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  1. Job Opening: Client Associate

    Job Description: Parthenon Publishing, a content marketing agency in Nashville, Tenn., is seeking a smart, dedicated and curious individual join […]

  2. Better Tennessee Called ‘Content Marketing at its Best’

    When it awarded Better Tennessee magazine first place as the “Best Print Publication,” the Ragan 2015 Content Marketing Awards called […]

  3. Help, Hope & Healing

    “I only did one wrong thing,” said the little girl, matter-of-factly. “I was afraid and I took too long to […]

  4. The 3 Easiest Ways to Find Blog Content Ideas

    Most companies today know the importance of maintaining an active blog and producing content on a regular basis – for […]

  5. Starting with a clean skate

    You wouldn’t know it by looking at him, but Steven “Scooter” Fruik is a man who likes a close shave. […]

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. Pedaling Good Times

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

  9. 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 […]

  10. 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. […]

  11. 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 […]

  12. 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.