School is out, thanks to COVID-19. And while families adjust to home lessons and extra hours together, they’re also searching for creative ways to pass the time.
Today marks one month since Nashville Mayor John Cooper issued a city-wide Safer at Home order, mandating all non-essential workers to shelter in place. And after weeks stuck at home, we’ve heard from listeners experiencing a wide range of emotions lately.
If you’ve ever been to a weekend show at Plaza Mariachi, you’ve probably seen Grace Good spinning hula hoops and playing with fire. But like many Nashville artists, the local circus performer is temporarily out of work due to social distancing rules. As part of WPLN’s new series “Dispatches from Quarantine,” Grace Good tells us about […]
As coronavirus continues to impact and alter all of our daily lives, we’ve been asking listeners to send us their musings, their thoughts on life in this current moment.
WPLN News wants to know what’s on your mind, what you’re doing to occupy your time and how this new normal is impacting your life.
On a recent March afternoon outside of a Brentwood senior living facility, David DeLoach is playing a lap steel guitar on a cart — his “lap steel mobile,” he calls it. His mother is standing on her balcony in a Brentwood senior living facility.
Some of the first people in Tennessee to get sick with the coronavirus are now recovered, including the household of Nashville songwriter Angela Lauer.
Andrea Howat works as a tour manager in Nashville. As part of our new series “Dispatches from Quarantine,” Howat sent WPLN News a voice message about losing work and trying to find some sanity amidst the stress of coronavirus.