Tuesday, 21 May, 2013
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Arts Commission approves public art guidelines
Since 1995, the Commission has called for an establishment of public art process, funding of public art and an education/information program about public art.
Stem-cell research: Proceed with caution
Automotive teachers learning new transportation technology
"Automotive technicians are part of the country
Donelson Christian expands school in four stages
Donelson Christian Academy will be under construction for most of this school year as the second phase of a four-stage project continues.
Codes, lawyers' causus work to ensure rights of tenants
Kemper said his group could have an impact on landlords in a way the Department of Codes does not.
New Jacksonian units open soon to residents
Rochford has taken pains to reproduce the old Jacksonian as closely as possible, using many of the materials from the old building in the new one.
Intelligence and learning can
To determine the standard of education by test scores alone is shortsighted and somewhat risky.
Chandra Levy case strains logic of nastions' feminists
What bugged feminists was that 30 years ago men had affairs and everyone thought it was cute; whereas, women had affairs and they were sluts.
Kats cut ticket prices for playoffs
Sounds mission is to stop Burroughs, Beavers
Sounds reorganize front office administration
AmeriSports, which owns the Nashville Sounds, promoted chief financial officer Glenn Yaeger to chief operating officer last week, with one goal in sight and perhaps other forthcoming changes.
IRL provides thrills, danger
Now fans have the chance to see "up close and personal" this exciting form of racing. It's unbelievably thrilling
Giaffone happy with unexpected success
Giaffone, a relative unknown prior to this season, enters the race tied for third in points with Eliseo Salazar. They trail points leader Sam Hornish Jr. by 92 points and are only 32 points behind second place Buddy Lazier.
Metros take on Wolves
Nashville Metros players and head coach Brett Mosen hope a five-game home stand that begins tonight at 7 with the Connecticut Wolves can lead to less introspection.
Things to do
Guitar Night at the Wildhorse Saloon, OpryFest Bluegrass Jamboree, Exotic birds swarm Fairgrounds just to name a few.
Driving to put the brakes on breast cancer
BMW and Komen Foundation to sponsor Ultimate Drive fund-raiser this weekend
Come on, get happy
Star comic Richard Lewis to shed some light on his dark side
Plastic surgery, Dave Ramsey gives credit its due
Dave Ramsey, Nashville
Tahoe, Tahoe, it's off to Yonkers we go
'Jurassic Park III' and 'The Score' are heavy hitters
Sequels are the inevitable byproduct of today
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