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Coupons....................................................................................Page 4 Taxi Partners............................................................Pages 8,14, & 25 Off The Beaten Path...............................................................Page 9 Shopping Malls....................................................................Pages 12 Crossword Puzzle..................................................................Page 13 Events Calendar......................................................................Page 15 Nashville Map Guide.....................................................Pages 16-17 Hendersonville Map Guide..................................................Page 19 Jeet Yet?............................................................................Pages 22-23 Nashville Facts......................................................................Page 24 Around Nashville.................................................................Pages 27 Emergency Information.................................................Back Cover

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There are many of us who take Taxi Cabs for our daily commute going to and from one place to another. Here are some safety tips, from United Cab, Music City Taxi, and Yellow Cab. Thank you for your patronage, and be safe while living in or visiting… America’s Music City, Nashville, TN! 1. When riding in a cab, make a note of the taxi cab number and information displayed on the dashboard or passenger’s door. 2. Before entering into the taxi cab, make sure that the Taxi Driver knows your destination and is willing to take you to that destination. 3. Choose a taxi cab that is well maintained as this will not only ensure your safety and comfort, but will also lessen the chances of having a mechanical breakdown during your ride. 4. Make sure that you are familiar with the route that the Taxi Driver is taking you. 5. Upon reaching your destination always check your belongings to ensure you have everything with you and nothing is left in or on the Taxi Cab. 6. Taxi Cabs ordered by phone are safer than those hailed on the street. Ask for the Taxi Cab number when ordering. 7. Take only Taxi Cabs that are clearly identified with official markings. 8. Take only licensed Taxi Cabs in which drivers display their licenses.

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Off The Beaten Path The life and legend of Casey Jones and how it all came about is most fascinating and one in which we should all be proud, for it is not only the story of one man’s death, but his dedication to duty that is representative of a people and nation whose adventurous spirit helped mold the America we know today. Casey Jones had a reputation for being one of the best engineers on the rails. Neither he nor his fireman, Sim Webb, knew as they pulled out of Memphis with a train full of passengers that in the darkness of that Southern night a legend was waiting to be born. His famous last ride occurred on April 30th, 1900. He sacrificed his own life saving the lives of all of his passengers and crew. The subsequent song written of his heroism catapulted his story into international acclaim. Today in Jackson, Tennessee the historic Casey Jones Home & Railroad Museum serves as a tribute to the life and legend of Casey Jones and to the men and women of the railroad. So, all aboard for family fun at one of Tennessee’s best visited travel attractions. Featuring Brooks Shaw’s Old Country Store Restaurant, 1890’s Ice Cream Parlor, and Gift and Confectionery Shop - all accented with over 15,000 antiques on display. The Village also includes the historic Casey Jones Home and Train Store, a miniature train ride, miniature golf course, amphitheater, and a selection of unique retail shops. This unique travel destination gives the Casey Jones story accessibility to the American traveling public being located seconds off Interstate 40. Jump in one of our taxi partners for the short drive through the beautiful countryside to Jackson, TN. All aboard!

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Shopping

CoolSprings Galleria is the premier shopping center in the Nashville, Tennessee area and features food, entertainment and shopping for the whole family. It boasts over 150 specialty stores including Belk, Macy’s, Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, Coach, Coldwater Creek, Express, The Limited, Nine West, Oakley, Pottery Barn, Soma Intimates, Victoria’s Secret & Williams-Sonoma. Enjoy an array of food court and restaurant options including J. Alexander’s, Macaroni Grill, Logan’s Roadhouse, Stoney River and many more.

RiverGate Mall is located in Nashville (Goodlettsville), TN and features food, entertainment, and shopping for the entire family. The mall has over 150 unique specialty stores including Abercrombie & Fitch, Aéropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, Bath & Body Works, Buckle, Carter’s, Express, Kay Jewelers, Sports Seasons, Victoria’s Secret, Build-a-Bear Workshop, The Children’s Place, Hollister Co. and Incredible Dave’s, a 64,000 square foot full service restaurant and entertainment venue. The mall also features an indoor children’s play area.

Indulge your sense of wonder and discover the distinctive in the evocative atmosphere of The Mall at Green Hills. Anchored by Nordstrom, Dillard’s and Macy’s, The Mall at Green Hills invites you to enjoy some of the Nashville’s finest specialty shops, including Tiffany & Co, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Juicy Couture, Kate Spade, Sephora, Brooks Brothers, The Cheesecake Factory, plus more than 80 other lifestyle retailers!

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3 What animal can be found in abundance at Reelfoot Lake? 8 This Tennessee born candy just celebrated it’s 100th

birthday.

10 He held every elective office at the Local, State, and

Federal level, including the Presidency of the United States, after the assasination of Lincoln.

