Hiking the bluffs high above the Duck River. Exploring caves once used by prehistoric hunters for shelter. Paddling a kayak along the most bio-diverse river in North America. Descending to a waterfall
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Monday, February 18, 2019 9:00 AM by Andrew Kyle Saucier
Explore Columbia, Tennessee’s African American history sites in-person to get a grasp on how the city’s African Americans have experienced life and contributed to Tennessee.
The Middle Tennessee
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 3:00 PM by Andrew Kyle Saucier
Valentine's Day in Columbia, Tn
Columbia, Tennessee isn’t just a place - it’s a lifestyle for residents and visitors alike. And for a lot of folks, the foundation of that lifestyle is the collective of locally-minded boutiques,
Columbia and Maury County are a treasure trove of restored, maintained and protected antebellum mansions. Here are just five of the historic properties that bring the story of Tennessee alive - from a
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 1:00 PM by Andrew Kyle Saucier
Get to know the coffee culture of Columbia, Tennessee by visiting each of these unique coffee spots - Muletown Roasted Coffee, Tennessee Coffee & Smoothie Company and Buckhead Coffeehouse.