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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Meet the Pitch-Perfect Entrepreneurs of Nashville’s 36 | 86 Conference

By Justin Stokes Every June, Nashville’s 36 | 86 Entrepreneurship and Technology Conference gathers the south’s best innovators to engage in a series of cross-industry problem-solving presentations and discussions at the Schermerhorn Symphony

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Veteran Entrepreneurs Pitch Community Betterment in Nashville

By Justin Stokes As high schoolers and college students are prepping for a summer’s worth of freedom, so too are those enrolled in Bunker Labs cohorts nationwide. A national nonprofit that helps military veterans grow businesses, Bunker Labs

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You Should Turn Off the Internet—Just for a While

By Chris Blondell The internet can be a big, scary place. Of course, the online world is a place of knowledge, communication, collaboration and enlightenment. But it can also be a place of deception, theft, intrusion and so much more. Modern

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