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Nashville New Years Has a New Ring To It

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For the first time ever, Nashville’s New Year’s Eve party won’t be held downtown, but at the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. The event even has a new name, ” Jack Daniel‘s Music City Midnight: New Year’s Eve in Nashville.” Event producers believe this new location will allow for more security and safety as well […]

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Merry, Merry Music City

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  With Thanksgiving around the corner, it’s not too early to get in the holiday spirit. The Music City will make your Christmas season even merrier with all it’s local events. Naturally, the Music Capital has a number of live music shows to keep you entertained, however you can also find a variety of non-musical […]

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Wine Down to Support the Boys & Girls Club

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This weekend Franklin is kicking off the holiday season with it’s top charity event, Wine Down Main Street. Supporting the Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee, this event raises more than any other fundraiser in Williamson County. On Saturday, Nov. 5th from 7:00pm-10:00pm, live music will fill the streets of downtown Franklin. And with over […]

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Nashville Fun Fall Festivals

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With the crisp fall weather and the beautiful change in foliage, Autumn in Tennessee is hard to beat. It’s a perfect opportunity to spend a little time outside enjoying a few festivals that Nashville has to offer. We found a list of fifteen food, craft, music and cultural festivals listed on the Nashville Visitor and Tourism […]

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Nashville Lands Among America’s “Hottest” Zip Codes

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Nashville finds itself among the nation’s hottest zip codes in a recent annual report from realtor.com®.  The Nashville zip code, 37214, encompasses the areas of Central Nashville and part of Brentwood, lands 15th on the list. The report was compiled based on average days on market as well as how often homes for sell were viewed online. […]

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Virago- Brunching With a View

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There is only one more month to encounter one of Nashville’s most unique brunch experiences. Virago, a well known favorite Japanese restaurant and sushi bar, has recently opened their rooftop patio for brunch only during the months of September and October. With some of the best views of the city paired with creative culinary delights, this is […]

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Marine Week In Nashville!

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Nashville has the honor this year of hosting Marine Week, beginning today, Sept. 7th. This 5 day event kicks off downtown with an Opening Ceremony hosted by Nashville Mayor, Megan Barry. This year’s theme of Marine Week, to play off Nashville’s rich musical history, is “Nashville Has a Backstage Pass.” Marine Week will include free events […]

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Live on the Green Concert Series Concludes This Weekend

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One of Nashville’s favorite live music events, Live on The Green, is concluding this week. The summer series, presented by Lightning 100, has been held every Thursday night since August 11th, and will end with a 3 day finale this weekend. Located at Public Square in Downtown Nashville, this festival has been a growing local favorite […]

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Nashville Recognized for Fastest Growing Salaries

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    Nashville recently made Forbes‘ list of top cities with the fastest growing salaries for 2016. These cities were picked based on recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for wage growth during the years of 2014-2015. According to Forbes’ List, Nashville is the second top city for salary growth, with wage growth […]

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Tomato Art Fest Tops Weekend Events

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If you are looking for something unique to do this weekend, then head over to East Nashville for the beloved Tomato Art Fest. The festival debuted in 2004 when owners of the Art and Innovation Gallery planned a series of events to promote an art show celebrating the summer tomato. Now, 12 years later, it has […]

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