On today's Plus Side of Nashville, we’re talking about girl power! When you’re a young, impressionable girl – who do you look up to? Who are your role models? It’s easy to look up to strong, confident women - but how do we become one ourselves, especially when you’re a teenager still “trying to find yourself”? Well the answer could be – Girls to the Moon, a Nashville-based social enterprise company that brings together adolescent girls, caregivers and inspirational women from all walks-of-life.
November is National Entrepreneurs month. Kia Jarmon, of the MEPR Agency joins us to give tips on how to proceed as an entrepreneur in…
Layman Lessons Ministries is a clothing and feeding ministry for the homeless around the Middle Tennessee area. The founder, Louie Johnston…
Steve Layman breaks down the Titans latest loss to the Steelers.
Steve Layman gives his thoughts on where the TItans are heading after defeating the Bengals.
Steve Layman talks to the Will Healy, head coach of Austin Peay State Football team, and their turnaround redemption season.
Jessica Labenberg and Sharon Travis of the Sexual Assault center join us for OpenLine to discuss bystander intervention, and what resources…
Hugh and Brandon are joined by Fallen Outdoors. A group dedicated to bringing veterans past and present together to hunt.