Kaliss Stephens sits down to talk with Howard Jones, candidate for Davidson County Senate District 19.
The Nashville Branch NAACP will hold its annual meeting on Thursday, December 14, 2017, 6 PM at Spruce Street Baptist Church Merry Townsend Center, 504 Spruce Street (Rev. Raymond Bowman, Pastor). Members are invited and […]
By Essence Woods Lisa Howell, CEO of Nashville’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce, discusses the contributions to Nashville’s LGBT community. The Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce is the premier advocate of the Greater Nashville lesbian, gay, […]
By Niara Savage The Office of Emergency Management continues to discuss their contributions to the Nashville Community and surrounding areas. The Nashville Office of Emergency Management is the city’s principal agency for both response and […]
The OEM team explains who they are and what major impact they have on the safety of Nashville,TN.
Kaliss Stephens continues to talk with Rev. Sanders on his contributions to the HIV/AIDS community.
Kaliss Stephens talks with Rev. Sanders on his contributions to the HIV/AIDS community.
By Niara Savage NASHVILLE,TN- On Saturday night, Tennessee State University had the honor of hosting the first ever WAKO (World Associations of Kickboxing Organization) combat event to ever be held in North Nashville. Kickboxing is […]
On September 28, 2017 Creswell Middle Prep School of the Arts was granted $20,000 towards the school’s music program. Along with this grant the music students also received new top of the line instruments, one […]
Entertainment Editor, Janice Malone continues her discussion with Tina Campbell about life and her new album “It’s Still Personal”.