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The Storms Of Change – by Robbie Pinter

This is an archived text version of the author’s work. View the full multimedia version of The Storms Of Change The Storms of Change I am a white daughter of segregation—born in Memphis, raised in Arkansas, and spending most of my adult life in Nashville.  I am not proud of my segregated past, but I...

Porch – by Julie Shavers

This is an archived text version of the author’s work. View the full multimedia version of Porch Open on a screened in porch. People come and go. All but Grandpappy who is camped out on an old roll away bed that he never leaves. There’s blind dog next to him. Tab is fixing Daisy’s hair....

Body Language Ephemerals – by Amanda Cantrell Roche

This is an archived text version of the author’s work. View the full multimedia version of Body Language Ephemerals Body Language Ephemerals My body whispers to me in dance class, and mornings after long rehearsals:  the language is often subtle, but with an edge of admonition – a sharp, but fleeting pain in my lower...

Protagonista – by Michael Chavis

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Learning To Fly In A Storm – by Robbie Pinter

This is an archived text version of the author’s work. View the full multimedia version of Learning To Fly In A Storm This morning’s storm brought me a funny dream about my grandmother, a Bigmama from Memphis. At Christmas, she loved to dance a jingle bell jig. I only saw her do it once in...

Dig by Trey Mitchell

View the full multimedia version of Trey Mitchell’s Dig The mist was thick, fog-like. It blew in gusts under the street-lamp like sheets rippling on a clothesline on a blistering summer day. But this was winter, bitter and frozen. Alan stepped out on the stoop for a smoke to settle his nerves. He never smoked...

Wash By Trey Mitchell

View the full multimedia version of Trey Mitchell’s Wash Why don’t we just say no I hear the waves on the ocean Calling back to what we once called home My soul sits down by my side It mimics me no matter how high I throw my thoughts on the inside Whatever it was they...

Desert By Trey Mitchell

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Sons of Zevon Tribute 1970 at Family Wash

Last night’s 1970 tribute at the Family Wash was a mind-blowing experience.  The all-star cast ripped through covers like Midnight Rambler, Dig A Pony, and many more hits from an important year in Rock history.  Tonight is the second night of a 2-day celebration and reservations will be necessary to be a part of this...

Benefit For Arts In The Parks

Works by Staff and Students of Metro Parks’ Centennial Art Center November 6 – December 18 Opening Reception, Friday, November 6, 5 pm – 7 pm Arts in the Parks and staff and students of Metro Parks’ Centennial Art Center are hosting their annual Holiday Season Art Exhibition and Sale, November 6 through December 18....

Sealake: Nautical Charts For The Adventurer In You!

Ernie Gray & City Netlinks Web Development is proud to launch the new e-commerce portal for Sealake Inc:  The Good Spots www.thegoodspots.com!  Jack Salzer  started Sealake Products in 1990 to make it easier for fishermen to find good places to fish off the coastal Carolinas. The handy easy?to?understand chart he developed was so popular and...

Child Injury: When To Seek A Lawyer In Nashville

Four children were recently hospitalized after their bus nearly hit a car in Nashville.  What would you do if they were your children? Child Injury is a major concern for parents in the Nashville area. Most mothers and fathers consider significant harm to their kids a worse case scenario in their lives. Children and adolescents...