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Pack your palate for culinary getaways    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
If you're looking for a trip where food is just as important as hotel and nightlife, Nilou Motamed, features director for Travel + Leisure magazine, suggests some destinations that offer culinary delight. Nashville's Catbird Seat Restaurant is highlighted in this segmented along with the state being recognized as a favorite destination for barbecue. More

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Feeling Nashville's pull
Nashville Ledger    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
There is a widely-held belief that an influx of folks from outside the United States is what caused Nashville-area population to swell over the past 30 years or so. That is not entirely correct. Three decades ago, the population of the multicounty metropolitan statistical area of Nashville, which includes Davidson and surrounding counties, was about half its current size. A 1990s boom saw tremendous growth and that influx continued to grow into the new millennium, and still does. More

Where Nashville ranks with travelers
The Tennessean    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Travel + Leisure magazine has released its 2011 list of America's Favorite Cities. Find out what high and low rankings Nashville received and where Music City stacks up against Memphis, Tenn., Austin, Texas, and Atlanta. More

Nashville braces for major influx of apartment buildings
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In the mid-1990s — long before dirt was moved for his Viridian and Encore condominium towers — Tony Giarratana held a vision at which many locals likely scoffed. The Nashville-based developer strongly believed downtown needed a high-rise apartment building — despite the city's having seen, for years prior, minimal construction of large-scale rental residential buildings within four miles of the central business district. More

Short lines, few headaches at Nashville International Airport
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Travelers reported short lines and few headaches at Nashville International Airport recently, a day known as one of the busiest travel days of the year. "I was real surprised actually," said Nikina Johnson as she left for a business trip to Washington D.C. More

How Populous scored Nashville's ballpark sites
Nashville Business Journal    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
After reviewing eight possible sites for a new Nashville Sounds Ballpark, stadium consultant Populous has narrowed it down to three possible locations. Click here to learn more and get the breakdown of what the 204-page feasibility study had to say about the top picks regarding key issues like urban design, transportation, cost and other factors.

Nashville Opera gears up for Ruggiero Leoncavallo's tale of betrayal and recrimination
Nashville Scene    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
While a staple of the repertoire, "Pagliacci" doesn't typically make it on opera critics' top 10 lists. Though it may be dwarfed in scope and range, Ruggiero Leoncavallo's 1892 tale of bitter betrayal and bloody recrimination still represents opera at its dramatic heights. Nashville Opera's 2011-2012 season continues with its first mounting of this finely crafted jewel since 2003. More

Peter Cooper on music: Lower Broadway revivalist Greg Garing returns to Nashville
The Tennessean    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Greg Garing just moved back to Nashville, and upon entering the city limits, he was not met by the entirety of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce, each member bearing roses and showering thanks and praise. Too bad. A missed opportunity. While city officials ponder $26 million in renovations for LP Field, so fans can watch the Titans miss the playoffs on even bigger video screens, someone should be making a fuss over Garing, one of the prime factors in getting Lower Broadway bustling again after falling into disrepair in the 1970s and 1980s. More
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