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  1. After Dissing Renata Soto, Tennessee Republicans Snubbing Gay Rugby Players NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    First, Republicans in the legislature threw hissy fits over that resolution congratulating Renata Soto and the evil La Raza. Now, they're losing it over the gay rugby players.

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  2. Dr. John Brings Mardi Gras Back to City Winery TonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    Well, here's one thing Nashville's got over New Orleans this Mardi Gras: Dr. John's playing a two-night stand at City Winery. And even if yesterday hadn't been Tuesday, an opportunity to catch the national treasure, noted night tripper and N'awlins patron saint - born Malcolm John Rebennack - in such an intimate venue wouldn't be one to miss.

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  3. Taste Lynnville's Own Tenn South at Red in BellevueRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    Unless you make a real effort to visit Lynnville, Tenn., you'd probably never accidentally encounter the tiny town located about an hour south of Nashville on I-65. But you'd be missing out on a charming little hamlet that is the home of Col.

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  4. Remembering Brad Reed, 'an honest and competent lawyer' - and a great deal moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    John Bradbury Reed, a revered local attorney whose reputation was exceeded only by his humility, died Tuesday, Feb. 2, after a 25A -year battle with cancer. Noted for his keen intellect and rigorous professional ethics, the famously assured yet unassuming community leader helped shape the business and civic landscape of Nashville for half a century.

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  5. Erin Coleman to Challenge Steve Dickerson for Nashville Senate SeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    Erin Coleman, the political newcomer who made the runoff in last year's Metro Council at-large race and made a name for herself in doing so, has announced that she will run as a Democrat in Nashville's state Senate District 20, aiming to unseat incumbent Republican Sen. Steve Dickerson. Coleman is a small business owner, civil engineer and U.S. Army veteran who says she's running to stand up for Nashville against the state, which is always finding ways to interfere with local affairs.

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  6. Documents Show Allegations of Extortion and Possible Bribery in David Chase CaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    In late 2014 and well into 2015, talk in Nashville's media circles was that Bill Fletcher, of the consulting firm Fletcher Rowley, was working reporters on behalf of David Chase, the developer who had been arrested and charged with assaulting his ex-girlfriend twice in 24 hours in June 2014. The veteran Democratic political consultant was trying to quell the public relations crisis facing Chase, the Chase family, and their prominent construction company D.F. Chase, Inc. after the incident and the array of public controversies that followed.

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  7. Local Restaurants Share Super Bowl Snack IdeasRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    You can imagine how stuffed a food writer's inbox gets around this time of the year, with scores of unsolicited recipes for Super Bowl-themed snacks. Some of them are pretty ludicrous, but you'll see the same basic recipes spread across the Internet, and I imagine they are clogging many Pinterest feeds right about now.

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  8. Clown Nashville's Dracula Premieres Tonight at Darkhorse ChapelRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    Sideshow Fringe Presents: Clown Nashville's Dracula When : Feb. 4-7 Where : Actors Bridge at Darkhorse Chapel Actors Bridge Ensemble 's Sideshow Fringe program has spawned yet another subset of its parent group - Clown Nashville. Under the direction of Jess Darnell, Clown Nashville presents its debut production this weekend, a version of Bram Stoker's vampire tale set in the mountains of 19th century Transylvania.

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  9. Everyone Loves Monorail in TheoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    Ugh, Bill Ketron is touting the wonderfulness of a monorail between here and Murfreesboro over in Andrea Zelinski's Nashville Post story and excuse me while I roll my eyes. "Of course, I'll try to impart my vision, which is monorail.

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  10. Chain restaurants are now serving 'Nashville Hot Chicken' to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    The newsroom almost erupted into a fistfight when I asked my fellow Scene writers to choose which local hot chicken locations should be represented in our Chain Restaurant vs. Real Deal Hot Chicken Taste Test of 2016. Everyone argued the merits of various locally owned spots - Prince's, Hattie B's, Pepperfire, 400 Degrees, Bolton's - and the discussion grew more and more heated.

