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This Nonprofit Demystifies Higher Education in Tennessee

By Laura Pochodylo For some, returning to classes is a sign of Fall as sure as the leaves changing colors. But for many, the guarantee to be able to attend school, especially post-secondary education, is not a certainty. Only 32.9 percent of

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This Nashville Startup Helps Tour Managers Sleep at Night

By Lee Rennick Is anyone surprised that Nashville entrepreneurs are at the forefront of the intersections between technology and music? In 2010, Brittany Wegusen, the founder and CEO of Kalatech, saw the need for a cloud-based management

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The Time for Technological Classrooms in Nashville is Now

By Laura Pochodylo For many communities, Labor Day marks the end of summer with a new beginning: the start of a school year. Each year is different for students moving up through grades, but each new school year also presents new challenges for

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Life’s a Dream on The Peach Truck

By Laura Pochodylo As Nashville grows, so does one of its most delicious local establishments: The Peach Truck. Founded by native Georgian-turned Nashvillian Stephen Rose, The Peach Truck brings the best of his home state’s peaches on

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Community Solar Programs Are the Future of Clean Energy in Nashville

By Laura Pochodylo Being in the path of eclipse totality is not the only way the sun is making news in Nashville. Nashville’s community leaders are working to strengthen the city’s relationship with the sun and other renewable energy sources as a

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