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Smiley's exit erodes support of BET audience
Robert Johnson has never hid his desire to be a media mogul just like Ted Tuner or Michael Eisner of Disney/ABC.
Kats, AFL ready for 2001 kickoff
Brentwood Academy's Harrison to head west
Vols filling in the holes
Ryan, Cota make most of opportunities
Local is the 'big picture'
Coalition looks to defeat 'living wage'
Amended ethics code focus on real violators
Jewish congregation forms in Bellevue
Special Olympics benefit to feature Titans' Wycheck
Metro bill would give employees a 'living wage'
Brazelton overcomes injuries to shine
Kats' coach meticulous
Young Bisons surprise contenders
Preds have future playoff plans
Robertson now a Seahawk
Home Depot supercenter planned for Nashville site
Starting pitching a boon for the Sounds
Ponder mounting drive for term-limit change
"Two terms is not enought. It takes the better part of the first term for orientation. (Council Members) are going from an orientation term to a lame-duck term." - Phil Ponder, Metro Council , District 12
When life imitates art and art saves humanity
I do not think it a fruitless exercise to search for the good in humanity depicted in cinematic art or to think about how we could have made things better.
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