Like many Middle Tennesseans, our family loves visiting the Alabama/Florida Gulf Coast for fun in the sun and on the beach.
When I was first out on my own, I wanted to do something very “adult,” like put some pretty plants in pots on my porch.
The summer calendar, which was pitifully empty the last two years because of COVID-19, is loaded with free fun.
Outdoor symphony concerts have been taking place in Nashville since the 1950s, and now, after a two-year COVID-19 hiatus, the Nashville Symphony’s popular community concert series is back with five free concerts coming up this month.
If you are planning to go to the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center’s wet and wild SoundWaves water attraction, it is smart to wait until the outdoor slides and pools are open because they offer even more water and fun at this $90 million water wonder.
The Ms. Cheap T-shirt Drive is back, with the sixth annual collection of shirts for the homeless community running from May 17 through June 6 with multiple drop-off locations across Middle Tennessee.
One of the things I most look forward to in May is strawberry picking time, especially when I can take our grandchildren on a berry picking expedition.
If you haven’t been to the Parthenon or Centennial Park lately, May offers some perfect opportunities to enjoy the history and see what’s new at this park, which is known as Nashville’s cultural and recreational centerpiece.
Lots of people believe that staying on a tight budget and eating healthy are mutually exclusive.
The Nashville Flea Market is making a comeback, albeit slower than the staff had hoped.