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UPDATE 06/23/2016: The ride has shut down again, this time because the motor "locked up," causing a lot of smoke (though no actual flames, as has been... Read More

In Nashville’s West End neighborhood, on a jot of farmland down the road from the neon-lit honky-tonk bars, sits one of the city’s greatest treasures.... Read More

If I learned anything about Memphis in the years since attending college there, it was that the city was famously unchanging. Known almost exclusively... Read More

It’s still more than a year away, but hotels already are selling out as people prepare for the total eclipse happening August 21, 2017. As the... Read More

If you're still struggling to decide what gift will please your mom most this Mother's Day, consider booking a flight with Frontier Airlines and... Read More

Recently, I spent two months wending my way through the American South: Savannah and Atlanta, Nashville and Knoxville, Raleigh and Durham, New Orleans... Read More

There's never a bad time to visit a national park—it's an unforgettable experience, even during the winter. But from the end of May through the... Read More

Nashville is a perennial favorite for travelers from around the world—it even boasts the hard-earned title of Travel + Leisure’s 2015 Destination of the... Read More

My old stomping grounds look a little different than they did when I grew up. In the eight years since I’ve been gone, Nashville has exploded. Thanks ... Read More

The Dancing Lights of ChristmasWhile the concept is hardly unique to the Nashville area, nothing says Christmas quite like a drive-through light show.... Read More

1. Head downtown and get your honky tonk onThe honky tonk bars on Lower Broadway offer live music daily, making them a must-see for visitors and... Read More

Nashville’s music scene is legendary, but those really in the know will send visitors an hour and a half away to an underground club in Tennessee’s... Read More

Dollywood has announced that the amusement park will soon be home to the world's fastest wooden roller coaster. The attraction—which will reach a speed... Read More

Chicago-born, Nashville-based chef Tony Galzin (of the pop-up Sycamore Nashville, formerly Trio in the Windy City) has opened with GM and partner... Read More

If you've ever wondered what a Dolly Parton themed resort would look like, it's your lucky day. Today, the DreamMore resort welcomed its first visitors.... Read More

Watch out, New York. Nashville’s coming for ya.This year, Music City promises to host the largest Fourth of July fireworks show in the country, a title... Read More

"We’re definitely a touring band." Holcomb says, "And we love meeting people from all different places and hearing about their cities and the places... Read More

“When I moved to Nashville four years ago,” says Matt Bolus, executive chef at 404 Kitchen, “there were two or three places to go. Now there are dozens... Read More

When Nashville was coined Music City in 1950, honky tonk and pop country dominated the scene. But after Bob Dylan recorded his milestone album, Blonde... Read More

Still haven't finished your holiday shopping? Brighten someone's Blue Christmas with a hand-drawn guide to Elvis's hometown. The Memphis Map for Elvis... Read More

Celebrity chef Maneet Chauhan is finishing her year on a high note. In addition to regularly appearing as a judge on Food Network’s Chopped, she... Read More

T+L Pick: Nashville, TennesseeNashville, Tennessee has always been home to country music but we’re noticing the rise of exciting, enterprising chefs.... Read More

Q: What can fans expect from I Don’t Dance?A: The new album is very dynamic. It’s diverse in that it mixes all the different types of music that I grew... Read More

Here’s a Nashville story: we’re tucking in to authentic muhammara and makanek near the front entrance at Epice, a Lebanese bistro in the city’s up-and... Read More

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