Join GDPR for our annual yuletide celebration: 24 Hours of Christmas — multigenre holiday sounds, comedy, classic old-time radio including Christmas staples It’s A Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol, and Miracle on 34th Street (featuring the original movie casts!), and more! Starting midnight Central Time, make us your holiday’s soundtrack.
Mark International Women’s Day and the #DayWithoutAWoman protest by supporting GDPR and other woman-owned independent progressive broadcasters and media!
On December 25, as is our annual tradition, GDPR will set aside its normal schedule to air a day of holiday cheer. Join us for a memorable way to ring in Christmas and Hanukkah — and a superb soundtrack for your celebrations.
It’s almost Earth Day, y’all! This is the day each year we focus on the well-being of our home, our planet. The global environment-focused day of awareness and action, started by the United Nations in 1969, is marked officially this year on April 22. Nashville gets into the act on Saturday, April 23. If you care […]
Gosh, the end of summer weather has been glorious in Nashville so far. Has anyone heard of spring fever coming in Autumn? How do we muster the seriousness to atone adequately and appropriately? (Yom Kippur starts tonight, y’all.) I am not really sure, but suggest taking a deep breath and venturing forth into the events […]
On Saturday, Sept. 5, the Central Labor Council of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, Workers’ Dignity, and Middle Tennessee Jobs With Justice staged the Nashville Labor Day Parade, followed by the annual Workers’ Dignity fundraising festival at St. Edward Church on Thompson Lane. The third annual event featured a march that allowed local progressive organizations and labor unions […]
Between shooting for Nashville and newly driving for Uber (gotta buy groceries!), had almost no time last week; apologies. Hoping this week will be less stressful and more forgiving. We’ll see. In the meantime, here’s what’s happening through Thursday in Music City, and one happening is huge: Thursday is Runoff Election Day. TUESDAY, SEPT. 8 […]
The author seeks to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day in Music City. Turns out finding a Nashville poultry special on this July 29 is tougher than it looks, but the day may end up being all kinds of delicious.
It’s Mandela Day: The anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s birth is fast becoming an international observance. This day offers us an opportunity to ponder our responsibility to those around us, to reflect on what good we are doing, and to commit to what we will do to change the world. Read more about it at Progressive Nashville.