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100 Oaks to provide Belmont parking during construction

In an attempt to expand campus facilities and add additional parking, Belmont University will be providing an alternative parking lot to ease the student/faculty parking dilemmas that will occur this school year. More

Veto steals from Tennessee's future: Sundquist

Gov. Don Sundquist Wednesday discouraged speculation about a special legislative session this fall on tax reform, saying until key members of the Senate change their opinions

News Briefs

Here are just a few headlines in today's News Briefs: Junior Achievement ceremony tonight, Kidney Foundation organizes walk and Salvation Army hosts auctions. More

An open letter of advice to Tennessee

I want to address this to all those Tennesseans who consider yourself

Free ride should end on Internet highway

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Police officers honored for protecting Sylvan Park

Sylvan Park neighbors honored police officers at Tuesday

Push 2001

An exhibit titled Push 2001, featuring individual artist fellowship winners Tis Mal Crow and Adrienne Outlaw, is featured at the Tennessee Arts Commission Gallery through Aug. 17. More

New condos pays homage to Chicago

The Baty Development Group is in the final planning stages for a new 18-unit condominium on 31st Avenue North. More

Let democracy rule: End presidential term limits

Let's end the two-term limit on presidents, and let's do it quickly. More

The Bard is back for his 14th summer season

Shakespeare in the Park returns to Centennial park More

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YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD GARDENER - We all have a love/hate relationship with our lawn mower. When the lawn is mowed, we take pride in the straight lines; the clean and crisp look of the turf, and the satisfaction that this dreaded work is over for another week. More

The show must go on

THEATER - As Nashville continues its growth both in population and congestion, so does the city

The Zen of home repair

OFF THE WALL - Yesterday, while Rosie was soaking in the bathtub, one of her hand-painted imported ceramic wall tiles fell on her head. We had to rush Rosie to the Doc-in-the-Box, but thankfully, the tile survived without a scratch. More

City Picks

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's City Picks: Keen dances the night away, Jazz smoothes the scene at 123, Kroger gives lunch box lessons and Hitting a solf Liner at the Basement.

City Confidential

George Blue, School Board road hog. More

Comcast does kids' golf

Comcast Cable and The Golf Channel will bring "Drive, Chip & Putt Jr. Golf Skills" to Nashville. Registration begins today at 3:30 p.m. with the competition following at 4-6 p.m. The event will take place at the Hermitage Golf Course and is open to children ages 7-12. More

Kats-SaberCats has 'grudge match feel'

To borrow a catch phrase from the late wrestling promoter Nick Gulas, the Arena Football League matchup between the Nashville Kats and the San Jose SaberCats has all the makings of the

Saturday kisses and happily ever after

Couple wheels down the aisle to say More

Looking for a queen

FOUR-LEGGED FINDS, From the first moment I laid eyes on Queenie, an orange domestic longhair cat, I had a feeling she was convinced she owned the joint. More

Nashville Striders host cross country series

Nashville Striders Running Club will fire the gun at 6:30 p.m. this Thursday at the Vaughn