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PHOTO: U.S. Senate Candidate Manny Sethi speaks at the Old Natchez Country Club in Franklin Wednesday. / Photo by Alexander Willis Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Manny Sethi talks border wall, Obamacare and more at Old Natchez Country Club in Franklin By ALEXANDER WILLIS Manny Sethi, a Nashville orthopedic trauma surgeon who recently announced his bid …

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Photo by Terry Wyatt, courtesy of Essential Broadcast Media By ALEXANDER WILLIS Everyone experiences grief – and on the same token, everyone responds to grief differently. For Nashvillian singer-songwriter Morgan Myles, the recent loss of a loved one led to her crafting one of her most emotionally-charged songs yet: “Sanctuary,” which the public got a …

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Photo by Terry Wyatt, courtesy of Essential Broadcast Media By ALEXANDER WILLIS Often times, couples may struggle with the careful balancing act of managing time between work and play. For Tanya and Michael Trotter, the husband and wife duo that make up the Americana band The War & Treaty, work and play are conjoined into …

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By Stephen Elliott NashvillePost.com The latest Vanderbilt Poll, released June 6, found rising levels of partisanship among Tennessee voters. Among the findings: Republican Gov. Bill Lee enjoys a 61 percent approval rating. The high approval is similar to that of former Republican Gov. Bill Haslam, though poll director and Vanderbilt professor John Geer notes that …

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ABOVE: Musica at Night // PHOTO BY DEAN DIXON   The Fountains of Musica Foundation on Thursday morning announced the naming of  fountains surrounding Musica, the iconic Music Row sculpture at the roundabout connecting Division Street, Demonbreun, and 16th Avenue, for a couple acknowledged as Nashville’s first professional songwriters: Boudleaux and Felice Bryant, who wrote …

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Photo by Alexander Willis By ALEXANDER WILLIS During Michael Cohen’s testimony before Congress Wednesday, Congressman Mark Green didn’t hold back his opinion of Cohen’s character, calling him a “fake witness”, and saying his presence testifying before Congress was a “travesty.” Looking back on the hearing a day later, Green said that Cohen had “committed multiple …

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Organizers of the 20th Running of St. Jude Rock ‘n’ Roll ® Nashville Marathon & ½ Marathon on April 27 announced changes and improvements to the course, including the opportunity to run on the field at First Tennessee Park. Building on the excitement of the event, which culminates in a celebrity-filled finish line festival at Nissan …

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By BAILEY BASHAM Senator-elect Marsha Blackburn addressed an enthusiastic crowd on Tuesday night at the Cool Springs Marriott Hotel after her victory in the U.S. Senate race. Blackburn, a mother of two who lives in Brentwood with her husband, Chuck, has represented Tennessee’s 7th District in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2003. Before that …

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TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Motorists will soon see signs of initial construction activity on the Interstate 440 Reconstruction Project. The contract for the $152 million project was awarded to Kiewit Infrastructure South Group in August, and includes an August 2020 completion date. Preliminary construction activities such as lighting relocation, noise wall construction, shoulder paving, and …

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Chabad of Nashville is hosting celebrity chef Paula Shoyer, who will be sharing her healthy spin on classic Seder favorites. This cookbook author, will be demonstrating tips and tricks along with recipes of her favorite dishes. And the event includes eating what she’s made! The event will be at 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 18, …

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TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND INSURANCE The Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) urges Tennesseans to focus on home fire safety during what has traditionally been the most tragic week for fire-related incidents in the Volunteer State: The second week of January. SFMO data shows that Tennessee has averaged 3.6 fire deaths (29 in eight years) …

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By SARAH GRACE TAYLOR The Home Page got to talk to The Avett Brothers Saturday just before their set at the Pilgrimage Music and Culture Festival. Check out the video of our interview in which the band talks about how much they love Franklin, Pilgrimage Festival and what’s next for them. Then be sure to …

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We’re all busy and crunched for time, especially during the week and sometimes we simply don’t have enough time for lunch. Brentwood is packed with great restaurants and these five cater to our busy schedules by serving up great food fast, without forcing us to go through a drive-thru.  From All-American to Greek and even …

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As residents forced to evacuate wildfire areas begin to return home, the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) urges homeowners and renters who experienced property damage to contact their insurer to begin the insurance claims and recovery process. Insurers have deployed emergency response teams to the affected areas. Insurers along with representatives of various …

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Franklin-based Healthways, a Sharecare company, along with global polling and analytics firm Gallup, released new research this week that examines the incidence of diabetes in 190 U.S. communities and across all 50 states. Per data from the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index®, the overall incidence of diabetes in the U.S. for 2016 year to date is 11.5%, a …

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The staff of BIGRmedia, the recently formed union of Home Page Media Group and Source Local Media, took some time this week to reflect on how grateful we are to be serving an expanding audience and customer base in Middle Tennessee and beyond. We now offer 13 different web sites providing news, sports and life …

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Private Edition  in Green Hills hosted the Steeplechase Holiday kick-off party. Shoppers  dropped in to browse the beautiful Green Hills store and several were prepared with fresh faces, ready to have their makeup done by one of Private Edition’s talented makeup artists. With appetizers and refreshments aplenty, it was a wonderful event and most shoppers …

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TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Small Business Saturday is Nov. 26 and in Tennessee, many of those businesses focus on products found on the farm. A year-round interest in local products means plenty of options for holiday gifts from the farm. When you purchase from a farmer, you create an economic ripple that encourages and strengthens …

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How much do I love dogs? More than shoes, that’s how much. More than Jeni’s Salted Caramel Ice Cream. More than … well, you get the idea. My three fur babies are part of my family. And with two of the three rescue pups, I am totally on board the rescue adoption train. With all …

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GiGi’s Playhouse Nashville hosted a grand re-opening celebration on Nov. 13 to unveil its new location in Brentwood, which includes a larger space to meet the growing demand to serve more local families. The event included an appearance by GiGi’s Playhouse Founder and Chief Belief Officer Nancy Gianni, a 2016 CNN Hero and an international …

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By WES TALLEY America’s 45th President was elected on Tuesday, and the view from campus was electric. At Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, crowds watched as graphics of states turned red or blue on TV and speculated on the outcome. At at MTSU’s Media & Entertainment building, the room had an optimistic energy, voters …