No state or city income tax, lower-than-average cost of living, free college tuition--just a few of the reasons people love living here.
Who do you call when you need non-emergency help in Nashville? For the best response, check these contact points.
Nashville newcomers need stuff: furniture, furnishings, tools, building supplies, maybe even clothes and old records. Find what you're after here.
Want to fit in as a newcomer or incognito tourist? Allow me to slip you some tips that'll help you along. Be friendly. Native Nashvillians tend to be nice folks but as the city grows, we may be slipping a notch or two. Still, visitors and newcomers often marvel at what a gracious, welcoming city we... Continue Reading →
You can cuss or you can evolve when facing our confusing streets and byways. Let's start with an admittedly imperfect overview. Think of Nashville as having 5 loops around the city and 10 spokes that shoot out in most directions. 5 Sorta Loops of Nashville Loop #1: Interstates 24/40/65 In the old days, this loop... Continue Reading →
Let me tip you off to all sorts of Nashville deals and discounts--from tourist attractions to groceries.
Consider consignments stores if your tastes and budget elevate you above thrift stores but you still like shopping for good deals. Many antique stores are also set up for consignment but I'll save them for a separate post. For now, let's emphasize function and fashion over historic value. Clearing House Consignment Lots of glassware, silverware,... Continue Reading →
I can't dissolve the detours and construction zones but I can lay out your options for getting to your destination. Walking Although we're not the most walkable city in the country, we're making progress in making getting around Nashville friendly for pedestrians. Folks at the Nashville Convention and Visitors Commission like to tout our high... Continue Reading →