Would things be different if women ran America?

Powerful women are once again making business news. This week Young & Rubicam named Ann Fudge as its chairwoman and CEO

Letters To The Editor

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PGA Tour might need a mulligan this year

We pity the poor professional golf establishment. They More

Jayson Blair is a study in compassionate racism

As newspaper editors convened denial-control meetings, New York Times executive editor Howell Raines went ahead and admitted what was obvious to anyone without a blankie over his head: Of course it's about race. More

Sam Lacy was authentic sports journalism pioneer

Sam Lacy was a pioneering journalist, yet even many hardcore baseball and sports fans neither know his name nor have heard about his exploits. 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

All-white prom night takes away from

Put yourself in the shoes of a 17-year-old black student at Taylor County High School in Butler, Ga., about 150 miles south of Atlanta. 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

From whores to the

The Murfreesboro Road Business Association and Metro Police are doing all they can to eliminate prostitution and drugs in the area.

Jayson Blair, a promising 27-year-old reporter, has ruined his career. And The New York Times has suffered a "huge black eye," in the words of its publisher. More
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