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Racist Who Attended Racist Conference in Tennessee Still Being Racist Back at School
Pith readers may recall the Nashville Docujournal video from the American Renaissance Conference , held at Montgomery Bell State Park, that we posted here last month .
Tue May 21, 2013
Chip Curley: Made tough in Nashville
Chip Curley is well known as one of Nashville's most prolific archivists. Back in April of 2009, after only writing for the Examiner for a few months, I did a brief article making mention of his talents and his website Nashville Websites .
Is Your 'Safe Place' Really Safe?
NASHVILLE, Tenn. NewsChannel 5 meteorologist Charlie Neese walked through a south Nashville home Tuesday to find the safest place during a storm.
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4Wall Nashville Hits the Road with 'Jesus Culture One Nights'
The 'Jesus Culture One Nights' tour recently took the stage throughout the mid-west utilizing lighting equipment from 4Wall Nashville Nashville, TN- The 'Jesus Culture One Nights' tour recently took the stage throughout the mid-west utilizing lighting equipment from 4Wall Nashville.
Storms From Oklahoma Weakening As They Move To Tennessee
The National Weather Service updated its guidance to include all but the mountains of East Tennessee in an area that has a slight risk of severe thunderstorms through Wednesday morning.
Witness Helps Lead To Quick Arrest Of Burglary Suspect
NASHVILLE, Tenn. A burglary suspect was quickly taken into custody after witness saw him trying to breaking into a south Nashville apartment on Monday afternoon.
U.S. Coal-Fired Power Plants: Update or Close?
The owners of power plants that burn coal are playing high-stakes poker as they decide whether to install expensive pollution controls or shut down If one were to sketch a family tree of eastern U.S. power plants , the Gallatin Fossil Plant outside Nashville, Tenn., and the Big Sandy Power Plant in eastern Kentucky might be distant cousins.
Mon May 20, 2013
Nashville's Jae Won Shim bounces back from flood's disaster
After Nashville's historic 2010 flooding, Jae Won Shim went from living on a Goodlettsville hilltop with tony neighbors including Garth Brooks to spending 15 months without electricity and running water in an abandoned strip center he owned across from the Nashville Farmers' Market.
Texas trucker arrested in Nashville motel slaying
Federal marshals and state troopers arrested a truck driver Monday evening in Texas in connection with the May 9 slaying of a Denmark, Tenn., man.
Prince Edward to present award in Nashville
Prince Edward will announce the winner of a prestigious service award from a charity associated with the British royal family in a ceremony Thursday at the governor's mansion.
Mayor Announces New Affordable Housing Program
Mayor Dean discussed the need for affordable housing in his State of Metro address, saying it's key to a successful future.
Gang Members Get Guns At Gun Shows
Johnathan Gutierrez said he and other gang members went to gun shows with large amounts of cash and had no problem buying guns despite having a criminal record.
Music City Center To Attract One Million Hotel Room Reservations
Mayor Karl Dean was happy to announce city leaders exceeded an internal goal of having one million hotel room nights booked by the time Music City Center officially opened.
Meharry Medical College Announces Interim President
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Meharry Medical College has announced who will service as interim president as the current president decided to go on sabbatical.
Review: Darius Rucker settles in on latest album
On his two previous Nashville, Tenn.-recorded solo albums, Darius Rucker proved he could gain acceptance from contemporary country music fans.
Teen inspires community to make a difference from Nashville to Africa
When Ellie Ambrose was only 10 years old, she had a dream of hosting a 5K Run and Family Fun Day to benefit kids in the slums of Africa.
National exhibit on Civil War in Nashville
A national traveling exhibit on the Civil War will be on display at Nashville's Green Hills Library beginning on Monday.
Sun May 19, 2013
Ribbon-Cutting For Music City Center Hours Away
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Music City Center will kick off at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, then Mayor Karl Dean will give his State of Metro address.
New MTSU Mass Communication dean Paulson helped stage new Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame
The incoming dean of MTSU's College of Mass Communication, Ken Paulson, played a key role in the development of the new Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame that was unveiled Sunday.
Music City Center likely to accelerate SoBro's growth
Shawn Courtney had one word to describe Nashville's SoBro neighborhood when he opened his restaurant there seven years ago: "gnarly." The area to the south of Broadway stretching to Interstate 40 had a reputation for adult entertainment establishments, for run-down buildings and as a hangout for the city's homeless.