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A look at the religious mindset behind terrorism

The events of Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, will forever be etched in our minds. It had been my prayer that my children would never see a Pearl Harbor-type event. It is not to be. The question that rises above all others is the same question that is asked when any type of tragedy strikes: Why? The answers to this question are varied. More

Keep new alcohol hours and pour the mimosas

Just when you thought Nashville was moving into the 21st century

City Confidential

Jim Bartoo, you could say that Jim has a kind of More

City Picks

Here are the headlines in today's City Picks: Sherlock Holmes returns to the Barn Dinner Theatre, Sean Costello headlines Congo, Nothing's Better Than Ezra and New Country Cafe' features Tracy Lawrence.

Local talents release fabulous new CDs

Music City Muse - CD reviews of Carrie Mills' 'Looking through Windows', Buddy & Julie Miller's 'Buddy & Julie Miller' and Cheley Tackett's 'When We Knew It All'.

The price of freedom

During these troubled times it is important for all of us to reflect on what it means to be an American. Daniel Webster said,


Costume design workshop, Snowbird wants to meet health conscious kids, Storytime and hearing screenings all in one and Dance, dance, dance are just a few of the topics in today's Kid bits.

Titans putting tragedy in proper perspective

Amidst a backdrop of outrage, horror, mass loss of lives and stunning disbelief in the wake of Tuesday

David Andersen makes his mark locally in both jazz and country

While jazz and country might seem worlds apart to many listeners, there has been a long tradition of players who moved smoothly between the two genres, particularly guitarists. The ranks include such brilliant players as Chet Atkins, Hank Garland, and a current stalwart David Andersen. More

Health Happenings

Hockey fights cancer, Celebrating 10 years at Vanderbilt and Seniors are special are the topics in today's Health Happenings. More

Commandos stop Warriors, stifle backfield tandem

One normal celebration of American life went on last Friday, at the end of a decidedly abnormal week. High school football players around the state stood a little straighter for the band

Stengel leads Honeybears

Establishing a personal best time as a freshman cross-country runner isn

Preds getting in 'game shape'

It was the end of the first week of training camp for the Nashville Predators, but Tom Fitzgerald, the only captain the team has had as it enters its fourth season, was still in a summer frame of mind. More

Death Notices

Vanderbilt students get trip to see families in New York

In lieu of limited flights to New York and elsewhere across the country, Vanderbilt packed 41 students More

News Briefs

Here are the headlines in today's News Briefs: Arthritis Foundation teaches on illness, Red Cross holds many blood drives, Rotary Club hosts annual fund-raiser and SunTrust offers disaster relief. More

Sylvan Park developer moves ahead to

Even though the Metro Planning Commission stopped a proposed multi-use development in Sylvan Park, property owner Norma Crow intends to develop new plans for the commercially zoned property. More

New duplexes planned in Sylvan Heights area

The Normandy Circle Apartment complex has been sold and will be torn down to make way for a new town house project. Bill Hostettler, co-owner of Hostettler, Neuhoff & Davis, said the purchase of the property was finalized this week, and his company plans to rebuild 50 duplexes on the property. More

TSU's against cuts

Faculty and staff of Tennessee State University sent largely defensive