ASCAP

ASCAP (The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) has announced that Michael Martin will head its Nashville Membership office in the role of Vice President, reporting directly to EVP…

May 28

Poet’s Corner Poet’s Corner at Scarritt Bennett Center, a monthly poetry reading, will feature a reading by local poets on the fourth Thursday of every month. On Thursday, May 28,…

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Frauds Abound, Be Vigilant

According to Tax Pro Today’s Michael Cohn, a newsletter for tax preparers, the owner of a business that provided notary and tax preparation services in Camden, N.J., has pleaded guilty…

Community Centered Education: Freeman’s plan for the city’s schools

Bill Freeman discusses his stance on education. “Education will be my priority. Fixing our schools within the abilities of the Mayor’s office is the most important aspect to a mayor’s…

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Age discrimination in the work place is ongoing

Ever wonder whether you have incurred age discrimination regarding employment? Perhaps, you should know some basics about the subject. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA) protects individuals…

Belle Meade Grooming is the perfect place to spoil your pup

Belle Meade Grooming is a new full service grooming salon with a combined 17 years of experience. Owners, Mandy Falconi and Kelsie Hollins, offer individualized care for each pet. They…

Summer travel season kicks off with lower gasoline prices than last year

Tiffany L. Dale Staff Writer Paul Matthews had no plans to travel during the Memorial Day holiday until he saw that gasoline prices were still in the family budget as…

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New festival will allow attendees to walk/bike the Gulch neighborhood

Sarah Stringfellow Staff Writer The mayor is back at it. Yes, Mayor Karl Dean has announced his final health initiative before leaving office. The newest addition, Open Streets Nashville festival,…

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Local woman defies odds in fight against Lou Gehrig’s disease

Tiffany L. Dale Staff Writer Tingling, cramping hands sent Heather Bridges to the doctor’s office in November 1996. A bindery factory employee, she suspected carpel tunnel syndrome was the reason…

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Social 5-21-2015

GJCC’s Art on the West Side An opening reception was held for Art on the West Side at the Gordon Jewish Community Center (GJCC). Chaired by artists Ron York and…