The Office of Transportation will hold 11 public listening sessions in January and February of 2020. The listening sessions are the public’s opportunity to voice ideas, priorities and concerns regarding transit and transportation in Nashville. Mayor John Cooper’s Sr. Advisor, Faye DiMassimo, will lead all transportation listening sessions.
Hundreds of Nashvillians gathered on historic Jefferson Street to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The morning began with a Youth Rally that led to a march to the Gentry Center at Tennessee State University. The day concluded with a Convocation where local and state leaders spoke about the legacy of Dr. King, followed by a keynote by MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid.
NEWS & POLITICS
LIFE & CULTURE
Please don't spoil Tyler Perry's new movie on social media.The media mogul has a new thriller out on Netflix titled "Tyler Perry's A Fall From Grace," which debuted Friday.
A limited supply of clothes and shoes from Beyoncé Knowles-Carter's new Ivy Park x Adidas retail line dropped at noon on Friday - hours ahead of its scheduled Saturday release date - and started a social media frenzy.
he upcoming "No Time To Die" needs a killer theme song, and who better than Beyoncé to sing it? The film is premiering in just a few months but there's no word on who will be singing the title song. Of course, the internet is going crazy with Queen Bey theories.
A Tennessee State University alum who was a prisoner of war in Vietnam recently returned to the Southeast Asian country and met the widow of the pilot who shot down his fighter jet nearly 50 years ago.
Jerry L. Maynard II│ Nashville Voice Publisher Ava DuVernay is the Nashville Voice’s 2019 Person of...
Welcome to the 2020! Other than being a numerically auspicious date that stands at the gateway of a fresh new decade, the year 2020 will probably be like any other year: Full of confusing and depressing events that will make you wish Earth had some sort of eject button.
MONEY & BUSINESS
We've grown accustomed to asking virtual assistants like Siri and Alexa to do small tasks for us and provide basic information. But if the CEO of a Samsung-backed startup has his way, "artificial humans" will become your teachers, doctors, financial advisers and possibly your closest friends.