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Commentary

The first time I darkened the door at Exit/In was more than four decades ago to experience the Southern-style, prog/jazz/funk-isms of the Dixie Dregs. The…
Democracy is like an odd house mistress. She welcomes anyone into her home and “rent” is, simply, your vote.…
Growing up in Nashville, the Fisk Jubilee Singers were, and remain, a constant presence for the developing Black singer. My own reference for Western classical…
The last few years have certainly writ large the damaging effects of isolation. The stories we tell ourselves lose community cohesion and with it, empathy.…
Words made this town. Words in novels, history books, and poetry. Ann Patchett, Jon Meacham, and Tiana Clark are names that many readers recognize, their…
Welcome to The Nashvillian! We're so glad you are here for our inaugural issue.…
At this time of the year, the Jewish community is poised to celebrate Rosh HaShana, the Jewish New Year. Far from being a time for…
Mental health struggles, burnout, isolation from community, feeling a loss of control over one’s own life. These are the things that we have all had…
I love television. I always have. The television is always on in my house or my hotel room, even if it’s background noise.…