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  1. Will Axl Rose find redemption as rock's most anticipated reunion tour comes to Nashville?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Nashville Scene

    A band called Guns N' Roses has come to Nashville twice in the past 28 years. The first time was on Sept.

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  2. Better Know a Chef: Steven Robilio of AmerigoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Nashville Scene

    When I first moved to Nashville, my first lunch out was at Amerigo . It was one of my favorite restaurants in Memphis, and I was happy to see one here, though I remember being surprised that it was a chain .

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  3. Burger Week Is Coming! Enjoy a Bun Full of Burger NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Nashville Scene

    We're a bit patty crazy here at the Scene lately as our annual Burger Week rolls around July 17-24. If you haven't taken advantage of this period of beefy excess in the past, here's how it works.

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  4. Our Blog, Our Club: FinalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Nashville Scene

    Well, that's that. On Saturday, Nashville FC dropped its final game of the year officially ending their 2016 season.

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  5. Today Is the Last Day to Enter Our Annual YASNI ContestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Whether you've lived in Nashville for six months or 60 years, chances are you've noticed some of the quirks that come with life in Nashville. Like the bad driving, the hot chicken and the obsession with putting live music in every room and on every corner.

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  6. The BE Hive Vegan Buffet Is Back in a New LocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    A couple of years ago, you could regularly find the folks from The BE Hive hosting vegan buffet/benefit nights at The Wild Cow. The concept behind the meal was to advocate for "healthy lifestyle choices, community involvement and sustainable environmental practices" through vegan foods, with a portion of buffet proceeds benefiting a nonprofit organization with similar values.

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  7. Vive la France: Celebrate Bastille Day With Table 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    While everyone else is thinking about Independence Day, Table 3 is making big plans for their fifth annual Bastille Day celebration on July 14. Commemorating the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789, the Green Hills favorite is planning a special prix-fixe tasting menu with optional wine pairings, available for the entire week July 11-17. The Bastille Celebration menus will be available for $25 for lunch and $35 for dinner, and co-owner and sommelier Elise Loehr has put together a fantastic set of wines to accompany the dishes.

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  8. Heavy Metal Emojis, FLAG, Duran Duran, Nile Rodgers, OMD, Ralph...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Metal up Your App! : Local promoter Mark Mosley develops the first heavy metal emoji keyboard and opens a digital Pandora's box Undamaged : The infinitely better of the two Black Flag reunion bands hits the Rock Block Good Times Guaranteed : Duran Duran and Nile Rodgers bring long-term bromance, plus hits, to Nashville OMD Forever : Opening for Barenaked Ladies, OMD returns to Nashville with 35-plus-year-spanning catalog that still shines Remembering Ralph Stanley, an Underdog Who Made the World Safe for Bluegrass In The Spin: The Wild Feathers Raise the Ceiling at Sold-Out Ryman Debut Plus Critic's Picks on Ani DiFranco, Colfax Speed Queen, Faux Ferocious, Pulse: A Benefit Show, Classic Williams, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Thirth of July Block Party, Joe Walsh, Richard Buckner, Robert Ellis, Shooter Jennings, a WXNA Benefit and more

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  9. Butch Spyridon: A Man Without a PastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    I remember Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp CEO Butch Spyridon living in Nashville and even working as the head of the Convention and Visitors Corp before today. I didn't read anything in the paper this morning that said, "Grown man born yesterday, ascends to one of Nashville's highest positions today."

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  10. July's First Saturday brings the cool to the first summer crawlRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Art spaces can usually be counted on to program safe and broad exhibits in the summer as an attempt to coax visitors away from ball games, barbecues and all that fun in the sun. That said, the July crawl is packing enough fireworks to light the fuse on your Fourth of July weekend.

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  11. Efforts to reduce domestic violence are a good thing, but does an...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Before they can call one of the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency's more than 5,500 units home, prospective tenants must satisfy some of the same obligations as any other would-be homebuyer or renter. If they're able to reach the top of a waiting list, they must complete an application and provide birth certificates and Social Security cards for all household members, plus proof of income for all 18 and older.

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  12. As the Music City Hot Chicken Festival celebrates its 10th year, our...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Acts lays a detailed map for the growth of Christianity, from a small Jewish cult of a dozen followers that spread first through Israel, and then east into Greece, and then throughout the Roman Empire. By the end of the fifth book of the New Testament, just as St. Paul starts his prolific epistolary career, it is clear that this philosophy that began with the son of a carpenter in a backwater is going to become the most powerful cultural force in the West.

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  13. Local promoter Mark Mosley develops the first heavy metal emoji...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Local promoter/metalhead Mark Mosley - whose company, Music City Booking, has over the years put on metal, punk and post-hardcore shows at venues ranging from The End to Bridgestone Arena - made that realization about six months ago. He was lying in bed killing time on his phone.

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  14. Duran Duran and Nile Rodgers bring long-term bromance, plus hits, to NashvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Writing about Duran Duran for an audience of people who read the music section of a free alt-weekly paper is what's known, in official journalism parlance, as "preaching to the choir." You are, I'm sure, already familiar with Duran Duran.

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  15. Opening for Barenaked Ladies, OMD returns to Nashville with...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark. With smooth European elegance, that name promised a musical and visual ethos that remained constant during times of fragmentation, triumph and tragedy.

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  16. I Hate Music: The Month in Weird Nashville SoundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    If you didn't get the memo last month , I HATE MUSIC is a new column that scours Nashville's sonic outer reaches to bring you the best sounds from Music City's lesser known fringes. This month, that involved listening to a whole helluva lot of terrible Bandcamp releases.

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  17. Salt & Vine Slated to Open This Week in Sylvan HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    After months of anticipation, Salt & Vine is finally ready to launch this Friday, July 1, in the new Hill Center Sylvan Heights development at 4001 Charlotte Ave. The stylish wine bar, restaurant and specialty market should make an immediate impact to the good on the livability of the burgeoning West Nashville neighborhood that is flying up around it and should be quite a welcome amenity to residents of the new housing that is being built as part of the Sylvan Heights center. Conceived and executed by a talented trio of young women, Salt & Vine aims to be a shopping and dining destination for the neighborhood at just about any time of the day.

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  18. Proposed Law Enforcement Glock Giveaway CancelledRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    Another morning, another gun giveaway. That's what Pith's inbox has been like lately.

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  19. Photo of the Week: Justin Bieber Hangs out at Dino'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    So, it appears Justin Bieber wasn't too tuckered out from his performance at Bridgestone Arena last night to do a little post-show bar-hopping. The photo above comes courtesy of Ranch Ghost drummer Tanner Lunn's Instagram .

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  20. Pilgrimage Fest Day-By-Day Breakdown Offers a Choice: Touring Acts Or Top Locals?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2016 | Nashville Scene

    A couple weeks back, Franklin's Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival announced some additions to the lineup for its second run at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm, sweetening the deal a bit for those still on the fence about whether to snag a pass in light of the show coinciding with this year's AmericanaFest . Now, Pilgrimage has dropped some deets that will be especially useful if you're hoping to catch some of each fest: a by-day listing of the lineup.

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