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Fountain Place concept receives mixed feelings

An upscale condominium project between Woodmont Boulevard and Kenner Avenue in the very early stages was debated Tuesday evening before a crowd of

City Picks

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's City Picks: Support the Belmont Mansion Fashion Show, Carrot Top to perform at State Fair and Tim Carroll rocks at Radio Cafe'.

City Confidential

Lisa Spencer, early bird catches the weather worm. Not many people in their right minds would take a job with Lisa Spencer More

Short-haired calico mother needs a home

Katrina is a cat with a sad story to tell - that is, if she could talk. Katrina, now just nine months old, stayed with her offspring until they were old enough to be spayed, then they were adopted. But alas, the poor mom, who is now spayed and up to date on all her vaccinations, is still looking for a home herself. More

Mum

The chrysanthemum is of one of the most colorful and popular flowers this time of year. Often referred to as the

Passengers wait for ban to lift

People were standing in line for tickets at Metropolitan Nashville Airport Wednesday but they were not readying to board

What

In the wake of the terrorism attacks on the United States Tuesday, it is apparent our country will have to deal with things differently than we have in the past. The City Paper talked to several public organizations and asked them, what has changed? More

Events canceled in attack aftermath

Several local events have been cancelled due to Tuesday

Bin Laden

Osama bin Laden has not claimed responsibility for the terrorism that brought death and destruction at the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in suburban Washington, D.C., and a field in Pennsylvania. But bin Laden More

America has endured major tragedy before

The terrorist attacks on the United States Tuesday morning shocked the world. The perpetrators of those attacks should have spent more time studying American history. This nation has suffered surprise attacks before. More

Death Notices

Police to pursue fake bomb threats

Metro Police Chief Emmett Turner said officials

Purcell monitoring Nashville security

Nashville Mayor Bill Purcell was speaking Tuesday morning to members of the Skyline North Business Council when he first heard the news of tragedy sweeping the United States. He let the group know what had happened and said his prayers were with the victims. More

Tennessee lawmakers react to tragedy

U.S. Congressman Bob Clement was in his Washington D.C. office Tuesday when the Pentagon was hit by terrorists. Many of the city More

Vanderbilt on alert for emergency victims

Vanderbilt University Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs Dr. Michael Schoenfeld said the medical center and the university are on emergency alert in response to the terrorist crisis on the east coast. As well, the medical center is gearing up for the possibility the hospital could be receiving burn victims, Vanderbilt Medical Center spokesperson Wayne Wood said. More

Groups pray for terrorist victims

Spiritual counselor Annette Dion led a peace gathering Tuesday night at Magical Journey Bookstore, near Elliston Pike, following the terrorist attacks. Additional services will be held throughout the city today. More

Red Cross, agencies ready to offer aid

People interested in helping victims of Tuesday

State to help search for bodies

A Tennessee Emergency Management Agency team, especially equipped to search for bodies, was set to deploy Tuesday night to Washington, D.C., and on to New York City, Gov. Don Sundquist announced. Sundquist sped home from a Southern Governors Association Conference in Lexington, Ky., Tuesday after terrorists struck the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. More

Metro Schools deal with tragedy

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