Talk radio shows were besieged by callers ranting against the Atlanta Braves for hosting members of the Gay Games selection committee. That committee is working hard with the Atlanta business and tourism power structure to bring the 2006 Gay Games to the city. Atlanta is one of the finalists, along with Los Angeles, Chicago and Montreal. More
As the summer winds down, even the cable networks seem to be cutting back on their output of quality material. This is another of those weekends when some sort of outdoor activity or alternate indoors diversion might be in order. More
Metro Councilwoman Amanda McClendon is attempting to lure Watkins College of Art & Design to South Nashville
Fix. magazine, a cultural booklet dedicated to Nashville art, fashion and music, will host Fix. Fest 01, a benefit concert, at 328 Performance Hall this Saturday, featuring a plethora of urban music mainstays. More
WEEKEND, AUGUST 10-12 - Here are just a few of the headlines in today's City Picks: Make your own kite at the Frist Center, Get on Tammy Wynette's tour bus, Jason White mellows out at the Radio Cafe' and Shakespeare comes alive in Centennial Park.
Nominations for the 12th annual International Bluegrass Music Awards were announced Thursday morning at the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the now household name, Dan Tyminski, is the odds-on favorite to get his share of recognition at the ceremonies on Oct. 4 in Louisville, Ky. More
The golden boy with the golden arm may not be destined to remain in Nashville very long. Young Ryan Vogelsong appears on the fast track - or fast plane - to Pittsburgh, home of the Major League Baseball Pirates. When he builds his pitch count in the vicinity of 100, the Pirates likely will be calling. More
For Nashville Kats lineman C.J. McLain, life has sometimes been as hard as the hits he levels at opposing quarterbacks. But in his rookie season with the Kats he has used his speed and athleticism to lead the team's linemen with 30 tackles and four quarterback sacks. More