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Travel South Planner 2017

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29 W W W . T R A V E L S O U T H U S A . C O M In addition to the artwork, the alley features a vintage walk- way made with brick pavers from 1906. Globe lights stretch across the buildings to create a bright, friendly space for evening social outings. Thanks to the city's re- cent "go cups" ordinance, people can carry their alcoholic drinks between the bars and restaurants, mingling along outdoor patios. As a result, many of the bars and restaurants along 13th and 14th streets now have a new front door. With this infl ux of traffi c, one bar owner embraced the change by painting the alley entrance in bright colors and refurbishing parts of his establishment. Along with concerts and oth- er events, the city is also working with Cinema by the Shore to orga- nize movie nights on a projection screen in Fishbone Alley. They hope to incorporate a variety of themes, from family classics like "The Wizard of Oz" to date-night fi lms and holiday favorites. WWW.GULFCOAST.ORG MUSIC CIT Y ROO T S Franklin, Tennessee Located in the thriving mu- sic hub of Franklin, Tennessee, in a former factory building, Mu- sic City Roots brings audiences together each week through the universal language of music. The radio show takes place every Wednesday from 7 to 9:30 p.m. and broadcasts live nationwide on Hippie Radio 94.5 as well as on PBS television stations. Each show features four musical groups that perform in separate segments and discuss their work with Grammy-win- Cour tesy City of Gulfpor t MURALS IN FISHBONE ALLEY

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