Does it seem like the cost of groceries is skyrocketing?
One of my favorite holiday traditions is to walk the Thanksgiving Day Boulevard Bolt along Belle Meade Boulevard with family and friends.
October is a great month for free things to do in Middle Tennessee.
Did you know that Tennessee State Parks is now charging a fee for some of its programs?
Fall shoe alert!
With the cooler weather finally here, it is time to plan some fall walks and hikes with family and friends.
As Ms. Cheap, I am always looking for places to get a great affordable lunch. And so today, I am asking for your suggestions of places in Midd…
I love it when my calendar is loaded up with good upcoming sales, and there are three September goodies that I recommend putting on your calen…
Nashville has so many attractions that warrant multiple visits in a year’s time.
Centennial Park will be bustling throughout September with music-loving crowds enjoying the “September Sundown” series of free Musicians Corne…
When the Martin ArtQuest area first opened at the Frist Art Museum 20 years ago, I was thrilled to hear of a place where children could go mak…
Watching hummingbirds zip around from feeders to flowers is one of the most fascinating nature experiences you can have.
The arrival of fall brings out the coupon books and cards that students and their families sell as fundraisers for everything from band and pl…
An earlier version of this story included information about the Floods of Duds consignment sale, which was set for Aug. 25-27 in Hendersonvill…
These days, it’s easy to spend a bundle on weekend fun.
There is a public free-for-all event Saturday during which teachers, artists and other creatives can get all kinds of cool free items for art,…
Dollar General’s new $5-and-under pOpshelf stores are popping up all over Middle Tennessee.
This year the Tennessee tax-free offerings have tripled — not only including the usual back-to-school weekend exemption on clothing, school su…
Here is something new for us to check out.
If you are looking for an easy and fun day trip, this Friday’s Cottage Tour and Bazaar at the Monteagle Assembly Grounds is a good bet.
Safari Fridays are back at the Nashville Zoo!
I do love Christmas and was thrilled to hear about the Christmas in July sales at our area Goodwill stores this weekend.
Just because some activities cost more than others does not necessarily mean they are more fun.
Thanks to all of you who donated, collected and encouraged the Ms. Cheap T-shirt Drive for Room in the Inn.
I do love a day trip that involves shopping, especially bargain shopping and some good people-watching, too.
Nashville has lots of tours — country music tours, honky-tonk tours, outdoor art tours, historic tours, restaurant tours and more.
When our mother died after a lengthy illness, my brother donated her leftover medical equipment to the United Cerebral Palsy Equipment Exchange.
There are three things that I love about Musicians Corner: