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What Memorial Day really means

Memorial Day is approaching.  We know because of the many pre-sorted Memorial Day  sales mail we receive, e-mails, and TV ads relating to it.  But how many , not just…

The mural is at 51st and Centennial in the Nations.       - Photo by "Those Drones"

World renown artist begins work on West facing wall of large mural

The Australian street artist painting the abandoned grain silo at 51st and Centennial in West Nashville is almost finished with the front and will begin work on the West facing…

Bellevue Garden Club members planning “Children’s Gardening Day” with Bellevue librarian, Lindsay Jensen. Seated from left to right: Rosemary Mortimer, Mary Ann Carter, Gayle  Jaggers, Lindsay Jensen, Bobbie Wolcott, Mary Ann Greenough, and Norma Smith

Bellevue Garden Club celebrates National Garden Week with children at the Bellevue Library

The Bellevue Garden Club will celebrate National Garden Week (NGW) with a booth at the Bellevue Library on Saturday, June 10, from 11 am to 1 pm and invites the…

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Daymar College in Donelson is opening up their Therapeutic Massage Center to the public

Next week, on May 31, Nashville’s Daymar College will officially cut the ribbon to open its doors to their therapeutic  massage center  allowing  members of the public to enjoy the…

Former First Lady, Laura Bush, giving the keynote address at the 117th Spring Outing celebration at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage on Wednesday, May 17. 
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Former First Lady, Laura Bush, promotes American history education during Nashville visit

Mrs. Laura Bush, former First Lady, addressed an audience of more than 700 guests during her keynote address at the 117th Spring Outing celebration at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage last Wednesday….

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Highlights and Happenings

May 26-28 Nashville Flea Market The Flea Market is held at the The Fairgrounds Nashville, 500 Wedgewood Ave., on the fourth weekend of every month. Admission is free and parking…

State Rep. Bo Mitchell (L) looks on as House Democratic Minority Leader Craig Fitzhugh     (center) speaks at Nashville's progressive L Club. Political powerbroker Bill Freeman (R) introduced Fitzhugh, urging him to announce his 2018 run for governor.

2018 state-wide races attract new candidates; Alan Shuptrine exhibit opens

Gov. Fitzhugh:  Influential Democrat Bill Freeman has picked House Democratic Minority Leader Craig Fitzhugh for governor in 2018 — should Fitzhugh decide to run. Fitzhugh won the Davidson Democrats’ Jackson…

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Social Events 5-25-2017

Westminster School’s Child at HeArt The ninth annual Child at HeArt celebration, benefiting the Westminster School for Young Children, was held at The Bridge Building. The evening featured cocktails, dinner,…

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Habitat for Humanity Build Event

Habitat for Humanity Women Build Homes benefitted from the grand opening party of the new Dillard’s store in Green Hills. Five hundred people enjoyed looking around the huge store and…


Services held for Ben Caldwell

Brenda Batey Contributor to The News Services were held last week for Dr. Benjamin Hubbard Caldwell, Jr., a prominent Nashville physician, scholar and philanthropist. He was born in 1935 to…