The Real Runway Models of Nashville

By: Katherine Foreman

Oh, Hail!

By: Lauren Craddock

Fred Schmidt – King of the Commons

By: Matt Matoh

They Said She Couldn’t Walk, So She Ran

By: Emily Proud

The Loving Pie Company: A Slice of Home

By: Ashley Hayden

The Running Theme in Nashville Tourism

By: Katherine Foreman

Forget the pedal tavern.

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Athens: A Taste of Greece in Nashville

By: Alexandria Hurst

Athens Family Restaurant on Franklin gives Nashville a little Greek to Franklin Road.

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The Real Runway Models of Nashville

By: Katherine Foreman

A behind-the-scenes look into a model's journey through Nashville Fashion Week.

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Oh, Hail!

By: Lauren Craddock

It's like Hell but better.

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College Equestrian Teams

By: Alexandria Hurst

Making horses a part of the college experience

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Bruiser: On & Off the Court

By: Chris LePore

Bruiser's identity, the face of Belmont athletics, took years to develop. Two Belmont students take us inside the suit.

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Peace and Community Through Physical and Spiritual Health

By: Lauren Craddock

The completely hippie intentional community in Summertown, Tenn. with the raddest people.

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The Barcade

By: Karoline Ihns

A story on Nashville's one and only Two Bits

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Fred Schmidt – King of the Commons

By: Matt Matoh

Fred Schmidt leads the raucous pep band cheering section at Belmont basketball games. But Fred has many other interests and roles outside of the pep band that are not obvious by looking at or talking to him.

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They Said She Couldn’t Walk, So She Ran

By: Emily Proud

Diagnosed with a rare form of cerebral palsy at birth, Sydney Bolen decided giving up was not an option. Sydney now competes on team USA for the Paralympics.

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Hello Revivalist

By: Kelly Brickey

Revivalist--it's not about clothing. It's about a culture.

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A Bike Is All You Need

By: Audrey Register

How a local man is making a positive impact on the Edgehill community.

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The Loving Pie Company: A Slice of Home

By: Ashley Hayden

Tucked away in the neighborhood of Berry Hill is The Loving Pie Company, a destination serving up sweet and savory pies.

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King of Fresh

By: Chris LePore

LeBron James wore the first shirt they ever made. "Thousands of heartbreaks, yet I remain fresh," the slogan for the King of Fresh brand, has touched many... and they're just getting started.

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Dominican Sisters Keep Tradition Of Prayer And Service

By: Will Hadden

A look at a typical day in the life of a Dominican sister. The sisters share their stories of calling and service.

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Fighters on four legs

By: Emily Swan

Metro Nashville K-9 handlers and their partners work together to find drugs and explosives in and around the city.

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Rebel Stepbrother of Grimey’s: Fond Object Record Shop

By: Julia Baynor

A look inside the quirky East Nashville record shop.

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Out with the New, In with the Old: The Factory at Franklin

By: Rachael Foley

The Factory remains one of Nashville's most unique shopping and dining experiences and is becoming more music and event-oriented.

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Colombian Party Cartel

By: Derrick Harding

Since 2009, the Colombian Party Cartel has staged hundreds of flash-mob-type salsa dancing parties in public locations throughout Nashville.

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The Art of Movement

By: Karoline Ihns

The parkour movement in Middle Tennessee

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Meet Mr. Lincoln

By: Alexandria Hurst

Meet Mr. Lincoln. Or Dennis Boggs. They're practically identical!

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Not Your Average Joe

By: Andie Rice

He's not your average Joe, he's Joe Cash.

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Legato gelato brings Italian sweetness to Nashville

By: Stacey Meeker

Edgehill Village's Legato Gelato offers locals an indulgence they cannot resist.

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Green Fleet: Bringing back bikes

By: Hillary Merwin

Green Fleet is a local Nashville business that offers a rush courier service, bike tours and bike rentals and repairs.

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Ladies in red: Turning tattoo industry convention on its heels

By: Katherine Foreman

The days of burly muscle men are gone.

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Nashville Rollergirls

By: Kate Tully

A glimpse into the Nashville Rollergirls' season-opening game and the crowd attracted by it.

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The new sport that’s sweeping across the nation…

By: Timothy Beaton

...or at least Belmont

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The Best and Only Little Wedding Chapel in Nashville

By: Timothy Beaton

All it takes is $150 and 15 minutes

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Strip Club Ministry

By: Margot Lied

Senior, Betsy Coughlin leads a ministry with a unique response to the gospel.

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The Ladies of What’s Bruin’?

By: Alexandria Hurst

Leaving with more than just a smoothie

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Designer Renaissance–25 years of making fashion affordable

By: Katherine Foreman

Designer clothes, consignment prices. Dress to the best without breaking the bank.

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From runway to racks: fashion phenomenon to hit Nashville this summer

By: Katherine Foreman

The worldwide fashion icon is coming local (and soon!). We've got the details you've been waiting to hear!

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Paper Cabin

By: Collier Roberts

Two Belmont University guys get creative by starting a company that is not what you would expect.

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10-second thrill

By: Erica Sullivan

You know you Snapchat, too.

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Belmont’s Biggy Bird

By: Jasmine Jarupat

Big Bird speaks out for the first time.

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@belmontcrushes

By: Kate Tully

Confessions from posters, victims, and the administrator of @belmontcrushes

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My Journey Around the City

By: Alexandria Hurst

The Hunt for Breakfast at Any Time of the Day

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Judah & the Lion: A slice of Americana

By: Hillary Merwin

Judah & the Lion is an Americana-folk band with a rapidly growing fan base and a new EP set to release in mid-April.

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One cover at a time

By: Erica Sullivan

Belmont students find success on YouTube

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Lulu: an app for girls, by girls

By: Timothy Beaton

no boys allowed

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