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One Step at a Time

After a boating accident left Jake Ousley without a left foot, the rising singer/songwriter is re-adjusting, reflecting and learning how to kick ass with the one good leg he has left.

J&T Things

J&T Places

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New Nashville Perspective

My hometown has transformed since I left it 8 years ago. Mixing local knowledge with a visitor’s curiosity, here’s what to eat, drink and do in America’s hottest city.

J&T People

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Down … Set … Hike!

The Red Zone Channel moves at breakneck speeds on NFL Sundays, so when its host Andrew Siciliano needs a break, he slows it down and hikes to find solitude and satisfaction.

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Grubbin’ and the Gridiron

From tailgates to sports bars, college football and food always have aligned. Now, the media is joining the party, too, using eats to establish rapport with hungry fans.

On a recent Saturday, King spent the morning writing an upcoming Monday Morning Quarterback column at the dining room table in his 16th floor apartment. (Photo by Dominic Bonvissuto)

Clothes Fit for a King

Peter King dresses up for TV on NFL Sundays but goes the total opposite direction off air. Here’s a look at the casual style that makes his wife cringe but suits him just fine.

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A Marine Still Fighting

The story of how former soldier Dan McCready walked away from the corporate fast track to start two companies deeply rooted in his one true love: the United States of America.

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Behind Mitchell Bat Co.

How did Jeremy Mitchell go from designing websites to creating baseball’s hottest accessory? Equal parts hard work, love for the game and some well-timed Instagrams.