The Bunker Labs Wants to Know: Are You Ready to Start a Business?

By Justin Stokes In continuance of our ongoing coverage for Nashville’s  Bunker Labs, the accelerator program that targets veteran entrepreneurs is catering to the specific class of post-service personnel who want to continue serving the country

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Welcome to 1979, Where Nashville’s Recording Past and Future Collide

By Sean Brna Welcome to 1979 is the name of a recording studio in west Nashville. However, a more appropriate name might be Welcome to the Only Place of its Kind. It is not incorrect to call Welcome to 1979 a recording studio, but honestly, a

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Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame is a Cyber Sensation

By Lee Rennick Just a few years ago John Long, from Georgia, had the idea for the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame, and Lee Dorman, a Nashville area broadcaster got the ball rolling with the help of several broadcasters from across the state. As the

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Tennessee’s Mothers Of Invention

It’s Mother’s Day, Tennessee! You know what that means? Yes! It means that you still have enough time to grab a card, a few gifts, and prepare not to burn breakfast. More importantly, it means that we get to celebrate just how much we love our

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Get to Know Nashville’s Ideashares, an Inventor’s Best Friend

By Justin Stokes On the notion of working out a great idea, we're going for sort of a hat trick. We’ve chatted with both the folks at IDEAcon – which massaged the brains of attendees eager to make their idea a reality – as well as maker of things

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