If you haven’t heard already, the NFL Draft is coming to Nashville. This year, Music City has decided to shake things up a bit, and the city is making a few changes to what football fans expect from the experience. First and foremost, the event is entirely free for all attendees. But, youâ€™ve also got a unique blend of football and music thatâ€™s never been done for an NFL Draft before.
The French Quarter located in New Orleans is iconic. It’s only half a square mile, but one of the most recognizable. Established by the French in 1718, the area goes by another name as well, the Vieux Carre. The translation from French to English meant “Old Square” and was given in the late 1800s. Its location is on the banks of the Mississippi River. This dynamic area is the location of a lot of creativity. New Orleans is famous for inventing jazz and gospel music while contributing creatively to art and cuisine as well. The history is as vibrant as the cultural impact.
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and that means many couples are taking time to plan a romantic getaway. If you’re currently planning a trip for two, there is no better place to look than the beauty of the Deep South. There are many attractions and locations that will spark a sense of closeness that only the South can bring. We’ve highlighted some of our favorite destinations and attractions.
Nashville, TN â€” The Better Business Bureau of Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky has requested Dawn Evans, owner of Sweet Magnolia Tours, to serve as a member on their Board of Directors.
Each year, The Better Business Bureauâ€™s (BBB) nominating committee recommend outstanding business leaders in their communities. Those who are selected and make it onto the Board of Directors act on behalf of the company. They visit business owners and managers to impart ethics into the workplace where both consumer and buyers can work harmoniously through an Accreditation process.
Most of the “big six” cities like Los Angeles and NYC have their claim to fame, but Tennessee holds its own in the music department. Nashville might be home to country music, but Memphis is where musicians came and blended together. There are a number of museums and studio tours in the city that cater to the music enthusiast, and we’ve highlighted some of the best places you must visit!
New Year’s Eve is the final celebration of the holiday season. It’s a time for couples, friends, and families to commemorate the past twelve months and look forward to what 2019 has to offer. Traditionally, celebrations include food, drinks, and a festively good time. If you’re looking for a place to ring in the New Year in style, Nashville has you covered. There are plenty of concerts, parties, and fine dining sure to please just about every taste.
Chattanooga is called the scenic city because of its prime location on the Tennessee River. The beauty of this fantastic town has drawn artists from all over the world who have used it as their muse for centuries. Refined art comes in many forms such as painting, sculpture, and photography. Other applications include design and architecture of which Chattanooga has plenty. In a recent article, Architectural Digest Magazine recognized Chattanooga’s Hunter Museum of American Art as the best-designed museum in Tennessee.
Savannah is the oldest city in the state of Georgia and attracts millions of visitors for its history and beauty. The charming Southern town has a lot to offer its guests. There’s the Historic District that is quaint and beautiful. There are lush gardens throughout the entire area that look straight out of a painting. Close to the water, you can make a quick excursion to add more excitement to an already amazing destination. If you haven’t discovered Savannah before, here are our top recommendations of things to do while in the city.
The blues is a music genre originating in the Deep South by African Americans. Its roots were established in the Mississippi Delta not far where Jazz was born. Unlike Jazz, the blues didn’t become popular overnight. Over many decades, it slowly began to seep its way out of the rumbling shacks of the south and on to the mainstream airwaves. It’s a musical genre steeped in history and has influenced artists all over the world.
Chattanooga offers tourists many opportunities to soak up the beauty of fall. The city is surrounded by mountains and trailed by the Tennessee River, setting the perfect backdrop for viewing the changing of the seasons. There are plenty of activities to get you excited about fall. From hiking adventures to Fall Festivals, there’s something for everyone. As the weather starts to get colder and mother nature begins to change colors, it’s time to escape to Chattanooga for a truly breathtaking experience.