Life after death: Holocaust survivor tells her story

By: Grayson Hester

Go be that girl

By: Erica Sullivan

Davis Cookware and Cutlery: the original Nashville

By: Ellen Pelerossi

Styled to perfection

By: Erica Sullivan

Fanny’s House of Music caters to female musicians of Nashville

By: Ellen Pelerossi

Insider’s Guide to the Exit/In

By: Courtney Leigh Bellush

44 years as the soul of Nashville's music scene

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Sri Ganesha – A Hidden Gem of Nashville

By: Erin Lewis

From the road the temple looks like an elaborate mansion, built out of sand. It has the elegance of a drizzle sand castle but the sturdiness of a tower.

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Life after death: Holocaust survivor tells her story

By: Grayson Hester

Seventy years after the liberation of Auschwitz, a child survivor of the Holocaust is still sharing her story.

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Go be that girl

By: Erica Sullivan

Graceann Belgiorno brings I Am That Girl spirit to Nashville

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Davis Cookware and Cutlery: the original Nashville

By: Ellen Pelerossi

The Davis family's wisdom lends itself to much more than household goods.

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The Commander

By: Erin Lewis

Michael Mahaney Cobb earned the title of commander. In the span of a lifetime, he traveled to 57 countries, dined with presidents and kings of foreign lands, submerged himself in alien cultures and saved countless lives.

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Styled to perfection

By: Erica Sullivan

Kelly Henderson finds a career in styling country music's hitmakers

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The Stone Fox

By: Morgan Bolen

Hip restaurant offering live music and laid back atmosphere in West Nashville

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The Enchanting Realm of Savant Vintage and Couture

By: Kelsey Hutchinson

Vintage pieces serve as tokens of idyllic times, their vibrancy crystallized within each thread.

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Fanny’s House of Music caters to female musicians of Nashville

By: Ellen Pelerossi

Guitar shop in East Nashville shows that music is not just a boy's club.

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Born In the South

By: Abbie Mather

A new restaurant, Biscuit Love shows Southern hospitality

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Godless assembly celebrates a life before death

By: Ellen Pelerossi

The community of Nashville's Sunday Assembly, launched in February 2013, continues to be a welcoming spirit for people of all religions.

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A 250-Acre Hill of History

By: Erin Lewis

Mt. Olivet may not be the oldest cemetery in Nashville, but it is arguably the most notable.

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Bang Candy finds its sweet spot

By: Erica Sullivan

Nashville candy company hits stride with its famous, and delicious marshmallows.

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Halcyon Bike Shop: Treasured Home to Cyclists

By: Kelsey Hutchinson

The Halcyon Bike Shop on 12th South is a beloved haven for cyclists of all creeds.

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Oxford Barber Shop provides a little cut of history

By: Grayson Hester

A traditional barber shop near Vanderbilt University provides customers with something more than a simple hair cut. It gives them a little cut of history.

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Manuel Couture Designs

By: Laura Hostelley

Manuel Cueras has brought his part of fashion history to Downtown Music City.

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Nashville’s hidden antebellum gem

By: ANDIE RICE

Belle Meade Plantation draws tourists from across the globe

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No pretension at the 5 Spot

By: ZACH ROLLINS

East Nashville club has down home atmosphere, eclectic music

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Acme breaks the downtown mold

By: JULIENNE IRWIN

Former feed and seed store resurrected as multi-theme venue

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Marathon Village good for the “‘picking’

By: DERRICK HARDING

Former automobile plant full of surprises

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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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