Mornings on Main Street
In our premiere episode host Big Joe Dubin will introduce Nashville's new local morning show. You will hear from local baseball hall of famer Woody Hunt, radio legend Devon O'Day and Dave Gould, the owner of Main Street Media. One solid hour of local news, local sports and local people. You don't want to miss this first episode!
A few weeks ago, my son’s football team was playing a game in Chattanooga, about a two-hour drive from the house. After the game, I kissed his head and told him I would see him back at school to pick him up.
This Friday night, my old high school, McGavock, will play Dickson County on the football field. Now is the perfect time to revisit a story I wrote a few years ago about a wild Friday night when we played Dickson County in a game for the ages.
Twenty-eight years ago this week, the movie, “The Thing Called Love,” was released in the theaters. Don’t worry whether or not you remember it, because a lot of people don’t. In fact, according to the website IMDB, it cost $14 million to make but only made more than $1 million.
NOTE: I wrote this two years ago on August 16, 2019 when my father passed away. We had a complicated relationship, meaning, I had not seen or spoken to him in years. I share this for anyone who is in the same situation I was. Just about everyone told me how to feel, but as you will see at th…
Donelson and Hermitage’s best food, wine and beer will be showcased Sunday as the community’s favorite eateries and adult beverage businesses gather to celebrate an evening of fun at Opry Mills Mall.
Years ago, I lived in Hawaii growing up and at night, it could get quite humid as you were trying to go to sleep. We were not far from the north shore and you’d think a sweet cool breeze from the Pacific Ocean would make everything nice and easy, but that was not the case.
Through the years, I have been very fortunate to have some wonderful interns come through that wanted to make working in television their career. You can tell quickly who is soaking up all the knowledge and those who are going through the motions.
Twenty-six jobs in 11 years. Yes, I had 26 jobs in 11 years, and that is from the time I graduated from high school until I was hired as a part-time editor at Channel 2 in May 1997.
My belt broke the other day. I wish I could say it was from gaining weight, but it wasn’t. That is probably the only time someone has uttered that, but it is true.
You have always heard people talk about a leap of faith, and all kinds of things conjure up in your head about what that means. Or what it looks like. Here is mine. It was a leap of faith I took 25 years ago last month that changed my life in every single way.
Back in 2005, while working at another television station in another lifetime, I was tasked, along with a news photographer and a producer, to travel across the state of Tennessee to do an hour special on vacation destinations. The first thing I pitched was we had to go to Graceland. Everyth…
Goodbye, 2020 and really, thanks for nothing. You reminded me of the scene in Animal House when the new guys go to a fraternity rush party and wanted to hang out with the cool guys, but the frat brothers kept directing them to hang out with the not-so-cool guys.
By now, you have probably heard about the ex-girlfriend who broke up with her boyfriend, but before she did, she went into his Netflix account and set up her own profile under the name, “Settings.”
My mother passed away nine years ago, and every year on this day of saying goodbye to her, I spend a lot of time reflecting on her and the life she gave me. Spoiler alert: She was amazing in many ways, but one incident in particular stands out.
By now, you might have heard the story of a group of valets standing around a car, as if something was wrong with it. The owner turned around and asked, “What’s the problem?” One valet replied, almost embarrassingly, “None of us know how to drive stick shift.”