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8 NASHVILLE EVENTS TO ATTEND IN MAY

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A Look Back: Blogger Xchange Spring Social At 505 Nashville

On Friday, April 20, Blogger Xchange hosted their first Spring Social at the beautiful 505 rooftop in downtown Nashville. Guests enjoyed music by DJ Witch, drinks by Old Dominick Distillery, and food from KiNiMi Kitchen and The Cupcake Collection. It was a night filled with fun, mingling and collaborating. 

24 HOURS IN NASHVILLE

A look at Nashville's through the eyes of local tastemakers, creatives, visionaries and leaders.

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Nashville’s Not Just Country – Part 2 Nominations

Did you enjoy our Nashville’s Not Just Country Series? We can tell, by your kind words and enthusiasm as we released each story every week. With that said, we decided to do a follow up series with 6 new awesome people making a unique impact and we want you to be a part.

A Tastemaker Creating Ways To Bring Culture To Nashville With A Smile

Jeanice McCord is a Mom, a twin and Nashville native aka what people are calling a unicorn these days in the city. She was actually one of the inspirations for the Nashville’s Not Just Country series, as we focused on sharing the unlikely stories. She is the quintessential behind the scenes, get stuff done type of woman who has helped bring new experiences to Nashville for the urban professional.

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What To Know About Digital Inclusion Week In Nashville

If you didn’t know, Digital Inclusion Week kicks off today around the country from May 7-11, 2018. For the first time, Nashville will hold an event as part of the efforts to bring awareness to digital inclusion in the city. Here are a few things to know.

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Teaching Nashville Black Youth To Dive And Thrive

Ken Stewart is from The Bronx, NY and has called North Nashville home for the last 30 years. He is an IT professional by trade with companies including, IBM and he chose to give back after retirement in a very extraordinary way through his efforts of shaping the lives of Nashville youth through aquatics and maritime archaeology.