Yelp and AXSMap's Accessibility Reviews

Yelp and AXSMap's Accessibility Reviews

What makes a public place accessible, and why should we care, anyway? The answer to the first part of that question is it depends. It depends on the type of accessibility needed, the age of the building, the number of people that occupy the space, and several other factors too detailed to list here. In other words, it's not necessarily against the law for a place to be inaccessible.

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Sweet Tea Vintage Bridal

Sweet Tea Vintage Bridal

Sweet Tea Vintage Bridal is the embodiment of the great things the current Nashville fashion scene can offer not only it's community but the rest of the country as well. But, more importantly, it's owner embodies the spirit of Music City by being a forward-thinking entrepreneur that hasn't abandoned her sense of responsibility for doing the right thing.

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Access To Nashville's Runways

Access To Nashville's Runways

Sometimes access is a privilege. I'm excited that just over a week from now I'll be attending Nashville Fashion Week 2014. NFW has very graciously granted me access to runway shows, after parties, industry panels, and even an opportunity to chat with some of the designers. I have the honor of representing my demographic - women over 40, curvy, and disabled - and sharing my experiences during Fashion Week with you.

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Double Valentines And Other Romantic Affairs

Double Valentines And Other Romantic Affairs

We have a relationship of sorts with the city we live in. Our happiness is as dependent upon what our town offers us as it is in our interactions with the people that surround us. Relationships that remain stagnant are generally destined to wither and die. These days Nashville is courting it's residents with promises of revamped districts, creative entrepreneurial neighbors, quality artisenal goods and exciting entertainment. It's like falling in love all over again, and I'm enjoying the courtship.

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