Old Glory has become such a strong a feature of Trump rallies that many liberals have all but rejected it.
Dave Stewart was a star player, an executive and an agent. He believes his sport’s path forward is Black ownership — and he is trying his best to make that happen in Nashville.
Hospitalizations from Covid-19 are receding, but safety-net providers are facing tremendous unmet needs from poor and uninsured patients who delayed seeking care during the pandemic.
Marissa Branch and Shelby Blackstock were married at one of their favorite vacation destinations: in front of Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World.
With the opening of a big African American music museum, new retro bowling halls and a ramped-up food scene, Nashville just kept on growing over the last two years. A visitors’ guide.
Named after a team from the Negro leagues, the Nashville Stars give young players, Black and white, passion and purpose in the game.
The rise of LoveShackFancy.
A vast flock of purple martins has made Nashville’s symphony center its staging ground for the fall migration. It’s not just the city’s problem. It’s a human problem.
State lawmakers, led by the governor, are rethinking what public school students should read and learn.
He published “The Widow of the South” to promote his real passion: reclaiming a Tennessee Civil War site’s complicated history.
Tennessee was long known for a brand of moderate Southern politics. Nashville, a blue island in a red state, is finding that the old rules no longer apply.
A revered member of Nashville’s A-Team of studio musicians, he was a major contributor to Bob Dylan’s “Blonde on Blonde” album.
Representative Jim Cooper won re-election again and again because he is a good politician and a good man. But he finally lost to Republican gerrymandering.
For six decades he promoted country performers on radio and television, earning a place in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
For all the problems it can cause, snow is a respite from the speed of the modern world.
Nathan Chen won his sixth consecutive U.S. national figure skating title and is expected to contend for a gold medal at the Beijing Games.
Since the explosion last Christmas, the city has grappled with how rebuilding will fit into its larger ambitions of transforming downtown. The hope is to draw more than just tourists.
An inexpensive blood test can warn couples if they face one in four odds of having a baby with the disease. No one ever told Lametra Scott and Rickey Buggs about it.
Supply shortages, financial barriers and misinformation are still stopping some Americans from getting a test.
Meharry Medical College in Nashville gave $10,000 to each student from a pool of coronavirus relief funds.
In her essay collection “These Precious Days,” the novelist and bookstore owner explores friendship, marriage and mortality.
A two-hour celebration for the milestone broadcast captured the shifts and strides in country music that played out over the past century on the Opry stage.
Readers react to an account of 90 seconds of violence at the Capitol. Also: Voting rights; Parler; the Jefferson statue; older drivers; filing cabinets.
Nashville may be having an identity crisis. But our moral commitment to equality will never change.
For 150 years, the Fisk Jubilee Singers have performed spirituals that saved a university and helped raise generations up from the bonds of slavery.
If citizens in construction-besotted Nashville can find the political will to preserve their trees, any city can.
As Nashville’s popularity has grown, so has the “transportainment” business — a motley assortment including old buses, farm tractors and a truck with a hot tub. Many think it has gotten out of hand.
She was failed by the country music industry until the emotional song “Black Like Me” changed her career. Now comes a debut album that proved therapeutic.
The ecosystem in my own yard brings is showing signs of both trouble and hope.
The Everly Brothers were the most successful rock act to emerge from Nashville in the 1950s, rivaling Elvis Presley for airplay on the radio.
The Tennessee radio host, Phil Valentine, said he was among those who did not need to get vaccinated. Now his struggle with the virus is sparking its own discussion.
The establishment narrowly headed off a takeover attempt by a hard-right movement. Some backers of the losing candidate are now considering leaving altogether.
Ed Litton, a moderate pastor from Alabama, won a high-stakes presidential election with the potential to reshape the future of the country’s largest Protestant denomination.
The high-stakes presidential election has the potential to reshape the future of the country’s largest Protestant denomination.
An empire for feeding the hungry started with one woman and some sandwiches.
The insurgents, some adopting a pirate motif, believe that the denomination has drifted too far to the left on issues of race, gender and the strict authority of the Bible.
A review found deficiencies in how police officers followed a 2019 tip that Anthony Q. Warner was building bombs in his vehicle.
The authorities said operations had shifted from rescue to recovery for those aboard a plane that crashed into Percy Priest Lake near Smyrna, Tenn., on Saturday.
William Edmonson and other self-taught artists remind us of how genius somehow finds a way.
Earth Day is a reminder that we are living creatures all the same.
Dozens of people were rescued as cars were swept away and neighborhoods were swamped. “We’re not out of the woods yet,” officials said, as water levels climbed on the Cumberland River.
A Black woman, Mrs. Duff broke gender and race barriers. She died of Covid-19.
An early 20th-century house in San Francisco, a one-bedroom condo on Central Park West in Manhattan and a four-bedroom home in Nashville.
Anthony Warner, who was obsessed with an outlandish tale about lizard aliens and other plots, had been planning for months.
The Tennessee General Assembly’s vote to do so should be unanimous.
This year isn’t living up to my hopes, so I am learning to hope in a new way.
The National Museum of African American Music has six interactive sections covering 50 genres of music with a focus on gospel, blues, jazz, R&B and hip-hop.
The National Museum of African American Music is opening in the capital of country music. And that’s exactly where it belongs.
Anthony Warner’s girlfriend told the police last year he was building bombs in his R.V. Police officials said they took their inquiry as far as they could at the time.