It was a hard year for the city of Nashville — from the tornado and the pandemic, to a summer of protests against police brutality and the downtown bombing. More than 150 local artists are looking back for the Frist’s new virtual exhibition, N2020: Community Reflections.
After the tornado, fears rose that North Nashville survivors would be pressured to sell — and some were swarmed with offers. But a year later, some homeowners are well on their way to rebuilding.
There hasn’t been much time for reflection since powerful tornados blew through. But on Sunday morning, one church in North Nashville paused for a few hours of gratitude.
A newly formed Metro committee is seeking to repair what residents describe as decades of neglect in North Nashville. The committee comes in response to a 2018 Brookings Institution study that found Nashville’s 37208 ZIP code has the highest incarceration rate in the country. One in seven people born in the North Nashville neighborhood between 1980 […]
Nashville’s newest green space is aiming to preserve history in a neighborhood facing displacement.
Tennessee’s first community court is bringing a different approach to justice to a neighborhood researchers say has the highest incarceration rate in the country. The unconventional court has helped already thousands of people navigate the twists and turns of the justice system, since its founding in 2012. Now, it’s expanding to North Nashville.
Listen / Nestled in the Haynes-Trinity area of Nashville is Free Silver Road. Though it appears to be one simple street, North Nashvillians often tell stories about the old Free Silver, which is said to have been a large neighborhood with a rich history.
Listen / A couple years back Tiffany Hancock, a devoted vegan, had a crisis of conviction. It was over a doughnut.
North Nashville’s Jefferson Street got a blitz of attention this week when urban planning experts came to town to help residents envision a revitalized future for the corridor. That task, though, is complicated by its past. The task is being taken up because of Jefferson Street’s selection as one of four “Every Place Counts” programs […]
A new section of road is creating a direct route from what’s known as Nashville’s “black main street “to the retail, restaurants and wealth of West End Avenue.