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closeup of parthenon

22 July 2001
[1:30 pm]

High, Lonesome Weekend: We're taking time out from the design overhaul here at BlueShoe to enjoy the 2nd Annual Opryfest Bluegrass Jamboree. Although it was hot yesterday, sitting under a large shade tree listening to the likes of Dale Ann Bradley & Coon Creek, the Dan Tyminski Band, and Old Crow Medicine Show left us delighted and eager for more today. This afternoon, the two-stage jamboree will feature IIIrd Tyme Out, The Osborne Brothers, and Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys, among others. As of yesterday, tickets were still available for the Sunday performances.

18 July 2001
[6:15 pm]

Like the Parthenon in Centennial Park (photo above), we're under renovations here at BlueShoe Nashville. Along with a new design that has not yet been implemented throughout, we're adding new photos and updating all the major divisions. Unlike the Parthenon, the renovations shouldn't take decades--only weeks. So bear with us: when we're done, this guide should be the easiest and most complete for any on Nashville, Tennessee.

Meanwhile, check out:

Free Things to Do in Nashville: Big Band dances, concerts, movies, and Shakepeare in the park--you'll find Nashville offers a lot for free this open-air season.

Nashville Dining: Meat-and-threes, ethnic delights, and some cool coffee houses.

Outdoor Guide: parks, outdoor events, the Farmer's Market, and more.

Historical Profiles

Nathan Bedford Forrest: hero or heel? Find out how this figure from the past is exciting controversy in present-day Nashville.

The War of the Roses took place in Nashville in 1920 in the Tennessee legislature's pivotal battle over the ratification of the 19th amendment.

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