MWCHC to Hold Breakfast Honoring Dr. Matthew Walker, Sr.

NASHVILLE, TN — Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center (MWCHC), Nashville’s oldest non-profit health center, has announced further details surrounding their Dr. Matthew Walker, Sr....

What is a Fractured Tooth?

A cracked tooth can be hard for you to tell for sure if it is fractured.  Cracks can be invisible to the eye and...

Area Basketball Coaches Under Fire

Whenever highly touted teams have disappointing seasons in any sport, college or professional, there are calls for change. Usually that means firing a coach...

Song Suffragettes Celebrate Five Years

NASHVILLE, TN — Recently, Nashville’s all-female, singer-songwriter collective, Song Suffragettes, celebrated their milestone fifth anniversary with two rounds featuring 11 women singer-songwriters and a...

Meharry/Nashville General’s Plan for Treating City’s Poorest Patients

NASHVILLE, TN March 5, 2019 — Leaders from Nashville’s health care, business, political and religious communities—The Indigent Care Stakeholder Work Team—unveiled their vision for...

What is Wrong at the Fairgrounds?

By Peter White NASHVILLE, TN — City Hall dodged a bullet in January when Chancellor Ellen Hobbes Lyle ruled against the flea market vendors and...

Leah Dupree Launches New Tennessee Consulting Firm

NASHVILLE, TN — An established and respected legislative liaison leaves state department to launch a consulting firm. Leah Dupree recently launched Dupree Consulting Group,...

Nashville’s NAACP to Celebrate 100 Years at End of March

NASHVILLE, TN — The Nashville Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will celebrate 100 Years of African-American Activism Sunday,...

Safe at Home Address Confidentiality Program Launched

NASHVILLE, TN — Last week Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett  was joined by members of the General Assembly, advocates for domestic violence victims...

Witcher Selected to Fill University of Tennessee Foundation Post

KNOXVILLE, TN — Kerry Witcher, a longtime University of Tennessee administrator, has been selected as UT’s permanent vice president of development and alumni affairs...

Gentrification in North Nashville

Part 1: What’s Killing Nashville’s Black Neighborhoods? NASHVILLE, TN – Single-family homes used to line the 700 block of 26th Ave N. But several lots are now...

Knoxville’s Race Riot…100 Years Later

By Vivian Shipe KNOXVILLE, TN — In 1919 an innocent white woman was killed in Knoxville Tennessee. Despite the lack of evidence against him, a...

2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan

The 2019 Toyota Yaris is a sedan that offers top amenities such as: exceptional fuel economy mileage, good looks both exterior and interior and...

Big Brothers Big Sisters Honors Volunteers of the Year

NASHVILLE, TN — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee announces their Volunteers of the Year for 2019, Big Brother Gil Hanke and Big...

Dickson Republican Tells House Committee Gutting COB is Best Practice

By Peter White NASHVILLE, TN — Representative Mike Curcio (R,Dickson) repeatedly and mistakenly cited a 2001 National Institute of Justice (NIJ) article when he spoke...

Community Oversight Board Opposing TN General Assembly HB 658/SB 1407

NASHVILLE, TN — The Metro-Nashville Community Oversight Board has announced the adoption of a resolution opposing Tennessee General Assembly House Bill 0658/Senate Bill 1407. Resolution...

Does Eating Healthy Help Your Oral Health?

A poor diet can lead to gum disease and tooth decay.  Foods that are high in sugars and starches contribute to the production of...

March is National Kidney Month: Sisters Attend College Thanks to Their...

March is National Kidney Month, which is a month-long, awareness-raising grassroots effort to spread the word nationwide about the importance of kidney health. A...

Tennessee Temporarily Quiets Skeptics

For much of this season it’s been a dream year for the Tennessee men’s basketball team. In a period when football remains down and...

Music Biz Conference Makes Nashville it’s Home Through 2021

NASHVILLE, TN — Following its largest event in the past 17 years with over 2,200 in attendance, the Music Business Association (Music Biz) has...