Across the world it is known as futbol or, the beautiful game. Here in the states, we call it by another name – soccer.
From Reconstruction to the Civil Rights Movement to the present day, Black churches in the American South have historically been vital centers of culture and community. In this episode, we’ll look at the history of Black churches in Middle Tennessee, and the role they play in the community today. But first, we’ll examine a recent […]
Is the end of Twitter near? What will we lose if it is? We talk with some Nashvillians about what the social media platform has meant for them and their sense of community online.
Keeda Haynes is a leading voice in criminal justice reform in Nashville. And she brings firsthand experience to her work, having spent nearly five years in federal prison — an experience she says still affects her today.
In this episode, we’re joined by musicians, vocalists and a representative from the Tennessee Performing Arts Center to talk about some of our city’s beloved traditions — from Christmas carols to the ballet.
Who is hunting these days? How do folks get started? What are the best tips for hunting ethically? We’ll talk to local wildlife officials and hunters about the sport.
December 1 is Worlds AIDS Day. In this episode, we’ll talk with people living with HIV and those who have been on the frontlines providing services and education to battle AIDS in Middle Tennessee since the early days of the virus. We’ll also look at how our understanding of the AIDS epidemic provided a bedrock of understanding when COVID-19 took off.
To learn more about how this issue is impacting our communities, we are joined by local resident, farmer and restaurant owner. Then, we’ll hear from the leaders of local nonprofits and a pediatrician about what resources are out there and what groups are especially vulnerable to food insecurity.