The fourth annual OUTLOUD Music Festival returns as a drive-in on Saturday, October 24th. The reimagined music-centric drive-in event will continue to feature a fun, energetic, and diverse lineup with Big Freedia, Avenue Beat, and The Miss Fits featuring Jaidyn Diore Fierce (RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 7), Sapphire Mylan, and Venus Ann Serena with guest host obSINity.
story and photos by Tricia Dewey Already a model of support for his tenants during the pandemic, he’s redoubling efforts to work with Black business
COVID-19 has affected pretty much every aspect of our daily lives. While we’re getting “back to normal” there’s still a need to remain cautiously aware.
Photographer David Duplessis with Tennesseephotographs.com took to the streets back at the beginning of quarantine to give us a glimpse of life during the pandemic.
This year has been challenging, to say the least. With social distancing and wearing of masks we’re able to venture out. However, for healthcare, more and more people are switching to telemedicine. It’s a great option. It not only keeps you safe, it saves time and in the case of myURGENCYMD, money.
We’re in the midst of a very painful time in our country. In the span of several months, we’ve entered into a global pandemic, experienced great personal upheaval in work and family lives, and now we’re in longtime-coming justified civil unrest. We’re experiencing personal and collective trauma.
If you do not have a mindfulness practice or a way to create space around the thoughts that are taking over your head during this time, find your anxious friend and ask them to help you start building a toolbox.
The Tennessee Equality Project (TEP) is sharing stories of LGBTQ people in Tennessee who work in the health field during the COVID-19 pandemic. Their fourth Tennessee LGBTQ story from the front lines of health care during the COVID-19 pandemic comes from Heather Walls (pictured above).