Will We Ever Get Environmental Justice?

I am a proponent of environmental justice.  According to the EPA, environmental justice is the fair treatment of all people regardless of race, color...

Obama Legacy Discussion Set at Vanderbilt

By Kara Furlong  In the final days of Barack Obama’s historic presidency, Vanderbilt Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos will host a panel discussion reflecting on the 44th president’s legacy....

Douglas to Speak at Lane College’s MLK Program

By Robert Alan Glover Part I of a II Part Series JACKSON, TN — The Rev. Dr. Jesse L. Douglas turns 87 this coming August. He walked...

In The Driver’s Seat: 2017 NISSAN ROGUE SL

It seems that ‘Rogue’ is causing excitement not only at movie theaters (new Star Wars film of the same name), but also in the...

Why Some People Will Always Believe Fake News

I have been thinking about the controversy surrounding so-called fake news, much of which has been discussed in connection with the November 2016 elections....

Akrawi Named Member at Neal & Harwell, PLC

NASHVILLE, TN — Blind Akrawi has been named a member at Neal & Harwell, PLC. Akrawi joined Neal & Harwell in 2011. He focuses...

Harbison, Rubenfield Honored for Public Service

NASHVILLE, TN — Bill Harbison, partner at Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison, and Abby Rubenfeld, owner at Rubenfeld Law Office, PC, have been honored...

Meharry Board Chair Announces Retirement

NASHVILLE, TN — After 30 years as Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Meharry Medical College, Frank S. Royal, Sr., M.D. ’68 has...

Nashvillian Turns 105

NASHVILLE, TN — Mrs. Violet May Nicholas, 66-year resident of Nashville, celebrated her 105th birthday with family and friends at home on Wednesday, January...

Police Academy Gets Passing Grade, Nondiscrimination Program Flunks

By Peter White NASHVILLE, TN — A former city councilman and a black businessman met with Mayor Megan Barry recently to discuss what everybody knows...