Set to publish this fall, The Tennessean’s Things to Do magazine will stand as the ultimate guide to living in Nashville. The glossy magazine will be a fixture on coffee tables and kitchen counters across Middle Tennessee, since it will connect newcomers and existing residents alike with information about Music City.
This trove of content will be featured digitally, bolstering Tennessean.com’s existing initiatives, including our dining project and 12th & Broad, as well as our entertainment, business and sports coverage.
Things to Do will be highly visual and chock-full of “best of” lists, pro tips and fun features designed to appeal both the scores of newcomers arriving here every day and longtime Nashvillians looking for information about the latest and greatest the city — and surrounding towns — has to offer.
The content will focus on topics that resonates with both groups, with features on: real estate, dining, Nashville’s growing drinking scene, health and fitness, local travel, sports, faith, family fun and, of course…music.
There’ll be a best of lists giving readers the low-down on the Nashville areas best restaurants, sports bars, music venues, ways to stay fit, family-friendly dining spots, places to visit on a long weekend and even the top spots in Nashville to take a selfie.
Planned new features this year include a pull-out map of the city created by our design team, a social media page designed keep readers connected and Ms. Cheap’s take on the best ways to enjoy Nashville without spending money.
We’ll also take our audience on a tour of the city with roughly 20 neighborhood snapshots, giving an overview of the region’s diverse and eclectic communities. Among the planned snapshots are features on: The Gulch, 12 South, Sylvan Park, Woodbine/Nolensville Pike, North Nashville, Germantown, Brentwood, Antioch, Mt. Juliet, Franklin, Hendersonville, Murfreesboro, East Nashville, Inglewood, Charlotte Ave./ The Nations, Hillsborough/Belmont, Wedgewood Houston, Midtown/Music Row, Green Hills/Belle Meade and Donelson.
This year’s magazine will be a must-read for business owners hoping see their brands on our pages and consumers looking for the inside scoop on where they should eat, drink, play and live.