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Drinking from the soda fountain of youth

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Titans and music specials top weekend television

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Pull over to catch James Taylor

If there is one thing that has remained a constant in the ever-changing musical landscape, it has been the need for a great song. And James Taylor, who makes a stop in Nashville Saturday night, has been one of the most prolific and talented songwriters of the last four decades. More

City Picks

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's City Picks: Cooking class for fast-paced world, Try before you buy TPAC seats, Jack Ingram headlines at the Exit/In and Gay Pride Week kicks off this Saturday. More

Party to celebrate happy endings for miracle babies

This Sunday, grateful parents and healthy children will celebrate the lives of miracle babies who have been treated at Baptist Hospital

Josh Rouse solos at the Sutler

Americana pop rocker Josh Rouse will play an acoustic show at the Sutler, 2608 Franklin Road, at 9 p.m. Saturday in support of his upcoming album Under Cold Blue Stars, due out on Rykodisc in February of next year. More

The first day of school is not just for the kids

Back To Class - Cheryl Landwehr, Suzanne Jordan and Celia Graham More

Nashville Symphony Chorus holds auditions this month

For those unaware, Nashville has one of the most exciting choruses in the country, the Nashville Symphony Chorus, and it is holding auditions Aug. 26, 27 and Sept. 9, at the Woodmont Christian Church on Hillsboro Road. Auditions must be scheduled by appointment by calling Art Burkitt at 646-5099. Mr. Burkitt asks that no calls be made after 9 p.m. More


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Perhaps nothing in the world is as exciting for a dog that has been in a cage all day long as seeing a handler approach with a leash. For Jill, a retriever-mix puppy, this sight triggered unabashed barking as she reared up on her hind legs, front paws on top of the fence surrounding her, with her tail wagging so furiously she nearly knocked herself over. More

Plant societies group gardeners and grow ideas

YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD GARDENER - There is a plant society that specializes in your interest. Whether it is daylilies, irises, daffodils, roses, orchids, camellias, perennials, bromeliads or any other plant, the eager members of these plant societies are ready to share their information with you and listen to what you have to tell. More

City Picks

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's City Picks: Free book appraisal every Thursday, Cultural Arts Center classes resume and Derailed at 12th and Porter. More

City Confidential

Susan Andrews Thompson, A PR woman with attitude. For almost 25 years Susan Andrews has been married to her work as a PR person extraordinaire. A college internship evolved into a 14-year career with Bill Hudson and Associates. More

Leading off the list of new shows that should spark some interest this week is Que Sera, Sera, an evening of cabaret at the Darkhorse Theatre, 4610 Charlotte Ave. Starring Ginger Newman and Russell Davis, the show is a musical journey for all tastes. More

Move your mother-in-law in the Jeep Liberty

New Jeep Liberty, perfect urban vehicle. Small outside, big inside, get in with no climbing or squatting. Quick, nimble, park it anywhere. Turns on a dime.

Vandross, Babyface top summer soul reissues

More classic R&B and soul music titles are being reissued currently. Contemporary fans are seeking them because so many new artists are either covering vintage songs or celebrating veteran artists in their compositions. More

A new-styled dating game called ElimiDate has taken to the airwaves on FOX as a daily daytime show airing at 1 p.m. and midnight. The concept involves one guy or girl dating four of the opposite sex at the same time, eliminating three of the contestants to find his or her ideal mate.

Texas exhibit delights legendary fiddler

Johnny Gimble featured in new Country Music Hall of Fame event, the exhibit, which is titled Nashville Salutes Texas! Country from the Lone Star State opens Aug. 18. More

Lugging heavy loads

Back To Class - Kids today carry the weight of the world on their shoulders. Once only the staple of the hiker, backpacks are not only the new book bag, they carry everything precious to kids these days