Music and antiques meet at the Flea Market on the Tennessee State Fairgrounds.
A hurricane Katrina survivor turned musician plays his music on the Nashville streets.
The Nashville Farmers Market is open 365 days a year.
The Sixth Avenue Skate Park is an indoor facility that gives young skateboarders a place to practice.
One street performer enters Nashville with stars in his eyes; a local transient talks of glory days gone by.
A family bridal shop in Nashville’s Hillsboro Village helps customers find the right dress for their big day.
Celebrities and locals alike take a seat at Cecil’s Boot Shine on 4th Street and Broadway in Nashville. Cecil W. Duke has been shining boots for 44 years.
Life on the corner of Broadway and 2nd Avenue in downtown Nashville is full of characters.
Music majors spend almost as much on music as they do text books at the Vanderbilt Music Library Book Sale.
Kandy Felker, manager of Boots ‘N’ More in downtown Nashville explains how to find the perfect pair of cowboy boots.