Spectator Sports for All Kinds of Fans

You probably know of the Titans, Predators and Sounds but Nashville has a wide range of spectator sports that covet your attention. A few listed below might even surprise you.  Nashville Predators Yes, it's currently king of among Nashville spectator sports but which is more fun to watch: the team on the ice and the... Continue Reading →

Off-Broadway Honky Tonks

If things are crowded on the so-called Honky Tonk Highway, take to the backroads. Let's take a look at the ones in the immediate area, then a few worth the drive. Off Broadway Famous Saloon @110 2nd Ave. N. To be honest, I'd never heard of the Famous Saloon. I give them points for a... Continue Reading →

Adventure Sports to Explore Around Nashville

With the glory of four seasons, adventure sports are a perfect fit for the middle Tennessee. Granted, we don't have a beach and it's a bit of a drive to the mountains but there's a lot to love when you get outdoors.  Plus, check out 30+ Outstanding Outings for Children and Teens and Outdoor Activities Nashville-style.  CLIMBING, BOULDERING... Continue Reading →

Enjoy the Outdoors Nashville-style

Get out of your house or hotel room to enjoy the great outdoors of the midstate. And I do mean great. With options including hiking, biking, boating, golf, disc golf and more, you're sure to find reasons to get out and about. And if you're looking for something more heart-pounding, investigate Adventure Sports Around Nashville.... Continue Reading →

2018 CMA Fest Survival Guide

Have a great time at the 2018 CMA Fest (CMA Country Music Festival) but be smart. Last year 782 people visited the medical tents for a variety of reasons including dehydration, sunburn and blisters. Don't add to the number this year. Here are some tips from CMA Fest veterans. Beware the heat. Dress in lightweight,... Continue Reading →

30+ Outstanding Outings for Kids

With so many outstanding outings for kids, I've grouped your options into categories such as Water Fun, Museums, History, Games and Challenges, and Theatre. I've noted if they're FREE in purple. Some are geared toward teenagers while others cater to younger kids. The list includes everything from water parks and hiking trails to museums and puppet... Continue Reading →

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