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  11. Three Somali brothers from Middle Tennessee have served between two...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    On Jan. 14, Mohamed Omar, a 31-year-old Nashville resident who buys and sells used cars for a living, was released after serving almost four years off and on in a federal detention center outside of Bowling Green, Ky. That in itself is not unusual: 11 million people cycle through American jails each year, according to recent reports filed by the Vera Institute of Justice and the Prison Policy Initiative.

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  12. Is lecherous newcomer Wheeler Walker Jr. the Tony Clifton of country? Does it matter?Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    Hold onto your belt buckles, Dave Cobb fans! The Midas-touch producer behind acclaimed LPs by Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell and Stapleton just finished buffing one of country music's most brazen, bawdy dustheaps to ever grace the iTunes soundscape. Wheeler Walker Jr.'s debut LP Redneck Shit drops Feb. 12, two days after the crass, mysterious alpha-country parody persona's first headlining show at Exit/In.

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  13. See the Debut Episode of Michael Carter and Elise Tyler's True Love SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    In just a little over a week we'll be celebrating Valentine's Day - or maybe grousing about it, as the holiday has become a bit controversial. While there are some legitimate questions to ask about the effect of commercialism on something as deeply personal as love, I'll absolutely buy the argument that expressions of genuine love matter, even if they coincide with a heavily promoted shopping event.

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  14. Deerhunter to Play Exit/In in AprilRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    Atlanta's Bradford Cox-led indie-rock outfit Deerhunter had one of the more interesting rock 'n' roll records of 2015 with Fading Frontier . Particularly interesting was lead single "Snakeskin," a weird and compelling song with a weird and compelling video to match .

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  15. Yarbro Slaps Senate Wingnuts for Opposing Soto ResolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    Sen. Jeff Yarbro dropped by the Legislative Plaza pressroom a few minutes ago and gave the mighty Senate Republican supermajority some serious grief for refusing to adopt the resolution honoring Nashville's beloved Renato Soto for her appointment as chair of the National Council of La Raza. Yarbro, who is the Senate sponsor, says GOP leaders told him before today's session that his resolution probably would fail-as crazy as that might sound-so that's why Yarbro agreed to delay it until Monday.

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  16. Legislature Honors Pastor Maury, Balks at Renata SotoRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    State senators are dragging their feet about a resolution congratulating Nashville's Renata Soto for her appointment to lead the National Council of La Raza. They delayed voting again today until Monday after refusing to adopt it unanimously along with a slate of other supposedly noncontroversial resolutions this week.

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  17. Local Restaurants Want to Cure Your VD IssuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    What, you don't refer to Valentine's Day that way? Whenever I retire from this gig or make the leap to working at home with Google and earning at least $6,474 per check, the first thing I'm gonna do is unsubscribe from a whole lot of email newsletters. But in order to keep up with the news for you, dear reader, my inbox stays pretty stuffed with restaurant news and special offers.

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  18. Black Abbey to Celebrate '8 More Beers of Winter'Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    Once again, Black Abbey Brewing Company is sharing their love of barrel-aged beers and showing off their talents at the practice by throwing their annual " 8 More Beers of Winter " event this Saturday, Feb. 6, noonto 8 p.m. For one day only, they will be replacing their usual complement of draft beers with kegs of their barrel-aged specialties that they have been squirreling away all year, just for this occasion. This obsession with melding oak and beer is no new development for the brewery, says brewery co-founder Carl Meier.

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  19. Nashville's Lost or Just Hidden StuffRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    Nina Cardona and Emily Siner had a cool article over at WPLN a while ago about William Edmondson 's sculpture selling for three-quarters of a million dollars. I've been thinking about it ever since because Edmondson made gravestones.

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  20. Cochon Butcher Is Throwing a 'Brewcherie'Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    One of the most famous episodes of Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations series was when he visited Cajun country and took part in a traditional boucherie. In this ritual, a hog is dispatched and divided among different groups of the community.

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