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  1. Looking Back on My Parthenon Publishing Internship

    For as long as I can remember, I knew that I wanted to work with words. Whether it was as a teacher, helping kids learn how to read, or as a writer, creating a story that would touch millions of people. But it turns out that what I love most is to tweak words — other people’s words. I want to be an editor.

  2. How To Be A Baller

    You can thank Philip Steen for introducing bubble soccer to Nashville. As chief executive officer and founder of Play Rec Sports, he is a master of creative recreation.

  3. Pedaling Good Times

    Josh moved to Nashville from LA to find his voice in country music; Krista moved from Boston because she wanted […]

  4. Don’t Stirrup Trouble

    A high-speed police car chase can go for miles, weaving in and out of traffic and causing all sorts of […]

  5. Top 10 Nashville Summer Activities

    Nashville feels like a small country town that, in recent years, has grown into the ranks of America’s biggest cities. […]

  6. Phoning it in

    Mike Butera didn’t set out to make life easier for 8-year-old violin students; he only wanted to make playing music […]

  7. Now hiring: Junior Developer

    Parthenon Publishing is expanding its development team by hiring a junior developer focused on web and WordPress projects.

  8. Development vs. Live Servers: The Studio & The Gallery

    Developers use frameworks to save time and avoid frustration. When it comes to communicating with non-technical folks, I’ve found that metaphor is an especially handy framework.

  9. 5 Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions in Nashville

    It’s that time of year again! No, not the one for giving gifts, volunteering at soup kitchens or spending time with family […]

  10. In the Land of Make Believe

    As stage manager of Nashville Children’s Theatre, Dan Brewer spends each day telling wondrous tales. He’s like a kid again, and with good reason.

  11. 2015 Will be the Year of the Employee

    Rather than a tool or a platform, the focus of marketers in 2015 will be on an audience. It will be the year of the employee.

  12. Top 10 Nashville Christmas Gifts

    Christmas shopping is the worst. Luckily these 10 Nashville gifts are the best.