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America

Although in some fashion the recently released movie America More

Unreal TV weekend

Movies and specials continue to be the primary fare for the non-reality television fan this weekend. More

Hogs and leather make a mean manly meal

In the back of Boswell More

Turkey

The only native Nashvillian in Baseball Hall of Fame More

YMCA Beat

News from your local YMCA's: Green Hills YMCA turns 30, Maryland Farms YMCA celebrates senior splash day, and Upcoming sporting events at the Green Hills YMCA.

Actress Stands In for Tammy Wynette

The young actress has won the part of the More

Nashville hosts World Series

Lasorda in town to participate More

Sounds' Wilkins hoping someone takes notice

Lipscomb basketball tickets on sale Aug. 1

From the other side

Bennett makes switch from QB to receiver More

Kats' last stand?

Team's AFL destiny apparently sealed; auditorium scenario just doesn't fit More

Metros dig in to defend home territory

The trenches have been dug, fortified with the victories, defeats and draws collected thus far from the 2001 campaign. And the soldiers

Superspeedway adds night Busch race to schedule

It wasn

Marty Stuart, Jim and Jesse, close out Bluegrass Night

Two more of roots music

Residents oppose development

Developer AHR-Development (Affordable Housing Resources-Development), a non-profit group whose mission is to provide a variety of housing options to families of different income levels, wants to build 45 three- and four-bedroom houses - 1,300 to 1,700 square feet - with garages on the tract. More

Rookies arrive eager to open camp

Titans rookies reported to Baptist Sports Park Wednesday afternoon eagerly anticipating their first NFL training camp and hoping to impress the coaching staff and administration enough to make the Titans More

Belmont University names Arts and Sciences dean

Belmont University has appointed Dr. Larry Hall as dean of its College of Arts and Sciences, effective Aug. 1. More

Writing about politicians requires 'sex-plus' rule

You need a license to write about a politician's love life. It's called "sex-plus." "Sex-plus" is the news reporter's rule of engagement in Gary Condit's Washington. It is the same one that applied in Jack Kennedy's day. More

Hyundai's Santa Fe

There are so many SUVs on the road now, you wouldn't think there would be room for another one, right? Wrong. There is always room for anything that is better for less money. More

Sounds' Pavlas OK with father figure status

In the Sounds More