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The Tutu Mistress


When Christen Heilman Runyon, who works in the costume shop for Nashville Ballet, sits back after a long session at the sewing machine, she sometimes notices red marks all along the inside of her arm. “Tutu burn,” she says. It’s an occupational hazard. Yes, that bouncy, floaty cloud of fluff … read more

Top 10 Places to Watch the Game

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There’s no shortage of basketball in this burg, and we hear the occasional mutterings about hockey, but for most in this office, football is the sport. The. Sport. With that settled, we move on to the business of football watching. Home on the sofa with a bag of pretzels is … read more

Pedal to the Metal

Ever wonder who's at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center organ's keyboards? Wonder no more.

How do you get to Turner Hall? Practice, practice, practice. Also, it’s not a bad idea to bone up on how to fix the occasional stuck pedal, says Andrew Risinger, Organ Curator for the Nashville Symphony. Playing the organ comes naturally to Risinger, a preacher’s kid from Tyler, Texas. He’d … read more

Rescue Me

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In 2001, Tanya Willis was driving down a country road when a yellow Lab puppy jumped out in front of her car. She knew she had to take him home. read more

4 Ways to Keep Website Content Fresh


We build a lot of websites for clients. It's important to keep that sparkly new website current by keeping your content up to date. Here are 4 of the most common things that need to be updated regularly. read more

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