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Technology Drives Transit in Nashville

Transit is a big conversation with the Let’s Move Nashville dedicated funding vote coming up May 1. Since 2010, Nashville’s population has grown by more than 100,000 people. If it feels like your commute time is taking longer, it is. And transit

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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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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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Nashville Tech is Helping Seniors Live Better Lives

By Laura Pochodylo While coding, startups and establishing tech incubators are often terms and activities we hear associated with younger Nashvillians, much of Nashville’s digitally fluent generation is focused on aging. There’s a whole community

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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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