Manuel Cuevas ("Manuel" for short) was honored Sunday with a star in his name on the Music City Walk of Fame. Manuel is one of Nashville's music legends by way of fashioning many musicians' iconic outfits. See Manuel's official bio on the Walk of Fame site here, and photos of the ceremony and the actual star at the Tennessean or on Manuel's Facebook page.
At lunchtime on Friday, you can be on TV - and eat well in the process - at a taping of Food Network Canada's "Eat Street", which will be featuring Nashville mobile food truck Yayo's O.M.G. ("Original Mexican Gourmet"). Filming will take place from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. outside the offices of Conexion Americas, 800 18th Ave So.
If you want a little more camera time and are expecting your first child between now and February, MTV Tr3s is looking for Nashville couples for a new documentary “Quiero Mi Baby.” From the producers of “Quiero Mis Quinces” and “Quiero Mi Boda,” Quiero Mi Baby will feature cross-cultural couples (for example Puerto Rican & Italian or Cuban & Venezuelan) who are expecting for the first time. A trailer for the show is here, and the casting link is here.