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Posts Tagged ‘Nashville’

The Little Chefs

The Little Chefs

I wrote this profile of Sam’s school for Local Table, a magazine about food and farms in central Tennessee. Read it here. [Read More]

Nashville’s Clean-Eating Crusader

Nashville’s Clean-Eating Crusader

For CR magazine, I wrote a profile of Randy Pendergrass, a cancer survivor and nutritionist at St. Thomas Hospital here in Nashville. Read it here. [Read More]

Turning Water into Whiskey at Jack Daniel’s

Turning Water into Whiskey at Jack Daniel’s

Some would argue that the water flowing from a fissure in a rock in Moore County, Tennessee, is made for whiskey.  “You can’t make good whiskey without good water,” says Jeff Arnett. He should know. Since 2008, Arnett has been the Master Distiller at the [Read More]

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The Endgame of Ruby Knuckles

The Endgame of Ruby Knuckles

The Endgame of Ruby Knuckles Published in 2011 in Arcadia That Sunday morning, I was not full of the Holy Ghost. I [Read More]

What medicine can learn from squid teeth

What medicine can learn from squid teeth

Many types of squid have razor-sharp teeth. They just are not where you’d expect to find them. Each of the [Read More]

The value of a good science hack

The value of a good science hack

Physicist Matt Bellis attended his first Science Hack Day in the fall of 2010, in Palo Alto, California. Like many [Read More]

Preserving the Past

Preserving the Past

The George Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York, is the oldest photography museum in the world. The Victorian mansion [Read More]

Let the structural symphony begin

Let the structural symphony begin

Like other structural biologists, Eva Nogales works in extraordinary times. The University of California, Berkeley, [Read More]

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