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NPT: The Fugitives

n the early 20th century, a coterie of poets gathered in Nashville, Tennessee, determined to redefine the way the world viewed the south. They would prove that the South could produce highly intellectual art. The Fugitive, a literary magazine published from 1922-1925, proved that point.

NPT: Conversation With The Composers

Craig Havighurst talks to composers Bela Fleck, Edgar Meyer and Zakir Hussain about their composition “Concerto for Bass, Banjo & Tabla,” performed with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra for the premiere gala in the new Schermerhorn Symphony Center in 2006.

NPT: Perspectives – Health Care in Middle TN

John Seigenthaler hosts this follow up discussion to PBS’s Health Care Reform Special. Guests are Congressman Jim Cooper (5th TN), Dr. Reginald Coopwood, CEO of Nashville Metro Hospital Authority and Dr. John Sergent, Vice Chair for Education, Dept. of Medicine at Vanderbilt University.

The Cracker Barrel Warehouse

Wonder where all the stuff on the walls at Cracker Barrel comes from?

The Zen of Tattoos

From favorite teams, to bands to even Santa, body art displays what people care about.

20-somethings and the recession

Trailer promoting Life On Hold, a special report by The Tennessean/

Life On Hold trailer Medium 1

Nashville’s Iconic Signage

Nashville is full of classic signs. These are some of our readers’ favorites. For more, visit

NPT: Biking Shelby Bottoms

Video evidence exhibit A

NPT: Biking The Hill

NPT: Matt Emigh Inaugural Bicycle Commute (The Ride Home Begins)

The ride home begins

SUPER PC | Multiple Monitors | Video Walls | Trading Computers | Multiple Screens | Control Room Consoles

SUPER PC | Multiple Monitor | Video Wall | Trading Computer | Multiple LED | Xtreme4VS | Control Room Monitors