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Small music label plans to raise money in penny stocks, but choice can be risky

It’s an understatement to call Nashville Records unusual. The young, small local record label went public nearly two months ago with Pink Sheet stocks, a strategy Row veterans say no legitimate company has used in at least 20 years. More

Vanderbilt Medical Center close to leasing 100 Oaks space

Report: Another potential owner interested in Preds

It’s time once again to follow the bouncing prospective owners for the Nashville Predators. More

Developers plan $60 million condo community in Belle Meade

wellness center to formal gardens and unit terraces. Living spaces range in size from 1,800 to 6,000 square feet. More

Brentwood�s bought for reported $100 million

Touchdown. Grand slam. Hole-in-one� the metaphors just keep coming. More

Pending Grassmere Park deal could be one of richest in Nashville�s history

Several properties at Grassmere Park could soon be sold to a California firm, The City Paper has learned. And, if the purchase price is better than what the current owner, Connecticut-based Talcott Realty Investors, paid for the five properties in 2004, the deal could be worth well north of $160 million. This would make the pending deal one of the richest ever in done in Nashville. More

The basics of the Live It Up! Downtown Home Tour

When is the tour? More

Everything you need to know about the tour stops

Following is a list of tidbits focusing on the residential buildings on the Live It Up! Downtown Home Tour. The buildings are listed by their numerical stops on the tour, with some addresses given for the sales centers of buildings that are proposed or are under construction. More

Smith clan redefines downtown

The expression

Downtown residents create greenery among urban grit

Residents of downtown

Interior decorators show stuff with

To hype the "living" aspect of urban living, the organizers of this year's Live It Up! Downtown Home Tour tapped four of Nashville's hottest designers to decorate four downtown lofts. More

Privately funded developments key 12-month downtown surge

The last year has been one for the books, as Nashville

Downtown tour highlights residential momentum


Nissan workers accept buyout offers

A total of 775 Tennessee workers, including 681 in Smyrna, have accepted buyout offers from Nissan North America, company officials announced this morning. More

Cooley forms consulting business

Former Deputy Gov. Dave Cooley announced this morning that he has formed his own consulting company that will be a subsidiary of Nashville public relations powerhouse McNeely, Pigott & Fox. More

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Saint Thomas loses 10 cardiologists to Centennial, VUMC

A virtual physician exodus announced Monday will leave Saint Thomas Hospital�s cardiac unit minus 10 specialists, cutting its doctor roster by about 20 percent and down to 43. More

General unveils restructuring plan

Posted: May 26, 2:11 p.m. CDTNashville General Hospital has released a long-awaited plan it says could reduce the public hospital

AmSouth Bank merges with Regions Bank

Posted: May 25, 10:26 a.m. CDTNashville�s 20 AmSouth Banks will soon get a major facelift thanks to a merger between the company and Birmingham-based Regions Bank. More

Gateway announces Nashville computer plant

Posted: May 17, 9:33 a.m. CDTGateway Inc. announced today it will open a computer manufacturing facility in Nashville this fall that will employ more than 300 people with an annual payroll of about $8 million. More