The Nashville non-profit DreamWeave was formed nearly a year ago as the first non-profit enterprise in any Tennessee prison.
A local software engineer started a monthly board game night with co-workers, that has drawn crowds and created new friendships.
Teens, who may not normally get the chance or opportunity, learn how to build a bicycle in the Oasis Center's Bike Workshop.
An unique co-op created by eight Nashville artists has made marking six years of accomplishments by making a huge mess with its ugly pot throw.
What do you do to relax? Maybe you hit the gym or spring for a massage?
A local program has used music to invigorate and energize Nashville's senior citizens.
There have been a lot of dogs that do not have a home across the state, and lots of them have been forced to stay cooped up in a kennel.
Camp Hope provides a fun place for kids who have suffered burn injuries to escape and connect during the summer.
Massive artworks have become part of the urban landscape of Nashville.
Volunteers have been making the Nashville Food Project happen.
Kids and dogs alike can be found in the Green Hills branch of the Nashville Public Library, thanks to a program called READing Paws.
During a normal day at SmART! Supplies in Berry Hill, you can see customers with baskets in-hand, picking out some unique items.