The National Trust for Historic Preservation today named Nashville’s famed Music Row a National Treasure.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — In the 1920s, Leo Lambert thought Lookout Mountain Cave would make a great tourist attraction. So, he set out to rediscover it. Once used as a hideaway for outlaws, refuge for Native Americans and a hospital during the Civil War, a railroad tunnel built in the early…
The Johnny Cash Museum opened its doors to the public in May 2013, features a remarkable collection of Cash artifacts, including the standard concert posters and album covers. But the museum’s collection includes more off the beaten path artifacts.
The Loveless Cafe is a true throwback to another time when weary travelers needed a place to stay and something hearty to eat.
For years, the Montgomery County Courthouse stood as a bleak reminder of Jan. 22, 1999.
Walk down Broadway just about any night of the week, and it’s quickly apparent how Music City USA earned its popular nickname. Music has always played an important role to Nashville and interest in Tennessee’s capital city has buoyed by the success of the TV show “Nashville.” But the city, founded in 1779 as Fort Nashborough, is home to deep history.
The Tennessee Smokies defeated the Chattanooga Lookouts 4-3 on Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013.
The Ana Popovic band performs during the Riverfront Nights in Chattanooga, Tenn., on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013.