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In Nashville, Rain Can’t Stop a Caring Community

Story and photos by Justin Stokes You can’t have good summer fun without a little #SpringClean—especially not in an area like Davidson County, where the surrounding beauty can easily be tarnished by litterbugs. On Saturday, April 29, a few

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48 Years in, the Nashville Film Festival Explores New Paths Ahead

By Justin Stokes There are a lot of great reasons to be in Nashville this week. One of those many reasons is the 2017 Nashville Film Festival, which kicked off on Thursday, April 20. In its 48th year, the festival that started back in 1969 as

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With Gigamunch, Explore the Hidden World of Homemade Cooking

By Justin Stokes Nashville has seen a few additions to the options on the menu for bon vivants wanting a new taste. Apps for organizations like the Nashville Originals dining aggregate and the Nashville Food Truck Association let food freaks know

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Inside the Plans to Open Up Nashville’s Streets

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

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Music Row Needs to Be Valued and Protected

Anyone who’s explored Nashville’s famous Music Row knows that there’s no better way to understand the city’s cultural identity. According to a new proposal from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the local Music Industry Coalition

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