5 Ways to Protect Outdoor Wood Furniture

5 Ways to Protect Outdoor Wood Furniture

While wood furniture is gorgeous outside, you’ll need to protect it to lengthen its lifespan, or you could face rot and unsightly discoloration in no time. Below are several tips to help your wood weather. Paint A coat of paint is the top way to…

Nashville’s ‘It City’ Status Brings In Things Other Cities Want!

Nashville’s ‘It City’ Status Brings In Things Other Cities Want!

    We have so many things in Nashville that people in other cities would love to have, and with all the growth we’re experiencing, you can expect a lot more soon. More parks, more events and more businesses are just a few of the…

The 12 Best Hikes Near Nashville

The 12 Best Hikes Near Nashville

  No, walking all the way to your local bar does not count as a hike — but these dozen gorgeous, awe-inspiring, Nashville-adjacent trails certainly do… See full story on thrillist.com Image courtesy of thrillist.com

Wedgewood Houston’s Hip Culture

Wedgewood Houston’s Hip Culture

Theres some debate whether to call the Wedgewood Houston neighborhood, whose borders are defined by Houston Street to the north, Wedgewood Avenue to the south, Eighth Avenue South to the west and Fourth Avenue South/Nolensville Pike to the east, We-Ho (for Wedgewood Houston) or So-Ho…

Free Things To Do In Nashville

Free Things To Do In Nashville

They say the best things in life are free, and while “they” have clearly never tried a burger from Gabby’s, they do have something of a point. Doing stuff for free can be immensely fun, and it just so happens that Nashville’s got a ton…

Summer Things to Do in Nashville!

Summer Things to Do in Nashville!

  Nashville is having a hot time this summer and is putting together a soundtrack of everyones summer favorites for Music City visitors. Live music, unique festivals and events, culinary excursions, family fun and new exhibits all combined with summer sunshine and the great outdoors…

Nashville’s parks create strategic edge for city

Nashville’s parks create strategic edge for city

After the final, late winter blast of snow and ice gave way to pouring sunshine and rising temperatures, much of Nashville sought therapy in a Metro Nashville park. Whether your interest is running, hiking, walking, biking, golf or seeking quiet solitude in a beautiful, natural…

Meet the duo who really, really wants the Nashville Sounds’ new stadium to be successful

Meet the duo who really, really wants the Nashville Sounds’ new stadium to be successful

As a duo, Frank Ward, the Sounds owner, and Garry Arthur, the teams chief operating officer, are a study in contrasts. Arthur stands well over 6-feet tall, and Ward, well-under. Arthur, from Vancouver, speaks with a deep Canadian accent. Ward, who is from New York,…

Secret Places You Didn’t Know Existed in Nashville

Secret Places You Didn’t Know Existed in Nashville

Just when you thought you knew Nashville like the back of your hand, it turns out that — woah, has that freckle always been there?? Yes, that’s right, we have some rather interesting Nashville secrets for you to check out and only one of them…

Nashville’s green spaces hold key to its future success

Nashville’s green spaces hold key to its future success

We can’t talk about all that Nashville has to offer its natives, newcomers and visitors without acknowledging the majestic beauty of its parks, green spaces and waterways. Hikes or walks in Edwin, Percy Warner, Shelby Park or Radnor Lake State Park, among others, can become…