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Gulch bar to close this fall

Bar Twenty3, one of the first businesses in The Gulch, will close at the end of October after a five-year run. More

Fontis Healthcare lands Ky. Client

Franklin-based health savings account support firm Fontis Healthcare has been chosen by Kentucky-based Bluegrass Family Health of Lexington. More

Struever exit puts MDHA back at start for part of Rolling Mill Hill work

After the demise of a riverfront ballpark and associated development, the Baltimore developer that swooped in with big plans has left town and prompted a retracing of development on Rolling Mill Hill. More

State Roundup: VW impact studied

Creating Places: Concept G hits the spot in Salemtown

Ground has been broken for Concept G. Nashville, take note. More

On Music Row: Swift sells out first Euro show

Taylor Swift’s first concert in Europe sold out well in advance, due largely to her global online following. The Sept. 3 show at London’s King’s College also allowed her to stop by the local Universal Music Group offices to meet with the staff about the 2009 international release of her new album, Fearless. More

ONLINE REWIND: Stories from the Nashville Post

VW still considering Huntsville plant Housing Fund snags federal cash Gaylord plans Arizona resort More

Dave Says

The company we financed our car with allows us to skip a payment once a year. What do you think about using that to help out? More

Paramore | Redd Online Marketing growing fast

Last month, Paramore | Redd Online Marketing was named for the first time to Inc. magazine’s list of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the country. More

Nashville At Law: Creditors put RV dealer into Chapter 7

Here are some civil legal cases of note for the week of Aug. 27-Sept. 3: More

Dean hands MDHA reins to riverfront redevelopment

Mayor Karl Dean routinely tells visitors to Nashville that in three to four years, the downtown riverfront will look completely different and it will become the centerpiece of the city. More

The Chatter Class: Neighborhood groups making their mark on Nashville’s growth

Neighborhood activists have long yammered about losing their battles to keep developers or businesses out of their backyards. More

A labor market in flux

Despite what many would consider to be a stellar resume, Jonathan Wentworth has been unemployed since March. More

The Food Biz: Franklin couple moving music café to Cummins Station

The Listening Room Café will reopen in a big way at Cummins Station on Thursday. More

Bricks & Mortar

Tennessee Tower makeover More Roof work in 100 Oaks area Green Hills bank branch Brentwood medical space Doctor work at HCA hospitals Century City rehab Charity expanding in SoBro

Marketplace: Manufacturer doubling plant with move

Goodlettsville is getting a new employer in Prevost, a premium touring coach manufacturer. More

Local restaurant stocks downgraded

Raymond James analyst Bryan Elliott today downgraded a host of restaurant stocks, including those of locals O'Charley's Inc. and CBRL Group Inc., the parent of Cracker Barrel. More

Headline homes: Nashville’s top sales for August

Kix Brooks has just topped one more list. With musical partner Ronnie Dunn, Brooks has been to the top of the country single charts 23 times. Brooks & Dunn have won more awards from the Country Music Association than any other act. And now, Kix and wife Barbara are the buyers in Nashville's biggest home sale of the year. More

Real Estate Matters: Shrinking your lot takes a lot of effort

Q: We need to reduce our 5.1-acre property to less than 5 acres in order to qualify for my husband's employer's relocation program. More

Real estate transactions