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The It City is still Music City

Posted on: November 19th, 2012 by grandave No Comments

The “My It City” photo contest is all about showing off the many different sides of Nashville—after all, this great city is so much more than just Country music.

People are bragging on their favorite spots in The Gulch and Second Avenue, as well as showing their love for art at The Frist and local authors at East Side Story. (Show us what makes Nashville great from your point of view for the chance to win tickets to the GRAMMY Nomination Concert!)

But there’s no denying it. The music scene is still at the top of everyone’s “favorite” list in Music City. Just in the past few days:

Find another city that has that kind of weekend!

Here are some other ways to spend a weekend in The It City.

The Turnip Truck in The Gulch

The It City’s locally-owned grocer.

 

East Side Story 

Chuck and Emily love It City authors so much they opened a store dedicated to them.

 

Bar Loie in The Gulch 

Does anyone remember what The Gulch looked like 15 years ago? Now Bar Louie is in the heart of it all with new apartments going up fast in the background.

 

Second Avenue in Downtown Nashville 

On Second Avenue in The It City. Always a good time.

 

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