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Where to Stay: Thistletop Inn in Goodlettsville, Tennessee

The historical heft of Thistletop Inn strikes me right at the door. Seemingly every bit of this building has a backstory.

Vince Gill talks guitars, grub, golf, and gaining a life after 40 years in the music business

It would be easy for Vince Gill, to quote from his chart-topping 1995 ballad, to “rest high on the mountain” of his forty years of success. Instead, he takes pleasure in the everyday trappings of the life he shares with fellow singer-songwriter Amy Grant.
Newfound Gap

Savor the views on a road trip through eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina

Eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina are home to some of the highest elevations in the eastern United States, rising more than 6,000 feet above sea level in some parts. It’s a favorite destination for outdoor enthusiasts who hike and bike its steep trails and brave its rushing rivers.

Former college football players share their playbooks for game-day fun

The best eats, drinks, and tailgating spots in five Southern college towns.
Five Daughters Bakery

The story behind Five Daughters Bakery is as sweet as its doughnuts

In just a few years, Five Daughters Bakery's increasing popularity has led to several locations across the South, with the most recent debuting at Atlanta's Ponce City Market.
Urban Cowboy, Nashville, Tennessee

Where to Stay: Spotlight on Tennessee’s Urban Cowboy

Everything about this bed and breakfast screams cool—from its location, East Nashville, to the complimentary Belle Meade bourbon it offers at check-in.
Lake Lure

Great lakes of the Southeast

Find your perfect lake, whether you prefer action-packed pursuits or lakeside leisure.
Woodlawn, Tennessee

The Last Homecoming: Michael Knight fondly reflects on family and traditions

Not long after I was born, my grandfather bought a farm near La Grange, Tennessee.
Jack Daniels Tennessee whiskey

6 fast facts about Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey

Jasper Newton “Jack” Daniel was only ten when he learned how to run a whiskey still.

Kenny Chesney talks beaches, meat-and-threes, and Nashville neighborhoods

Kenny Chesney doesn’t sing about the things most people chase, like big houses, shiny cars, and the heady rush of fame. He sings about the things most people actually have, like shift work, two-toned Chevys, and old blue chairs rocking in the wind.

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