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Lane Motor Museum 10 Years Strong! page 18 T.J. Martell Foundation page 21 Where To Eat in Nashville page 23


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Table of Contents Coupons....................................................................................Page 4 Shopping Malls.......................................................................Pages 6 Taxi Partners........................................................Pages 8,13,19, & 27 Around Nashville...................................................................Pages 9 Crossword Puzzle...................................................................Page 12 Events Calendar......................................................................Page 15 Nashville Map Guide.....................................................Pages 16-17 Off The Beaten Path...............................................................Page 18 A Worthwhile Cause..............................................................Page 21 Nashville Facts........................................................................Page 23 Jeet Yet?............................................................................Pages 24-25 Emergency Information.........................................................Page 29 The Cab Mag Staff & Contact Information Editor-In-Chief: Kyle J. KasaKaitas Senior Editor: Michael Coleman Director of Sales: Megan Hull Photography: Alissa Anne Photography

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Shopping Simply put, Hill Center of Belle Meade has the stuff you can’t find anywhere else in Nashville. Let’s start with fashion. For the latest trends and coolest styles, you’ll love Anthropologie, J. McLaughlin, Jigsaw, Billy Reid, Johnston and Murphy, Merrell Footwear and Life is Good. For extra-special finds for women, don’t miss Francesca’s, H. Audrey, Two Elle, Hemline, Monkee’s and Posh Boutique.

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.

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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Find impressive savings at Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Eddie Bauer, Gap Outlet, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Samsonite, Tommy Hilfiger, Van Heusen and 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.

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See The Largest European Car Collection In The United States!

Just 3 Miles from Downtown Nashville With Over 150 Cars & Motorcycles On Display! Open Thursday-Monday from 10am-5pm (closed Tuesday & Wednesday) Youth (6-17)-$3; Seniors (65+)-$6; Adults (18-64)-$9; Age 5 & Under- Free 702 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville, TN, 37210 | 615-742-7445 | LaneMuseum.org

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, Yellow Cab, and Kwik 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. Ride... and Discover!

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Around Nashville American Music City Taxi (615) 865-4100 - Nashville (615) 373-4950 Brentwood (615) 790-9903 Franklin musiccitycab.com

Miss Jeanne’s Mystery Dinner Theatre 2416 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN (615) 902-9566 www.missjeannes.com

Best Western Franklin Inn 1308 Murfreesboro Rd. Franklin, TN 37064 (800) 251-3200 www.bwfranklintn.com

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

Country Inn and Suites 590 Donelson Pike Nashville, TN US (615) 874-8040 countryinns.com

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

Country Music Hall of Fame 222 5th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 416-2001 countrymusichalloffame.org

Rodizio Brazilian Steakhouse 166 2nd Ave. North Nashville, TN 37201 (615) 730-8358 rodiziogrill.com/nashville

Coyote Ugly Saloon 154 2nd Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 (615) 254-UGLY coyoteuglysaloon.com

Schermerhorn Symphony 1 Symphony Place Nashville, TN 37201 (615) 687-6500 nashvillesymphony.org

Grayline of Tennessee 2416 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 (615) 883-5555 graylinetn.com

The Melting Pot 166 2nd Ave. North Nashville, TN 37201 (615) 742-4970 meltingpot.com/nashville

Kwik Cab Nashville Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 934-0777 kwikcabnashville.com

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

Lane Motor Museum 702 Murfreesboro Pike Nashville, TN 37210 (615) 742-7445 lanemotormuseum.org

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

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Crossword Puzzle n answers2o1

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ACROSS 4 Being managed by this company makes Opryland Resort a bigger draw for conventions

DOWN 1 The name Tennessee is derived from what native language? 2 Nashville’s “Honkey Tonk Row” is on this street

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This “Gary” won an Oscar for his por- trayal of the TN war hero Alvin York

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This park boasts the Parthenon, picnic areas, and walking trails

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Andrew Johnson became what after Lincolns assassination?

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Second most visited home in the country

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Nashville neighborhood known for trendy shops and restaurants

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Most popular color for a taxicab

10 TN soldiers were called this because of the tan color of their uniforms during the Civil War 12 Want to see your wife shake it on the bar? Go to this “Ugly” establishment 13 How many states border Tennessee? 16 Richest County in TN 17 Hattie Caraway was the nation’s first woman what?

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11 If a friendly wait staff is what you’re looking for, this restaurant should be your “Last Resort” 14 More National Guard soldiers were de ployed from TN during this war, than from anyother state. 15 Architect William Strickland is buried in the walls of this building

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Justin Timberlake Bridgestone Arena

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CMA Country Christmas Bridgestone Arena

Dane Cook Ryman Auditorium 9th Annual Franklin Wine Festival The Factory at Franklin Oktoberfest Nashville Original German Festival Hugh Laurie

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Southern Live Idea House Tour Run

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Music City Roots Loveless Barn Run

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SPAMALOT Street Theater, Nashville

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We Will Rock You 11/15/13 - 11/17/13

Nashville International Auto Show Music City Center

A Tribute to Patsy Kline with Mandy Barnett

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Rudolph’s Red Nose Run LP Field

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Radio City Rockettes Christmas Spectacular Grand Ol Opry Gray Line Christmas Tours

Martina McBridge: The Joy of Christmas Ryman Auditorium Jim Breuer Zanies Comedy Showcase

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ICE! featuring Frosty The Snowman Gaylord Opryland Resort

Keb’ Mo’s Monday Night Blues Show Fontanel Mansion

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Schermerhorn Symphony Center

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Jersey Boys Tennessee Performing Arts Center

Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars LP Field

Tennessee Performing Arts Center

Schmerhorn Symphony Center

Cheekwood Botanical Gardens Run

“Reba: All The Women I Am”

Country Music Hall of Fame

Katt Williams

Historic Germantown - 7th Avenue

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It’s A Wonderful Life Towne Center Threatre Brentwood Trans-Siberian Orchestra 2013

Bridgestone Arena

A John Waters Christmas War Memorial Auditorium Nashville Predators vs. San Jose Sharks Bridgestone Arena Tennessee Titans vs. Arizona Cardinals LP Field John Test Big Band Christmas

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12/19/13 - 12/21/13 Christmas with Amy Grant & Vince Gill Schermerhorn Symphony Center Music City Bowl LP Field

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Off The Beaten Path

Lane Motor Museum Celebrates 10 Years Lane Motor Museum in Nashville is home to the largest collection of European cars in the United States and exhibits an unusual mix of cars and motorcycles that includes prototypes, three-wheeled cars, propeller-driven cars, amphibious vehicles and many other automotive experiments from around the world. The goal of this museum is simple: to preserve automotive history for future generations to enjoy. Jeff Lane established the foundation for the museum in 2002. After a year of restoration to the building, the museum opened to the public in October of 2003. An auto enthusiast since childhood, Lane com4 pleted his first restoration project, a 1955 MG Lane Motor Museum TF, when he was just a teenager. From there 702 Murfreesboro Pike he developed his obsession with automobiles Nashville, TN 37210 into a large personal collection that eventually 615-742-7445 grew into the basis of the museum’s collection. www.lanemuseum.org Open: Thurs-Mon, 10am-5pm (closed Tues/Wed) Admission:

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$9 Adults $6 Seniors (65+) $3 Youth (6-17) Ages 5 & Under are Free

On any given day there are typically 150 cars and 30 motorcycles on display though their collection has grown to over 380 and the exhibits are rotated frequently. An on-site shop works on restoration projects and maintenance as the museum works to keep the vast majority of their cars in running condition. TheCabMag.com


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A Worthwhile Cause

The T.J. Martell Foundation is the music industry's largest foundation that funds innovative medical research focused on finding cures for leukemia, cancer and AIDS.

PARTY FOR A CURE!

BATTLE FOR THE BONES OCT. 31st Halloween at Losers! Country music’s hottest artists perform their favorite classic cover songs! Special guest appearances, costumes encouraged. All money raised benefits the FTL Sarcoma Research Fund. Tickets: $20

Light Up the Night:

NOV. 15, 7pm Nothing like a cool fall night hanging around the bonfire with cold beer, good wine and a southern supper. Presented by C.U.R.E.S. Society Tickets $15

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Plaza Party at Bridgestone Arena before the Predators take on the Flyers. Lots of family friendly, pre-game activities. Sponsored by Dunkin Donuts & the Nashville Predators. 4pm—7pm. Free: Donations Accepted Visit www.tjmartell.org or visit us on Facebook for more information

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Nashville Facts

Scores for popular shows like “Regis & Kelly,” Animal Planet, and “The Today Show,” were created on Music Row Brenda Lee’s “Rockin’ around the Christmas tree” was recorded right here in Nashville

Retired Captain William Driver gave the U.S. flag the nickname “Old Glory” in 1831. He is buried in city cemetery.

Elvis’ gold Cadillac and piano aren’t in Memphis….they’re in the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum Roy Rogers is the only recording artist elected in the Hall of Fame twice

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Jeet Yet? (did you eat yet?)

9 Watermark Restaurant features a menu distinctive to Nashville with its culinary emphasis on exceptional classically prepared Southern product with warm, professional service. The regularly changing menu highlights the best of each distinct season in conjunction with the finest seafood, game and beef available in the world. The restaurant design and decor integrate the building’s historic renovation and stylistic construction, emphasized by the expansive, light filled windows and view of the city skyline. www.watermark-restaurant.com 10 Noshville Delicatessen boasts a simple goal: to prepare and serve the highest quality New York style delicatessen food in a friendly comfortable atmosphere. Noshville’s owners traveled from coast to coast with a mission in hand to collect the components of the finest delicatessens anywhere in the county and unite them in a total unforgettable experience. Check your cares at the door, order with reckless abandon and indulge your yourself in the life that is Noshville. www.noshville.com 11 Mellow is a state of mind...a culture, a way of being; and its all wrapped up at Mellow Mushroom. With delicious food in a fun and creative environment and masters in the classic southern pizza. From humble roots, born out of the free-wheelin hippy culture of the 1970’s. The Mellow founders dreamed of a world where happiness could be found in the simplest things; like a mouthwatering slice of pizza and an ice cold beer. www.mellowmushroom.com

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12 In a city known for putting up platinum food as well as platinum records, Nashville has a bounty unique, exciting and diverse dining options, including Nashville’s newest hit; Urban Grub. Stuffy, upscale is out...ethnic, healthy, causal and pick-up is what makes Urban Grub the next big thing. The menu is a combination of southern traditions with a “flavored up tweak,” fresh fish and seafood, fresh shucked oysters, smoked and grilled meats and vegetables, and cantina style handhelds. www.urbangrub.net 13 A Nashville landmark since 1991 South Street Original Smokehouse, Crab Shack and Authentic Dive Bar is known for their famous “Southern Urban Cuisine,” but also for the lively open-air atmosphere. People from all around come to sit in the convertible, open air restaurant and enjoy the plentiful portions of great eats. South Street now features the “Tree House Oyster Bar” upstairs where you step up, enjoy the open-air breeze in a perfect hideaway. Fresh Oyster shucked while you enjoy a refreshing beverage. www.pansouth.net/southstreet

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