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  1. Field Trip: Imagining New Worlds at High MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Nashville Scene

    After visiting the Imagining New Worlds exhibit at the High Museum last weekend, I had that familiar experience that art-watching sometimes causes - I saw the sign post outside of the High's front lawn, covered with used admission stickers from exiting visitors in a kind of vandalism-lite ritual, as a totally valid form of art installation. I'm sure I'm not alone.

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  2. Make Music Nashville Presents John Luther Adams' Inuksuit at Cumberland ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Nashville Scene

    An inuksuit is a large stone structure made by the native peoples of the north. In the often featureless tundra above the Arctic Circle, these stone piles, which are sometimes shaped in human form, serve as lifesaving landmarks for hunters and travelers.

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  3. Enjoy Hot-Chicken Spice at HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Nashville Scene

    Just about any hot chicken fan worth his or her salt has probably tried to re-create their own version of spicy fowl at home. Especially for those who are truly addicted to the capsaicin buzz, the convenience of hot chicken on demand at home could be a game changer.

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  4. Springer Mountain Farms Creates Local Chefs' CouncilRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Nashville Scene

    If you are a close reader of menus, you probably recognize the name Springer Mountain Farms . Many local restaurants prefer this Northeast Georgia-based poultry processor because of its network of smaller family-owned farms and commitment to raising chickens on vegetarian diets and without the use of antibiotics.

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  5. On Being With Krista Tippett Live Broadcast feat. Béla Fleck and ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Nashville Scene

    On Being With Krista Tippett Live Broadcast feat. BA la Fleck and Abigail Washburn Where : The Belcourt When : 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 20 In a city where the phrase "Bible Belt" is thrown around as often as it is here in Nashville, it can be easy to brush off conversations about faith and spirituality as strictly Sunday-school domain.

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  6. Ancient Tennesseans' Trash Current Tennesseans' TreasureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Nashville Scene

    Kristina Killgrove at Forbes has a really interesting story about the work state archaeologists and MTSU have been doing to salvage prehistoric sites in the wake of the 2010 flood. As you can imagine, a lot was washed away and some jackasses looted, but Tanya Peres from MTSU and Aaron Deter-Wolf from the Tennessee Division of Archaeology were able to discover some interesting stuff.

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  7. Diarrhea Planet and The Features to Rock the East Side Social FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Nashville Scene

    Summer concert season is officially in full swing. Fuller swing than usual, actually.

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  8. Road Trip to Atlanta: Faith No More and Refused Play Masquerade July 30Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Nashville Scene

    Looking to take a road trip this summer? Well here's a real great reason to brave the four -hour drive down to Atlanta - Faith No More and Refused play Masquerade Music Park on July 30! It's a hell of a pairing, but sadly it looks like they won't be coming to Nashville. So get in the car! Faith No More just released their comeback album Sol Invictus , their first LP in nearly 20 years.

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  9. Now On View: Tyler Hildebrand - Lumberjack Road at David LuskRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Nashville Scene

    Since David Lusk Gallery opened a space in the Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood last year, Tyler Hildebrand's work has consistently caught my eye. The artist has popped up in a few group shows there , and I'm pleased to report that Hildebrand recently relocated from Memphis to Nashville.

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  10. Source: Cage the Elephant to Play 'Secret' Show Tonight at The Basement EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Nashville Scene

    A good source tells the Cream Nashville-by-way-of-Bowling Green alt-rockers Cage the Elephant are playing a secret show at The Basement East tonight. A tweet the band dispatched about a half an hour ago bears this out, as does a ticketing link included in said tweet.

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  11. 1971: How Whistleblowers Fought the FBI, Tonight on PBSRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Nashville Scene

    On March 8, 1971, as Smokin' Joe Frazier handed Muhammad Ali his first professional loss in the Fight of the Century, a group calling itself the Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI broke into a bureau office in Pennsylvania, stole documents from a filing cabinet and mailed photocopies to newspapers. That act led to the exposure of COINTELPRO , J. Edgar Hoover's sinister counterintelligence program to infiltrate, sabotage and discredit "subversives" - a list of enemies inclusive enough to contain both Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the KKK.

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  12. Submissions Are Open for the 2015 Nashville Scene Photo ContestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Nashville Scene

    Fame, glory, cash and more await - submissions are open for the 2015 Nashville Scene photo contest! Finalists' shots will appear in the July 2 print edition of the Scene , and two photogs will win $300 each. a You must go to scenephotocontest.com to submit your photos a Submissions will be accepted until June 4 a Each submission costs $5 You can submit as many as five photos that speak to your life in Nashville.

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  13. Hear We Own This Town's Podcast of Local Female Rockers Curated...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Nashville Scene

    In the past decade, high-grade rock 'n' roll has gone from rare spectacle to flagship attraction in our fair city. We're fortunate to have a slew of top female artists, both local and touring performers, in our round-up of must-see summer concerts , as well as the Southern Girls Rock 'n' Roll Camp, a long-standing institution that helps young women build the confidence they need to take on the music industry - or any other industry, for that matter.

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  14. Review: Guerrero Leads the NSO in the Music of Berlioz, Messiaen and SibeliusRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Nashville Scene

    Who would have guessed that the 20th-century French modernist composer Olivier Messiaen would receive a thunderous ovation in Nashville? It happened Friday, when Giancarlo Guerrero led the Nashville Symphony in a performance of Messiaen's Les Offrandes OubliA es at the Schermerhorn. The roaring approval was likely the result of two things.

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  15. Review: Trisha Brown Dance Company Performs at OZ ArtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Nashville Scene

    Dance history is happening in Nashville this weekend. The Trisha Brown Dance Company is town , presenting a retrospective of this legendary choreographer's work.

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  16. Review: Nashville Ballet Premieres Three New Dances in Its New Headquarters This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Nashville Scene

    Signs of creativity are everywhere at Nashville Ballet. This weekend, the company is presenting Emergence , its annual showcase of new music and dance.

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  17. Front of the Book: Megan Barry, Nashville FC, and the Metro Planning CommissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Nashville Scene

    Our annual Summer Guide is out this week with Brian Orakpo and Delanie Walker of the Tennessee Titans on the cover. Check it out .

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  18. POP Presents {ATLANTA} Meets Nashville, featuring Angus Brown and Nahn Le of Octopus Bar and LuscaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Nashville Scene

    One of the most frequent complaints I hear about the Nashville dining scene is our dearth of high-end Asian food options. Well, if you'd really like to know what you're missing out on, there's a perfect event coming up this Wednesday, May 20, at POP Nashville in East Nashville.

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  19. Joy Williams Unveils 'Until the Levee,' Album Track List and Release Date [Fresh Track]Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Nashville Scene

    Last time we saw Nashville resident and former Civil War Joy Williams, we saw a lot of her - it was in her very revealing video for the song "Woman ," the lead single from her forthcoming record Venus . Today, Williams is unveiling a lot more details about Venus , including its release date, track list, album art and yet another single.

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  20. Check Out a New Food Truck Gathering, 'What the Truck,' This FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Nashville Scene

    If you're looking for a chance to check out an array of Nashville food trucks in a festive gathering, visit the What the Truck Food Truck Jam tomorrow night, May 15, at The Platform at The Cook's Kitchen . The Cook's Kitchen is a commercial kitchen and commissary that's a popular location for a number of well-known Nashville food purveyors to prepare their foods.

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