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  1. Rachel Solomon Parodies Miley Cyrus' 'We Can't Stop'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    Remember Rachel Solomon? She's the Berklee-grad, Yankee-bred local singer-songwriter who, about a year ago, spoofed Lorde's "Royals" with a Nashville-centric parody . Some people thought it was funny; others thought it was tired.

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  2. East Nashville Small Businesses Showcased at Saturday's 'Gallatin Galavant'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    The retail frenzy that once was just Black Friday escalates each year, with Cyber Monday and Too-Soon Thursday now thrown into the mix. A group of more than 20 East Nashville restaurants, bars and shops are banding together this year in hopes of keeping some of those holiday dollars local, organizing the Gallatin Galavant , a shop crawl along Gallatin Pike/Avenue on what is now known as Small Business Saturday .

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  3. Sommelier Pete Holland Teaching Wine Intro Class, Bubbly Class at The SkilleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    The Skillery , which opened its own co-working and education space in Germantown over the summer, has become a trove of classes for food lovers. New and notable: Pete Holland, a sommelier with the prestigious certification by the Court of Master Sommeliers, is teaching two interesting wine classes in December.

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  4. Register to Run KIPP Decision By School Board Dec. 9Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    Mark your calendar. After months of agitation over which low-performing school will be the first the district hands over to a charter operator, Director of Schools Jesse Register says he'll run his decision by the school board, first.

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  5. Your guide to Record Store Day's Black Friday special-edition releasesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    Here it comes again: Nov. 28 is Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, laden with ethical and economic dilemmas that are tricky to navigate even without the tryptophan hangover. As they have for the past five years, participating local independent record stores snap the Gordian wishbone by offering a plethora of special releases, either limited runs available only while supplies last , or titles that will go into wider release later.

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  6. At The Cooks' Kitchen, Irene Bradley's communal cookery, space is the secret ingredientRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    One Saturday morning at the West End Farmers Market, Tom "Professor" Bailey happened to mention that he prepares his spicy pimento cheese and biscuits in a commercial kitchen somewhere between downtown and the fairgrounds. Within days of that conversation, Tiffany Malapanes of Positiffitea gave similar coordinates for where she mixes her Sweet Boro Blend.

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  7. Nashville trombonist Roy Agee brings big brass and bigger personality to Prince's live showRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    Like most everyone else jamming to the retro-disco funktastic groove of "Housequake" at the Prince concert in The Fox Theater in Oakland, Calif., last year, Roy Agee was dancing. Unlike most anyone else jamming in the historic Bump City hall, Agee plays trombone in Prince's band The New Power Generation.

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  8. From abortion to immigration, Republican state lawmakers are eager to ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    The day after Republicans widened their majorities in the state's General Assembly, lawmakers rushed to file their first bills, planting flags in the ground for the kind of legislation they want to prioritize in the new year. Lawmakers file thousands of bills every year on Capitol Hill.

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  9. Metro's pending regulations for ridesharing companies don't...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    Let's say you order a car to drive you from Sylvan Park on the West Side to Five Points in East Nashville for drinks on a Friday night. Or maybe you request a car from your house off Nolensville Pike on a Tuesday afternoon, but it never comes.

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  10. Wendy White's canvases find space in Sherrick and Paul's first showRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    On opening night for the inaugural exhibition at Sherrick and Paul, the art gallery in Wedgewood-Houston run by Susan Sherrick and Paul Gilbert, Wendy White's work stood out. Sherrick is well respected as an art dealer specializing in high-profile photographers, so it's understandable that much of the work in her gallery's first show is photo-based.

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  11. Killer Mike Reacts to Ferguson Ruling: 'It Is About a War Machine'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Nashville Scene

    Run the Jewels' tour landed them in St. Louis last night, the night St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch announced the news that Darren Wilson will not be indicted for shooting and killing 18-year-old Mike Brown. Jewels' Killer Mike, who has been outspoken about the case over the last few months, started the show by giving a frank, emotional speech: "We usually come on [stage] to Queen's 'Champion,' " he said.

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  12. The Sweet Spot: Chocolate-Covered Swedish FishRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Nashville Scene

    The Sweet Spot is a weekly Bites feature where sugar addict Megan Seling reviews some of the best, worst and weirdest sweet treats sold here in Nashville. It appears Tuesdays.

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  13. Give the Gift of Nashville's Finest: The 2014 Bites Gift GuideRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Nashville Scene

    This is my third gift guide for Bites, so I enlisted the help of other Bites contributors to give you, dear readers, the best list possible. I've been collecting ideas throughout the year, but I'm struggling to come up with items that I haven't included on the previous lists.

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  14. Come to the Beer, BBQ and Books Event at the Nashville Farmers' Market on Dec. 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Nashville Scene

    The Nashville Farmers' Market , The Picnic Tap , B&C BBQ and the Nashville Wine Auction are joining together to present what should be a really fun event on Tuesday, Dec. 2 to help support Stephanie's Fight , a fund created by Blackstone Brewing Co.' s Kent Taylor to commemorate his late brewery co-founder Stephanie Weins and help fund lung cancer research.

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  15. Tennessee Local Food Summit Celebrates LocavorismRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Nashville Scene

    Middle Tennessee has long been known for providing excellent produce and proteins, but so many local residents still don't take advantage of our fertile farmland. The upcoming Tennessee Local Food Summit aims to shine a spotlight on these issues during their upcoming series of events Dec. 5-7.

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  16. Activists Planning Citizen's Audit of Votes Cast at Cora Howe PrecinctRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Nashville Scene

    A group of activists is planning to survey every voter from an East Nashville precinct in an attempt to verify that their votes were properly recorded by electronic voting machines. Questions about the precinct at Cora Howe Elementary initially stemmed from a poll workers ' concerns that the precinct's results on the Amendment One referendum earlier this month were flawed.

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  17. Email Shows Register Consulted With Charter Lobbyist on East Nashville PlanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Nashville Scene

    The East Nashville parents hating on school superintendent Jesse Register have discovered another reason to be pissed off. As part of their public records request, they've been given an email from Register that sets their hair on fire.

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  18. Soccer, High Tops and The Reina Sofia: Eight Questions for Wendy WhiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Nashville Scene

    New York-based artist Wendy White was in town for 24 hours last week, helping Susan Sherrick and Paul Gilbert inaugurate the new Sherrick and Paul Gallery. White has two canvases on view in the gallery's opening exhibit , which will be on view until Jan. 10. I sat down to speak with White about her work - keep an eye out for the interview in a post later this week, as well as a review of the show in print - and she answered the following questions, most of which I lifted from ArtInfo , via email the next day.

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  19. 'Hot Nashville' to Be Featured at James Beard Dinner in NYCRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Nashville Scene

    We all know the culinary scene in Nashville is hot right now, but even the foodies of Manhattan are starting to take notice. Cooking at the James Beard House in New York is a coveted honor among chefs, and several Nashvillians have been featured there over the past couple of years.

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  20. Girl on Girl Comedy and Revue's Special Christmas SpectacularRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Nashville Scene

    Girl on Girl Comedy and Revue's Special Christmas Spectacular When : 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3 Where : Zanies "If you can make a girl laugh, you can make her do anything - except anal." So says standup comedian Jessica Michelle Singleton.

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