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Host Jakob Lewis, a Nashville citizen, goes to Magdeburg Germany to see where the rubber meets the road for Sister Cities' ideali…
How do you move on when you move back to your childhood home?
Meet Joann Jones. She's 79 years old, and she loves to dance
Not a lot of teens are excited about being the “different” kid that stands out in high school. As a Muslim teen from Iraq, Fatima…
At Sunday Night Soul you'll see something rare in Nashville—a racially diverse crowd.
A list of resources to learn from this moment so it's not just a moment.
Today we're entering into the intriguing and competitive world of pigeon racing.
A living saint asks an ominous question during the 2017 total solar eclipse in Tennessee—"how long is the dark?"
When Robert was young, no one seemed to care that he didn’t know how to read. As he got older, lack of literacy affected his life…
"The Stuttering Paradox" is the story of a Nashville musician who saw stuttering as his greatest flaw until a stuttering program …
Jakob takes some performance art and turns it into radio in hopes you'll pay attention.
Listeners from around the world call in and share how they're staying sane and connected.
Call 615-601-1411 and tell us how you are staying connected with your neighbors during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A year later Neighbors is returning with a few changes.
Will four Middle School heroes rescue a town in crisis from the vicious tigralligator?!?
What happens when you want to learn more about your cultural heritage and find out that your grandma was a spy?
When a beloved farmer goes down on marijuana distribution charges, his community rallies to conserve his scenic farmland — and 12…
Jakob's on the road and wants to let you know why.