NASHVILLE— Kathleen Ervin moved here 12 years ago from the Northeast, drawn to the relaxed atmosphere, green parks and relatively low cost of living.But in the past five years, her commute time
Visiting Off The Radar Restaurants Day 2 The Honeysuckle
One question I’ve always wondered about is who the heck are all these people eating in Cool Springs, who have every restaurant opening with a two-hour wait, and where the hell did they all eat before Cool Springs was constructed and restaurants started popping up like mushrooms in my backyard after a summer shower? OK, I know that’s actually two questions, but they’re really closely related. To a quasi-urban Hillsboro Villager like myself, the concept of driving south on I-65 to eat is utter anathema to me, but apparently there are plenty of folks who have no fear of starving to death in interstate traffic when a bridge collapses again south of town. Click here for the entire story.
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