A Different Kind of Nashville Blog
While bouncing around Nashville blogs, I discovered an opportunity to provide greater depth than Top 10 lists and restaurant reviews. I realized there was a need to collate useful visitor information as an alternate route to endless Google searches.
Included are popular topics such as honky tonks, hot chicken, live music, museums, tours and family activities.
I’ve also included information on special events including the annual St. Jude’s Rock’n’Roll Marathon and the CMA Festival.
I couldn’t find an centralized source for relocation info, like how to get a driver’s license or a one-stop source for utilities, cable and more. So I decided to be a good neighbor to the 100 people who move to Nashville every day. Here’s to hoping my posts help newcomers establish a beachhead.
Meet A Local
I’m a native Nashvillian (third generation, in fact), a lifelong resident and a freelance writer with a portfolio that ranges from ad copy and magazine features to sitcoms and PBS documentaries.
I know a lot of about Nashville but not everything. To expand beyond my own sphere of information, a number of friends have kindly added their knowledge in various realms.
A thread that runs through my life is a concern for the overlooked and the overwhelmed. That’s why there are resources here for individuals with disabilities, families with kids of various ages, those whose interests lie beyond boot-scooting and people who want to have non-traumatic entry into life here.
Whether you’re passing through or here for the long haul, welcome! If you have a question, email me: email@example.com.