Friends of Two Rivers to host Halloween at the Mansion

The Friends of Two Rivers Mansion will host their annual event, “Halloween at the Mansion” on Saturday, October 25 from 4 until 8 p.m. Children will be able to walk…

Hermitage receives Rachel Jackson’s family letters

The Hermitage has acquired a rare collection of family letters and a wineglass used during a visit from French military leader the Marquis de Lafayette, from the John Lawrence and…

Lipscomb hosts animation seminar

Local animators, illustrators and character designers had the unique opportunity to learn from artists in the industry, including those from Disney’s “Frozen,” “The Lion King” and “The Little Mermaid” at…

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NPS to recruit Turnaround teachers

Metro Schools have officially launched a campaign to recruit 100 of America’s top teachers to the MNPS Turnaround Corps. Corps members will join the district’s mission for rapid improvement at…

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Bluebird Café brings songwriters to Belmont Village

Emily Ledbetter Associate Editor   Belmont Village Assisted Living of Green Hills and the Bluebird Café hosted a “Writers in the Round” to support the Vanderbilt Center for Quality Aging…

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Mayor Dean passes the AMP to the next mayor

On Tuesday, in a surprising announcement, Mayor Dean said that he will not seek local or state funding for the AMP project in his 2015/2016 budget. At the moment, the…

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TMS offers new approach towards depression

Sarah Stringfellow Staff Writer Schatzie Brunner experienced his first bout of depression in childhood. By her late forties, she had taken just about every antidepressant there is – with as…

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Metro Parks needs help finding city’s Christmas tree

Metro Parks needs help in finding the perfect tree to serve as the centerpiece for the city’s holiday celebration and the Mayor’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, which is scheduled for…

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Entrepreneurs recognized by TheNews

Emily Ledbetter Associate Editor Nashvillians have become accustomed to hearing the phrases “it city,” “commercial growth” and “mixed use development.” New construction and the subsequent traffic are issues we encounter…