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

    9 hrs ago | 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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  2. Fucked Up to Play Third Man Records July 5; Hear the Brand-New...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | 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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  3. From Halestorm to Thunderstorms: Record Store Day 2015 in ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | 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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  4. #MayoralChatter: Freeman, Rebrovick to Release Policy Plans This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | 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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  5. Consumer Reports Ranks Supermarket Chains - Publix Is Praised, ...Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | 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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  6. Gateway Chamber Orchestra performs tonight at Downtown Presbyterian ChurchRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | 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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  7. Eat at Chipotle on Earth Day to Benefit The Nashville Food ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | 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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  8. Green Door Gourmet Plans Gigantic Spring Fest This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | 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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  9. Sorry Karen Bennett, But You Don't Get to Decide What Is A Legitimate ChurchRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    The Madison swingers club story has taken another delightful turn. You may recall that The Social Club has sold their valuable downtown property and bought some property up in Madison.

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  10. It's 420, Go sXe and See Bane Tonight at The EndRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    We know what you're thinking: You'd love to go out on a Monday night, but it's 4/20, the stupid hippie holiday that celebrates the number of Bob Marley jokes Hitler told at his birthday party a or something like that. You don't do drugs, you don't want to do drugs, and you definitely don't want your new Champion hoodie to smell like drugs, which is inevitable if you walk anywhere outside today.

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  11. #NaFF15: Day One - Adult Beginners, Goodbye to Language, Tonight's SelectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Nashville Scene

    The 46th annual Nashville Film Festival opened last night at Regal Green Hills with hundreds outdoors on the patio enjoying the cool temperatures and complimentary Jeni's ice cream. Inside, the lobby teemed with jurors, visiting filmmakers, and the habitually large audiences that turn out for the opening-night blocks of short films by Tennessee talent.

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  12. #MayoralChatter: Bill Freeman on Feminism, ProstitutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Nashville Scene

    Ahead of their mayoral forum on April 28, the YWCA asked each of the candidates the following: "To help us promote this unique forum, we would like to ask each candidate to make a brief "selfie" video and answer the question, 'Are you a feminist, and why?' Please keep your response to 30 seconds or less." ... interesting in light of this 2012 op-ed he wrote in The Tennessean blasting the police department for conducting prostitution stings like the ones that caught Councilman Brady Banks.

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  13. Weekend Warriors: Here's What Scene Staffers Are Doing This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Nashville Scene

    I'm really excited about going to New York this weekend to see some art shows. On Saturday I'm planning to go to the New Museum's Triennial Surround Audience , which was co-curated by one of my favorite artists, Ryan Trecartin.

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  14. Kid Rock Gave $1,500 to Walter Hunt's Metro Council CampaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Nashville Scene

    Among the $28,000 in campaign funds Walter Hunt received last quarter is a $1,500 contribution from one Robert Ritchie, with a PO Box in Tequesta, FL. That's right, Big Bawitdiba - the American Badass himself - has maxed out to Walter Hunt's campaign for one of the Metro Council's five at-large seats.

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  15. Dirty Pages Exhibit Ends With Storytelling EventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Nashville Scene

    Have you been down to the Nashville Farmers' Market to view the Dirty Pages exhibit ? Well, you'd better hurry, because the exhibition closes on April 20. As we've reported, Dirty Pages is the project of three Nashville food writers, showcasing loved and spattered recipe pages and the Nashville women who treasure them. In case you needed any more incentive to visit, the ladies behind the Dirty Pages have arranged one more event to get you to the market.

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  16. State Rep. Bill Beck Busted for DUIRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Nashville Scene

    According to the affidavit, the officer spotted Beck driving "with the left tires completely in the center turn lane." The officer says Beck's eyes were bloodshot and watery, that he smelled of alcohol, and that his speech was "extremely slurred."

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  17. Local Comics Set the World Record for Longest Comedy Show and Aren't StoppingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Nashville Scene

    Not a record for the most luxury condos shaped like guitars or the most heart attacks during a post-season hockey game. Nothing to do with Jack White, Pekka Rinne or Karl Dean.

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  18. #NaFF15: Opening Night, Sellouts, and Welcome to the Rush LineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Nashville Scene

    In this week's Scene cover package, we offer a guide to the 46th annual Nashville Film Festival , getting underway tonight at Regal's Green Hills megaplex and running through April 25. In addition to more than three dozen capsule reviews, we have a rundown on films that hadn't been screened at press time, tips for getting around and picking what you want to see, and even suggestions if you need to grab a quick bite to fortify yourself between screenings.

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  19. Nashville Fashion Alliance Launches Kickstarter TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Nashville Scene

    A couple of weeks ago , the fifth annual Nashville Fashion Week gave us a great excuse to write about growing Nashville fashion community . Today, the Nashville Fashion Alliance , a group two years in the making with a mission to grow and support the Nashville fashion industry, launched their Kickstarter campaign , in which they hope to raise $100,000 in 30 days.

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  20. Adam Ross, international man of mystery, discusses his upcoming novelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Nashville Scene

    In 2010, Adam Ross launched his first novel, Mr. Peanut , with an arresting opening line: "When David Pepin first dreamed of killing his wife, he didn't kill her himself. He dreamed convenient acts of God."

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