By Lee Rennick Music City Center changed the face of downtown Nashville, but it also converted land that had been filled with old industrial buildings and warehouses that were unusable because they contained large swaths of chemical contaminants.
By Justin Stokes To a man in his garage, the possibilities for creation are only limited to what he can weld, cut, rig, glue, build, and reconfigure. And if that man is savvy enough, he can launch a business from underneath those sliding doors.
By Justin Stokes People saying that “America doesn’t make anything anymore” clearly haven’t heard of the Maker Movement filling Pinterest and Etsy with eye-candy and Christmas ideas for this holiday season. And for just a glorious little
By Justin Stokes Nashville’s gradual transition into a full-fledged big city comes with both sweet perks and some growing pains. Traffic congestion is an issue on every commuter’s mind: it can sometimes double the travel time for what should
By Lee Rennick Middle Tennessee State University took a giant step forward towards becoming a significant research center with the building of their new facilities for the School of Basic and Applied Science and with the creation of the Tennessee