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Vandy back to SEC challenges

Visibly demoralized after narrow losses to MTSU and Alabama, Vanderbilt

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Yiddish class captures history of language

People interested in learning the Yiddish language can now take a class at the Gordon Jewish Community Center, 801 Percy Warner Blvd., Bellevue. Esther Loeb teaches the class from 11 a.m.-noon Fridays on a volunteer basis. Loeb started the classes about two months ago. More

New art gallery opens in Madison

Madison has gotten its first art gallery. The Madison Art Center is in a 16,000-square-foot historic building on Gallatin Rd, just minutes from downtown. It More

Unsung Hero Awards slated at Frist Center


News Briefs

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's News Briefs: Metro police start N.Y. relief fund, Nashville Optimists celebrate 25 years and Cancer center to hold luncheon. More

You may not know it, but you

Like it or not, all of us have been drafted into the war against terrorists. We are all soldiers, and we have a job to do. The primary weapon of the terrorist is fear. More

Thompson seeks re-election

U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson ended months of speculation Monday when he announced he would run for re-election to the U.S. Senate. More

Shelby Bottoms Boogie to aid in NYC relief efforts

The upcoming Shelby Bottoms Boogie, East Nashville

City Picks

Here are the headlines in today's City Picks: T. Graham Brown headlines Billy Block's, Larry O. Dean springs into action at Springwater, Yayhoos yahoo at 12th and Porter and Comedy comes at a good time. More

Slavery and segregation still need reparations

On July 11, 1998, Jeff Rogers and James

City confidential

Milt Capps, strong of character, weak in the knees, will no doubt always remember his first day of work at Metro More

Kid Bits

Oh say can you see: Head Start children "see" if they need glasses, Girl Scouts Together honor 50 top teen Girl Scouts, Win college scholarships: write your way into $1,000 scholarships and $$$ for college: "Paying for College," a free financial aid workshop are the topics in today's Kid Bits.

Boundaries define our identity and benefit our relationships

I thought you cared about me. How could you do this to me after all I have done for you? When I am dead and gone, you will be sorry! Someday you will understand. You think only of yourself. These statements are signs of relationships in which boundaries are not very clear. But what are boundaries? More

O'Connor excels in both jazz and classical music

The ranks of soloists and composers who can simultaneously excel in both the classical and jazz genres have never contained many members. Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis and his saxophonist brother Branford are the best-known contemporary examples of this trend. More


Music City Muse - Review of LP's 'Heart Shaped Scar', Roy Haynes/Birds of a Feather's 'A Tribute to Charlie Parker' and 'Studio One Rockers' by various artists. More

Health Happenings

Patient Resource Center opens, Pediatricians share pearls of wisdom, Red Cross Update, Good health hints and Order your pasta al dente, are the topics in today's Health Happenings. More

More West Nile Virus found

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed that nine dead blue jays found in Shelby County were infected with the West Nile Virus. In addition, a dead blue jay found this week in Humphreys County and three more in Shelby County have preliminarily tested positive for the virus. More

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News Briefs

Here are the headlines in today's News Briefs: Living history tour Saturday, Boys & Girls Club to host dinner, Entrepreneurship forum scheduled and Helpers needed for Lily's Garden. More