Councilman Dread meets misfortune, miracle

Several miracles combined just after noon last Friday to save the life of Councilman Adam Dread. More

Sorenstam entering male golf domain teed men off

A lot of middle-aged white guys are teed off because Annika Sorenstam got to play golf in a recent PGA event. At first, I couldn't figure out the angst. Surely, Sorenstam is nicer to look at than most of these golf guys who often dress in green pants and yellow shirts. Are there no mirrors in the clubhouses? More

Letters To The Editor

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Where are the promised arms of mass destruction?

It's been seven weeks since the statue of Saddam Hussein toppled in Baghdad. And American forces have still found no weapons of mass destruction. More

Democrats give country profiles in spinelessness

"I a little bit disagree with Chairman Roberts on that." That was Sen. Jay Rockefeller, the senior Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, kinda, sorta, uh, not really taking exception to Committee Chairman Pat Roberts' assertion that we've turned the corner when it comes to keeping the peace in post-war Iraq. More

Liberals need to get hip to the young conservatives

When liberals wear ties and jackets, it's not news. But for some reason, when conservatives put on baggy jeans, it's a huge story. More

Letters To The Editor

To comment on a City Paper story or local issue, send us a typed letter 100 words or less (with zip code and a daytime phone number for verification) to: letters@nashvillecitypaper.com, or Editor, The City Paper, P.O. Box 158434, Nashville, TN 37215. Letters may be edited to fit. There is no guarantee letters received will be printed. More

Bredesen should veto

Gov. Phil Bredesen should veto a bill passed in the final hours of the General Assembly last week that would allow the state to issue license plates with the message

A driver

Sultaana Freeman is an Orlando, Fla., woman who says her religious beliefs would be compromised if her face was photographed for a driver

Unanswered question: Where are Iraq

So where are those weapons of mass destruction? More
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