Robbie Robertson considers himself a storyteller. He says he learned that at the Six Nations Indian Reserve. "I witnessed elders who told stories that just went right deep into my soul," Robertson said.
Had things been a little different, Jiyayi Suleyman might have been a peshmerga fighter alongside his uncle and other Kurdish troops. Instead he's a police office in Nashville trying to keep the city's residents there safe.
Why was British Musician Billy Bragg invited to present at the 2013 Americana Music Festival? Seems unusual, but Bragg argues that the British were actually integral in developing Americana music after World War II.
Sophie Lambert (U.S. Green Building Council) discusses the LEED for Neighborhood Development rating system. It could change how developers and local governments can work together to create environmentally-sound neighborhoods. On Living on Earth.
Tonight's Town Hall-style debate between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain takes The Takeaway to Nashville, Tennessee. Reporter Colby Sledge has been following the preparations for a month. He gives us a sneak preview of what's in store.
Today, supporters of both presidential candidatewill be out in force claiming their candidate won last night's debate in Tennessee. It was a discussion largely about the policy differences the two have been touting for weeks but in a different format.
Voters in Nashville, Tennessee head to the polls today to decide whether English should be the only language for all government business in town. Reporter Blake Farmer of WPLN has been covering the 'English First' movement.
Right now the center of attention for politically frustrated conservatives is Nashville, Tenn., as the Tea Party Convention rolls on to day two. We ask the Texas Congressman what he thinks of the Tea Parties, and what future he sees for them.