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Predators eliminate Avalanche in Game 6

By Ron Wynn The Nashville Predators put together their best game of the first round Sunday night, routing the Colorado Avalanche 5-0 to win both Game 6 and their first round best-of-seven series 4 games...

They Can’t Vote Yet But Are Making Their Voices Heard

By Peter White NASHVILLE, TN – Students from four Davidson County high schools ditched their books and picked up signs Friday morning to march against gun violence. Young people organized hundreds of walkouts around the...

Bombing of Syria Protested

From Staff Reports NASHVILLE, TN — Protesting the bombing of Syria last weekend, demonstrators at Davidson County’s courthouse prefer federal spending on domestic issues and challenge President Trump’s rational for missile strikes. “The United States needs...

Citizenship Question Plagues 2020 Census

By Peter White NASHVILLE, TN — Civil rights groups have long criticized Congress for not giving the U.S. Census Bureau enough money to do an accurate count of the nation’s population. Minorities have historically been undercounted...

Escobar Running for General Sessions Judge

By Clint Confehr NASHVILLE, TN — At different times in her career, Ana Escobar’s prosecuted and defended domestic violence cases since 1995. Now, she wants to preside and judge. “I know how hard it is for...

Joe Biden: Politics Have Become Degraded, Coarse and Mean Spirited

By Clare Bratten NASHVILLE, TN — An energized and articulate Joe Biden expressed concern about the worsening political climate in Washington last week in a public talk here with Chancellor Nicholas Zeppos on the Vanderbilt...

Gilmore’s Political Shenanigans as State NAACP Holds Ethically Questionable Political Event

By Rosetta Miller Perry NASHVILLE, TN — April 19, 2018.  Throughout its long and distinguished history the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), not only its national but also its state and...

Let’s Move Nashville Facing Headwinds as Vote Nears

NASHVILLE, TN — Less than two weeks to go before voters decide the fate of the $9 billion Transit Plan on Election Day, May 1. For months now, sides in favor and those against...

School Board Approves $924M Budget Request

By Peter White NASHVILLE, TN — The budget ask is $45 million higher than last year. It includes $2.5 million for new textbooks, $5.2 million more for special education and $2 million more for English...

Local Businesswoman Launches Ethnic Food Tour to Connect Diverse Communities

By Emory Alan Skolkin NASHVILLE, TN — When is the last time you tried a new foreign cuisine or welcomed another culture at your table? Renuka Christoph’s vision is that everyone in Nashville should have...