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The program clocks are changing for the first time in many years, starting Monday.
The TV show Nashville is about the lives of fictional country music stars and aspiring stars — and its popularity is drawing visitors to the real city from around the world.
More than 30 parallel parking spaces on busy streets downtown were converted into little public parks. The idea is to get citizens visualizing new possibilities in our public spaces.
Celebrating its most high-profile night of the year, Americana Music holds its Awards show at the Ryman Wednesday. We'll offer live streaming video.
Fans and players enjoy one of the last games at the old stadium. Here's a look.
To pilot a drone in Nashville is to wander into legal gray area. In these videos, people are doing just that.
Tenants of the building — including Studio A's high profile renter, musician Ben Folds — were notified that they would receive new least terms soon.
There's new evidence that the New York Times still thinks Nashville is cool.
WPLN photographer Stephen Jerkins went to Uncle Dave Macon Days in Murfreesboro last week. Here are some of his photos.
The report uses pedestrian death statistics and census data to score and rank the largest 51 metro areas with a Pedestrian Danger Index.
Mayor Dean's office released artist rendering's of the future downtown park, including LEED certification-designed amphitheater, garden paths, and "K9 Playground".
The President strikes humorous notes in a heartfelt video message to Carl Kasell. The 80 year old Kasell anchored NPR newscasts for 30 years. He appears as scorekeeper for Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me for the last time this weekend.
The high price tags of Elliston 23 and similar high-end buildings may only affect the renters who are looking for luxury. Credit: Xavier Dunigan / Flickr Creative Commons
The coalition of grocery stores who want to sell wine in Tennessee will spearhead a petition drive to get the matter on local ballots this fall. It's the latest effort from Red, White and Food, which pushed for the bill that passed the state legislature this spring.
The superintendent of Tennessee's Achievement School District sees two sides of the debate - those who think poverty has to be fixed before education can be fixed and those who think education can fix poverty.
The cause of a massive and sudden die off invasive Asian carp Wednesday in the Cumberland River below Lake Barkley is being investigated.
Construction crews stumbled on the first hard evidence of a Native American salt manufacturing center. The city funded brief archaeological research. Was it enough?
Wayne Brezinka's multi-media portrait is partly constructed of historical artifacts from the 1860s.