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CONTEST! HEY KIDS, we've got a really neat prize for you if you can help us figure out what SPLAT! stands for. SPLAT! is an acronym

Pet Patter

Owning a pet, whether it More

City Picks

Here are the headlines in today's City Picks: Exit/In welcomes back Lennon Murphy and A night of Knight (Christ Knight at 12th and Porter).

City confidential

Aimee Burns, her day job is nightlife. Away from her day, and sometimes night, job as director of marketing for the Wildhorse Saloon, Burns tries to spend nights and weekends quietly puttering around the house, jogging the neighborhood and treating herself to chocolate ice cream cones

Affectionate cat needs love


Planners to review Bellevue development

Developers of the proposed Devon Farms subdivision will find out Thursday if they can move forward without using a Planned Unit Development (PUD) plan. Councilman Vic Lineweaver said Tuesday that Bellevue neighbors, Metro Parks, the Metro Historical Commission, and Friends of Warner Parks would prefer a PUD, which puts more restrictions on a development. More


Composer/playwright Marcus Hummon has been fascinated by the life of Jim Thorpe since childhood. Thorpe, the only athlete to win the decathlon and pentathlon in the same Olympics in 1912, also played professional football and baseball. Unfortunately, he battled personal demons, notably alcohol, his entire life. More

Fisher, Titans getting back to fundamentals

The philosophy won

Teacher salaries still at issue

It was standing room only at Tuesday night

Metro officers to get gas masks

Metro police officers will get 200 gas masks as the result of a federal grant

Sperduto tabbed to head AFL ops

Titans owner K.S.

15,000 kids see Preds play Thrashers

It was a day for area school children to watch a little hockey and do a lot of learning, but in the end it was the Nashville Predators who may have learned the biggest lessons. More

Honeybears, Irish kick it up again

About an hour before last night

Death Notices

Cooper has opinions

In the fall of 1999, former Ohio State coach John Cooper sent assistant coach Chuck Stobart to Memphis to recruit lineman Albert Means. Stobart, a former coach at Memphis University, came back with a shocking message. More

News Briefs

Here are the headlines in today's News Briefs: Red Cross sets additional drives, Scouts celebrate freedom, service, 'Hands On' needs October volunteers, Golf tournament helps playground and Fisk sponsors fairs. More

Television fulfills its awesome responsibility

Although the network

Police: Bomb threats wearing agencies thin

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation officials say their

Christian youth complex to be built at 100 Oaks

Rocketown, a Christian complex for teenagers slated to open next year, will announce its new location at a luncheon Oct. 2, to which more than 1,600 religious leaders have been invited. More

Four win awards as

Four non-profit staff members and volunteers won the 5th Annual Unsung Heroes Awards Tuesday night at the Frist Center. The awards, given by the Council of Community Services, recognizes those who work behind the scenes to strengthen community life. More