Powell officially gives away store to big corporations

Everyone involved in either the satellite television or radio industries should be rejoicing soon because they will probably reap immediate dividends with this week

A driver

Sultaana Freeman is an Orlando, Fla., woman who says her religious beliefs would be compromised if her face was photographed for a driver

Letters To The Editor

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Cost of war includes the aftermath of war

Newspapers need to inspire reader confidence

One of the most respected journalists at the New York Times resigned Wednesday. Pulitzer Prize winner Rick Bragg admitted that he had put his byline on a story largely reported by an unpaid freelancer. More

Finding of Blair's truth gives nation consequences

Jayson Blair has opened the proverbial can o' worms. The now-infamous black fabulist, who resigned from The New York Times after being exposed as a near-sociopathic liar and plagiarist, effectively has eviscerated the Times' pro-diversity policy and invited gawkers to poke at the innards of affirmative action. More

Letters To The Editor

To comment on a City Paper story or local issue, send us a typed letter 100 words or less (with zip code and a daytime phone number for verification) to: letters@nashvillecitypaper.com, or Editor, The City Paper, P.O. Box 158434, Nashville, TN 37215. Letters may be edited to fit. There is no guarantee letters received will be printed. More

Women stifled by gender, not by content of columns

Spiked? Censored? Me? That's what my conservative friends are saying. I wrote a column last week suggesting it was time for Bill and Hillary Clinton and their defenders to shut up. If the Democrats are to have any chance of winning the White House, they have to move forward, not backward. More

Entrepreneurs can find no luster in the Golden State

"California," said Gov. Gray Davis, "is the best place in the nation for businesses to prosper." The Golden State's "business-friendly policy environment," Davis added, provides "fertile ground for the best companies in the world to grow." More

Mayor deserves something extra in his paycheck

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