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Predators Ryan Ellis to Miss 4 Months of Season

On the first day of rookie camp, Predators General Manager Davis Poile gave some bad news about one of the team’s veterans: Ryan Ellis will be out for four months. Poile said Ellis is still recovering from surgery to repair a lower body injury he suffered during the Stanley Cup …

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Metro Police Officers Serve Customers at Burger Up

Metro police officers do a lot to help their community, and on Thursday some spent time serving customers at Burger Up. The officers worked alongside employees at the East Nashville restaurant for the “Tip a Cop” event. All of the tips the officers received, in addition to 10 percent of sales, …

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Celebrating the Past, Embracing the Future With Conductor Gregory Wolynec and the Gateway Chamber Orchestra Through Wine and Music

Gateway Chamber Orchestra, founded in Clarksville in 2008 has been featured on a GRAMMY Award-winning recording, expanded their performance season to serve multiple communities throughout Tennessee, and been recognized by the National Endowment for the Arts for audience engagement with their critically acclaimed Family Concert Series.   Conductor Gregory Wolynec …

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Th3 Legends “Cast for a Cure” Big Bass Tournament Benefitting the T.J. Martell Foundation Set to Cast a Line on November 4

Bid Now For Chance to Fish with Legendary Anglers Bill Dance, Jimmy Houston or Roland Martin America’s Top 3 Anglers, Bill Dance, Jimmy Houston and Roland Martin along with the T.J. Martell Foundation will host the first Th3 Legends “Cast for a Cure” Big Bass Tournament on November 4. The event, to be held at Sanders Ferry Park in Old Hickory, Tenn. …

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Country Singer Jo Dee Messina Announces Cancer Diagnosis

Country singer Jo Dee Messina announced on her website Wednesday that she was diagnosed with cancer earlier this summer. According to her website, Messina is working closely with a team to explore options and will begin receiving treatment later this fall. Messina, who is enrolled at The King’s University, is …

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The Americana Music Association presents “The People Sing!” Sept. 12

The Americana Music Association   Voices of a People’s History of the United States   and War Memorial Auditorium   Present  “The People Sing!” A timely event bringing to life extraordinary history of ordinary people engaged in struggles for freedom and justice   Featuring song and spoken word performances by …

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Team From Nashville Rescue Mission Helps with Flood Damage in Texas

More than a week after Hurricane Harvey made landfall, floodwaters are still covering roads in some communities along the Texas gulf coast. In other communities, the waters have receded and people are beginning to clean up. “You have a heart for those living through it. This is the best thing …

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Search Still On for Vandals of Historic Tombstones at Nashville Cemetery

Vandals did quite a number on a historic Nashville cemetery, vandalizing more than a dozen fragile headstones and grave markers. Some of the most notable figures in the city’s history, including two of its founders, are buried there. At the City Cemetery just south of downtown, there’s a museum where anybody that’s …

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Nashville Fire Department to Head Home Soon After Helping in Texas

Members of Nashville Fire Department are on their way back from Texas where they assisted in rescue and recovery efforts after Hurricane Harvey tore through the area. Harvey is gone but not the devastation left behind from this massive storm. In true Tennessee volunteer spirits, local organizations and departments have …

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LODGE CAST IRON AND THE BEEFOUNDATION PRESENT SEASONED & SEARED DINNER EVENT SEPTEMBER 24

Beef lovers celebrate! Lodge Cast Iron®, made in Tennessee since 1896, is partnering with the BEEFoundation to host a unique culinary dinner experience, Seasoned & Seared on Sept. 24 at Green Door Gourmet’s Grand Barn in Nashville. The dinner celebrates beef, one of Tennessee’s top agricultural commodities, while using the …

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