Episode 1071

Rebuilding Second Avenue | Episode 1071

Nashville may once more experience a second solar eclipse in one decade. TPAC selects an architect for their new building once they move from downtown, but have they found a location? Plus, the rebuilding of Second Avenue is finally a reality.

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The Rebuilding of Second Avenue

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