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.
By now you have probably heard at least chatter about some of the legal challenges being brought against the LGBT+ community in Tennessee. You might have also heard about some of the “wins” we have had in the past few weeks. We are going to break down all this information and explain what it means to the LGBT+ community.
If you need a break from reality, “The Play That Goes Wrong” is the perfect getaway. Coming to Nashville by way of London, the show is the product of…
The Victory Fund is hosting a Sunday Soiree in Nashville on Oct. 7 at Diskin Cider from 12-2pm. Come enjoy locally brewed cider and snacks while listening to the stories of national and local political trailblazers.
This year marks the fourth year the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival descends upon Franklin, Tenn. From the ground up, festival co-founder and Better Than Ezra frontman, Kevin Griffin, has watched as his baby has gone from crawling to walking, to running full steam ahead.
Tennessee ranks dead last when it comes to voter turnout according to the most recent PEW report. With a voter turn out of only 29 percent, it’s evident…
Jennifer Vannoy has learned along the way that being complacent about the state of the world doesn’t bring about change. It takes action, and she’s doing that by running for office — State Representative for District 34 (Rutherford County).