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D’Llisha Davis: Celebrating Nashville’s Women Creatives
Some people didn’t realize March was (and is) National Women’s History Month. And then others know it, or saw itRead more.
Ketch Secor: A Closer Look
A few days ago, I sat down with Ketch Secor, author, musician, and lead singer of Old Crow Medicine Show,Read more.
UniCycle – More Than Just School Uniforms
The way we provide clothes to Nashville’s neediest has changed, but this could become how Nashville takes on more thanRead more.
Ian Ross: Introducing One Artist Changing The Nashville Look
Nashville is becoming more colorful, but did you ever wonder why?Read more.
The Problem of Hearing When It’s Loud – Insight From A Nashville Audiologist
Hearing is not simply the ability to hear when sounds are present, nor is it the ability to understand language orRead more.
Everything You Need To Know About TEDxNashville 2018
Imagine being immersed in riveting, mind-expanding talks, enchanting musical performances, and an overall thought-provoking experience. This is TEDxNashville.Read more.
Ross Scott: Host Extraordinaire
I think it’s been firmly established in previous articles that I’m a TEDxNashville super-fan. This explains, at least in part,Read more.
Ricky Skaggs: The Keeper of Bluegrass
No one could accuse Ricky Skaggs of being prideful. The first time I met him was backstage at the GrandRead more.
The TED Talk Impact
by Jeremy Snow. Interviews by Beth Inglish TEDxNashville 2017 is now a several months behind us but we are alsoRead more.
My TED Story: A Letter From the Editor
My dad cried when we had to leave China. I tell friends that my family was deported, but it wouldRead more.
About TEDxNashville 2017
Imagine being immersed in riveting, mind-expanding talks, enchanting musical performances, and an overall thought provoking experience. This is TEDxNashville. Leaders fromRead more.
A Conversation with Dr. Jerome Burt
Are you ready for TEDxNashville 2017? We’re ecstatic to have Dr. Jerome Burt presenting this year. He is a clinicalRead more.
Mindful Change: Reflections On Meditation, Science, and TEDxNashville
TEDxNashville 2017 is here. Today, at 6pm, I, along with thousands of Nashvillians and visitors from around the country willRead more.
2017 Speaker Highlights: Dr. Steven Schlozman
Dr. Steven Schlozman was on the phone—on one of those long and dreaded holds—when he received the invitation to speakRead more.
“A Geologist, An Astrophysicist, and Two Comedians Walk Into A Bar…”
The title “astrophysicist” calls to mind a number of stereotypes – thick glassed, IQ-at-the-expense-of-social-skills, pocket protectors – but 2017 TEDxRead more.
Why Not A Homemade Submarine?
Though we couldn’t join her for the hundred hours she spent in a homemade submarine, underwater photographer Lia Barrett tookRead more.
Does Aging Mean Decline?
Caroline Khalil wants you to live your best life—regardless of your age. At the 2016 TEDxNashville stage, Khalil outlined theRead more.
2017 Speaker Highlights: Éva Boros
With mere days until TEDxNashville 2017, we are growing more and more excited for the incredible array of speakers! TheRead more.
More Than A Hug
When people (or his mother) ask Casey Bennett what he does, he likes to jokingly tell them, “I create artificialRead more.
The TEDxNashville Blog: A New Beginning
This year, our team of content volunteers has taken some time to reimagine this blog and the various functions itRead more.
2017 Speaker Highlights: Judge Sheila D. J. Calloway
It’s almost here! TEDxNashville 2017 is just weeks away and our team is busy behind the scenes, preparing for whatRead more.
A Look Back: Dr. Kelley Holley-Bockelmann
Dr. Holley-Bockelmann, associate professor in the department of Physics and Astronomy at Vanderbilt University, brought her galactic style and enthusiasmRead more.
A Look Back: TEDxNashville 2016
On April 15th and 16th of 2016, TEDxNashville hosted its seventh annual event at the War Memorial Auditorium and TennesseeRead more.