When she turned 13, America Burnette and her parents finally had "The Talk."
Riverbend officials have announced the remaining lineup for this year’s festival, a list that includes Corey Smith, the Family Stone, the WannaBeatles, Arpetrio, the Weeks, Cody McCarver and nearly two dozen other acts.
For nearly 90 years, acreage along Bonny Oaks Drive — where The Dent House and University of Tennessee Extension Office are located — was home to hundreds of at-risk children.
Q: Dad, should I listen to my bosses or my professors when it comes to what I should be learning for the future?
Many children are familiar with windmills, especially the colorful pinwheel styles they can hold in their hands. But do they know the true value of the energy they generate?
Three local artists selected for Tennessee Craft Fair
On May 29, 1913, a musical meteor hit Europe and set off shockwaves that changed the course of music forever.
As a child, Mary Alice Haney dreamed of creating beautiful fashions for glamorous people.
Q: My husband insists that golf is part of his fitness routine. Does it have true fitness benefits?
Long before he took to wearing a massive homemade headdress and bringing a raw energy to bear on stages in and around Nashville, Graham Fitzpenn couldn't have cared less about performing.
Emotional wounds can be some of the hardest to endure. Left alone, they can become septic and fester. In time, they can cripple.
In a little less than two months, I’ll celebrate my 29th birthday.
Get your mouth set. South Pittsburg, Tenn.'s annual salute to a Southern staple, the National Cornbread Festival, returns this weekend.
At first blush, the idea of presenting an opera inside Historic Engel Stadium might seem strange. But the folks with Artisti Affamati are producing "The Mighty Casey," which is based on the Ernest Thayer poem "Casey at the Bat," which has the memorable final line "But there is no joy in Mudville -- mighty Casey has struck out."
Over the past several decades, fans at Historic Engel Stadium have seen the likes of no less than Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jackie Robinson and even basketball legend turned part-time baseball player Michael Jordan. Tonight and Saturday, April 24 and 26, they will get to cheer on Mighty Casey himself.