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Untitled ~ in Words and Pictures by Carl Lambert

Nashville's underground visual art group celebrates 20 years.

Color by Michael Chavis

Hues of Haters

Bingo Was the Game-O by Jacqueline Springfield

It's not a hobby. It's a passion.

Car Accident Lawyers: Unsung Heroes

Everyone has heard the statistic that it is safer to fly than to drive in a car.  In fact, because of the sheer number of drivers on the road, car accidents happen every day just about everywhere there are vehicles. Just stop for a moment and think next time you’re in a car: here we...

Nashville Appliance Repair: All Major Appliance

Thanks to Charles Huff at All Major Appliance of Nashville for sponsoring the Nashville Skyline this month.  Charles Huff or “Huff” as his friends call him is a world class appliance technician who is who we turn to when we need our dryer, washer, refrigerator, or dishwasher serviced or repaired.  He’s offering a special discount...

Full Circle Audio

Nashville is Music City USA, and to make live music happen artists rely on audio engineers, the guys behind the scenes who make the whole spectacle look easy and sound great.  My friends Joe Roberts and Ty Herrmann at Full Circle Audio are making waves in the region with tremendous talent for sound reinforcement and...

The SpinDesk™ Laptop Exercise Bike Debuts At Music City Marathon

Nashville Skyline founder Ernie Gray and Steven Ferussi are debuting what they hope will be a groundbreaking new product tomorrow at the Nashville Music City Marathon. The SpinDesk™ Laptop Exercise Bike is something to check out if you want to use your laptop and get in shape at the same time. The SpinDesk was developed...

The Spring Issue – Storm

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Introduction To The April Issue – by Michael Chavis

This is an archived text version of the author’s work. View the full multimedia version of Michael Chavis’ Storm Storm.  Say it with me: sssstttooorrrmmm.  No, not like a child struggling with symbols whose meanings are barely apparent.  Like an epicurean savoring a meal or the slow purposed touch of a lover.  SSSStttooorrmmmmm.  Feel the...

Louis’ Storm – by F. Lynne Bachleda

NOTE: This is an archived text version of the author’s work. View the full multimedia version of F. Lynne Bachleda’s Louis’ Storm Louis’ Storm By F. Lynne Bachleda Louis from Louisiana is a freelance assistant film editor who divides his time between Nashville and Alexandria, Virginia. His warm brown eyes only begin to tell you...

Dancing Through The Storms – by Amanda Cantrell Roche

NOTE: This is an archived text version of the author’s work. View the full multimedia version of Amanda Cantrell Roche’s Dancing Through The Storms Dancing through the Storms The subject line reads “more ways you influence my life.” The email is short, but I know exactly the space from which it is written. She is...

Suspension Bridge – By Michael Chavis

NOTE: This is an archived text version of the author’s work. View the full multimedia version of Michael Chavis’ Suspension Bridge Suspension bridge I’ve nearly convinced myself that I do need professional help. Not like a CPA or a lawyer (though I have been in desperate need of those services for quite some time), or...