All in Cities and Small Towns
A stroll along the river is often magical on its own, but when you add holiday displays filled with two-million lights, it becomes extraordinary. Christmas on the Cumberland in Clarksville is the centerpiece of Christmas Celebrations in that city, but there’s plenty to see beyond the riverfront.
When it comes to distilled spirits the state of Tennessee is legendary. While Dickel and Daniels have become household names around the world, some craft distilleries across the state are also making a name for themselves. One of those is Old Glory Distilling in Clarksville which opened in the fall of 2016.
When Tennessee celebrated its 100th and 200th birthdays the people of the state got a couple of great presents that are sure to be around for a long time.
When it comes to colorful places, Knoxville certainly fits the bill. From the golden sphere in the middle of it all to a wide staircase on the edge of Downtown, color is what you’ll find on a visit to the place once called a “Scruffy City.”
Back in the late 1990’s, Hollywood looked to turn Homer Hickman’s novel, “Rocket Boys” into a major motion picture. They needed a place to stand in for Hickman’s hometown of Coalwood, WV. With its old brick buildings, railroad tracks and small town charm, one small East Tennessee town turned out to be the perfect spot.
An 8,000 pound bronzed bell serves as a reminder of what can happen when differences are put aside for people to work together for the common good.
In a city filled with modern skyscrapers and a constantly changing skyline, it is nice to know you can find gems from the past throughout the city.
An expansive historic district, colonial charm and southern hospitality make Savannah a must visit city in the South.