Sunday, December 8, 2019

Nashville’s 10 Most Powerful African Americans 2019

One year ago the Nashville Voice shared with its readers Nashville's 10 most powerful African Americans. It was our believe then and still is...

Pearl-Cohn Firebirds head to TSAA state football championship

In 1996 and 1997, Pearl-Cohn was one of the most dominant teams in the state. Sporting future collegiate stars Santonio Beard and John Henderson...


Rendering Courtesy of The National Museum of African American Music

The National Museum of African American Music Celebrates Giving Tuesday, joining millions around the world participating in the global generosity movement

This Giving Tuesday, The National Museum of African American Music will participate in the 2019 initiative, delivering a call to action for fans, followers, and ambassadors to contribute to the museum’s ability to fulfill its mission.
In Gatlinburg, TN, the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the US has been transformed into a 680 foot tunnel of Christmas lights overlooking the Smoky Mountains.

The longest pedestrian suspension bridge in North America is all lit up for the holidays

North America's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, is showing its holiday spirit. "Lights over Gatlinburg" at SkyLift Park started on Thursday.
Photo by: Kendall Hoopes |

Preparing for the Holiday’s

ho is ready for Christmas? With the winter and holiday season quickly approaching, we are all reminded that the holidays will soon be here.
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A Conversation with Award-winning Artist Shannon Sanders

Nashville’s own Shannon Sanders is a GRAMMY, Emmy and Dove award winning recording artist – and an outspoken leader in his own hometown. Sanders recently lent his talent and vision to a video project for the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. that features his song, “We Are Music City.” The Nashville Voice connected with Sanders to learn more about this recent project and why Nashville’s draw extends far beyond Lower Broadway and downtown.
Jeffrey Diaz, right, is selling flat earth maps at his booth during Flat Earth International Conference at Crowne Plaza Denver Airport. Hundreds of people who believe the Earth is flat attended the conference.

The flat-Earth conspiracy is spreading around the globe. Does it hide a darker core?

On a clear day, the curvature of the Earth can be seen from an airplane window. But remarkably, the hundreds of flat Earthers at the Dallas gathering were just a small portion of the movement.
HUBS and volunteers helping Homeless (Photo by: Keenan Whiting)

Making a Difference

There is truly an issue in the United States when it comes to being homeless. According to the United States Interagency Council, in the state of Tennessee alone there is an estimate of 7,883 people experiencing homelessness, with nearly 2 thousand of them in the city of Nashville. Those numbers are truly significant when one thinks of a person being without shelter and proper housing. Many wonder how to end homelessness or why government officials will not attack the problem head on.


Marketing & Advertising agency, Urban Comm, launches new division in Nashville

NASHVILLE, TN.—Around 60 of Nashville’s elite and business community leaders attended a private launch of Urban Communications’ new advertising division at PH Craft Cocktail...


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