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Dru’s Vues, too

     Drue Smith: Nashville’s famous fashionista journalist Drue Smith, gone to glory in 2001, is taking heavenly pride knowing her famous wardrobe will soon dance across the stage as…

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Under pressure: avoiding buyer’s remorse when purchasing a home

     House hunting in Nashville can be described as many things these days, including competitive and fast-paced. As we’ve discussed before, limited inventory is making a host of eager…

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Symphony offers ‘Coffee and Classics’ for relaxed, casual concert experience

Sarah Stringfellow Staff Writer The Nashville Symphony continues to offer music-enthusiasts flexibility with its annual “Coffee and Classics,” mid-morning concert series. The began on Friday, October 3, with Rachmaninoff’s Second,…

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Taxing Matters

Taxing Matters By Jim Wilson, CPA IRS Tax Tip 2014-26, March 5, 2014 discusses bartering.  Bartering was popular in the early decades of our country and some people continue to…

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Tennessee native aboard International Space Station

Sarah Stringfellow Staff Writer Mount Juliet, Tenn. native, Navy Captain and NASA Astronaut Barry E. “Butch” Wilmore is currently in space with Expedition 41, researching projects focused on biology and…

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Performance group invites the city to ‘Look Up’

In advance of the “Harboring” performances at OZ, performance group BANDALOOP dancers presented Look Up Nashville!, a site-responsive performance down the side of the 28-story UBS Tower in downtown Nashville….

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New HCA headquarters to bring thousands of jobs to Nashville

The Gulch will soon be home to the new headquarters location for Parallon and Sarah Cannon. HCA held a groundbreaking ceremony at its Capitol View site, which is planned to…

What’s wrong with this picture?

Tree threat In this reader submitted photograph, a presumably dead tree needs to be removed before it falls. The reader writes, “when this dead tree in front of the Georgetown…

Nuclear program – too little, too late?

President Ronald Reagan’s buildup of U.S. nuclear arms proved an important factor in the breakup of the Soviet Union and end of communism in Eastern Europe, signaling an end to…

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Business owner blues: liquidity

Do you own a business or does your business own you? Do you worry about how to pay debts, pay payroll and to purchase and pay for inventory, rent and…