In Their Own Words

Joe Dubin: “He doesn’t keep score”

A few weeks ago, I wrote a story simply called, “Go Talk to Someone,” urging people, mostly men, to open up and go to talk to someone about all the things they are dealing with. I had never imagined the response that it would get and seeing all of them really made me happy it took off the way it did. […]

Joe Dubin: Just a simple thank you

I sat down to write this story as mad as one could possibly be. An iconic spot for so many people that grew up in Nashville was being taken away. Yes, it is happening all over Music City, but it does not mean we have to like it. Mad. Angry. You name it, I was feeling it. I had every intention of just letting […]

Leslie Copeland: The gameplan for Gen Z, Millennials to eliminate debt

Gen Z and younger Millennials are accumulating debt at a record pace and it is having a severe impact on their credit scores and financial stability. Despite today’s difficult economic environment, there are several proven steps young adults can take so they can survive, thrive and improve their finances. It is not surprising that young adults are turning to personal […]

The Dogwoods are blooming in the Brim Hollow

                                           The dogwoods are blooming in The Brim Hollow. I knew they would be. I had to go see them. A misty morning met me a few days back as I headed to the place I love dearly. Over the years, I have gone back many times. In more recent years most of my trips have taken place in […]

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