Why McGavock? Speculation points to a recent speech when the President included Nashville on a list of “promise zones” in education.
Articles by: Mack Linebaugh
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.
Does it matter that this eye-catching feature of Nashville’s skyline will look a whole lot like another eye-catching feature in another town?
Hatch most recently moved into a new addition at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Here’s a time lapse video of the new Hatch getting set up and moved in.
Somewhere between the Riverbend Maximum Security Prison and the John C. Tune airport lies Nashville’s newest and perhaps most cutting edge performance and visual arts space.
163,843 Tennesseans moved to other states in 2012, and 177,098 residents of other states moved here. Where did they come from? Where did they go?
Taking in all of Middle Tennessee on the color coded map, it’s striking to see the education and income clustering south and southwest of downtown Nashville. Both measures drop dramatically outside the cluster.
The plan includes space for relocating the Tennessee State Museum and Archives, room for an existing greenway, a pedestrian friendly 4th Ave, and private housing and retail development.
Taxidermy isn’t only decorating some of Nashville’s hippest bars. It’s finding its way into fashion, design, even cute decorations for kids’ rooms.
Hoge’s anthem of self-reliance was selected by Chevrolet to help it sell Silverado pick up trucks. Now Red Sox fans are using it to show Boston Pride.
Trick or treaters could face some scary weather conditions. Share your ideas of good Halloween costumes for wind and rain.
Nashville Democratic Congressman Jim Cooper cut to the chase in an interview for NPR’s Tell Me More this week, telling host Michel Martin “Most people are actually pretty decent as individuals. The problem with Congress is when we get together we behave terribly.”
The Houston Chronicle reported late Monday morning that Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams has died of natural causes at age 90.
This localized calculator allows you to plug in some of your financial and demographic info and find out if you qualify for an insurance exchange subsidy and how much you might have to pay.
During their concert in Cleveland Friday night, members of the band Old Crow Medicine Show were surprised onstage by Marty Stuart who invited them to become members of The Grand Ole Opry.
The stage could not have been more perfectly set for a bidding war, warned our real estate agent. He was right. All we got out of the experience was… the experience.
Currently in Nashville, you cannot house hunt casually or on your own schedule. You must be watchful, ready to act, like a frog in the grass waiting for a tasty-looking bug to fly past.