This city of 62,000 halfway between Charlotte and Atlanta took a huge hit when its bustling textile manufacturing industry moved overseas in the 1960s. A decade later, then-Mayor Max Heller, a Holocaust refugee from Austria, set about infusing downtown with a European flavor, encouraging foot traffic, shops, and sidewalk cafes. The revitalization started in the 1980s with the construction of a Hyatt Regency and hasn’t stopped since.
Nashville is the country music capital of the world. Some of the biggest names in the industry got their start in this famed southern town. Whether you’re walking along Music Row or catching a show at the Grand Ole Opry, there is always something to do in the capital of Tennessee. Pack No Nashville look […]