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  1. #MayoralChatter: Freeman Releases Environmental PlanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Nashville Scene

    Bill Freeman convened a small group of campaign staff and supporters to the green roof of the Freeman Webb building in Green Hills Tuesday afternoon to mark Earth Day by unveiling his environmental policy plans. He started by talking about the building itself, the first Leed Gold Pre-Certified building in Nashville, and explaining the roof.

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  2. #NaFF15: Midway - Added Screenings, Hot Tickets and MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Nashville Scene

    Those who caught it said it was the kind of you-had-to-be-there surprise that makes devotees of festival first-timers, of whom there have been many this year. A half-hour afterward, NaFF artistic director Brian Owens was still teary-eyed.

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  3. #MayoralChatter: The Candidates on Moving PSC MetalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Nashville Scene

    Last year, we published an agenda with six ideas that we encouraged 2015 mayoral candidates to steal. One of those was finding a way to get rid of PSC Metals, the massive blemish on the east bank that the past several administrations have dreamed of erasing.

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  4. Watch Evan P. Donohue Repeat His Mantra on Pink House SessionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Nashville Scene

    It's been a minute since we've heard from Evan P. Donohue. One of the local rock scene's finest popsmiths, Donohue kept the great tunes coming with last year's Stairway to Evan - one of local rock's finest albums of 2015.

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  5. Nashville Delegation Drops Ball On In-State Tuition For Undocumented ImmigrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Nashville Scene

    Falling short by one vote, the House of Representatives dealt a fatal blow to a bill allowing certain undocumented high school graduates to pay in-state tuition to attend college. After about two hours of debate, when the clerk opened up the board for a vote, three legislators were missing, all from Nashville.

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  6. The Wrecking Crew Director Denny Tedesco, Bassist Joe Osborn Tonight at The BelcourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Nashville Scene

    If you saw the Brian Wilson biopic Love & Mercy last weekend at the Nashville Film Festival - still running tonight through Saturday at Regal Green Hills - many of the best scenes involved the young Wilson recording the Pet Sounds LP in the absence of the other Beach Boys with a roomful of Los Angeles session hotshots. We've played with Sinatra, Dean Martin, Phil Spector, all the big boys, a kindly drummer tells him, but you've blown our minds.

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  7. Dogfish Head Brings Its Popular Beers Back to NashvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Nashville Scene

    Local craft beer fans were very disappointed when Dogfish Head , the extremely popular brewery based out of Milton, Del.,, pulled out of the Nashville market after a brief foray in 2011. Hopes were raised when the brewery announced last summer that they were planning a return to Tennessee and the three other states that were cut off a few years ago.

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  8. Nashville, We Have Strange PrioritiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Nashville Scene

    WKRN has the story of how the sheriff and the police chief both want to move out of their downtown location -the sheriff out to Harding Place and the police up to Jefferson: Both are currently housed at the CJC, which was built in 1981, making this new investment the single largest investment in Nashville's public safety history. "This investment will enhance our law enforcement and public safety operations for decades to come," Mayor Dean said.

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  9. #MayoralChatter: Barry Releases Thoughts on SustainabilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Nashville Scene

    In celebration of Earth Day, and just a few hours ahead of a Bill Freeman event focused on the same topic , Megan Barry has released an issue paper devoted to sustainability. Barry's thoughts on the issue are available on her website , alongside other issue papers she released early on in her campaign.

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  10. John Cooper Announces Run for Metro Council At-LargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Nashville Scene

    John Cooper, the brother of Nashville Congressman, announced Tuesday that he is running for one of the Metro Council's five at-large seats. A press release announcing his candidacy cited his "desire to ensure Nashville continues to make sound fiscal decisions and promote responsible growth."

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  11. Chris Crofton, Advice King: The Merits of Collecting VinylRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Nashville Scene

    Comedian, musician, host of The Chris Crofton Show and former Nashvillian Chris Crofton asked the Scene for an advice column, so we gave him one. Crowning himself the "Advice King," Crofton will share his hard-won wisdom with whosoever seeks it. 28 comments

  12. Tammy Algood's New Book Celebrates Sunday Dinner in the SouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Nashville Scene

    Folks new to the South no doubt have a few questions about "dinner." As in, what is dinner? When is it? And how is it different from supper? I come from the Mississippi Delta region, so dinner is the last meal of the day , except for special occasions, which include holidays and just about any Sunday.

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  13. Numbah 4,080: Young Breh's Lean on UsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Nashville Scene

    Young Breh has a real appreciation for sounds both old and new. Lean on Us , the local rapper's two-years-in-the-making introductory EP is an awe-inspiring juxtaposition of old-school sensibilities and new age absurdism from a trio of East Nashvillians including Breh, FRZE and DOZA.

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  14. Fucked Up to Play Third Man Records July 5; Hear the Brand-New...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Nashville Scene

    Happy-hardcore Canucks Fucked Up are more than just the two-time Juno Award nominees most likely to upset your grandparents due to their band name. They also happen to put on just about the most transfixing and energetic punk rock show you're liable to see this side of Black Flag .

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  15. From Halestorm to Thunderstorms: Record Store Day 2015 in ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Nashville Scene

    By the looks of the crowds at record shops across Nashville on Saturday, it was another successful Record Store Day on the books for Music City's vinyl retailers. Naturally, The Spin spread out around town to get our fingers dusty, do some day drinking and take in shit-hot sets from some of our favorite local bands.

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  16. #MayoralChatter: Freeman, Rebrovick to Release Policy Plans This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Nashville Scene

    Mayoral candidates Bill Freeman and Linda Eskind Rebrovick will each be rolling out policy proposals at campaign events this week that could serve as the beginning of a new phase in the campaign to succeed Mayor Karl Dean - one in which specific plans begin to replace broad strokes and bland platitudes. Or not.

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  17. Consumer Reports Ranks Supermarket Chains - Publix Is Praised, ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Nashville Scene

    We here at Bites are big fans of Consumer Reports , and you should definitely pick up the May issue. There's a really good piece on how to shop around pesticides when buying produce and a breakdown of just how much more you'll pay for selected organics at some of the major chains.

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  18. Gateway Chamber Orchestra performs tonight at Downtown Presbyterian ChurchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Nashville Scene

    The Gateway Chamber Orchestra will conclude its 2014-15 season in Nashville with performances of the two most popular American works in the orchestral repertoire - Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring and Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings . But the most compelling reason to attend tonight's concert at Downtown Presbyterian Church may well be the chance to hear the terrific mezzo-soprano Teresa Buchholz.

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  19. Eat at Chipotle on Earth Day to Benefit The Nashville Food ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Nashville Scene

    All you have to do is visit your favorite Chipotle between 4 and 8 p.m. and mention the fundraiser or show the flier and Chipotle will donate 50 percent of proceeds from your meal to The Nashville Food Project. This event is part of a partnership between Chipotle and The Nashville Food Project, a local nonprofit that aims to alleviate hunger in our city.

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  20. Green Door Gourmet Plans Gigantic Spring Fest This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Nashville Scene

    Sylvia Ganier's 350-acre farm in West Nashville, Green Door Gourmet , will be the place to be this Sunday, April 26, for a full day of food and fun to welcome the spring harvest. Spring Fest is a free event that will take over the farm at 7011 River Road Pike from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The free activities include a bluegrass square dance called by the Hogslop String Band, an herb sale, local food trucks, a flower workshop, local vendors and a kid's zone featuring Mr. Steve the Music Man.

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