For more than 20 years I've written & edited about startup businesses, finance, Chicago, Nashville, travel, food, dogs, the great outdoors & the music industry.
The scenic Natchez Trace is right in your backyard—
and there’s no time like the present to explore the past.
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Gertrude Crumpton does her homework in the car after school...so that she can get to work at the business where she is CEO.
This modern and minimalist boutique hotel in downtown Nashville is ideal for exploring America's country music capital. The 24 large, self-catering suites offer a comfortable retreat, complete with distinctive Music City touches such as a colourful working record players and albums.
I first went to Big Al's Deli and Catering on the unorthodox suggestion of another chef in town.
Brothers and Nashville natives Ben and Max Goldberg are owners of Strategic Hospitality. In just nine years, they’ve become the go-to team for all things eclectic foodie. From the exclusive, innovative Catbird Seat to the $6 pitcher-slinging Paradise Park, their restaurants reflect the weird and wonderful gamut of food in Nashville.
An all-too-common story: Why a startup should never, ever, ever announce a deal before the check clears.
Keeping teams thinking creatively is no easy task. To keep employees from getting stuck in a rut, these businesses took out-of-the-box approaches to challenge staff to think in new ways. Learn their strategies -- and soak in their lessons learned.
Nashville has morphed from songwriting town to all-inclusive creative hub—and a robust comedy scene is part of that.
A comfy bed beside a sturdy nightstand with a reliable lamp and decent blackout shades form the basics of a decent bedroom or hotel room. But what about when you want to shake up your shuteye?
Here are eight ideas for offbeat places to rest your head:
How one woman sourced inspiration for her high-end textile business from her own father's art.
When Beth Chase started c3/consulting in 2005, she thought she would have “a little five-person firm.” That quickly turned into a Berry Hill–based business that currently employs 125 people and consults for Fortune 1000 firms across the globe. And with that growth, Chase has become one of the city's leading entrepreneurial thinkers.