Life and Travel

Enjoy Some of the World’s Greatest Musicians @ 33rd Annual North Carolina Jazz Fest
By February 7, 2013 3 Comments Read More →

Enjoy Some of the World’s Greatest Musicians @ 33rd Annual North Carolina Jazz Fest

Wilmington, NC – On Thursday, one of the largest traditional jazz festivals in the Southeast kicks off in Wilmington, North Carolina as some of the world’s greatest musicians descend on the Hilton Riverside Ballroom for the 33rd Annual North Carolina Jazz Fest. The three day event will include a world-renowned all-star lineup including such greats […]

Step Back in Time for Valentine’s Day Aboard the Southern Railroad
By February 5, 2013 9 Comments Read More →

Step Back in Time for Valentine’s Day Aboard the Southern Railroad

Oak Ridge, TN – Step back in time to the golden age of American rail travel in one of the more unique and romantic Valentine’s Day ideas we’ve seen. The Southern Appalachia Railroad Museum is once again offering their exclusive Valentine’s Dinner Trains aboard the fully restored ‘Secret City Scenic Excursion Train,’ pulled by a […]

Tennessee: Bride of Christ Women’s Conference
By February 1, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Tennessee: Bride of Christ Women’s Conference

Nationally recognized speaker and author, Rosemary Fisher, brings a one-of-a-kind Christian women’s event to Tennessee.  PHOTOGRAPHY BY: Bride of Christ Conference WRITTEN BY: Southern Guide to Life Columbia, TN – Nationally recognized speaker and author, Rosemary Fisher, brings a special Christian women’s event to Middle Tennessee with the Bride of Christ Conference, February 8th, 2014.  The event […]

41st Rugby Village Pilgrimage @ Historic Rugby, TN
By September 26, 2012 3 Comments Read More →

41st Rugby Village Pilgrimage @ Historic Rugby, TN

 Rugby, TN – Nestled in the rural mountains of North West Tennessee is a small town that has been spared the ravaged of time for more than a 130 years, due in large part to a handful of dedicated men and women.  The National Trust calls Historic Rugby one of the most authentically preserved villages […]

See Shadow People @ Waverly Hills Sanitarium
By September 21, 2012 5 Comments Read More →

See Shadow People @ Waverly Hills Sanitarium

Why visit a fake “haunted house” this Halloween when you can spend time in a real haunted location? Famed as one of the most haunted sites in America, Waverly Hills Sanitarium has been the backdrop for numerous ghost hunting television shows, including ‘Ghost Hunters’ and ‘Ghost Adventures’. It has twice been the site of ‘Ghost […]

10 Things Your Mamma Never Taught You About Beauty
By August 30, 2012 1 Comments Read More →

10 Things Your Mamma Never Taught You About Beauty

From how to prolong your manicure to how to lose 15 pounds with just a change of clothes, these are the things you wish your Mama had told you. 1. Take your own nail polish to the manicurist Manicures are expensive.  There is no need to rush to the salon ever time you chip a […]

June Festivals: Tennessee
By May 24, 2012 7 Comments Read More →

June Festivals: Tennessee

Summer is a time for road trips and family fun.  Throughout the summer we will be bringing you the events, happenings and festivals throughout the South that your family may enjoy.         

Ask Eileen: Being a Good Party Guest
By May 20, 2012 6 Comments Read More →

Ask Eileen: Being a Good Party Guest

Question: Our new neighbors threw a nice dinner party and invited us.  I brought a hostess gift and thanked them before we left, but my mother-in-law says that I should send them a thank you card.  Isn’t that a bit much nowadays? Answer: Honey, impeccable manners never go out of fashion.  It really depends on […]

Meet a Tyrannosaurus Rex @ Dinosaur World
By May 17, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Meet a Tyrannosaurus Rex @ Dinosaur World

If you have traveled the I65 corridor through Kentucky you have surely passed that life-sized replica of a Dinosaur and wondered whether it was some kind of lawn art or advertisement for some weird road-side-attraction. But, Dinosaur World’s third prehistoric park, located in Cave City, Kentucky is far more than a road-side-attraction.  Think more Dinosaur […]

Come Nose to Nose with a Silverback Gorilla @ Louisville Zoo
By May 17, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Come Nose to Nose with a Silverback Gorilla @ Louisville Zoo

In the Gorilla Sanctuary at the Louisville Zoo, it’s not so much the Gorillas on exhibit as the people. Specially designed panes of glass provide the only separation between a troop of Western Lowlands Gorillas and the humans who come to visit. This four acre forest exhibit is lauded as one the best Gorilla exhibits […]

Pet a Kangaroo @ Kentucky Down Under
By May 15, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Pet a Kangaroo @ Kentucky Down Under

Memorial Day begins the unofficial start of summer. With fuel prices soaring and constant economic grumblings, more and more people are choosing to spend their summers closer to home. With that in mind, we begin our series,   90 Days of Summer.  This series will bring you exciting, unique and incredible summer experiences in the south […]

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