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Rolle's agent threatens to end negotiations

The agent for All-Pro cornerback Samari Rolle told The City Paper Sunday that he would break off negotiations for a new long-term deal with the Tennessee Titans if a new contract is not in place by the Sept. 9 season opener with Miami. More

Favorites pitch shutouts

MBA, Hillsboro, Hunters Lane winners in Week 1. Hillsboro and Hunters Lane posted shutouts in their openers, while MBA rebounded from a rare loss to blank BGA. More

Aldi coming to Charlotte Pike

Nashville will soon get its third Aldi grocery store at 401 American Rd. off Charlotte Pike behind Captain D

Today

We used to ride our bikes over the country roads to a little spot called Good Night, Ky., and to Mr. Quigley More

Summertime, and the livin' ain't moral in public schools

As summer winds down, America finds itself in a rather dubious place. The economy is terrible, and the public school system isn't much better. More

Summer specials focus on hitmaking artists and writers

There are several quality specials available this week for those who haven

Fire Buffs debut upgraded truck

The Nashville Fire Buffs, a non-profit organization that provides firefighters and emergency personnel with food and drink during major fires and extended missions, has raised funds for a new $90,000 truck. For 30 years, the group has operated out of an old bread truck. More

Hollywood has always had a difficult time successfully presenting satire. Irony and understatement, two vital ingredients in successful satire, require both exacting writing skills and precise acting abilities. The new DVD featuring Josie & the Pussycats reaffirms the struggle filmmakers have had with satire. More

City Picks

Here are the headlines in today's City Picks: Tour guides needed for the Hall of Fame, Nashville Theatre Works hosts reading and Hosta Society meets tonight. More

Chef's choice

Cooking up a vat of soul food. Willie Ewing, head chef of the rockin

Stopped on the Subway

This past week Jared Fogle, the star of Subway More

Weekly Reminder

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Scrapbook ideas brighten Grandparents

A few months ago, I had a blast at the Great American Scrapbook Convention in Arlington, Texas, an annual event held in early summer. One of the highlights was having a scrapbook presented to me by the ME Scrappers, a group of women who live all over the country but share an interest in my art. More

Hull Place or O'Brien Avenue, area residents seek name change

West Nashville neighbors want to change Hull Place back to O

Mayor's office gives grants to neighborhoods

About 30 neighborhood groups spent Thursday night learning how they can apply for part of a $100,000 Community Enhancement Grant, money set aside by the Mayor

QB Eberlei, Goodpasture stifle Irish

Ricky Eberlei threw for two touchdowns and Goodpasture

Eagles fly over Titans 20-14

There were some encouraging signs, some not so encouraging and even a couple of thrills. But in the end, it wasn More

NASCAR doing best to insure driver safety

Like most NASCAR fans, I was hoping that recent investigations would show me the specific cause of Dale Earnhardt's death. But they didn't. And in reality it was a very thorough report that cost over a million dollars and told us there were about four causes of death. So all in all, I think NASCAR did a very good job in their investigation and in their presentation. More

Metros gunning for first playoff berth since 1998

Two wins last weekend have the Nashville Metros just where they want to be - within sight of the franchise's first playoff berth since 1998. A win this weekend over the Indiana Blast would all but assure that spot and guarantee a winning regular season record for the Music City's A-League entry. More

Double-points event highlights weekly slate

Only two races remain in the Nashville Speedway USAseason