We’ve tapped the experts to help us forecast the top health trends for 2017. Check out what’s hot, what’s not and how to make this your healthiest year yet!
With New Year’s Eve right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about what you’ll be drinking! Here are six Southern-made wines and spirits to up your celebration game. Image: Donner-Peltier Distillers
Seasonal indulgences can leave you with a few extra post-holiday pounds. If you’re looking to hire a personal trainer to get back on track (after the holidays, of course!), find the perfect fit by asking the right questions and looking for these red flags. Image: Wanda Koch Photography
They’re the streets many locals travel each day, likely giving little thought to how the roadways got their names. Here are 12 Nashville streets that have pretty interesting and historic backstories.
Leaving behind a career in architectural design in pursuit of a passion, Xima Lee Hulings is enjoying new fruits in her second career. Find out what drove her change, how she addressed challenges and more.
For playwright and teacher Elyzabeth Wilder, turning 40 years old motivated her to reconnect with those who have inspired her life thus far and to meet new people she hopes will inspire the next 40 years. And she’s doing it all over lunch.
With little more than a month left of MLB baseball season, we sit down with Mitchell Bat Company founder Jeremy Mitchell, who is taking a piece of classic American sporting equipment and giving it a stylish new look.
When she became a mom and was edged out of a traditionally male career, Mary Ella Gabler took to the sewing machine … and built a multi-million dollar linen business. Today she’s inspiring us as our FACES of the South.
Julie Newman found the perfect intersection for her operations management experience, her passion for sports and a void in the market. Today she’s telling us all about her business (and more!) as our FACE of the South.
She manages people, product and logistics, and she travels the world all for this large Southern brand. Find out how Laura Daily landed in her powerful role and find out what is the favorite part of her job — you’ll be inspired!
Megan George blends her business mind with her creative spirit, and the result is a thriving business in Durham, NC — The ZEN Succulent.
The season is prime for exploring these beautiful Southern wineries with your nearest and dearest. Make your plans and hit the road!
Alabama native Katherine Clark was raised in a culture steeped in Southern tradition. Today, as our FACE of the South, Katherine shares her thoughts on publishing, advice for wannabe writers and her favorite things.
Leanne McQueen has always loved dinnerware and place settings. She’s parlayed that into a career she’s totally and contagiously passionate about. Learn more about her work and what inspires her in today’s FACES of the South article. Image: Heather Thomas
It was a disaster of epic proportions. Here’s how the Nashville Fire of 1916 helped shape the city. Image: gregsegroves.blogspot.com
It’s becoming a “trend,” if you will, in aging — wanting to grow old in the comfort of your own home. Here are some simple adaptations to make to your house that will allow you or your loved one to do just that.
As smart home technology evolves, some upgrades make more sense than others. Here are the ones to consider.
Feeling not quite right? Did you know that Thyroid problems affect up to 12 percent of the American population? And, it affects far more women than men. Find out the symptoms today.
It still holds the title of the most deadly trainwreck in U.S. history. Read some of the chilling details about the Train Wreck of 1918 at Dutchman’s Curve.
It was a major weather event that left a $2 million pricetag of destruction in its wake. Read more about the Nashville tornado of 1933.