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Breakfast bites eat away at morning hunger

Saturday and Sunday mornings, however, provide leisure time for favorites. Sweet, ripe honeydew and cantaloupe, served with a lemon wedge or salted and peppered might begin the meal. Pancakes, johnnycakes, flapjacks, griddle cakes, waffles, fritters, cheese or cinnamon toast, bagels, biscuits, blintzes or blini are all family favorites, each with their own creations in size, shape, flavor and additions.  read more »

Paul Burch and the WPA Ballclub to represent Tennessee in D.C.

Tennessee Congressman Bob Clement recently announced local Americana musician Paul Burch & The WPA Ballclub were picked to represent the Volunteer State by performing Sept. 19 at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage in Washington, D.C., as part of Tennessee Day.  read more »

Love across gender lines in 'Trans-Sister Radio'

ART & LETTERS - Chris Bohjalian

Gulch property may be exempt

The Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency says it will consider allowing owners of some Gulch property to be exempt from the area

What Nashvillians are buying to show patriotism?

Following Tuesday's terrorist attacks, our country has displayed more patriotism than has been seen since World War II, according to a CNN report. The City Paper asked local merchants what people are buying to show their patriotism.  read more »

Arts & Letters Picks

ART & LETTERS - Books/Literature, Lectures, Art classes, Proforming arts, Visual arts, Just for kids, topics in today's Arts & Letters Picks.  read more »

Council set to hear cable access restructure plan

Metro Councilwoman Lynn Williams is set to begin her effort to restructure how the city

Urban League CEO optimistic

The Nashville Urban League Inc. is discussing expansion of its services to all of Middle Tennessee, according to new president and chief executive officer, Darryl Tukufu.  read more »

Local radio stations host town meeting

Supertalk 99.7 WTN, 95-dot-5 WSM FM and 650 WSM will host

McNair still sore, but improving some

TITANS TUESDAY - The health of quarterback Steve McNair continues to be a concern for the Titans. McNair

Titans hitting the road, face Brunell, Jaguars

TITANS TUESDAY - Despite the Tennessee Titans somewhat green secondary and the Jacksonville Jaguars

Minister berated after fake

One of the Nashville

VU 'obsessed' with winning a game

After the turmoil of last Tuesday

VU women make history in Rudholph debut

On a day stocked with sparkling individual debuts, Vanderbilt

Metros play Wednesday

The Nashville Metros home playoff game against the Milwaukee Rampage has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. at Ezell Park in Nashville.  read more »

Reduced playoff schedule most likely answer

TITANS TUESDAY - NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue is expected to decide perhaps as early as today what route the league will pursue regarding last weekend

'Ordinary' American life not to be taken for granted


Fisher's USC career prepared him well

TITANS TUESDAY - As Titans head coach Jeff Fisher drifts from one practice area to another, sunglasses conceal his brightened eyes when he observes the wide receivers versus defensive backs drills.  read more »

L'shanah tovah - The Jewish New Year marks time of reflection

Last night at sundown, Jews around the world celebrated the first night of Rosh Hashanah

Death Notices