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Social 7-31-14

Nashville School of Law Dinner The Nashville School of Law’s 21st annual dinner was held at the Renaissance Hotel to pay tribute to the late Dean Joe C. Loser, Jr….

Obituaries 7-31-14

Harnishfeger, Joan Mary, 73, of Nashville, died on Friday, July 25. She was born on June 6, 1941, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Harnishfeger is preceded in death by her parents, Peter…

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Candidate reinvigorates the Republican party; calls for smaller gov’t and accountability

Emily Ledbetter Associate Editor Running for political office is typically not a high priority for a 21-year old; but that’s exactly what Joshua Rawlings found himself doing this summer. The…

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Revitalized Edmondson Park dedication will honor two artists

Nashville officials will dedicate the rebuilt Edmondson Park and honor noted self-taught artists Thornton Dial and Lonnie Holley, both of whom have permanent installations in the new park, at 3…

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As You Like It brings comedy, folly and Shakespeare to Centennial Park

The Nashville Shakespeare Festival is presenting the comedy As You Like It, with a Depression-era twist and original music by songwriter David Olney. The production will be held from Thursday,…

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Popular Citizen Police Academy resumes this August

Nashvillians interested in learning about the inner workings of their police department and its enforcement/investigative strategies are cordially invited to apply for the 29th session of the popular Citizen Police…

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Local artisans hone their crafts at Centennial Art Center through Sept. 26

Sarah Stringfellow Staff Writer Beginning on Friday, August 1, Metro Parks Centennial Arts Center will present the exhibition featuring eight jury-selected artists for its Biennial of the Tennessee Craft–Midstate Chapter….

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New public health center to celebrate grand opening with ribbon-cutting

Mayor Karl Dean and Metro Director of Health, Bill Paul, M.D., will host the grand opening of the new Lentz Public Health Center, at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 30,…

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Students awarded TGCSA scholarships

The Tennessee Grocers Education Foundation recently awarded Ryan Seal with the Kroger Nashville Division Scholarship Award for $500. Held at the Music City Center, Seal was recognized at the Tennessee…

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Job fair for staffing agency looking to fill hundreds of positions

The Goodwill Career Solutions center in Rivergate, located at 2101 Gallatin Pike North in Madison, will host a job fair from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Wednesday, August 6…