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A little Clinton in Bush

Sure, Bill Clinton's new office in Harlem is a political stunt. But it's a cool stunt, worthy of a political master who won two terms as president and left office with his poll numbers soaring. His successor should pay attention; he might learn something. More

U.S. morality: more than the price of gasoline

Can we have some outrage here? In just one week, the Bush administration killed an international agreement enforcing the 1972 ban on biological weapons (Cold War anyone?) and then reneged on the 1997 Kyoto Treaty. More

Election reform is needed but it can

Former Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, both of whom have some firsthand experience with the fickle voters of America, are calling for election reform. More

Nine Nashville schools get grants for computers

Nine Metro schools have each been awarded a $50,000 grant to buy new computers. The grants come from federal funds managed by the Technology Literacy Challenge. More

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Mary Chapin Carpenter invites Nashville for some 'Time*Sex*Love'

Those who wear their hearts on their sleeves will be in good company Saturday night when the singing poet, Mary Chapin Carpenter, takes the stage at the AmSouth Amphitheatre. More

City Picks

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's City Picks: First Presbyterian cranks out the ice cream, Art from the inside out at Cheekwood, Steve Earle signs 'Doghouse Roses' and Blink 182 plays AmSouth. More

Cheers for

The Anniversary Party has been out for a while but the buzz about it is growing. Because it

Belmont finalizes Municipal hoops deal

Belmont University and the Nashville Municipal Auditorium have reached a one-year deal for the University

Skip Ewing: Just one of the kids

Skip Ewing knows that one way or another; he More

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Football and music head weekend TV list

There are music specials, sports and vintage films available for the discerning viewer this weekend. More

MTA's announces transportation plan for Titans games, scrimmage

The Metropolitan Transit Authority has announced it will offer limited game transportation service for this Saturday

Nashville hosted greatest game played in the South

If you ever use the parking lot on the 800 block of Fourth Avenue North, you will be parked over a once-sacred plot. Beneath the pavement is the soil that once was trampled on by Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, Joe DiMaggio and many other baseball legends. More

Metros continue push for second

Four straight battles have been won. But, the war is far from over for the Nashville Metros. The Charleston Battery is in town for a 7 p.m. clash at Ezell Park tomorrow. If they win, the Battery (11-6-1, 50 points) will solidify their hold on second place in the A-League's Central Conference. More

Donelson Nationals fall

The Donelson Nationals just missed the mark Wednesday night when they suffered a 7-2 loss to Alabama in the Southern Region Division II Tournament. More

Colts, Titans practice breaks camp monotony

Many of the fans came to see Peyton Manning. Most of the media flocked around him. But the players More

Prodigal son returns

The prodigal son of the Volunteer State returned Thursday, and as expected, was quite the attraction. Peyton Manning returned to Tennessee with the Indianapolis Colts Wednesday with a throng of media members and fans lucky enough to secure one of the free tickets on hand to follow his every move. More

Phantoms first obstacle in Kats' path

The Toronto Phantoms are Eastern Division champions with a six-game winning streak. They weren

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