by Steve Haruch
* You may have heard that the East Nashville boutique Old Made Good (aka OMG) was robbed recently — there was the MSNBC feature, and the the post-robbery dance video you may have heard about. Country Life stopped by this weekend and found things to be in good shape, including the message you see above, perhaps directed at would-be burglars, which I have a feeling you can figure out.
* Imogene + Willie have partnered with photographer Joshua Black Wilkins to produce their first coffee table book, Love Fades. It's a collection of portraits shot by Wilkins — chances are if you read the Scene you're familiar with his photos of artists like Justin Townes Earle — featuring people and their jeans at various stages of wear. The book is $150, limited to 250 copies and available via pre-order only. They've made it easy to preview by setting up a Tumblr for the project — see who you recognize.
* If you're a fan of Local Honey or Tidwell and Perryman, the boutiques are offering a raffle of sorts: Spend $20 on winter merchandise at either shop tomorrow through Sunday and be automatically entered to win a $100 gift certificate for spring stuff.