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  1. Funk Seoul Truck to Open Bricks-and-Mortar LocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | Nashville Scene

    Funk Seoul Brother , which is subtitled "Korean Street Food" and serves creative dishes inspired by Korean and Japanese fare, is one of our favorite food trucks in town. In fact, last year we crowned it Best New Food truck in the Best of Nashville writers' choice awards.

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  2. Brandon Hunt-Clark Returns to Nashville to Face Charges in Loniel Greene Jr. ShootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Nashville Scene

    Brandon Hunt-Clark has been returned to Nashville eight months after an incident that left a then-Metro Councilman in the hospital with gunshot wounds and the then-19-year-old on the run. The story is a bizarre one with holes in the narrative still left to be filled.

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  3. Music City Food + Wine Festival Announces Schedule for Panel Discussions and Tasting SessionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | Nashville Scene

    As the third weekend in September nears, details for this year's Music City Food + Wine Festival are being firmed up and released to help festival-goers make their plans. Though we don't yet have details on which restaurants will be participating each day at the Grand Taste, organizers have released the schedule for the panel discussions and the tasting sessions featuring spirits, cocktails and craft beer.

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  4. WillCo Democrats Bring in the CashRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Nashville Scene

    Candidates for state and local offices were supposed to turn in their campaign finance disclosures by the end of the day Monday and we'll be flipping through them this week. One of the first things to jump out at us? Two Democratic challengers in one of the richest, reddest counties in the country made a pretty good showing.

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  5. Guns N' Roses and Chris Stapleton Bring Paradise To Music CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Nashville Scene

    It isn't often that Nashvillians get to see moments of victory at Nissan Stadium . Guns N' Roses and Chris Stapleton made up for that many times over on Saturday night.

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  6. Green Hills Grille Partners With Nonprofit Cul2vate for Fresh ProduceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Nashville Scene

    Last week, Chris Chamberlain wrote about some of the partnerships Nashville restaurants are forming with CSAs in the area . Local restaurants are a key part of the effort to support Middle Tennessee's agriculture.

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  7. Photo Series: Black Lives Matter Vigil At City HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Nashville Scene

    At least a thousand protestors took the streets in Nashville Friday in response to police killing two black men, Philando Castile and Alton Sterling, in separate instances this past week. Before shutting down traffic on Lower Broadway, Black Lives Matter Nashville hosted a vigil at City Hall.

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  8. Davidson County Sheriff's Office Unveils Plan to Cut Phone RatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Nashville Scene

    Phone rates for inmates in Nashville will be the lowest in the state under a new plan from the Davidson County Sheriff's Office that will bring rates from 13 cents per minute down to 5 cents per minute. "Inmate families have enough to deal with when a loved one is in jail and I felt strongly we should do what we can to relieve some of their burden," Sheriff Daron Hall said in a release from DCSO.

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  9. Music City Word Beat: Highest Circulating and Bestselling Books in Nashville, June 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Nashville Scene

    Each month, we check in with the Nashville Public Library and Parnassus Books to find out which books are the most popular with their patrons. It's an interesting window into reading, literature and literacy in Nashville, and we call it Music City Word Beat.

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  10. This Might Be the Most Amazing Political Mail Piece We've Ever SeenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Nashville Scene

    Pith has seen some interesting mail pieces over the years, but the one that started landing in state Senate District 20 mailboxes over the weekend might top them all. It includes an ISIS "Welcome" mat.

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  11. Brandon Hunt-Clark Returns to Nashville to Face Charges in Loniel Greene Jr. ShootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Nashville Scene

    Brandon Hunt-Clark has been returned to Nashville eight months after an incident that left a then-Metro Councilman in the hospital with gunshot wounds and the then-19-year-old on the run. The story is a bizarre one with holes in the narrative still left to be filled.

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  12. Editorial (Circa 1913): On 'Substituting the Electric Chair for the Hangman's Noose'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | Nashville Scene

    On Sept. 27, 1913, the 58th General Assembly of Tennessee approved Senate Bill 125, making the electric chair the state's official method of execution.

