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Abortion funds and clinics in the South expand their reach across state lines
Feb 20, 2023
People seeking abortions in the South, where it is largely illegal, face costs for travel, time off work and child care.
As small music venues close in Nashville, some see erosion of Music City's culture
Jun 10, 2022
Some spaces that have provided a stage for up-and-coming musicians over the years are in jeopardy because of the booming real estate market.
Russian sanctions result in a shortage of prized vacuum-tube guitar amps
Apr 13, 2022
Few factories make the tubes, valued for the sound quality they bring to amplifiers. A run on the market is driving up prices.
Hot property market puts Nashville record shop, and other small businesses, at risk
Dec 17, 2021
The owners of the Groove are struggling to come up with $500,000 to buy the bungalow that houses their store.
Composer turns to NFTs for "complete control" over her work
Jun 29, 2021
The release of an orchestral NFT will allow its creator to decide how she releases her work and who will get paid.
Nashville music industry wants more help with reopening from city
May 31, 2021
In "Music City," independent venues and musicians say they could use more resources to bring audiences back.
Detroit's new urban farms bring change and raise questions
Mar 27, 2018
Since 2016 Detroit has gained more than 22 new large scale gardens and farms. As these new farmers put down roots, some wonder what the future of urban agriculture will look like there.