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Aid in Recovery, a full service drug and alcohol treatment center servicing south Florida, released a statement today commenting on a recent op-ed in The Tennessean dealing with the Safe Harbor
Sharyn Bovat the relocation consultant to Nissan board member and Renault COO Carlos Tavares has spent 17+ months fighting a 1st time misdemeanor charge in Tennessee (case # gsc -3714) sheâ€™s
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Universal Music Group Nashville, a division of Universal Music Group, the world's leading music company, has appointed Beverly Keel to Senior Vice President of Media & Artist Relations.
Musicians and sociologists alike say Nashville's music scene does not venture far from its traditional country and Christian music roots. Sociologist Daniel Silver of the University of Toronto says when compared with the music scenes of Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York and Portland, Ore., Nashville's music scene offers a far less diverse scope of offerings, The (Nashville) Tennessean reported Sunday. R&B songwriter Shannon Sander said country music in particular remains a dominant force in...
The shooting death of former NFL quarterback Steve McNair has been ruled a homicide, authorities in Nashville said after an autopsy Sunday.
US librarians are facing a growing number of complaints about the books on their shelves these days, records indicate.
Filmmaker David Di Sabatino says he canceled a Nashville screening of his movie about the late Christian rock star Lanny Norman amid complaints. The (Nashville) Tennessean reported Sunday that Di Sabatino reacted to legal opposition from Norman's surviving family members by canceling the screening of his documentary Fallen Angel: The Outlaw Larry Norman scheduled for this week. Specific details regarding the family's legal challenge to the movie were not reported, but Di Sabatino is...
A total of 258 movies from 48 countries will be shown at the Nashville Film Festival to broaden attendees' horizons, a festival official says. Festival Director Sallie Mayne said the 40th annual festival was created with the intent to both educate and entertain guests while also creating partnerships
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