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Gulch proposal 'impressive'

After a 90-minute presentation regarding a $15 million New Urbanism plan proposed by Sheryl and Rick Horton, Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency officials say they will consider granting the couple an exemption from the Gulch redevelopment district guidelines. More

'The Princess Diaries' and 'Osmosis Jones': a kids' coup

Back To Class - Parents seeking films with more traditional messages that still retain enough contemporary flair to hold the attention of today

Titans and music specials top weekend television

Both of Nashville

Pull over to catch James Taylor

If there is one thing that has remained a constant in the ever-changing musical landscape, it has been the need for a great song. And James Taylor, who makes a stop in Nashville Saturday night, has been one of the most prolific and talented songwriters of the last four decades. More

City Picks

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's City Picks: Cooking class for fast-paced world, Try before you buy TPAC seats, Jack Ingram headlines at the Exit/In and Gay Pride Week kicks off this Saturday. More

Party to celebrate happy endings for miracle babies

This Sunday, grateful parents and healthy children will celebrate the lives of miracle babies who have been treated at Baptist Hospital

Josh Rouse solos at the Sutler

Americana pop rocker Josh Rouse will play an acoustic show at the Sutler, 2608 Franklin Road, at 9 p.m. Saturday in support of his upcoming album Under Cold Blue Stars, due out on Rykodisc in February of next year. More

The first day of school is not just for the kids

Back To Class - Cheryl Landwehr, Suzanne Jordan and Celia Graham More

Art of the deal: How Carter became a Titan

Carter returns to familiar haunts tonight when Tennessee visits Carter

Titans admit Rams offense provides entertainment

The Tennessee Titans offensive players are happy with their own style of offense and power football, but admit they enjoy watching the wide-open style of the St. Louis Rams. Not that they would trade their own brand of Eddie George and the short passing game, but they do like the Rams as far as entertainment value. More

Division II schools seek to fill graduation losses

Back To Class - The BGA Wildcats, who went 8-3 last year, have their work cut out for them this year after graduating 14 seniors from last year's squad. Although they are returning nine players, four on offense and five on defense, coach Tim Moore is thrilled. More

Metros in must-win scenario in weekend games

It's been another introspective week at Ezell Park as the Nashville Metros prepared for two crucial Central Conference clashes this weekend. They'll play the homestanding Cincinnati Riverhawks today on Kings Mill, Ohio's Galbreath Field at 6:30 p.m. CT before returning home for a 7 p.m. Saturday tussle with the Indiana Blast. More

Kats defense must slow high powered Rampage offense

Expect more than a few nasty moments Sunday afternoon at 2 when the Nashville Kats (12-4) pit the best defense in the league against quarterback Clint Dolezel and a batch of receivers for the Grand Rapids Rampage (13-3) in ArenaBowl XV.

Sounds' Secrist enjoys successful season in Triple-A

It has been an up-and-down More

City Paper primer

Back To Class - The City Paper offers articles with school news you can use. More

Brentwood, BA renewing old acquaintances

Back To Class - By car, it

First day of school endures in embarrassing memories

Back To Class - In life, some moments are perpetually embarrassing. My first day of school is one of them. Let

Meyer named director of justice information unit

Nikki Meyer has recently been named the director of Metro government

News Briefs

Here are the headlines in today's News Briefs: Ashcroft at Vandy to discuss violence, Governor's decision 'forward-thinking' and YMCA hosts seminar on breast cancer. More

Hobbs leaves TIPP policy analyst post

After just five months on the job, Bill Hobbs has left the Tennessee Institute for Public Policy (TIPP), saying the departure was not based on two recently published columns. Hobbs, who writes opinion columns for The City Paper, was a policy analyst with TIPP researching tax and budget issues. More