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Opportunity Now Interns Rack Up Digital Expertise in Nashville

By Justin Stokes Last week, we shared an article about the summer workshops and programs that teach Middle Tennessee youth about the value of STEM, from building robots to programming computer code. There's more to vocational preparedness than

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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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In Nashville, Rain Can’t Stop a Caring Community

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 hundred volunteers

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4 Reasons Earth Day is Greener in Nashville

It’s Earth Day, Nashville! It’s that time of the year when we get up, get out, and get green. Nashville may be known for its music, its hot chicken, and its entrepreneurial spirit, but Earth Day is a chance to get to know the greener side of Music

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4 Reasons Why Nashville Could Host the Next Grammys

The Grammy Awards are one hell of a show. Last year was arguably the best show in a very long time, with legendary performances by Lady Gaga, Alabama Shakes and Kendrick Lamar, they certainly gave everyone something to talk about. The show is usually

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