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  1. Anthem Nightclub to Close Feb. 8; Owners Plan to Fill Space With New RestaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago | Nashville Scene

    Anthem, the lavish nightclub in the Gulch just north of Broadway, will close Feb. 8 after two years in business, says Moni Advani, who owns the club and music venue with London Parfitt. Instead, their company - which recently opened chef Maneet Chauhan's hot new restaurant, Chauhan Ale & Masala House - plans to redo the cavernous Anthem space with a mind toward restaurant projects instead of music and revelry.

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  2. #MayoralChatter: Bill Freeman is Running for MayorRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    Freeman officially confirmed his plans in a lengthy statement, although we're told a formal announcement will come in the new year. "It is imperative that we make Nashville a place where people not only want to, but can, raise their families, educate their children and make an honest living," Freeman says in the three page statement.

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  3. Rolf and Daughters to Pop Up at Momofuku Ssam Bar in NYCRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    Nashville continues its assault on the Big Apple with a big announcement of an event coming up on Jan. 20. Acclaimed chef Philip Krajeck and his team at Rolf and Daughters will be setting up a late-night pop-up restaurant at David Chang's Momofuku Ssam Bar in Manhattan's East Village. Krajeck and company have recently returned from a trip to Stockholm, Sweden, where they completed another successful series of pop-ups, so clearly their reputation is expanding globally as well as nationally.

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  4. Tristen, Evan P. Donohue, William Tyler and Friends Warm Up The 5 SpotRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nashville Scene

    It was an unforgiving and chilly night Wednesday, but worth braving for the triple-threat local lineup at The 5 Spot. In fact, knowing it was just the kind of evening that makes the joint even cozier, it didn't take much to get The Spin in the door.

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  5. Nashville to Host 'World's Largest Kentucky Derby Viewing...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    One of the things I've never understood about living in Tennessee is why we have to go to Kentucky to race and watch horses. The Volunteer State is definitely horse country, but outside of that sketchy track right across the border in Franklin, Ky., it's a long schlep to watch the ponies run.

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  6. Jason Dietz, Navigating Gear Deals on Craigslist, Shemekia Copeland,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

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  7. Antioch is BeautifulRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    Dustin Cable, a researcher at the University of Virgina, has made this map that shows the racial make-up of the country's population. I zoomed in on Nashville and I was really struck by how beautiful Antioch is, how vibrant it looks when seen this way.

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  8. Two country greats and a Predator figure in last month's most expensive home transactionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    Homes on Old Natchez Trace lead the list, while a couple of houses in College Grove's The Grove bring up the rear. Included among this month's buyers and sellers: country music star Marty Stuart selling his unique Hendersonville super-cabin, a Nashville Predator and the brother and frequent songwriting partner of the former lead singer of Kansas.

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  9. Scene reviewers share some of their favorite books of 2014, from Kendra DeColo to Tony EarleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    As the year winds to a close, the Scene asked regular contributors to its literary pages to share their favorite books of 2014. They sent novels and poetry collections, local authors and international figures, bestsellers and unjustly overlooked volumes.

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  10. Here are five local burgers you should be eating right nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    I always like a conversation that includes a "yeah, but" in it, and few are guaranteed to have one like burger discussions: Everybody has preferences. Do you prefer it grilled or on a flat top? Is the basic burger your thing, or do you need a special condiment? Does it need to come from a great little throwback spot on the side of the road, like Bobbie's Dairy Dip, or can it come from a place known for carefully selected ingredients and white tablecloths, like Husk? I've been trying to break out of my familiar burger rotation - the Seamus at Gabby's , the Woodstock at Burger Up and the West Coast at Burger Republic .

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  11. As students and parents opt out of their zoned schools, will the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    Editor's note: Nashville's public school system has come under intense scrutiny in recent years after nearing state takeover. As the district has wrestled with academic performance, it has also spent the past few years embroiled in schoolyard fights - between the city and state over charter-school laws, among bickering board members and administrators over politics.

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  12. Jason Dietz survives motorcycle accident, learns to relaxRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    Jason Dietz has always been a chipper, positive dude, but nothing highlights his innate effervescence quite like the brace around his neck. The bassist and owner of Murfreesboro studio Twin Oak Productions has every right to be a sourpuss - three fractured vertebrae in the neck and a broken foot.

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  13. What you need to know before scouring Craigslist for used-equipment dealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    Like a beach community stocked with used surfboards, or a resort town loaded with second-buyer skis, Nashville's Craigslist.org , the free posting service for goods and services, is stuffed with used musical equipment. From guitar strings to baby grand pianos, the online classifieds list is broad and deep, and local musicians cruise the listings the way lonely singles browse dating sites.

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  14. A Scene contributor's love letter to one of Nashville's finest catsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    I want to be Sergio Webb. I want to roll up my world like a sleeping bag for a night and step into the life of one of Nashville's great guitar-toting sidemen.

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  15. Calls, Checks and Chatter: Freeman Looks to Be in Mayor's RaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Nashville Scene

    When Bill Freeman's self-set deadline comes Friday, all indications are that he will announce his candidacy for mayor of Nashville. As we reported in last week's issue , the real estate tycoon and Democratic mega-fundraiser has been active behind the scenes for months, assembling the makings of a campaign staff, putting a poll in the field and conducting opposition research on himself to see what kind of muck might be raked up over the course of a campaign.

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  16. Want to Support Journalism in Tennessee? Here's a Kickstarter For YouRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Nashville Scene

    Just two years after the Scene was reborn in Nashville as an alt-weekly in 1989, a group in Knoxville started the alt-weekly Metro Pulse . For the last seven years, the paper has been owned by E.W. Scripps, which also owns the Knoxville News-Sentinel .

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  17. Not Ready for Christmas Dinner? Local Caterers, Restaurants and Grocers Can HelpRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Nashville Scene

    Has Christmas sneaked up on you this year? It has for me. Mid-week Christmases seem to always catch me by surprise.

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  18. Council Approves Bridgestone Incentives, Uber/Lyft RegulationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Nashville Scene

    With nearly unanimous votes Tuesday night, the Metro Council gave final approval to an incentives package for Bridgestone worth more than $50 million as well as a set of regulations that will cover ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft. The Bridgestone incentives package is tied to the company's planned headquarters relocation to a new 30-story tower in south of Broadway.

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  19. Gift Guide: Non-Terrible Presents for Humans Who Like FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Nashville Scene

    You might call the food fans you know "foodies," but I hate that word and refuse to use it, so instead of calling this installment of this gift guide "Gifts for Foodies," I instead present: Non-Terrible Presents for Food-Loving People Who Like Eating Food So Much They Might Also Want to Make It, Wear It, Play With It and Basically Celebrate It in as Many Ways as Possible. A subscription to Lucky Peach magazine from Lucky Peach, $28 Lucky Peach is one of the best food-focused magazines to ever exist.

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  20. The Sweet Spot: Bang Candy's Bark in the DarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | 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 on Tuesdays.

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