From California to Franklin

Gregg Redmond, California born and raised, explained how a calling led him to move to Franklin to open up Sage Sleep Organics. A faith-based family, they listened when it came.

Music in Her Soul

How did you get started in this business?  I’ve been singing for as long as I can remember. My parents told me that when I was 3 years old, I would remember song lyrics super easily and I was constantly singing something. My first performance was when I was 5 years old, and I sang at a fair. I was 11…

Healthy Body, Healthy Teeth

We all know the numerous benefits working out can have on our bodies. But did you know exercising can also provide significant health benefits for your teeth as well?

The Road to Rich’s

Talking Competition, Family and Life with a CrossFit Legend Article Nicolette Martin | Photography Paul Versluis About 80 miles east of Nashville, among the winding roads of Putnam County, Tennessee, between a brick house and an old red barn, there’s a gravel road. It’s easy to miss in the expanse of rolling hills that, in … Continued

Giving Back to the Community One Pie at a Time

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."

Jazz Musician Debbie Cunningham

 Article Paige Swope and Maria Dinoia  Debbie Cunningham is a successful jazz singer and songwriter. "A Million Kisses," her latest album, is designed as an inspiration for couples to stay in love. The concept is that it takes a lifetime to get a million kisses, which correlates to her message of encouragement for couples to share a lifetime of love.…

Honoring an Icon and Having a Good Time, Too.

Winston Churchill is one of the iconic figures of the twentieth century. And even though it’s been more than a half century since his reign as the British prime minister, his persona still looms large in the hearts and minds of Churchillians everywhere. None more so than the Churchill Society of Tennessee (CST).

Changing the World, One Design at a Time

Every year around this time, O’More College of Design students are immersed in preparations for the college’s spring Fashion Show. At the event on May 12, junior and senior students will showcase the hard work they’ve put in throughout the year, as is tradition. But this year, the Fashion Show will be a bit different—and even more meaningful.