As the weeklong holiday of Passover begins Wednesday night, people are adapting to a new reality that’s changing nearly every part of the Jewish observance — including getting the right food on the table.
What started as a creative outlet for Nashville musicians in quarantine is now becoming one of the only ways that artists can make money or connect with fans: livestreaming concerts.
Tennessee’s attorney general is investigating two men who have nearly 18,000 bottles of hand sanitizer stockpiled in their home outside Chattanooga.
The tornado that ripped through Putnam County had wind speeds up to 175 miles per hour.
Southern voters are in the spotlight as 14 states head to the polls for the presidential primary. Nearly half of the delegate count on Super Tuesday is coming from the South, including Texas, North Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee — each with more delegates than any of the states that have voted so far.
The University of Tennessee board is recommending that interim president Randy Boyd’s position become permanent. The board’s chair, John Compton, said Wednesday he wanted to give Boyd a five-year term.
Turkey calling is a skill that hunters use to try to attract birds in the wild. But inside a ballroom at the Opryland Hotel, mimicking turkeys got competitive last weekend.
Ruta Sepetys is not afraid of difficult topics. Her historical novels, Between Shades of Gray, Salt to the Sea and Fountains of Silence, tackle tales of refugees, dictatorships, even genocide.
DJ Pryor was catapulted to national fame after a video of him and his young son went viral in 2019. It showed off his natural humor — DJ is a standup comedian — as well as an example of genuine parental love.
It started as a conversation between two strangers. Ben Groner volunteered to tell a story to a poet from Nashville Public Radio’s podcast Versify. Megan Leanne then turned his story into poetry, and we liked the conversation and resulting art so much that we chose it to be one of our inaugural episodes of the […]