Nashville Keeps the Music Playing

COVID-19 inspires Music City to share live streams, virtual experiences and more. It’s the next best thing to being there. During this uneasy time of pandemic, Nashville’s world-famous attractions have closed their doors  and shifted to mostly free virtual experiences. You can still enjoy your favorite Music City artists–and loads of memorials to the late […]

DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE’S INDIGO HOTEL: A MODERN TAKE ON A HISTORIC SITE

Between Nashville’s 3rd and 4th Avenues is the historic Printers Alley. Once home to a young Andrew Jackson’s law practice and stables for his horse, this little back street by the 1890s became the printing and publishing capital of the world. Alongside these flourishing businesses sprouted saloons and speakeasies to cater to after-hours thirsts for […]

THE ULTIMATE CAR COLLECTION: FRIST CENTER, NASHVILLE

You don’t have to be an auto enthusiast to be dazzled by the collection of innovative luxury Italian cars on display at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville. It will just happen. “Bellissima! The Italian Automotive Renaissance 1945-1975” presents some of the finest post-WWII Italian-designed and -built automobiles. Among them are 19 cars […]