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  1. First Bite: Richard Blais' Flip BurgerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    I'm guessing chef Richard Blais didn't know what he was getting into when he scheduled Jan. 21 as the official opening date for the sixth outpost of his Flip Burger chain of upscale burger restaurants. It's not that the former Top Chef All-Stars champion hasn't created a fine example of an upscale burger joint; the timing was only unfortunate that it came so soon after Tennessean food columnist Jim Myers published his cautionary piece about the wave of celebrity chefs invading Nashville .

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  2. Juror: Video evidence 'damning' in rape caseRead the original story

    Thursday | WBIR-TV Knoxville

    Twelve strangers, jurors in the Vanderbilt rape trial, got their first chance to discuss the case on Tuesday when they were dismissed to deliberate. Juror: Video evidence 'damning' in rape case Twelve strangers, jurors in the Vanderbilt rape trial, got their first chance to discuss the case on Tuesday when they were dismissed to deliberate.

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  3. Hot Rod Roundup - 32 and CountingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Hot Rod Magazine

    ... Association's Hot Rod Roundup is high on many a rodder's list. Located in the scenic community of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, the event itself is housed on the grounds of Dollywood's Splash Country. Held the Friday and Saturday (yes a two-day event) ...

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  4. Tennessee Linebacker Target Quart'e Sapp To Announce FridayRead the original story

    Thursday | Rocky Top Talk

    Four-star rated linebacker and Milton, Georgia product Quart'e Sapp is planning to announce his college decision Thursday at a ceremony at his school set to begin at 12:30 ET. Sapp has long been a Tennessee target with most assuming the Vols are the team to beat for his services.

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  5. Thursday Morning BrewsRead the original story

    Thursday | Maize N Brew

    ... depth becomes an interesting issue for a conference still lauded as the nation's best. There is talent, though. Tennessee coaches are confident in Joshua Dobbs, who burned his redshirt when Justin Worley went down with a shoulder injury against Ole ...

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  6. Group To Examine Tennessee Sentencing Laws, RecidivismRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WTVF Nashville

    A task force formed by Governor Bill Haslam meets Thursday in Nashville to examine Tennessee's sentencing structure and examine ways to reduce the state's high recidivism rate. It's the group's third meeting since being formed by Haslam last year in an overall effort to reduce crime and improve public safety.

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  7. Haslam Wrapping Up Statewide Insure Tennessee Tour ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WTVF Nashville

    In this Dec. 2, 2014 file photo Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam speaks at the state Capitol in Nashville, Tenn. NASHVILLE, Tenn.

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  8. Another bill targets Nashville's payday lendersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Business Journal

    The latest would keep them from operating around the clock, specifically prohibiting them from operating between midnight and 6 a.m. According to The Tennessean , the bill is sponsored by Metro Councilman Jason Holleman , who called payday lenders "particularly dangerous and detrimental to the community" when they operate overnight. Franklin-based Advance Financial, which has 16 locations in Nashville, told The Tennessean it would have to layoff about 300 employees if the measure passes.

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  9. What you need to know ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WBIR-TV Knoxville

    ... foot facility at its existing location and create 400 new jobs. One Knoxville school counselor will represent Tennessee Friday at the White House, as part of an event recognizing the nation's top counselors. Beverly Anderson has been a guidance ...

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  10. Haslem's Insure Tennessee Proposal Debuts to Mixed ReceptionRead the original story

    Thursday | The Heartland Institute

    ... to the often unpopular Affordable Care Act. The most recent governor to propose a Medicaid expansion plan is Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslem. Haslem's proposed program, called Insure Tennessee, would expand Medicaid to all those with incomes below 138 ...

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  11. Apartments planned in MetroCenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Business Journal

    An Augusta, Ga.-based developer has a contract to buy several acres in MetroCenter for an apartment project.

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  12. Former West Tennessee pastor found guilty of rapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WATE-TV Knoxville

    A Philadelphia-area couple whose pet ferrets attacked their newborn daughter and chewed off parts of her face have been charged with child e

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  13. Natalie Prass' debut LP gracefully stares down our most intense emotionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    ... finished two more albums. Perhaps the most bittersweet note: After nine years of honing her craft in Middle Tennessee, Prass relocated to Richmond, Va., this winter to be closer to Spacebomb, the collective of musicians that plays on the album and ...

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  14. High School Drama: Hume Fogg's Ray GleavesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... scores of talented individuals who make a night in the theater both compelling and challenging. Throughout Middle Tennessee, high school theater is growing by leaps and bounds, challenging all manner or preconceived notions. Led by outstanding ...

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  15. Red Grooms pushes commemorative art to its limits with a new exhibit of Civil War paintingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nashville Scene

    ... sometimes context can overshadow the work. The exhibit of Civil War art by Red Grooms, on view through June 7 at Tennessee State Museum, is an example of the benefits and consequences of grounding an art exhibit in a historical framework. At best, ...

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  16. Denso to expand in TennesseeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Crain's Detroit Business

    DENSO Corp. , a leading global automotive supplier whose North American operations are based in Southfield, plans to build a new facility in Tennessee that's expected to create as many as 400 new jobs. Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd announced this week that DENSO Manufacturing Athens Tennessee will build the new 224,000-square-foot facility at its existing location in Athens, Tenn.

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  17. New Plan Sets Eyes on Old Forest in Overton ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Memphis Flyer

    ... the park, including management goals and dealing with natural threats to the forest. The plan was prepared by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, but the Overton Park Conservancy is spearheading the plan's management. A yearly ...

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  18. For UConn's Stokes, a triple playRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Day

    ... for fifth place all time. It took her 38 years to reach the mark. Auriemma still needs 200 wins to catch former Tennessee coach Pat Summitt. The Huskies have won 18 straight since losing at Stanford in November, and have now won 66 of their last 67 ...

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  19. 'Drunk' excuse falls flat in Vandy rape trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Republic

    ... to decades behind bars. Even as first-time offenders, they could spend the prime of their athletic lives in a Tennessee prison. The two remaining defendants alleged to have joined Batey and Vandenburg in the dorm room attack, former players Jaborian ...

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  20. Eyeing help for the visually-impairedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    ... who wanted to learn more. One specific letter, written by Morris Frank, a young man who lived in Nashville, Tennessee, stood out from the rest. In it he said: "Is what you say really true? If so, I want one of those dogs! And I am not alone. ...

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