gin which is still celebrated to this day. The perfect mix of ingenuity, heritage and hard work.

A perfect balance of four botanicals. Ingredients that remain unchanged since they were first used by Charles Tanqueray. The bartender´s choice for the perfect G&T.

Tanqueray Gin. Produced and bottled in Great Britain for Charles Tanqueray & Co. The TANQUERAY, TANQUERAY NO. TEN and IT’S WHAT YOU PUT IN

Is there anything we still don’t know about Marilyn Monroe? (Besides what really happened the night she died.) A fleet of authors seems to think so. Fifty years after the icon’s death, the articles and books keep coming, from People magazine cover stories and New York Times op-eds, to feminist historian Lois Banner’s biography, “Marilyn: The Passion and the Paradox,’’ and Adam Braver’s novel, “Misfit.’’ The question is: What do they have to tell us?

But if Marilyn was the victim of her childhood, when it came to her career, Banner argues, she was firmly in charge. First as a model, then as an actress, she was purposeful about her professional progress, from controlling her photo shoots to orchestrating her publicity. No matter how well she played the dumb blonde, she certainly wasn’t one, even if her drug abuse, psychological issues, and conflicts with tyrannical directors and studio bosses eventually turned her hard-won career into chaos.

Besides overreaching, Banner is often sloppy. She repeats herself, presents theory as fact — Bobby Kennedy “didn’t seem to know . . . that the mob had swung the 1960 presidential election to Kennedy through voter fraud’’ — and cites “The sources I have consulted,” “Multiple sources,” and “Some Hollywood people, I’m told” without providing names. None of these habits bolster her credibility.

Bloomsbury Farm is nestled in the hills between Smyrna and Nolensville, TN. Our greenhouse grows sprouts, wheatgrass, and microgreens year – round. Vegetables, fruits, and herbs are also a large part of the operation; they are grown from March through November. We believe that when people eat natural, organic food, they can taste the difference. It's a chain of goodness that begins with healthy soil, and finishes with healthy animals and people.  

Every Saturday, from March to November, we sell our farm – fresh produce at four farmers markets around Nashville. It is important for us to get to meet our local community and support the buy – local movement. Come out and enjoy the benefits of organic living — we would love to meet you!

Bloomsbury is not only where we work, it is where we live. With three distinct properties on the farm, we have opened our loft for rent through Airbnb. It's a beautiful destination for those looking for the convenience to Nashville, but wanting a secluded escape on our beautiful property.

We strive to propose you original dishes for any palate following our Italian traditional recipes combined with our chefs creativity.

We are very proud of our wine list that offers you a superb taste of the typical and original wines from Italy but not only…

Ciao Bella’s bright history started in 1983 when Ciao Bella opened for the first time in the ciao bella history 1 heart of Bloomsbury, already a central London fashionable residential area.

Bloomsbury Farm is nestled in the hills between Smyrna and Nolensville, TN. Our greenhouse grows sprouts, wheatgrass, and microgreens year – round. Vegetables, fruits, and herbs are also a large part of the operation; they are grown from March through November. We believe that when people eat natural, organic food, they can taste the difference. It's a chain of goodness that begins with healthy soil, and finishes with healthy animals and people.  

Every Saturday, from March to November, we sell our farm – fresh produce at four farmers markets around Nashville. It is important for us to get to meet our local community and support the buy – local movement. Come out and enjoy the benefits of organic living — we would love to meet you!

Bloomsbury is not only where we work, it is where we live. With three distinct properties on the farm, we have opened our loft for rent through Airbnb. It's a beautiful destination for those looking for the convenience to Nashville, but wanting a secluded escape on our beautiful property.

Bloomsbury Farm is nestled in the hills between Smyrna and Nolensville, TN. Our greenhouse grows sprouts, wheatgrass, and microgreens year – round. Vegetables, fruits, and herbs are also a large part of the operation; they are grown from March through November. We believe that when people eat natural, organic food, they can taste the difference. It's a chain of goodness that begins with healthy soil, and finishes with healthy animals and people.  

Every Saturday, from March to November, we sell our farm – fresh produce at four farmers markets around Nashville. It is important for us to get to meet our local community and support the buy – local movement. Come out and enjoy the benefits of organic living — we would love to meet you!

Bloomsbury is not only where we work, it is where we live. With three distinct properties on the farm, we have opened our loft for rent through Airbnb. It's a beautiful destination for those looking for the convenience to Nashville, but wanting a secluded escape on our beautiful property.

We strive to propose you original dishes for any palate following our Italian traditional recipes combined with our chefs creativity.

We are very proud of our wine list that offers you a superb taste of the typical and original wines from Italy but not only…

Ciao Bella’s bright history started in 1983 when Ciao Bella opened for the first time in the ciao bella history 1 heart of Bloomsbury, already a central London fashionable residential area.

Back in the 1830s, Charles Tanqueray was not afraid to mix up brave ideas in his own unique style. He invented a gin which is still celebrated to this day. The perfect mix of ingenuity, heritage and hard work.

A perfect balance of four botanicals. Ingredients that remain unchanged since they were first used by Charles Tanqueray. The bartender´s choice for the perfect G&T.

Tanqueray Gin. Produced and bottled in Great Britain for Charles Tanqueray & Co. The TANQUERAY, TANQUERAY NO. TEN and IT’S WHAT YOU PUT IN


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