The ‘Pickin’ is good

Antique Archaeology’s intimate space of American History and the live country, bluegrass and blues sound make for a nostalgic, laid back root beer float kind of Sunday in the South. It’s a small, welcoming walk-through and part of Marathon Village at 1200 Clinton St., Suite 130 right near 8th Avenue South. T-shirts and baseball cap […]

Listen up, music lovers

It doesn’t take much to try and find live music when you’re in downtown Nashville. Weary travelers may not know that a less chaotic, enticing display of musicians lies just a few streets over from Broadway: The Listening Room. When entering the dimly-lit, young-adult-staffed music joint right across from the town’s new Ascend Amphitheater, it’s […]

Down on the farm in downtown Nashville

He was an older man, 60 to 70 years old. His overworked and calloused hands were grasping his homemade apple pie. “These pies were made with the finest and freshest apples of all Tennessee,” he said to his browsing customer, who pulled out his wallet and exchanged his $12 for this divine creation. The creator […]