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News Briefs

Here are the headlines in today's News Briefs: Ashcroft at Vandy to discuss violence, Governor's decision 'forward-thinking' and YMCA hosts seminar on breast cancer. More

Village touts safe streets

New crime information shows Hillsboro Village is second only to the Belle Meade and Forest Hills area in safety among Nashville neighborhoods, despite some reports of a Village

A bird in the wetlands...

The Shelby Bottoms wetland would create a stopping point for the birds to rest and feed on blood worms, snails and insects that live in the mud. More

Architect, owners seek MDHA approval for Gulch proposal

The architect for a proposed project in downtown

Filling in blanks the mission of Bruins, Warriors

Back To Class - The defense is hardly better off, losing eight starters, including three-year vet Jake Van Horn at middle linebacker. Therefore Bruins Coach Jack Daniels is counting on several juniors and seniors to mature from backups to full-fledged first-stringers.

Games set for 8 years

The Tennessee Titans already know who they will play in 14 of their 16 games in 2002 as the NFL released its new 32-team, eight-division schedule on Wednesday. For that matter, the Titans know who they will be playing in 14 of the 16 games for the next eight years, right through till 2009. More

City Paper primer

Back To Class - The City Paper offers articles in every section with school news you can use. More

Kats' Green's play coming together at right time

Patience is a virtue, but it is one that Nashville Kats defensive specialist Cliff Green has found difficult to master. Green, a former Tennessee State University standout who came to the Kats in a trade with the Los Angeles Avengers with a ton of ability and a penchant for inconsistency, may be playing the best football of his three-year AFL career.

Myers front-runner for safety

Between all the shifting and shuffling in the Tennessee Titans secondary this off-season, one thing is still relatively clear. Bobby Myers is still the top candidate to replace Marcus Robertson as the team More

The ultimate game

Back To Class - USN girls take frisbee to new heights. University School of Nashville's female Ultimate Frisbee team is turning a once unknown sport into a popular phenomenon

Success of our students a shared responsibility

Regardless of what Mayor Bill Purcell does or does not do during his years in office, his star will shine for his efforts concerning the First Day Festival. By encouraging employers to let parents share part of their children More

Death Notices

Garcia greets schoolkids

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The only way to make any news in this town is to disappear. Energy? Patients' bill of rights? Forget about it; those stories are strictly below the fold. This week George W. Bush is bigger in the buzz than Chandra. How dare this "windshield" cowboy head off to his ranch for 30 days! More

Uniting diversity and fostering our city-esteem

Titans game day at the "Delph" is special, something I never expected to experience in Nashville. The fans in the stands represent the equivalent of over one of every 10 people in Metro Nashville. And what I have found to be particularly wonderful is the fans are a true cross-section of the community

Plant societies group gardeners and grow ideas

YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD GARDENER - There is a plant society that specializes in your interest. Whether it is daylilies, irises, daffodils, roses, orchids, camellias, perennials, bromeliads or any other plant, the eager members of these plant societies are ready to share their information with you and listen to what you have to tell. More

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Perhaps nothing in the world is as exciting for a dog that has been in a cage all day long as seeing a handler approach with a leash. For Jill, a retriever-mix puppy, this sight triggered unabashed barking as she reared up on her hind legs, front paws on top of the fence surrounding her, with her tail wagging so furiously she nearly knocked herself over. More

Leading off the list of new shows that should spark some interest this week is Que Sera, Sera, an evening of cabaret at the Darkhorse Theatre, 4610 Charlotte Ave. Starring Ginger Newman and Russell Davis, the show is a musical journey for all tastes. More

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City Confidential

Susan Andrews Thompson, A PR woman with attitude. For almost 25 years Susan Andrews has been married to her work as a PR person extraordinaire. A college internship evolved into a 14-year career with Bill Hudson and Associates. More