Advancing Workforce Equity in Nashville: A Strategic Initiative for Comprehensive Development

In a pivotal gathering at the Cathedral of Praise on Clarksville Pike, Nashville’s workforce development witnessed a transformative announcement. The Urban League of Middle Tennessee, in collaboration with Nashville State Community College, has strategically forged a partnership to address the workforce shortages and enhance skill proficiency within the Nashville demographic. Supported by a substantial $7.8 […]


This city is second to none. And this stadium will be just as extraordinary. Introducing Nashville’s biggest stage—home to the Tennessee Titans and the world’s biggest performers. Approximately 1.75 million square feet, this stadium will be second to none. You can say goodbye to “nosebleed seats”—they don’t exist here. This stadium offers exceptional views for […]

Nashville Music City to Host Hadley Park Job Fair

NASHVILLE, TN — On February 18th, Councilmembers Sharon Hurt and Brandon Taylor will host a Hospitality Job Fair at the Hadley Park Community Center, 1037 28th Avenue North, Nashville. It is open to the public and will take place from 10 am to 2 pm. This push to provide access to job opportunities for local […]

Nashville Churches Launch National Faith Initiative With Concert Featuring Adams and Smallwood

NASHVILLE, TN — Pastors from five Nashville area churches launched the National Faith Initiative at Mr. Zion Baptist Church.  The unveiling came during an intimate concert featuring gospel superstars, Richard Smallwood and Yolanda Adams, and was hosted by Dr. Bobby Jones and 92Q’s Connie Denell.  The two-hour event also featured performances by the Nashville Super […]

OP-ED: In the Age of Pandemic, Rebuilding Trust

It seemed inevitable. The outbreak of a pandemic in a politically charged America has left many of us grasping for what to believe and who to trust when it comes to medical information. Elected officials and medical experts have been at odds over what steps we should take to stay safe or if we even […]