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  13. Mayor, Police Chief Issue Statements on Police Shootings; Metro...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | Nashville Scene

    Hours after officials issued statements seeking to disassociate Nashville and its police force from this week's shootings of black men by cops in Louisiana and Minnesota, a Metro officer was decommissioned Thursday night after a comment he made on Facebook about one of the shootings. Alton Sterling was shot dead earlier this week by Baton Rouge, LA police officers who had him pinned down on the ground.

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  14. So, FLAG got Hardcore AF at Exit/In the Other NightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Nashville Scene

    With our ears still ringing from the echo of firecrackers and our livers still bruised from a long weekend of patriotic debauchery, the promise of punk rock in one of its oldest and purest forms was the only thing that could had drag The Spin out of its hovel for one more night of beer-soaked cacophony on July 5. Even though we showed up to Exit/In for Tuesday night's FLAG show before the sun went down, we still missed Ontario punk trio The Dirty Nil . Looking around the still sparsely populated room, we were reasonably impressed by the spread in age demographics.

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  15. Remembering Paul Booker, Guns N' Roses Reunited, Barbershop...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Nashville Scene

    Remembering Paul Booker : One-of-a-kind guitarist was a mainstay of the Nashville underground since the '80s Use Your Illusion III : Will Axl Rose find redemption as rock's most anticipated reunion tour comes to Nashville? Endless Summer, Endless Bummer : Weezer fishes for white whale on new album 'Shopping Spree : International Convention brings barbershop harmonies, Dapper Dans, to Music City In The Spin: Chain and the Gang Brings Freedom-Hater Anthems to Third Man Plus Critic's Picks on Laura Leigh Jones, Billy Joe Shaver, Drivin N Cryin, Uncle Dave Macon Days, The Hotelier, CCR Headcleaner, Fascination Street, Leon Russell, Dylijens, Janey Street, Blues for Trish Lenk, Los Pericos and more

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  16. 100 years after its first use, Tennessee's electric chair remains ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Nashville Scene

    The ghosts of Tennessee's electric chair far outnumber the 126 men who have died while sitting in it. At least that's how the story goes.

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  17. KB Productions' take on David Mamet's November doesn't get our voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Nashville Scene

    Given the strident tenor of our current presidential race, what could intrigue Nashville theatergoers more than the prospect of a scathing political satire from the pen of David Mamet? Modern stage classics , acclaimed screenplays , a popular TV show and a worthy body of published books - Mamet has been a major contributor to serious American culture for decades. As a craftsman, Mamet has innovated, but he has also gained equal attention with his gifts as provocateur.

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  18. La Michoacana Premium has a dizzying array of paletas and ice cream, if you can find itRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Nashville Scene

    If you're looking to fight the season's oppressive heat with something freezing cold and sweet, your savior is waiting for you on Nolensville Road. Tucked away in an unassuming strip mall that's hidden behind a gas station just north of the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, La Michoacana Premium is easy to miss - especially with the shop's driveway obscured behind an overgrown tree that blocks a giant vertical sign promising "ICE CREAM."

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  19. One-of-a-kind guitarist was a mainstay of the Nashville underground since the '80sRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Nashville Scene

    In a city overflowing with musicians, Paul Booker was one of Nashville's most distinctive. A constant presence in the local music scene for more than three decades, he led or played in a succession of bands that all bore his uniquely languorous style: Medicinal Porpoises, CYOD, Dave Cloud's Gospel of Power and, most recently, Paul Booker and the Dynamite Operators.

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  20. International Convention brings barbershop harmonies, Dapper Dans, to Music CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Nashville Scene

    Sheriff Andy Taylor sang in one. Lucy and Ricky Ricardo did too. Homer Simpson joined Apu and company for a round of harmonizing, and Peter Griffin donned a skimmer hat and red vest to deliver a bleak medical diagnosis to a gravely ill patient.

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