Tenants of the building — including Studio A’s high profile renter, musician Ben Folds — were notified that they would receive new least terms soon.
Articles by: Mack Linebaugh
There’s new evidence that the New York Times still thinks Nashville is cool.
WPLN photographer Stephen Jerkins went to Uncle Dave Macon Days in Murfreesboro last week. Here are some of his photos.
The report uses pedestrian death statistics and census data to score and rank the largest 51 metro areas with a Pedestrian Danger Index.
Mayor Dean’s office released artist rendering’s of the future downtown park, including LEED certification-designed amphitheater, garden paths, and “K9 Playground”.
The President strikes humorous notes in a heartfelt video message to Carl Kasell. The 80 year old Kasell anchored NPR newscasts for 30 years. He appears as scorekeeper for Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me for the last time this weekend.
The cause of a massive and sudden die off invasive Asian carp Wednesday in the Cumberland River below Lake Barkley is being investigated.
Construction crews stumbled on the first hard evidence of a Native American salt manufacturing center. The city funded brief archaeological research. Was it enough?
Wayne Brezinka’s multi-media portrait is partly constructed of historical artifacts from the 1860s.
Workers at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky — where a sinkhole opened up last month and swallowed 8 cars — have now recovered one.
This after the school district has caught some grief this winter for closing schools ahead of storms that turned out to be duds.
Google announced nine possible cities for expansion of Google Fiber, and one is Nashville. But is it really as fast as they say?
The collapse occurred before 6am Wednesday morning, setting off museum motion detectors. The hole is estimated to be around 40 feet across and 30 feet deep.
The Metro Nashville Police Department announced early this afternoon that four Nashville businesses are being raided for prostitution, including the Golden Massage in Green Hills.
Supporters and critics of the bus rapid transit proposal will convene for a “moderated discussion” for the first time next Wednesday.
Why McGavock? Speculation points to a recent speech when the President included Nashville on a list of “promise zones” in education.
As President Obama will be in Nashville today, we remember another presidential visit from 40 years ago: a celebration with a side of Watergate.
According to Travel + Leisure Magazine, it’s Nashville’s current crop of “enterprising chefs” — rather than our music — that makes our city one of the “best places to travel in 2014″
When a new street paper called “The Bridge” was first published in Memphis earlier this year, Thaddeus “Theddy” Wilkes began writing poetry that speaks to the plight of the homeless.
Donna McCoy is serving a life sentence at the Tennessee Prison for Women. And last Friday, she donned cap and gown and was handed an Associates of Arts degree by a college president.