11 The Trail of __________ runs through Tennessee. 12 This network airs the hit drama “Nashville” on Wednesday

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hails from Memphis,TN. Morgan ____________.

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1 This Hootie and the Blowfish frontman became Opry

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2 The most popular color of a Taxi in the U.S. is _________. 4 Country music Star known as The King of Bluegrass. 5 The original name of the Grand Ole Opry was

The WSM __________.

6 Who started out as a tour guide at The Country Music

Hall of Fame?

7 In 1812 this became the Tennessee state nickname. 9 How many stars are on the state flag of Tennessee? 15 This singer of the hit song “OMG” is from Tennessee.

16 There are more of these animals per capita in Shelby

County TN than any other in the U.S.

17 Davy Crockett was born in this Tennessee town.

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Area Events

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World Championships of Country Dance Opryland Resort Monster Trucks Bridgestone Arena

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Drivin’ N Cryin’ 16 Loveless Barn Justin Bieber 18 Bridgestone Arena Bloc Party with IO Echo 18 Cannery Ballroom Carlos Enrique 24 Frist Center 24-26

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TN Horticulture Expo Airport Marriot Flea Market Nashville Fair Grounds

Bob Newhart 31 Nashville Symphony

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Arts Appetizer 20 TPAC MTSU vs. S. Alabama 20 MTSU Grand ole Opry 22 Grand ole Opryhouse

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Randy Travis Nashville Symphony

Tennessee-A musical Journey 9 General Jackson Showboat Lady Gaga 10 Bridgestone Arena Queensryche 12 Wildhorse Saloon 13-16

SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament Bridgestone Arena

Main St. BrewFest 16 Franklin, TN 16-17

Goodman Gun Show TN State Fairgrounds

Pajanimals Live 20 Ryman Auditorium Eric Clapton with 22 The Wallflowers Bridgestone Arena Nashville Cherry Blossom 23 Festival Public Square/Nashville Silk Road Ensemble with 23 Yo-Yo Ma Nashville Symphony Center Maroon 5 24 Bridgestone Arena EggstravaganZOO/Bunny 30 Breakfast Nashville Zoo

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A Worthwhile Cause Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee, a state chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, has been preventing the abuse and neglect of Tennessee’s children for 25 years. We believe in valuing children, strengthening families, and engaging communities. We are a family of friends, professionals, volunteers, donors and parents who are preventing child abuse and neglect before it ever starts. PCAT has developed a prevention network throughout the state of Tennessee, and continues to educate the public about the prevalence of child abuse and their role in child abuse prevention. We facilitate the development and support of community-based programs throughout the state. PCAT is headquartered in Nashville with a presence in all 95 counties of the state. PCAT services are available in English and Spanish. When we first met Tasha she was living in her car, pregnant and alone. Through the support of our Healthy Families TN home visitation program a family support worker has walked beside her these 5 years, supporting her in how she parented her children and providing her the tools she needed to build a strong family. Today Tasha is the parent of two healthy, happy children. She continued to work on finding adequate housing and lives in safe and stable housing. She has taken a leadership role with other parents in our program, serving on our local and state parent leadership council and was featured in last year’s “The State of Home Visitation in Tennessee” video. She is engaged, planning a wedding and looking forward to a new house in the country! Ask her and she will say that having a home visitor changed her future and that of her children. These services would not have been possible without the support of Tennesseans that care. In October 2010 she graduated the Healthy Families TN program and continues as an inspiration and mentor to other families in the program. A hand to pull her up instead of a hand out is whatPrevent Child Abuse TN is about. PCAT is holding their largest fundraiser, Snowflake 5K, on December 15th at 9am in Shelby Bottoms Park. If you are interested in participating you can register at: https://www.eventunited.com/Events/Nashville-Sports-Council/7th-Annual-Snowflake-5KRunWalk/Register/Participation use the code RUNNER for $5 off of your registration fee!

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Jeet Yet? (did you eat yet?)

Big River Grille has won numerous awards due to their commitment to using only the freshest and finest ingredients, this restaurant showcases a passion for food with seasonal menus, daily specials and frequent changes to the regular menu. Want the freshest and finest beer? You’re in the right place. With extraordinary regional cuisine, warm and friendly service, and an awesome patio, this is an entertaining experience you will enjoy. www.bigrivergrille.com From their birthplace in Houston Texas, to the heart of downtown Nashville…..Joe’s Crab Shack invites you to take your top off! The top of a delicious pot of crabs and seafood that is. We’ll give you a bib, cause it can get a little messy, but most great, fun things are! With over 25 crab items on the menu, and tons of other seafood, Joes brings the food, and the fun! Come in, eat with your hands, enjoy good food and friends, with Joes! www.joescrabshack.com Just a couple of minutes west of downtown Nashville, on Music City’s “Rock Block” lies the fun Café Coco. Whatever you’re in the mood for, this restaurant, coffee house, and yes music venue has it for you. The charm of this old house turned eatery/venue, has been a secret spot of locals for years. From pizza, to sandwiches, salads, and amazing desserts, this is a perfect anytime of the day stop. Yes, anytime! The café is open 24 hours a day. www.cafecoco.com Who knows great food better than a chef? No one! Welcome to Nashville’s first chef driven restaurant….better yet, dining destination. The Bound’ry Page 22

