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  1. Nashville Symphony Gets a New COO: Steven BrosvikRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Nashville Scene

    The lessons of the Great Recession of 2008 and the Great Flood of 2010 have not been lost on Alan Valentine, president and CEO of the Nashville Symphony Orchestra . "If I've learned anything, it's that you have to have the right people on board to handle the crises that will inevitably come your way," Valentine told the Scene in a recent phone interview.

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  2. Flashback Friday: Jim White and the White Stripes Play The EndRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Nashville Scene

    Well, this is ... something. It is sort of awesome. And embarrassing. But mostly awesome.

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  3. Looking for the Next It City Restaurant: Casting Calls Open for Restaurant StartupRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Nashville Scene

    Have you got a great idea for the next "It City" restaurant? Maybe you're not a "celebrity chef" who plans to breeze in and out of the kitchen, so you need a few extra bucks to get you started? If so, Restaurant Startup is looking for you. Currently running on CNBC, the show seeks to connect well-known chef Tim Love and restaurateur Joe Bastianich with would-be restaurant owners who have a killer concept and business plan for investment opportunities.

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  4. #MayoralChatter: Howard Gentry is Running for MayorRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    Howard Gentry tells The Tennessean he has appointed a treasurer and is joining the race to succeed Mayor Karl Dean: Gentry enters the race as the lone African-American candidate in a field that had consisted of six white candidates. He figures to draw particularly strong support from historically black North Nashville, but also has countywide name recognition that few of the other contenders have at this juncture.

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  5. A Raconteurs Reunion, Loretta Lynn Duets and More Surprises at Jack...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    If the mark of a great concert is convincing you there is no other act, in no other venue, in no other city you'd rather see at that moment, Jack White's extravaganza Wednesday night at Bridgestone Arena practically branded it onto his audience's forehead. An epic celebration of all things Music City, by turns traditional and pitched to the farthest frontiers of music - sometimes in the same gesture - it started with washes of guitar texture and ended with a spontaneous shout-along Bono would've hired Blackwater ops to engineer.

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  6. #MayoralChatter: Rebrovick Kicks Off Campaign For a 'Smarter...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    Linda Eskind Rebrovick kicked off her mayoral campaign Thursday with a 30-minute speech that resembled a State of Metro address - and had the applause breaks too. The speech, before a crowd of about 100 supporters inside the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, was largely focused on the ways that investments in technology could "build a smarter Nashville."

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  7. Top Chef Comes to Nashville Next Week for Casting CallRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    With around a million viewers per week, Top Chef 's ratings are not where they were at their peak several seasons ago, but they were strong enough for Bravo to renew it for a 13th season. Magical Elves, the production company behind the show, will hold an open casting call this Tuesday, Feb. 3, at Adele's near the Gulch, from 10 a.m. to noon.

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  8. Some Jolly Good Cello Playing: Felix Wang Tonight at BlairRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    Listening to Felix Wang play cello is a lot like reading someone else's diary: This longtime professor at the Blair School of Music plays with so much intimacy and immediacy that it almost makes you blush. No wonder Nashville classical fans queue up for his concerts.

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  9. The Family Wash to Move to New Location, Will Still Have ShowsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    Over at Scene food blog Bites, our colleague Chris Chamberlain is reporting that longtime East Nashville restaurant The Family Wash - which also regularly hosts jazz, folk and rock shows - will close on Feb. 21. It will reopen in a newer, larger spot on Main Street. Says Chris: East Nashville pint 'n' pie stalwart The Family Wash is pulling up stakes from their original location on Greenwood Avenue and moving their operations to a new larger building on Main Street near Bolton's Spicy Chicken and Fish.

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  10. The Family Wash is Moving; Chef John Stephenson to Helm New KitchenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nashville Scene

    East Nashville pint 'n' pie stalwart The Family Wash is pulling up stakes from their original location on Greenwood Avenue and moving their operations to a new larger building on Main Street near Bolton's Spicy Chicken and Fish . The new restaurant will be a joint venture between James Rubin, Garage Coffee's Robert Camardo, chef John Stephenson and artist manager Mitchell Fox.

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  11. Periscope Pitch at the Enterpreneur Center TonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nashville Scene

    Last year, the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville launched Periscope , an intensive six-week training program integrating entrepreneurial principles to help working artists execute their vision. This program is one of the many reasons that Nashville ranks No.

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  12. How Doug Seegers went from the Nashville Rescue Mission to headlining ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nashville Scene

    On one side of a high wooden fence on Lafayette Street sits the Nashville Rescue Mission, temporary shelter to hundreds of homeless men, women and children. On the other is City Winery Nashville, the sleek, expansive new wine-bar-cum-listening-room.

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  13. Red Grooms pushes commemorative art to its limits with a new exhibit of Civil War paintingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nashville Scene

    Contemporary art about history works best when it's contextualized - imagine seeing Robert Colescott's "George Washington Carver Crossing the Delaware" without realizing it's a play on George Washington's famous expedition. But sometimes context can overshadow the work.

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  14. Green Hills gets a cozy spot with grilled-cheese, gelato and cocktailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nashville Scene

    Just when I've devised every possible alternate route to avoid the snarling traffic knot of Green Hills, Christie and Melissa Hauck debut Goozy Dessert Bar & Cafe, where a tightly edited roster of sandwiches, soups, salads and sweets lures me back into the congested heart of 37215. Fortunately, while the surrounding neighborhood can tend toward bumper-to-bumper mayhem, Goozy offers a quiet and comfortable refuge, equally suitable for families with kids as for adults on date night.

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  15. MNPS Cleaning House at Lowest Performing SchoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nashville Scene

    Come next school year, five of the district's 12 priority schools will have new principals at the helm, according to officials at Metro Nashville Public Schools. That's in addition to the three new principals installed earlier this year to run low-performing schools.

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  16. Watch Bobby Bare Jr. Swear, Sing and Stomp His Way Through a Tiny Desk ConcertRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    In a recent Scene feature , beloved Boston correspondent Sean L. Maloney filled us in on how Nashvillian artists fare when they roll through the Bay State. Spoiler: They do well.

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  17. Brett Withers to Challenge Peter Westerholm for East Nashville Council SeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    Brett Withers is running for the Metro Council in District 6, looking to unseat Councilman Peter Westerholm . "I am committed to moving our neighborhoods forward while preserving the character of East Nashville and restoring our community's voice.

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  18. Fifty First Kitchen and Bar Coming to The Nations SoonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    Final preparations are being made for the opening of Fifty-First Kitchen and Bar , a new restaurant in The Nations , with a target date of early March. The restaurant is a partnership between Caroline and Anthony Galzin - veterans of several Chicago and Nashville restaurants as well as their own pop-up restaurants - and former Rumours co-owner Christy Shuff.

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  19. Numbah 4,080: Caveman the Wise and Michael the Younger, Dee Goodz, Kali Kampaign, Q. ShaunteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Nashville Scene

    Day Old Records affiliates Caveman the Wise and Michael the Younger teamed up for a dreamy, down-tempo folk-pop-leaning new single called "Syzygy." On "Syzygy," Caveman sets up a delicate dreamscape over which vocalist and songwriter Michael the Younger croons sorrowful, reflective lyrics.

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  20. Google Fiber Is Coming, Google Fiber Is Coming! We're Somebody NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Nashville Scene

    "I am happy to announce that after almost a year of participation, Google Fiber is coming to Nashville," said Mayor Karl Dean. "There was a lot of competition, and I think they've made a very wise choice," he added.

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