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Five Mansions That Music Made
Rock stars used to carry poor reputations when it came to handling money. Bad managers, bad advice and bad habits often made reunion/comeback tours financially necessary. But that’s all in the past.
Oprah Discusses Partnership With NashvilleNurtures to Provide Food Relief for 10,000 Families
On Tuesday, members of the press participated in a Zoom roundtable conference with journalist, mogul and philanthropist Oprah Winfrey, Tennessee State University President Dr. Glenda Glover, and
Cavallari, Cutler Set Up for a Loss in Nashville
Reality TV staple and jewelry designer Kristin Cavallari and former professional football player Jay Cutler not only have to navigate the terms of their recent split, they’re also staring down the
Socially Distant Concerts Signal a Reopening for Live Music
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The last time bassist Jon Jones played a concert with his country group Eli Young Band was March 8. He hopes to hit the stage again in June to launch a new drive-in concert
Drone Light Show Thanks Frontline Workers of Coronavirus Pandemic
One hundred and forty drones launched up to 500 feet in the sky in Nashville to put on a light show to honor the city's frontline workers.
Tesla scouts head to Tulsa, Austin as hunt for Cybertruck gigafactory location nears end
Tesla officials visited two sites in Tulsa, Oklahoma this week to search for a location for its future and fifth gigafactory that will produce its all-electric Cybertruck and Model Y crossover, a
Nashville Police 'Dismissive' After NAACP President Reports Finding Bullseye in His Front Yard
The killing of Ahmaud Arbery as well as the effort to re-open states despite COVID-19 ravaging black communities has displayed how little America values black life. Now, an NAACP chapter president in
Nashville NAACP head finds target on his lawn: 'It's an act of intimidation'
Keith Caldwell said police officer was ‘flippant’ when he reported finding a target on an easel-like holder on his front yard The Nashville head of the NAACP said a police officer who responded to his
Spin restarts scooter business in four markets
Spin, the electric scooter startup acquired by Ford in 2019 for nearly $100 million, has restarted operations in four U.S. markets as COVID-19-related closures begin to ease. The company has resumed
Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler Are Arguing Over New Home Purchases Amid Divorce
The former 'Laguna Beach' personality is accusing her ex of withholding the funds she needs to purchase a new house.
'It's an insult': Nashville mayor proposes 32% property tax hike amid crisis
Nashville Mayor John Cooper (D) floated a 31.7% property tax increase in his budget proposal this week, saying the city is facing "the greatest financial challenge" it has seen in decades.The citizens
How to Give Your Home a Luxury Staycation Makeover Right Now
Whether you're a frequent traveler or an occasional wanderer, there are easy ways to bring your favorite hotel features into your daily routine.
A Simple Apartment's Kitchen Was Improved Thanks to White Paint and an IKEA Cart
This spacious and delightfully old two-bedroom apartment has wonderful hardwood floors and the most beautiful crown molding ever seen in a rental! READ MORE...
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Country star Sam Hunt on new LP ‘Southside’ and life under quarantine
Country superstar Sam Hunt has sung about being a homebody. But now that the global coronavirus pandemic has forced him to quarantine indoors, he’s feeling a little restless. “It was nice for a few
Nurses, Surgical Techs Pray for Those Impacted by the Coronavirus
A group of registered nurses and surgical technicians from Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee, said a prayer for all those impacted by the coronavirus.
What do studio vocalists do when COVID-19 forces them to self-isolate? They form a cellphone choir and sing 'It Is Well With My Soul,' that's what.
In these strange days of social distancing and self-isolation, perhaps many of us feel very much alone as we try to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. But amid this health crisis, pockets of
88 out of top 200 US cities have seen internet speeds decline this past week, 3 cities by more than 40%
The impacts of telecommuting, shelter-in-place laws and home quarantines resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak are starting to impact broadband speeds across a number of U.S. cities, a new report has
We're Just Not Built for This (and It's Fine to Admit That)
When faced with a life-altering and potentially life-ending crisis—a cancer diagnosis, for instance, or a terrorist attack—the performance of resilience can be an anesthetic; an anxiety-engulfing balm
2nd Ave in Nashville at Night
Daily Photo – 2nd Ave in Nashville at Night In pretty much every city I visit I rove up and down the avenues, taking photos here and there and trying to capture some semblance of a scene from my
Kid Rock Keeps Nashville Bar Open Amid Coronavirus, Despite Mayor's Order to Close
Kid Rock's Nashville bar will remain open despite orders by the city mayor to close or limit the number of customers at public places.