Carpooling with Mayor Rogers Anderson

Mayor of Williamson County, and current Chairman of Mayor’s Caucus of Middle Tennessee While Hytchin’ with Carissa Biele, Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson is quick to admit that he’s participated in hitching before. Hitching with an “I”? — Shady. Hytchin with a “Y”? — Smart. While sharing a ride through busy streets of Williamson County, […]

Ridesharing with Ralph Schulz

President & CEO – Nashville Chamber of Commerce If you’re considering joining in a contest of Nashville trivia, make sure Ralph Schulz is on your team!  As President and CEO of the Nashville Chamber, he specializes in all things Nashville — facts, statistics and information about Nashvillians’ lifestyles are essential to his work for the […]

Starting a Hytch with Bill Ketron

Tennessee State Senator – Candidate for Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron Makes Transportation a Signature Issue in Campaign for Rutherford County Mayor Rutherford County is now the fifth-most populated county in Tennessee and 85 percent of Murfreesboro commuters drive to work alone. That adds up to “gridlock” on Rutherford County roads, says State Senator Bill […]

“Earth Overshoot Day?” What’s that?

Have you heard of ”Earth Overshoot Day?” No? You are not alone and that is a big problem. “Earth Overshoot Day” is the date each year that the human population uses up more resources than nature can renew for that year. In 2017, our “Earth Overshoot Day” was August 2nd. This is the earliest day […]

Nashville Technology Council CEO Brian Moyer on Who’s Innovating in Nashville

Nashville residents weren’t surprised to learn that the city created the seventh-most tech jobs in the country in 2017. “Since 2006, Nashville added jobs in nearly every tech industry we track,” noted Forbes, “led by 3,700 new jobs in systems design, 1,800 in data processing, and 1,100 in engineering services.” Those jobs have been a strong […]