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Nashville Music Council seeks to leverage Nashville's buzz
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Music City cleaned up at the Grammys. Its artists have topped the charts in multiple genres over the last few years. It's increasingly the destination for A-list entertainers looking for a new home. And Rolling Stone recently named it 2011's "best music scene." Nashville is hot, no doubt. There are those who think it could be even hotter. More

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Travelocity: Nashville hotels a top value for July 4 travel
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If you're looking for a way to spice up your "staycation" or create a buffer zone protecting you from honky-tonk-bound in-laws, you're in luck this summer. Nashville is the fourth-best destination for hotel value over the Fourth of July weekend, according to Travelocity. More

Warhol exhibit on display in Nashville
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The Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville has opened an exhibit of an Andy Warhol collection. The exhibit features more than 220 works and objects, including paintings, silkscreen prints, photographs, works on paper, films, videos and album covers along with objects and documents from Warhol's personal archives. More

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Forbes: Nashville No. 6 for business and careers
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Forbes' 13th annual list of the Best Places for Businesses and Careers ranks Nashville among the best in the country, at No. 6. Forbes gave Nashville strong marks for its cost of doing business, which it ranked the 32nd best in the country. The study also looked at job growth (Nashville ranked 54th) and education (Nashville ranked 64th). More

National Folk Festival coming to Bicentennial Mall in Nashville
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Tennesse Gov. Bill Haslam and Nashville Mayor Karl Dean will announce that the National Folk Festival, which will be held in Nashville in September, will take place at the sprawling Bicentennial Capitol Mall. Nashville will continue to host the annual festival through 2013, its 75th year. More

Frequent flier tips that only the pros know via USA Today    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Travel can be so discombobulating and disruptive, yet some road warriors spend half their lives on planes, sometimes just to collect miles and attain elite frequent flier status. But with the work comes the perks, and that same group knows how to make the best of it, collecting as many frequent flier miles as possible and using the status they earn from traveling so much to their advantage. Here are some of their tricks that any flier can put to good use. More

TSA considers enabling faster security screening at airports
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Long delays and security lines at airports are all too common and expected, but a new program on the table at the Transportation Security Administration could mitigate the situation. More
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