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West Nashville Partnership semifinalist for Frist grant

The West Nashville Community Development Partnership, a non-profit organization with the aim of repairing neighborhood homes, has been named a semifinalist for a Frist Foundation grant. Councilperson Norma Hand nominated West Nashville Partnership for the Frist Team Building Award. Winners will be announced at a banquet Oct. 30, where several Frist grants ranging from $5,000 to $15,000 will be awarded. More

Lawsuit threat prods Planning Commission

The Metro Planning Commission

25 affordable houses coming to E. Nashville

As part of Mayor Bill Purcell

City Confidential

Terri Dorsey, happy behing the scenes. Terri Dorsey, a former TV news reporter known for her sassy investigative style, doesn More

Got beer?

After 10 years of listening to people tell him what they would do with the H&M Beer Market, owner Hung Chang has one thing to say:

Ready to get real

The monotony and heat of the two-a-days are gone. So is the chain-link fence surrounding the three practice fields that separated the players from fans at Baptist Sports Park during training camp. The atmosphere and preparation are decidedly different this week regarding the Tennessee Titans. More

Win over Alabama A&M gets TSU ready

A slow start but furious finish has the Tennessee State University Tigers 1-0 on the football season and apparently ready to rumble when they travel to Memphis next week for the Southern Heritage Classic against Jackson State University. More

Pride's Jubilee Encore wins championship

With the horses and riders lined up for the final judging of the World Grand Championship at the 63rd annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration, Mickey McCormick turned to fellow trainer Allan Callaway and said, "I want to be the first to shake your hand." More

Metros face Charleston in season finale

Call it the Music City Miracle, Metros Style. A 2-1 double overtime win last Saturday over the Charlotte Eagles - with Brandon Wright's winning short-handed goal coming only 28 seconds before the two sides would have ended the match in a draw - has given the Nashville Metros the playoff berth they've been working for since preseason training for the 2001 schedule began. More

Temple Hills group set to honor teaching pro 'Bubber' Johnson

A group of Temple Hills Country Club members and friends are organizing to honor the late E. E.

2001: Changing of the guard

No streak is safe in the 2001 high school football season. More

<font color=red>Sports Bulletin:</font> Rolle, agents negotiate, Titans make cuts

Samari Rolle and his agents met face-to-face today with Titans general manager Floyd Reese and moved closer to a deal while the Titans made their final roster cuts which included a few surprises. More

Marital fidelity takes a beating from politicians

The interview of U.S. Rep. Gary Condit by Connie Chung was disappointing. Up to this point I had not engrossed myself in this issue. I wanted to hear from the

The school buses are playing the end-of-summer blues

Even though I'm now a middle-aged guy, I still bemoan the end of summer. Still to this day my mind echoes with the rumbling sound of the school bus that arrived the day after Labor Day. After the dentist's drill, it's the worst sound in the world. This coming autumn will be no less a horror for me. More

P. Diddy and clan make mediocre music

MUSIC CITY MUSE - CD review of Sean "P.Diddy" Combs' 'P.Diddy & The Bad Boy Family', Foxy Brown's 'Broken Silence' and Bill Hicks' 'Philosophy: The Best of Bill Hicks'.

Leaving a legacy behind

One of our greatest fears in life is to die not knowing if our lives really mattered. We believe we have great power, and if we so choose we can leave a legacy, we can leave our footprints in this world. More

City Picks

Headlines in today's City Picks: Boning up on Bonepony and Dark Star makes Grateful Dead new. More

Art fairs compound creativity

Every September, I get my artist fix by heading to the St. Louis Art Fair. Artists are a solitary group by nature, so the idea of having a large horde of them all in one place is a bit mind-boggling, kind of like the swallows at Capistrano. More

Weekly Reminders

SEPTEMBER 4 - 7 - Tips about: Gas prices on the up, September is National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Is your college student insured? and Homework help for parents.

Metros get down to business of playoffs

Enough of the business of soccer. For the Nashville Metros, it's once again time to get down to business as the Charlotte Eagles come to town Saturday night. Every game brings a different goal. It's our goal to get to the playoffs, and if we finish third we get a guaranteed spot. More