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  1. More Special Dinners Planned for Green Door Gourmet, POP Nashville and Lockeland TableRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Nashville Scene

    While it may seem like there's a seemingly endless stream of special dinners and guest chefs coming to town lately, it's just a sign of how vibrant the culinary community is here in Nashville. Unless you spend hours scanning Twitter and Facebook or subscribe to multiple restaurant email newsletters, it's almost impossible to keep up with the sheer volume of dining events available to lucky Nashvillians.

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  2. Anthony Bourdain Talks about Upcoming 'Close to the Bone' Show at TPAC and Visiting NashvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Nashville Scene

    As Dana told you a few months back , Anthony Bourdain is bringing his new "Close to the Bone" stage show to TPAC's Jackson Hall on July 7 at 7:30 pm. In fact, Nashville is the first stop on his 10-city tour.

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  3. Open Forum Discussion About Sheila B. Artwork Scheduled for Friday, July 10, at Julia Martin GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    On Friday, July 10, Julia Martin Gallery will host an open forum to discuss the recent controversy over "Southern Motel," the artwork by Sheila B. that was removed from Acme Feed & Seed after anonymous Facebook group Boycott Acme was formed. Nashville-based poet Tanya Jarrett, artist Dane Carder and musician Jason White will participate, as well as the burlesque dancer Lux-O-Matic, who is the woman portrayed in "Southern Motel."

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  4. Get Killed Along With Captain Alex Tonight at Third ManRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    In case you were on the fence about attending tonight's local premiere at Third Man Records of Who Killed Captain Alex? - the $200 "Uganda's first action movie" that's been passed all over the world online, and the subject of this week's Scene film story - let us help convince you why there is nowhere else you should be at 8 p.m.: a James Cathcart, who programs Third Man's monthly Light and Sound Machine series co-sponsored by The Belcourt, says the filmmakers have taped a special intro for their Nashville screening and "it's a film unto itself!" a Those who show up tonight will be filmed for onscreen slaughter in an upcoming Wakaliwood joint.

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  5. Spring 2015's Five Best Art ShowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    It's press day at Scene headquarters, which means time is limited. That makes it as good a time as any to look back on some of our favorite art exhibits of the spring season.

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  6. Pioneering Restaurant Bound'ry ClosesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Bound'ry, a 20-year-old mainstay in Nashville's dining scene, is closed. Employees were reportedly told Monday that the restaurant, currently closed this week in what was described as renovation, would actually shutter for good.

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  7. Caption Contest: Morrissey Ticket GiveawayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Erudite, opinionated and full of himself to the brink of psychosis - Morrissey fans wouldn't have it any other way, and despite some serious health concerns , the former Smith is touring the U.S. this summer, including a stop in Music City this week. Of course, it wouldn't be a Morrissey show in Nashville if it hadn't been rescheduled and/or moved: In case you missed it, the Pope of Mope's return was shifted from the Grand Ole Opry House on Thursday, July 2 to the Ryman Auditorium on Friday, July 3. How would you like to go - for free? Just come up with the most chuckle-worthy, guffaw-inducing caption for the above photo and enter it into the comments below.

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  8. When Is a Weed Actually Good Food? Wild Edibles Discussed at 'A Place at the Table' EventRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Last week, I had the pleasure of attending A Place at the Table , the weekly series hosted by chef Martha Stamps at West End United Methodist Church. The event usually involves dinner and a film , but frequently features a speaker, and last week, local food advocate Alan Powell was on hand to talk about the area's edible plants growing wild all around us.

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  9. #MayoralChatter Roundup (Continued): Rebrovick's Ad and Kane's Call for DebateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Yesterday we rounded up some bits of mayoral campaign news , in this case new television ads from Bill Freeman, David Fox, and Charles Robert Bone. We continue rounding up here, to add in a few items.

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  10. CigArt, Drinks and Barbecue Coming to OZRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    Did you know that knowledge of cigars and cigar service have long been a part of the exam for entrance into the Court of Master Sommeliers ? Despite the fact that you can't actually smoke a stogie in the vast majority of restaurants anymore, cigars, food and drink have been linked for years. So it actually makes sense that the folks at OZ Arts Nashville , the West Nashville Arts and Events center started by the Ozgener family who formerly owned CAO cigars, would organize a fundraising event that brings together all three.

