Nashville: 20th Century in Photographs Rebroadcast in Tribute to Gail Kerr

Posted by on April 4, 2014 at 3:18 pm

When Gail Kerr, Nashville native and longtime columnist for the Tennessean, died on March 25, the city lost a great champion, and journalism lost a great advocate for truth and honesty. At NPT, we lost a great friend and supporter, and when it came to some of our productions, a vivid storyteller. She was most […]

Frank Keesee: The Lone Ranger of Photography

Posted by on May 11, 2010 at 9:40 am
Bear Glacier by Frank Keesee

“I don’t have a creative bone in my body,” says Nashville accountant and volunteer photographer extraordinaire Frank Keesee, “which is good, because creative accountants go to jail.” While this may be true (the “creative bone in my body” part), what’s not debatable is the size of Frank’s heart and dedication to supporting those organizations and […]

Wanted: Your Visions of Nashville

Posted by on March 25, 2010 at 9:29 am

Middle Tennesseans Encouraged To Send In Their Best Nashville Photo for “Visions of Nashville” Campaign  The Ryman. Opryland. 2nd Avenue. The Shelby Street Bridge. The Batman Building. Musica. What do all these have in common?  Every one of these locations is pictured in thousands of photos every year because they are Nashville. They are the […]

When a Little ONeill Met a Big Ali in Baltimore

Posted by on August 13, 2008 at 8:48 am
Lauren O'Neill and Muhammad Ali

I can hear a collective “Aaaaawwwwww” rising up in Nashville. The above picture comes to us courtesy of Brian O’Neill, our director of brand management and creative services. Monday’s Muhammad Ali: Made in Miami reminded him of an amazing moment for him and his family years ago in Baltimore. He tells us: “The champ came […]