The Nashville Post:
Small-City Boom: Murfreesboro officials seek to reinvent fast-growing municipality’s urban core.
Recreating a Corridor: Local nonprofit Conexión Américas and Metro Nashville are working to build a new-look Nolensville Pike.
When Plans Fall Through: Spring Hill wrestles with creating town center.
U.K. Seeks to Learn from Nashville’s Health Care Models: Most Nashville residents realize the city is a health care hub — but few likely are aware that a European country is studying our city’s health care models for learnings.
Interconnectivity as an Asset: Soon Oscar Health’s unusually user-friendly health insurance platform will be available to some Nashvillians through Oscar’s new partnership with Humana.
‘Useful in Many Ways’: Nashville’s thriving ecosystem of user groups combines education, networking, and room to grow collectively. (Don’t miss the photo gallery that accompanies this piece!)
Prepping Young Talent: An trend analysis on the rising popularity of fast-track training programs at regional banks.
Anything but Romantic: Arts and Business Council program pairs board candidates, creative organizations.
Senior-level Innovation: A profile of a senior living center incubating innovative products for its constituents.
‘I count on my folks’: Q&A with Yamaha Entertainment Group founder Chris Gero on effective leadership and work/life balance.
The Simple Nudge: Q&A with MissionPoint CEO Jason Dinger, discussing population health management and the evolution of health care in Nashville and nationally.
Blue Ridge Outdoors:
Humans of the AT: Meet 12 of this year’s Appalachian Trail thru-hikers.
Trail Names: The Best of 2017. On the A.T. you’re bestowed a trail name—a nickname that becomes your primary identity while hiking.
The Things They Carried (And Wished They Hadn’t): Lessons from my two-week solo backpacking trip on the Appalachian Trail.
Cooking Up Classes with Jilah Kalil: A new cooking class offers a buy-one, give-one model — and lessons for a lifetime.
Woodland Wine Merchant Turns 10: An East Nashville wine shop hits a milestone, and keeps an eye on what lies ahead.
Growing Good with Mauro Seed Co: A Williamson County social entrepreneur puts heirloom varieties in more people’s hands.
Green Door Gourmet: Local farmer Sylvia Ganier thinks global and acts local.
Waste Not, Want Not: Efforts to reduce food waste are forming a budding trend in Nashville.
Peach Student: In the Sandhills, summertime means peaches, and peaches mean school.
Pocket Portraits: An artist in Welcome gives her customers a way to keep the animals they love close to their hearts.
“Want S’more” sidebar (at end of article): Featuring Atlantic Beach’s creative restaurant Amos Mosquito’s.
“Building a Family Field Trip” sidebar (at end of article): Featuring historic sites in N.C.
How to Explore Land between the Lakes: A detailed guide to one of the most adventure-filled recreation areas in the South. Originally written for Kentucky Tourism.
Land between the Lakes National Recreation Area: A brief guide to the area’s opportunities for hiking and camping.
Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park: A brief guide to the area’s opportunities for hiking and camping.
Grab a Winning Drink at Bongo World: The provenance of Bongo World’s inventive seasonal drinks can be attributed directly to the cafes’ creative baristas.
Splendor in the Grass: Local grass-fed beef is big business.