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  11. Lifted Up Out of Poverty, but Not that Far UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Nashville Scene

    I was glad to see mayoral candidate, Bill Freeman, is calling for a city-wide minimum wage of $12 an hour, which will, according to his new commercial , "lift tens of thousands of families out of poverty" as it is gradually implemented over the next three years. Twelve dollars an hour is, if you have a full-time job, $24,960 a year.

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  12. PR Executive Mike Pigott DiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Nashville Scene

    Mike Pigott, a founder of the powerful Nashville public relations firm McNeely Pigott & Fox, has died of an apparent heart attack. From the Nashville Post The firm confirmed Pigott's passing in a brief statement.

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  13. #MayoralChatter Roundup: New Ads from Freeman, Fox and BoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Nashville Scene

    Three mayoral candidates are out with new ads, and a couple of them even contain some news. First up, here's the new spot from Bill Freeman , in which he announces that he'll support gradually raising the minimum wage from $7.25 to $12 by 2018 - a reversal of the position he held on the issue when he first got into the race.

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  14. Mike Floss Flows for Equality at Third Man RecordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Nashville Scene

    After Friday's landmark Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality, a triumphant spirit pervaded local music and culture mecca Third Man Records , where fans of rising Nashville MC Mike Floss celebrated local hip-hop and equal rights in one fell, spirited swoop. The vibe was indeed unlike any other night we've spent in the Blue Room.

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  15. Buddy Guy Tonight at the SchermerhornRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Nashville Scene

    Nearly two weeks later and Nashville is still high on The Rolling Stones, who turned in a balls-out rock show at LP Field June 17 and shut down naysayers who doubted the band of 60- and 70-somethings still had it in them. Now, if you think that's impressive , you really owe it to yourself to catch Chi-Town blues legend, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Kennedy Center honoree and Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton influencer Buddy Guy at the Schermerhorn tonight.

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  16. Help Yourself to Free Moose Tracks Ice Cream and Help House VeteransRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Nashville Scene

    We at Bites are also on the lookout for free ice cream, and we've learned that tomorrow from 11 a.m. 3 p.m. at Walk of Fame Park you can get free scoops while simultaneously assisting Operation Finally Home of Nashville, an organization that helps house wounded or disabled veterans and their families. The event is sponsored by Denali Flavors - developers of the Moose Tracks ice cream - and local Moose Tracks purveyor Purity Dairy.

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  17. Anthony Bourdain Talks about Upcoming 'Close to the Bone' Show at TPAC and Visiting NashvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Nashville Scene

    As Dana told you a few months back , Anthony Bourdain is bringing his new "Close to the Bone" stage show to TPAC's Jackson Hall on July 7 at 7:30 pm. In fact, Nashville is the first stop on his 10-city tour.

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  18. Pinkston to School Board Chair: 'You Must Be Kidding Us'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Nashville Scene

    Following Tuesday's unusual school board meeting , Pith reported Friday morning that Metro school board chair Sharon Gentry was calling an emergency meeting to address a complaint alleging that the board violated the Open Meetings law.

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  19. Local Musicians React to SCOTUS Same-Sex Marriage Ruling on TwitterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Nashville Scene

    From country singers like Chely Wright and Kacey Musgraves, to indie punks like PUJOL and Jawws, pop stars like Kelly Clarkson and Taylor Swift and rock stars like Kings of Leon's Nathan Followill, Nashville-residing or -associated musicians of all stripes are reacting to today's historic supreme court ruling federally legalizing same-sex marriage and rolling back bans on same-sex marriage in 14 states, including Tennessee. As you'd maybe guess , most Nashville musicians are ecstatic over the ruling, while a handful of conservative country singers aren't as thrilled.

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  20. Spread a Little Love: Three Nashville Rock Fixtures Need Your HelpRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Nashville Scene

    It's been a damn good week, what with two landmark SCOTUS decisions that make it feel like we're living in the future - or at least a little closer. Times aren't quite as rosy for three familiar faces from the local rock scene: Beloved players Allen Thompson and Tommy Womack and longtime Exit/In doorman Kenny Highers are all facing tough situations.

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