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Chances are you have passed by the McCabe Community Center a thousand times and never even gave it a second thought. But this community center is a jewel that sits in the heart of Sylvan Park. For just $30 a month you will get access to this state of the art facility. There is a weight room, an exercise room, personal trainers and much more.

If you don't like to workout on your own you can also attend one of the many exercise classes. They have Zumba, Pilates, yoga, senior strength and even a boot camp for those who are into hardcore fitness. But that's not all this place has to offer. Other great amenities include bike rentals, an adult kickball league and so much more. No matter what you are interested in you are sure to find something you like at

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Car ParkingIf you know anything about downtown Nashville you know it can be very difficult to find parking. Sometimes it seems like it is virtually impossible. Below you will find three great options you have when it comes to finding parking in Downtown Nashville.

Metered Parking Spaces

Metered parking just may be the simplest form of parking there is. Or at least it would seem that way. All you have to do is toss in your money and go. Generally speaking metered parking is only enforced Monday through Saturday between the hours of 8am and 6pm. That means any time after 6pm and all day Sunday parking is free. Just be careful as there are a few exceptions to this rule.

Government Parking Lots

All Tennessee government parking lots except for the Metro

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Image Credit: only is Ryman Auditorium about to get a facelift, it is about to get a very expensive facelift. Roughly $14 million is being put into giving this auditorium a new look.


This auditorium is known as the "Mother Church of Country Music". It was originally constructed in 1892. At the time it had a different name, Union Gospel Tabernacle. Unfortunately, the structure was doomed to be destroyed as plans to smash it to pieces with a wrecking ball were put in place in 1970.

Fortunately, country leaders and preservationists in the area had other plans. The only time any renovations have been done to this structure was in 1992. Even then, it was a very small renovation as a lobby was added to the street side of the structure.

What will the

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This month, a new honky tonk is coming up and taking its spot at one of Nashville’s historical places. The honky tonk will be in a 3-floor building where people will get to enjoy good food, genuine entertainment, fun filled activities, great community, and cool music all night.

Honky tonks are some of the most crowded places in Nashville. It just comes to show how these people love mingling with one another, enjoying great food and good music. While there are a lot of honky tonks around Nashville, locals should still be delighted to know that there is another one that just opened in June. This new Honky-Tonk will provide the people of Nashville with the great facilities, delicious food, cool music, and an ambiance that will give you the impression of

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JazzIf you crave that smooth jazz music found throughout Nashville, you need to know where to go. There are many great jazz clubs throughout the city with great music and good food. Here are a few of the top choices.

The F. Scott’s Restaurant & Jazz Bar

The nice thing about this Jazz bar is that you will never know what they will be offering from its menu. It guarantees its customers that every visit is going to be a surprise. Not to mention, while listening to cool jazz music, you can also enjoy the multitude of options for wine.

This jazz bar is located in 2210 Crestmoor road, Nashville Tennessee. For reservations, you can call them at (615) 269 – 5861.

Level 88 Jazz Bistro

Level 88 is different from other jazz bars because they serve a full

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