Teachers’ Pets

 Article Maria Dinoia | Photography Peggy Weatherford  Meet Jen Sigler, a second-grade teacher at Hunter's Bend Elementary, and her dog, Ginger, a 5-year-old goldendoodle. Ginger was adopted from a breeder near Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and has been with the family since 2013.  What is a bad habit your pet has?

Five Things I Love with Hannah Dinoia

 Article Maria Dinoia | Photography Peggy Weatherford  Kind. Shy. Intelligent. Talented. These are just a few of the words that describe Hannah Dinoia, a seemingly typical teenage girl. A sophomore at Franklin High School, Dinoia plays on the school volleyball team, is active in the leadership club, volunteers with Best Buddies and works hard to maintain an A average. And when…

Southeast Financial Credit Union

 Article Linda Dohse | Photography Lisa Linn Manley  With more than 39,000 members and 130 employees, Southeast Financial Credit Union has been serving members in Middle Tennessee communities and beyond since 1936. Providing traditional banking services including checking and savings accounts, auto and home loans, Southeast Financial is dedicated to helping members meet their current and future financial goals.  “We’ve…

Dogs, Cats, Lizards…and History

 Article and Photography Shifay Cheung  We are a nation of pet owners. According to the American Pet Products Association's 2017-18 National Pet Owners Survey, 68 percent of U.S. households have a pet. And our love of pets starts young. Check local library shelves and see kids thumbing through colorful pet-care books or absorbed in adventures of a fictional cat or dog. It’s not…

24 Hours with Stephanie Langston

 Article Maria Dinoia | Photography Hany Ramzy  WKRN Reporter Stephanie Langston is constantly on the go. Between sleuthing out crime stories and being a mom to son Zaidyn and French bulldog Rene Charles, she is more than occupied. A true Nashville native, this former pageant girl knew from a young age she wanted to be a reporter. Landing that real-life role had…

Sports and the “C” Word

 Article Dr. Pamela Drury | Photography Provided  Neurobehavioral Associates of Nashville works with families to help manage concussions and provides Return-To-Play and Return-To-Learn recommendations to ensure the best recovery and minimize further injury. Neurobehavioral Associates of Nashville uses a more comprehensive assessment, including cognitive, emotional and QEEG testing. If a concussion occurs, they use QEEG brain mapping, cognitive testing and a concussion management…

You Only Live Once

Article Kyle Keene, Project Play Therapy LLC | Photography Sarah Keene, Project Play Therapy LLC

Tails of Friendship

When we let pets into our homes, they quickly and easily also find a place into our hearts. They become a part of the family. Whether it’s your cat that paws your head at 5 a.m. or your panting dog begging to play catch, we can’t imagine our lives without them.  This issue celebrates the … Continued

August 2018 Around Town

Tails and Trails for the Cure 5K Put your best paw forward to help raise funds for the American Cancer Society on Saturday, Aug. 4 at 8 a.m. Tails and Trails for the Cure 5K is a fun run/walk event for runners and dog lovers at heart. Participants can race the 5K trails at the Park … Continued