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Finding shelter from life’s storms
Weiss uses real estate career to build home for her family

As Realtor Kaila Weiss stood at a padlocked door in a house she was showing to a buyer, her thoughts about what might be on the other side of it were far from the shocking reality. In that moment, Weiss believed only that the owner was hiding something about the residence, and that she needed to protect her client, she says.

Kennedy finds her fit at Husch Blackwell

Camille Kennedy says she loves jigsaw puzzles.

Kennedy’s attraction to puzzles is partly tied to her golden-hued memories of family vacations at a cabin in Gatlinburg, where she and her parents and siblings would decompress from the stress of Christmas. Someone would bring a puzzle, and they’d gather around the scattered pieces and snap them together, as if they were posing for a Thomas Kincaid painting.

Mortgage rates and the housing market in 2024

You’ve probably heard the adage that says the only consistent thing in life is change. This is true in any line of work, but it’s especially true when you’re involved in real estate.

No one could have foreseen the ripple effects a global pandemic would have in 2020, or the frenzy in real estate it would cause. In the wake of COVID, people all over the country looked at where they lived, and many chose to make a change.

Three color trends to brighten your home in 2024

Looking for a quick, simple change to help your home feel fresh for the new year? One of the easiest – and most inexpensive ways – to update your home is changing your color palette.

Depending on your current décor and overall aesthetic, there are a number of directions you can go. Here are paint manufacturers’ top suggestions for 2024.

Financial Focus: New Year’s financial resolutions

 Now that we’ve reached 2024, you might be thinking about your goals and hopes for the new year. But in addition to whatever personal resolutions you might make – volunteering, going to the gym more, learning a new language and others – why not make some financial resolutions, too?

Personal Finance: Overspent in December? Here’s how to battle the bills

The first workday in January after the holidays hits a little bit differently: The parties are over, debt payments are soon due and it can feel like there’s nothing to look forward to.

You may be able to minimize the doldrums with some planning and other steps to turn things around, financial experts say.

Freshman QB has Vol fans looking forward to new season

The Nico Iamaleava era has officially launched.

After making a few brief appearances this season, the heralded freshman quarterback made his first career start for the University of Tennessee football team in the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl on New Year’s Day.

What’s wrong, how to fix it
The Titans have found their quarterback, are lost at most other positions

The so-called “competitive rebuild” the Tennessee Titans were aiming for in 2023 completely missed the mark.

The collaboration between head coach Mike Vrabel and general manager Ran Carthon that owner Amy Adams Strunk mandated when she brought Carthon on board to replace the fired Jon Robinson had a few hits in the draft and free agency, but not nearly enough for the Titans to remain on the cusp of contention.

Jaguars at Titans: What to watch

Jaguars (9-7) at Titans (5-11)

Sunday, January 7 | 1 p.m.

Nissan Stadium, Nashville


The Titans will limp out of 2023 and into 2024 with a depleted roster, not sure if their new starting quarterback will be on the field and/or if it will be a swan song for Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry.

Book review: Shelve diversity training, hire diverse management

Well. This wasn’t what you wanted.

It was supposed to be better than this, wasn’t it? But it’s not anywhere close to what it should be. No, you expected different and that’s not right. Read the new book “Gray Areas” by Adia Harvey Wingfield, Ph.D., and you might have to think about this again.

Best plug-in hybrids for driving past the pumps

Buying a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle is a great way to try living with an electric vehicle without giving up the convenience of using gasoline for longer trips. They’re perfect for driving shorter commutes, shuttling children to school and running local errands on electricity.