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Gaslamp and Gaslamp Too offer unique shopping experience

With more than an acre of climate-controlled space, GasLamp Antiques and GasLamp Too, have given shoppers two places to perfect the craft of antiquing and home decorating. “With both locations,…

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GNAR celebrates 18th Habitat For Humanity home dedication

The Greater Nashville Association of Realtors celebrated the dedication of its 18th Habitat for Humanity home on Sunday, May 18. This year’s recipient is Surrelzia Morton, a proud mother of…

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What Beautification Bureau?

The line at the bottom says “Metropolitan Beautification Bureau.” Is there still such a bureau? The sign is so small and faded by the sun, it’s illegible from passing cars….

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McGavock High School seniors inaugural ‘Covenant’ Scholarship awards and picnic

A special award ceremony and picnic took place honor 68 recipients of the inaugural “Covenant” Scholarships awarded by the McGavock Cluster Coalition in partnership with the Donelson Hermitage Chamber of…

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Mayor unveils final design for West Riverfront

Mayor Karl Dean has unveiled the final design and new renderings of phase one of the West Riverfront Park, an 11-acre civic park on the site of the former Thermal…

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Belmont Mansion brings 200 original items back to Adelicia Acklen’s home

Over 125 years after leaving the country estate known to nineteenth century Nashville residents as simply Belmont, a large collection of personal items belonging to the beautiful, wealthy and resourceful …

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John Early Museum Magnet Middle School wins ‘Battle of the Books’

For nearly a year, they’ve been preparing for battle and 23 Metro public middle schools qualified for this year’s “Battle of the Books,” a story trivia tournament held on Thursday,…

Obituaries – 5/22/14

Lipscomb legend Don Meyer loses battle with cancer The Lipscomb University community is mourning the loss of legendary men’s basketball coach Don Meyer. He died at his home in Aberdeen,…

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Televise executions as a deterrent to evil crime

Nothing upsets me more than the pinheaded progressives who are so concerned that all death row inmates have the most peaceful executions possible. I’d like to see these monsters destroyed…

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Grimes is in the lead

Dru’s vues, too! by Drucilla Smith Fuller Jackson Day: Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes delivered an old fashioned stump speech at Tennessee Democrats’ annual Jackson Day dinner, their…