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    The Best Historic Music Venues in Music City

    By Aaron Armstrong | August 2, 2018

    Ryman Auditorium The famous Ryman Auditorium is one of Nashville’s most historic venues located right in the heart of downtown Nashville. Prominent steamboat captain and Nashville businessman, Thomas G. Ryman spent most of his life dedicated to building the Union Gospel Tabernacle, which would take on the name the Ryman after he died. In the... Read More

    The Best Places to Eat Healthy in Nashville

    By Aaron Armstrong | July 13, 2018

    Nashville has one of the most fun and diverse food scenes of a city it’s size. A lot of the time when people think about food in southern cities, they think southern cooking. (And we most certainly have that!)  But there are some very unique, health conscious restaurants in our city with incredible menus. This... Read More

    A Guide to July 4th in Nashville, Tennessee

    By Aaron Armstrong | June 29, 2018

    Last year Nashville’s 4th of July festivities attracted 240,000 people. The all-day Let Freedom Sing! celebration is one of a kind, with music, fun, food and fireworks. Here is the scoop on the downtown happenings that you won’t want to miss! Family Fun Music City Walk of Fame Park will be hosting the Wyler’s Light... Read More

    The Best Nashville Instagram Accounts to Follow to “Stay in the Know”

    By Aaron Armstrong | June 22, 2018

        There’s so much going on in Nashville! With the city growing at a rapid rate, new restaurants, bars, apartment buildings, yoga studios, shows and events are popping up left and right. Sometimes it’s hard to keep up! Thankfully, social media makes it easy to tune in and make sure you’re not missing anything.... Read More

    Free Music and Events in Nashville Over CMA Weekend!

    By Aaron Armstrong | June 7, 2018

    The second weekend in June is a big weekend for Nashville every year. Nashville’s CMA Music Festival brings upwards of 80,000 fans to the center of the city for four days of country music. While, Bonnaroo Music Festival, hosted that same weekend, attracts around 65,000 people from all over the world to Manchester, Tennessee for... Read More

    New Nashville Spots: Restaurants and Bars

    By Aaron Armstrong | June 1, 2018

    It seems like everyday Nashville has a new restaurant or bar opening its doors. The food and drink scene is truly like no other city’s. Sometimes it’s hard to keep up. (We get it!) So, we pulled together a list of some of the newer Nashville spots to check out! Whether you’re just in town... Read More

    Memorial Day Weekend Activities in Nashville!

    By Aaron Armstrong | May 25, 2018

    Three day weekend here we come! Memorial Day weekend is an eventful three days in Nashville, Tennessee. With a great deal of history to explore, music to hear and events to attend, there’s no excuse to not be out on the town! Historical Sites Due to the nature of this holiday, it’s a great time for... Read More

    Best Nashville Outdoor Activities for the Whole Family!

    By Aaron Armstrong | May 11, 2018

    As the summer months quickly approach, you may be making your list of outdoor activities to do this summer with the family. Beyond the restaurants and music scene, Nashville has some of the most wonderful outdoor day adventures and activities. We’ve compiled a list of a few of our favorites! Cheekwood Estate and Botanical Gardens... Read More

    Neighborhood Spotlight: The Nations

    By Aaron Armstrong | April 25, 2018

    Located in West Nashville, The Nations is one of our cities oldest neighborhoods. A stone’s throw away from Sylvan Park and McCabe Golf Course, this developing area is rapidly becoming one of Nashville’s hottest new neighborhoods! Full of energy, this young and budding neighborhood is attracting many new home buyers and other Nashville residents looking... Read More


    By Aaron Armstrong | November 18, 2017

    Perhaps the best thing about Germantown is that it has kept much of its original charm. There are traditional brick sidewalks, tree-lined streets, and historic homes, but also newer more chic and modern buildings. Germantown is the perfect mix of traditional and modern, creating a unique neighborhood where there is something for everyone. COFFEE Coffee... Read More

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