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Photo Essay: Making Spirits Bright in Nashville

All photography by Kristine Potter When utility technicians visit the homes of customers, they have a unique opportunity to do more than just deliver products and services—they get to meet those customers and their families. This holiday

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Women Veterans Have a Remarkable History in Technology

By Lee Rennick Nashville has a growing female technology community, which i with a long and distinguished history that began with the daughter of an infamous 19th century poet, Lord Byron. But it was a female admiral who brought women out of the

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Checking in with Nashville’s Bunker Labs Chapter

By Justin Stokes Launching a business is no walk in the park. In terms of economic understanding, being a small business owner getting their start might be one of the toughest things out there. It’s a battle with challenges around every corner

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Obituaries: There’s An App for That

By Lee Rennick Recently, Pew Research Center, an American think tank located in Washington, D.C., completed a study on the use of technology by seniors. What they found is that the generational tech gab is diminishing. John Haswell, an

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Saluting Vibrant Communities at the Nashville Neighborhood Celebration

By Laura Pochodylo The first hint of a fall breeze in Nashville brought many North Nashville neighbors out to celebrate Good Neighbor Day on September 30. The Nashville Neighborhood Celebration’s annually rotating festival found a home this year

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