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Nashville Walls Project Unifies a Creative City with Street Art

By Justin Stokes What makes a city’s architecture impressive? Is it the design, the color or how the dimensions affect the metropolitan experience? By getting artsy with the buildings in the city, the Nashville Walls Project gives the

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Photo Essay: True Colors Shine at Nashville Pride

Photos and story by Laura Pochodylo For nearly two decades, Nashville has joined the host of cities across the nation marking each June with a Pride celebration. Nashville’s LGBTQIA community converged on Public Square Park in downtown Nashville

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The Tech World Should Be Proud of LGBTQ Contributions to the Industry

By Danielle Corcione Despite how queer and trans communities still face inequalities in the workforce, they’ve made remarkable contributions within the technology industry. However, this isn’t a new fact: the LGBTQIA community has been involved

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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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The Dream of the ‘90s was Alive in 2016

Can you believe that 2016 is finally coming to a close? We can’t. We also couldn’t help but notice that, if you spot-clean your glasses real quick, this year uncannily resembles 1996, just a little bit. What’s the deal with that? Nostalgia as a

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