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  • Getting Glam, Nashville Style

    Nashville is one funky place. On any given corner you’ll see tourists in concert garb standing next to a casually-dressed Oscar winner or supermodel. Stroll through Hillsboro Village where upper-crust Vanderbilt co-eds snap up bohemian clothing and jewelry beside devotees like Taylor Swift or Kacey Musgraves at Pangea.  Rolling hills are everywhere, but hillbilly looks are a thing of the past. This town has serious style that’s driven by celebrity, but accessible to all.  Read more »

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  • Hatch Show Print hosts grand opening celebration this weekend

    One of the most iconic institutions in Nashville, Hatch Show Print has certainly gotten around town in the last 134 years, recently moving to its sixth location from the Broadway location it occupied for the last 20 years. The new facility between the new Omni Nashville Hotel and the Country Music Hall of Fame maintains its roots while offering new and more in-depth experiences for visitors.  Read more »

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Nashville is a city of music, parks and history, so naturally there are plenty of things to do and see. If you are here for the music, there are plenty of attractions to fulfill the need when taking a break from the shows. With the legendary Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium and Grand Ole Opry all located here, visitors of all ages can explore the roots of Nashville's world-famous music scene. Historic sites unrelated to music also abound, with Andrew Jackson's plantation home "Hermitage" leading the way. Museums showcase artwork, provide opportunities to experience the history of the area, and offer botanical gardens. The "City of Parks" also offers plenty of choices for an escape to nature, whether a quiet picnic or invigorating run. Centennial Park features a full-size replica of the Greek Parthenon, built in 1897 for the Centennial Exposition; this local landmark now houses the city art museum. Before the kids tire of museums, take them to the Adventure Science Center, which has plenty of fun hands-on exhibits. Kids will also enjoy the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, especially when they see the giant playground called the "Jungle Gym."



- Nashville Expert Paige Crutcher