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Belmont University names Arts and Sciences dean

Belmont University has appointed Dr. Larry Hall as dean of its College of Arts and Sciences, effective Aug. 1. More

Vandy honors legendary writer Russell

During the course of his sportswriting career, Fred Russell rubbed elbows with, befriended and wrote about countless people, both famous and otherwise. More

Kat nap over, back to practice

After a week off, the Kats More

Sounds' Pavlas OK with father figure status

In the Sounds More

Three questions for Nashville on my one-year anniversary

Happy birthday to me

Death Notices

Edgefield gets picket fences

To bring their neighborhood in compliance with Historic Commission standards, the neighborhood association of Historic Edgefield recently created a program to pay half the cost of replacing residents

YMCA

The YMCA's Bridge, a program designed to help young people learn about themselves by being part of the community, will host its graduation celebration today at Hume-Fogg High School. More

News Briefs

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's News Briefs: Embassy Suites host hard hat party, Air conditioners needed for elderly, disabled, and Smith joins TSU public relations office. More

Controversial development turned down by Hermitage

In an emotional community meeting, Hermitage residents struck down Wednesday night an alternative plan for a massive mixed residential development by CSP Associates. More

Sundquist road show unbecoming to office

Sundquist packed his bags and set out across the state to tell everyone just what a lousy bunch of legislators we More

Hospital Hospitality House provides additional quarters

Officials with the HHH went into detail Wednesday about renovation and expansion plans for the facility that provides patients and families living outside Davidson County with a place to sleep and eat while receiving medical treatment in Nashville.

Police officers support beleaguered comrades

A host of Metro officers rallied in support of colleagues Jason Beddoe and Mike Mann just before their disciplinary hearing Wednesday morning at the Criminal Justice Center. More

Now's the time to take stock of what's hot or not in your garden

YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD GARDENER - From the brilliance of the daylily in mid-June, and the black-eyed Susans in August, to the crepe myrtles and chaste trees, there is a wonderful gardening season to enjoy. More

Blues clubs celebrate milestone

Openings and anniversaries at Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar and Congo Square.

City Picks

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's City Picks: Rockin'at Radio Cafe, Poet Michael Poage signs book, and Who could be Better Than Ezra? More

Answering the call of the wild

"Sometimes you have to go out with a guy even if he's wrong," Allison says, as we watch her date pull off his motorcycle helmet, shake his hair out and spit bug parts into the potted palm. More

City Confidential

Jessica Etz - No klutzier than anyone else More

Sounds come close but receive no cigars

Two of starting pitcher Sam McConnell More

Sharks dig Southern food

The year 2000 is showing Southern states leading in the number of U.S. shark attack victims. In fact, researchers are saying Southern states have set the all-time mark for the number of shark attacks worldwide in a single year. More