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  1. Weekend Round-up: Lady Liberty StyleRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    Happy Friday to you, Creamsters. In observance of life, liberty and the pursuit of grilled food and chilled libations, our office is closed today, so let us also wish you a happy Fourth of July in advance.

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  2. Inside the Judges' Room of the Scene's Photography ContestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    Chairs were tossed, shade was thrown, chads were hung - but the winners of the 2015 Nashville Scene photography contest emerged victorious. Honestly, there was very little squabbling among the judges, partly due to the strength we all saw in this year's submissions.

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  3. 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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  4. Nourish Dinner Recap - A Great Meal for a Great Cause With Spectacular ResultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    When I told y'all back in April about the lineup for the annual Nourish Dinner to benefit the Nashville Food Project , I promised it would be a really special event. What I didn't realize that even I was underestimating the impact of the event, the dedication of the chefs involved and the financial windfall that the dinner would bring to The Nashville Food Project.

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  5. Nashville: The Home for Wayward ArchitectureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    Over at the Nashville Post , William Williams has a story about a new apartment complex going in on 31st. Somehow, he managed to get through the whole story without typing in 30-point letters, "Why, God, Why?!" These things are butt ugly.

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  6. Ten ways Jesse Register affected Metro public schools, for good or illRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    By the time anyone reads this, Jesse Register will just be Jesse Register. He won't be the director of Metro Nashville Public Schools.

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  7. Can a tiny portable home fight homelessness and the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    When The Rev. jeff obafemi carr sets out to afflict the comfortable, he often begins with himself.

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  8. Cagle's ViewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    Nationally syndicated cartoonist Daryl Cagle recently moved to Nashville and has a unique view on the pace of the city's growth and how planned it may be.

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  9. 2015 Photography IssueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    Gregory O'Loughlin says he doesn't consider photography a personal passion - he wouldn't even necessarily identify as a photographer. The sixth-grade English teacher at University School of Nashville isn't particularly interested in the technical aspects of taking pictures.

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  10. An abbreviated First Saturday lights the fuse on Nashville's summer art season ... on FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    Blame it on the Fourth of July. Nashville's Independence Day fireworks celebration will be the biggest display in the country this Saturday night, and the throng that's expected to flock to the river has split the Art Crawl right down the middle: The Arts & Music at Wedgewood-Houston events have completely abandoned the Fourth in favor of holding their openings alongside the Second Saturday East Side Art Stumble next week on July 11. In the meantime, the downtown galleries have bumped their calendars up just one day to July 3, so get ready to crawl early on Friday.

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  11. Inspired in part by the movie by Diner, Fenwick's 300 brings a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    Unless you just emerged from a decade in cryonic suspension, you've likely noticed there's a bit of restaurant boom in Nashville these days. Rolf and Daughters has brought world-class pasta dishes.

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  12. We don't ask you for much - so please don't let the wildly entertaining Dope disappearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    There's a great movie that's out now, an award winner at this year's Sundance Film Festival. It's about a male teen who goes on one eventful, drug-addled, damn-near-screwball adventure, all while struggling to come up with the right words needed to get accepted into a major college.

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  13. Obama Visit Gets Thumbs-Up From Those Most Affected by ACARead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    On Wednesday afternoon, President Barack Obama addressed the challenges in health care facing the nation, both at the federal and state level, as he spoke to an audience of 150 about the Affordable Care Act in the cafeteria of Madison's Taylor Stratton Middle School. Flanked by a hand-painted "Welcome to Nashville President Obama" in one corner of the room, and the U.S. and Tennessee flags behind him, President Obama briefly talked to and took questions from elected officials, staffers, health care executives, and community members affected by the Affordable Care Act, all seated in cafeteria seats.

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  14. Dan Auerbach's The Arcs Debut 'Out of My Mind,' Album Details [Fresh Track]Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Nashville Scene

    Remember back in April when Black Keys frontman and Nashville resident Dan Auerbach promised to get "extra weird" with a new boxing-centric side project by the name of The Arcs? Well, now's the time to see just how weird this shit is. Earlier this week, Rolling Stone debuted The Arcs' "Outta My Mind," a groovy little three-and-a-half-minute psych-pop number that you can year via the YouTube embed above.

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  15. 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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  16. 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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  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. 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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