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Restaurant is located in what used to be an apartment building in the 1900’s, this restaurant has become a staple for Nashvillians who enjoy, better. Visit this beautiful restaurant landmark, learn of our rich history, and become one of the many people, with a Bound’ry story to tell! www.boundryrestaurant.com A distinguished menu, for the distinguished palate. Wild Iris is located in the just outside of Nashville, in the eclectic section of Brentwood, TN. Wild Iris has received many write ups and mentions from area newspapers and magazines. Visit and find out for yourself why this is considered by Brentwood locals their favorite neighborhood restaurant. Come inside, or dine on the outdoor patio and enjoy a very intimate dining experience. www.wildirisrestaurant.com Imagine the perfect setting for entertaining the perfect luncheon. The Pineapple Room overlooks the beautiful manicured west lawn at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens. Whether you’d like to dine inside, or enjoy a box lunch at the picnic tables on the grounds, The Pineapple Room can fulfill that need. Large groups, and specialized menus are available. Whether you’re coming to eat, or to enjoy a self tour of the grounds, or both, Cheekwood is a can’t miss! www.cheekwood.org

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Nashville Facts

Nashville has 54 state parks,15 state forests, and a National Forest

One of the first Nashville pioneers was Rachel Donelson, daughter of Captain John Donelson, who would later become the wife of President Andrew Jackson “The Volunteer State” nickname originated during the War of 1812, in which the volunteer soldiers from Tennessee serving under General Andrew Jackson displayed marked valor in the Battle of New Orleans

Visual Arts is The Frist Center for the rly Nashville’s me for s wa at located in wh main Post Office.

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Around Nashville American Music City Taxi (615) 865-4100 - Nashville (615) 373-4950 Brentwood (615) 790-9903 Franklin musiccitycab.com Baptist Hospital 2000 Church Street Nashville, TN 37236 (615) 284-5555 baptisthospital.com Coyote Ugly Saloon 154 2nd Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 (615) 254-UGLY coyoteuglysaloon.com

Matchless Transportation 254 Spence Lane Nashville, TN 37210 (615) 620-LIMO matchlesstransportation.com

The Turnip Truck Urban Fare 321 12th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 248-2000 theturniptruck.com

Fat Bottom Brewing 900 Main Street East Nashville, TN hello@fatbottombrewing.com

Mike’s Ice Cream 208 Broadway Nashville, TN 37201 (615) 742-6453 mikesicecream.com

Union Station Hotel 1001 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 (877) 999-3223

Frugal MacDoogal Liquor 701 Division Street Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 242-3612 frugalmacdoogal.com

Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce 211 Commerce St., Suite 100 Nashville, TN 37201 (615) 743-3000 nashvillechamber.com

United Cab Company 1040 Murfreesboro Pk Nashville, TN 37217 (615) 228-6969 nashvilleunitedcab.com

Grumpy’s Bail Bonds 117 Union Street Nashville, TN 37201 (888) 303-6247 grumpysbailbondstn.com

Nashville Farmers’ Market 900 Rosa L Parks Boulevard Nashville, TN 37208 (615) 880-2001 nashvillefarmersmarket.org

Vanderbilt Medical Center 1211 Medical Center Drive Nashville, TN 37232 (615) 936-0440 vanderbilthealth.com

JB’s Pour House 4770 Lebanon Pike Hermitage, TN 37076 (615) 790-5925 jbspourhouse.com

Neighborhood MD 2001 Glen Echo Road Nashville, TN 37215 (615) 292-0012 neighbormd.com

Walgreens Pharmacy 226 5th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219 (615) 256-4600 walgreens.com

Margaritaville 322 Broadway Nashville, TN 37201 (615) 208-9080 margaritavillenashville.com

Sylvan Park 2330 Franklin Pike Nashville, TN 37204 (615) 269-9716

Yellow Cab Metro, Inc. 930 3rd Ave S Nashville TN 37210 (615) 256-0101 yellowcab-nashville.com

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Metro Nashville Police Department In an emergency phone 911 Non-emergency use 615.862.8600 http://police.nashville.gov

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