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Councilwoman seeks move of Watkins to Woodbine

Metro Councilwoman Amanda McClendon is attempting to lure Watkins College of Art & Design to South Nashville

Fix. magazine, a cultural booklet dedicated to Nashville art, fashion and music, will host Fix. Fest 01, a benefit concert, at 328 Performance Hall this Saturday, featuring a plethora of urban music mainstays. More

City Picks

WEEKEND, AUGUST 10-12 - Here are just a few of the headlines in today's City Picks: Make your own kite at the Frist Center, Get on Tammy Wynette's tour bus, Jason White mellows out at the Radio Cafe' and Shakespeare comes alive in Centennial Park.

Southern cookin' goes gourmet at Martha's

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Bluegrass Music Awards nominations announced

Nominations for the 12th annual International Bluegrass Music Awards were announced Thursday morning at the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the now household name, Dan Tyminski, is the odds-on favorite to get his share of recognition at the ceremonies on Oct. 4 in Louisville, Ky. More


The New Directors Workshop


Here are just a few of the headlines in YMCA Beat: Madison hosts nutrition seminar, Green Hills YMCA turns 30 and Maddox Family Y gets grant.

Garcia shifts personnel in schools' upper level

The hierarchy of Metro

Watermelon fest Saturday

There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but on a hot summer weekend, free watermelon may suffice. More

General Jackson to host gameday tailgate party

This Saturday, August 11, The General Jackson Showboat will ferry gamegoers down the Cumberland River as an alternative to downtown parking. More

Sounds' pitcher Vogelsong just passing through

The golden boy with the golden arm may not be destined to remain in Nashville very long. Young Ryan Vogelsong appears on the fast track - or fast plane - to Pittsburgh, home of the Major League Baseball Pirates. When he builds his pitch count in the vicinity of 100, the Pirates likely will be calling. More

Backs competing for spots

Mike Green is huge in Spain. Now, he just hopes to be a big enough hit on this side of the Atlantic to earn the job as Eddie George More

Oh Lordy, he's forty

It was coming. Bruce Matthews didn

Death Notices

Unheralded Kat McLain capitalizes on athleticism

For Nashville Kats lineman C.J. McLain, life has sometimes been as hard as the hits he levels at opposing quarterbacks. But in his rookie season with the Kats he has used his speed and athleticism to lead the team's linemen with 30 tackles and four quarterback sacks. More


A groundbreaking ceremony for a new

Zoning office expands hours today for school

This is the last day to register for Metro schools and the Metro Zoning Office has expanded its office hours to 7 a.m.-7 p.m. to accommodate parents and students who aren

Buena Vista group recruits members

The recently formed Clarksville-Buena Vista- Whites Creek Pike Neighborhood Association elected interim officers this week and now will focus on recruiting members. President John DeGraphenreed said he appointed five people to interim positions until the association has enough members to hold elections. More

100 Oaks to provide Belmont parking during construction

In an attempt to expand campus facilities and add additional parking, Belmont University will be providing an alternative parking lot to ease the student/faculty parking dilemmas that will occur this school year. More

Veto steals from Tennessee's future: Sundquist

Gov. Don Sundquist Wednesday discouraged speculation about a special legislative session this fall on tax reform, saying until key members of the Senate change their opinions