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The Food Biz: Tabouli’s open again, now features hookah

Mediterranean restaurant Tabouli's has reopened after three months of renovations. More

Dave Says: Saving money for a house

State Roundup — News from around the state

Dolly Parton has agreed to be the 75th anniversary ambassador for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. More

Palmer project’s hole still OK with codes, health departments

West End Summit remains a hole in the ground with no activity and none in sight anytime soon. More

Nonprofit giving Rwandan women second chance at life

In Rwanda, prostitutes are considered the trash of society. More

Creating Places: Germantown set to become one of city’s best mixed-use districts

Heads up, fans of Five Points, Hillsboro Village and 12South: Germantown means business. More

The Chatter Class: Preds look to build on '07 fan boost

All is quiet with the Nashville Predators for the moment. More

Nashville's money management industry faces a market in turmoil

How rich people and institutions manage their wealth is a private affair — unless something goes terribly wrong, in which case the managers become household names. More

On Music Row: Valory takes Emerson Drive in tow

Emerson Drive has become the latest artist to join the Valory Music Co. family. The band’s manager, Gerry Leiske, made the announcement during the recent Canadian County Music Week event in Winnipeg, Manitoba. More

Real estate transactions

Real Estate Matters: No formal offer always raises red flags

Q: Our real estate agent informed us that she has a buyer for our home at the full asking price. There is a stipulation that we must offer the house at the asking price to the buyer, not the other way around. More

Bass attorney to chair Justice Center board

The board of the Tennessee Justice Center announced the election of its officers yesterday, with Bass Berry & Sims attorney David Esquivel stepping into the chair position. More

Lipscomb announces record enrollment numbers

Lipscomb University has enrolled more than 3,000 students for the first time in its 117-year history. More

Taking stock: Analyst says Healthways now buyout target

Sure, it’s an upgrade, but not for the reasons Healthways executives would want. More

Bank of Nashville parent to cut 650 jobs

After four straight quarters of declining profits, Synovus Corp., the parent company of the Bank of Nashville, announced Wednesday that it plans to cut 650 jobs, or 9 percent of its total workforce. More

Bass Berry managing partner named to Lottery board

Gov. Phil Bredesen has named appointments to 27 state boards and commissions. Among those named is Keith B. Simmons, managing partner of the Nashville law firm of Bass Berry & Sims. More

Village adds property management division

Village Real Estate Services has announced that it has created a property management division to market to renters and tenants. More

Home sales, prices fall further

A year after the credit crunch hit the markets full force, Nashville-area home sales fell by 32 percent, their steepest year-over-year decline of 2008. More

America Service extends Philly deal

The Philadelphia Prison System has renewed its long-running contract with America Service Group, the provider of prison health care services. More

Think tank: Green investment plan would generate 45,000 jobs in Tennessee

A comprehensive investment plan to improve energy efficiency in the United States would generate almost 45,000 jobs in the next two years, according to a new study sponsored by a progressive think tank. More