10 Nashville Murals You Must Visit

10 Nashville Murals You Must Visit

And you thought we were only known for our country music?
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Nashville has always prided itself on its music, food and an overall amazing atmosphere. But now it’s insanely talented wall art has taken a hold on much of the culture. There are countless Instagram photos dedicated to showing off the street art Nashville has to offer. If you ever find yourself in Nashville and have some spare time between visiting amazing restaurants and taking in the country music history, stop by some of these beautiful works of art.

12th South

1. “I Believe in Nashville”: 2706 12th Ave. S.

Above all else, visit this mural. It will show off that Nashville pride all of us Tennesseans have and is a favorite to many, including Reese Witherspoon as seen above.

2. Draper James stripes: right across from “I Believe in Nashville.”


3. Flowers Mural: 2900 12th Ave. S, on the side of Green Pea Salon.


West End

4. Import Flowers: off of Murphy Road on the side of the old Import Flowers building.


Hillsboro Village

5. Kay Bob’s Grill & Ale: 1602 21st Ave. S.


6. Dragon Mural: Hillsboro Village between Posh and Pangea boutiques.


The Gulch

7. What Lifts You Wings: 302 11th Ave. S.

An amazingly beautiful 20-foot high piece of art created by Kelsey Montague. The Juice Bar and Biscuit Love are also right around the corner - two great stops for awesome food and drinks.


Downtown

8. Road to the Skyline: on the side of Legend's Corner on the downtown strip


East Nashville

9. DCXV's, “Stay Tuned” Mural: 625 Main St.


10. East Nashville: 600 Main St.


And you thought we were only known for our country music?

Cover Image Credit: www.tennessean.com

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15 Texts We'd Get From Dogs If They Had Thumbs

"If you're reading this, send Milk Bones."
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Let's be real, anyone who has a dog knows that it if we could, we would text our dogs all day long. If they could text us, our thread would look something like...

1. "Are you coming home soon?! Let's go out!"

2. "So not to be weird... but you never ended up answering me last night... Am I the good boy? Idk I just want to be clear on our relationship I don't want to be lead on if I'm not."

3. "The cat is being such a bit** I literally can't stand her"

4. "Hey, just wondering, are you going to wear those black booties tonight? If you are, I'll chew the zipper out of the brown ones instead."

5. "Okay, so don't freak out, but something not so chill happened on the rug..."

6. "Are there any leftovers in the trash? I'm not gonna get into it, I was just curious. Love u."

7. "If you're reading this... bring Milk Bones."

8. "Hey, what's for dinner tonight?! Purina again?"

9. "Miss you!!"

10. "Are you gonna eat that food on the counter or is that for everyone? Asking for the cat."

11. "I LOVE YOU"

12. "OMG, I can't wait for you to come home on break! Can you sleep in the guest room tho? Mom said I could have your room when you moved out. Love u!"

13. "Ice cream date later?!"

14. "We should go for a walk I need to get my ass back in shape for summer. You should be my workout buddy!"

15. "Netflix and chill tonight?"

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What Your Favorite Thanksgiving Food Says About You

What Thanksgiving food is your favorite?

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As Thanksgiving is fast approaching and family members start rolling with loads of food in tow, figure out what your favorite Thanksgiving food says about you.

1. The Turkey

Thanksgiving Oven Roasted Turkey photo by Alison Marras (@foodbymars) on Unsplash

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You are a traditionalist, you are dependable as well as patient. You depend on your dish to be there and you are patient as others argue over dark to light as you know there will be plenty to go around after the mad rush is over.

2. The Stuffing

The Grains of Life Holiday Treat photo by Chelsea shapouri (@thegrainsoflife) on Unsplash

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You are the warm and fuzzy type, you enjoy the coziest of all dishes which can sometimes leave you emotionally exhausted. You believe in true love and if you haven't found it you are still probably looking for that missing Turkey in your life.

3. The Mash Potatoes 

Potato, pattern, shadow and light HD photo by Lars Blankers (@lmablankers) on Unsplash

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While some will consider you basic and they aren't wrong in thinking so but you do occasionally add some spice to your daily planned out routine. The pondering question of to add gray or to not does add a little mix into your life.

4. The Rolls

Yeast buns with jam photo by Monika Grabkowska (@moniqa) on Unsplash

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You enjoy the simple things in life, even the simplest of things bring you great joy and happiness. Fall is full of the little things that make you happy the color changing of leaves, the giggle of a baby at your family gathering, fall is a wonderful time for you.

5. The Cranberry Dish

Rustic Cranberry Pie photo by Food Photographer | Jennifer Pallian (@foodess) on Unsplash

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You are sweet and sassy, when life becomes tart you sugar coat your problems in a way that keeps you from having to deal with them directly. So as the weather begins to get icy think about meeting your problems head on!

6. The Vegetable 

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You are conscious, you feel the holidays are no reason to get crazy and forget all about your healthy eating. You gladly signed up for this year's turkey trot because getting healthy is always a conscious choice!

7. The Pie

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You are quite the rebel whether you show it or keep it in the inside you know you want your dessert first! You enjoy having fun and don't feel like waiting around to have your pie and eat it, too.

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