Life after death: Holocaust survivor tells her story

May 3, 2015 A nearly 70-year-old doll stands in a quaint Forest Hills ranch-style home as one of its owner’s most prized possessions. In a neighborhood known for its affluence, prized possessions typically look like exotic cars or gilded pens—not dolls. Especially not dolls whose arms have long since fled their body or whose skin […]

Oxford Barber Shop provides a little cut of history

Feb. 23, 2015 A clock hangs on the chipped, gray wall. It tick, tick, ticks ceaselessly, a nagging reminder of change. With every passing second, it seems something new changes in Nashville these days. A glossy condo complex springs from the earth; yet another neighborhood gets gentrified. The next big restaurant opens; the last big […]