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It seems I write a lot about motivation in this column. As well I should, since there is so much information about exercise and diet out there on the World Wide Web, magazines and other mass media. Who needs another talking head about what you should and shouldn More

Judy Ide redefines the

Know Your Neighbors - Judy Ide loves teen-agers. It doesn

Keep in Minders

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Paint a desk and fool the eye

Hey, boys and girls! I'll bet you're thrilled to be back in school. Actually, I remember the mild trauma of having to say goodbye to summer and actually wear shoes. And though I'd spend the entire summer hidden away on the porch with a good book, somehow being told that you have to read makes it seem like a chore. More

Planned Midtown towers will not need zone change

The twin apartment towers project proposed for Midtown appears one step closer to materializing now that a zone change will not be needed, according to the attorney handling the land-use case for the developer. More

Sun Belt opener marks history for Blue Raiders

The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders have waited two years for Saturday

Preds' Mowers running out of chances

Center Mark Mowers knows what the Nashville Predators want to see from him. And with two preseason games under his belt and three more on tap this weekend, he knows that time is quickly running out for him to show the coaching staff that he is the same player that they liked so much in 1998. More

Titans to rely on O'Donnell, George

The tired old sports clich

TSU wrestles with Rattlers in Atlanta

Two storied football programs with a decades-rivalry will meet at 2 p.m. CT in the heart of Atlanta before an enthusiastic crowd and a Fox Sports South television audience (Comcast Channel 28 in Nashville) for the 2001 Georgia Power Atlanta Football Classic. More

Four decades later, Pigue inspires Warriors

Buddy Brown had just guided Antioch to the Region 6-5A championship and a second-round playoff berth when an opportunity arose late last summer that he couldn

Commodores need victory over Richmond

It should be the perfect opportunity for the Vanderbilt football team to erase the zero in the

Ryan freshman nets game-winner

The Nashville Girls Soccer City Championship, hosted by Hume-Fogg and Father Ryan, continued its action last night. The tournament continues play today, and the semifinals and finals will conclude on Saturday. More

News Briefs

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's News Briefs: Young Leaders hold fund-raiser, Clement to hold 13th Academy Day and Green Hills YMCA holds fall festival. More

Bruins runners look to make impact in Classic

Nearly every area college, including Belmont and David Lipscomb, will send its finest cross country runners to the Vaughn

Elliston Place Street Festival makes return

After a roughly 17-year hiatus, the Elliston Place Street Festival returns Saturday in what the commercial strip

CEO Academy kids give to Red Cross

Children from the Children

A slice of apple pie and talk of American

Historic 1855 Victorian saved from destruction

After escaping destruction at the last moment, Bellevue

Boulevard safety topic of meeting

The Belle Meade Board of Commissioners will hold a public meeting Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. at city hall to hear residents

WSM morning show host hospitalized

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