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Nashville Photo Dump (2014)

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Assorted photos taken around Nashville over the course of 2014.

Compound Self Interest

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The longest journey begins with a single step. How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. And, of course, there’s the fable of the tortoise and the hare where slow and steady wins the race. The shared idea here is that small positive action driven by consistency yields success. Tony Robbins used […]

Super Foods

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“People assume that the world is carefully regulated and that there are benign institutions guarding them from making any kind of errors. A lot of marketing drip-feeds that idea, surreptitiously. So if people see somebody with apparently the right credentials, they think they’re listening to a respectable medic and trust their advice.” This statement, from […]

Stan Link, Phil Dikeman, and the Voight Vampff Duo at Centennial Park Black Box Theater (Nashville, TN)

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Photos of Stan Link, Phil Dikeman, and the Voight Vampff Duo taken December 12, 2014 as part of Free Form Friday at Centennial Park Black Box Theater in Nashville, TN. [Photos originally published by the Nashville Fringe Festival.]

El Movimiento at The Cave (Nashville, TN)

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Photos of El Movimiento taken December 8, 2014 at The Cave in Nashville, TN. [Photos originally published by the Nashville Fringe Festival.]

Kauai, Hawaii

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Photos taken in and around Kauai, Hawaii in October 2014.

Churchyard Interview

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“[With Dead Legs] I learned how to front a band and be comfortable on stage,” writes Churchyard‘s Meghan D’Amico via email, the vocalist and guitarist reflecting on her time in the now-defunct four-piece. “Churchyard is different from Dead Legs because we are a band,” she continues. “We are both intentional and collaborative with our song […]

Justin Kalk Interview

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Reading about Justin Kalk‘s musical development brings to mind something of an artistic trident: the first prong a reverence for the past, strengthened by an early introduction to instruments and past masters, enhanced by a formal musical education; the second, a tendency to experiment and take chances; and the third a dedication to always move […]

Absurdist Marketing

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“The shadows guard against wordless posturing. Only when removed from the light can we begin to shed any semblance of who we were never meant to be. Toys ‘R’ Us: Where a kid can be a kid!” Seeing as though this is a thought that’s been building for over two years, there’s a bunch more […]

Concurrence & Cher Von at Centennial Black Box Theater (Nashville, TN)

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Photos and video of Cher Von, Concurrence (Greg Bryant and Paul Horton), and Dig Deep Light Show taken October 10, 2014 at Centennial Black Box Theater for Free Form Friday in Nashville, TN. [Photos and video originally published by the Nashville Fringe Festival.]

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