Nashville Articles

Bank of America's Free Museums Deal Returns

by Elizabeth Brady. Posted Jan 26th 2011 10:15 AM
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Bank of America's "Museums on Us" program will be returning for a 14th season this year, allowing B of A and Merrill Lynch debit and credit cardholders free admission for themselves (after presenting their card) to 150 arts and cultural institutions around the United States. The promotion kicks off the weekend of February 5, and is effective on the first full weekend of every month in 2011.
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Safe and Dangerous Places in Nashville

by Shellie Braeuner. Posted Oct 5th 2010 09:38 PM
Areas to Avoid Nashville

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In many ways, Nashville is a great big, small town. The city welcomes and protects its visitors like few others. Just like any other city, however, there are safe areas to visit, and there are areas to avoid in Nashville.
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Nashville Slang

by Katie Arvidson. Posted Aug 31st 2010 02:00 PM
Nashville Slang

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In Nashville, slang is prevalent, and much of the local lingo heard around Music City is synonymous with general southern phrases. Nashville visitors, particularly those from the North, might want to read up on the local lingo before taking a trip – to many northerners, southern slang sounds like a language all its own.
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Nashville with Kids: A Perfect Family Day

by Shellie Braeuner. Posted Aug 31st 2010 12:40 PM
Nashville with Kids: A Family Vacation

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Nashville is a great place to spend the day with young children. From art to music to parks and plays, you'll have a blast when you come to Nashville with kids. Other than the downtown area, there is little in the way of public transportation, so be sure to get a map. The Nashville Convention and Visitor's Bureau has maps online to help with planning.
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Adventure Activities in Nashville -- Try if You Dare

by Shellie Braeuner. Posted Aug 30th 2010 10:03 AM
Adventure Activity Nashville

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Nashville, Tenn., is anything but boring. Driving past Vanderbilt Stadium with a University of Tennessee bumper sticker might count as daring, but there are other, more interesting, ways of testing your courage in Music City.

Here are five activities we dare you to try in Nashville:
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