The summer heat hasn’t quite kicked in yet here in Nashville. But the city’s outdoor public pools are opening for the season soon, so we’re diving in!
What does AI music mean for Nashville?
Advances in AI technology have been surfacing in all manners of media — from visual art to written word. One application of Artificial Intelligence that has Nashvillians speculating is the use of AI in music.
Toward a more diverse and inclusive Metro workforce
A new report on the demographics and wages of city employees finds communities of color are still underrepresented within the Metro workforce, and that there’s a pay gap in which white, male leaders are typically paid more than people of color and women.
Navigating into adulthood with disabilities
Today, we’ll hear from a few young adults living with disabilities and parents in Middle Tennessee. And a policy liaison from Tennessee Disability Coalition will round up some of the resources that are available in our region.
Re-acclimating to life after incarceration
Most people who go to prison eventually get out. As difficult an experience as that can be, re-entering society afterward can be just as challenging as life on the inside — and in some ways, more so. What is it like to rebuild a life after spending years, or even decades, behind bars? What resources […]
Rodeo culture in Middle Tennessee and beyond
To learn more about rodeo culture in Tennessee, we’re sitting down with a 4-time world champion bull rider, a third generation cowboy, a rodeo clown and a former team roper/current rodeo secretary.
Is arming teachers a solution?
One idea pushed as a solution to school shootings is to give teachers guns in the classroom, in lieu of school resource officers. The importance of this conversation has never been higher, in the aftermath of the deadly Covenant School shooting.
Finding community while unhoused in Nashville
How do our unhoused neighbors find community? Today, we’re speaking with current and formerly unhoused residents about life in shelters and encampments, as well as how they make friends and find support. We are also joined by outreach workers from Metro Nashville’s Homeless Impact Division to discuss how their department is changing, and what it […]