Mar 10

  • University School Of Nashville reviewed by a parent

    Cash is king at USN. There is an arrogance that they control college acceptance. The students come to believe they are nothing without USN. While they display visual diversity, hidden differences are not embraced. There is little to no economic diversity, nor acceptance or support of learning differences. Don't be fooled by the full-time HS Learning Specialist. She limits access to accommodations to those with physical differences, as opposed to assisting academically challenged students to realize their full potential. Beware, private schools are not bound by public school laws, so choose a school that has a history of integrity. If you are seeking a responsive administration with morals and values, USN is not a fit.

    University School Of Nashville (2000 Edgehill Avenue) Published on GreatSchools March 9, 2018 Comment

Feb 15

See below. These crimes all happened last ni...

See below. These crimes all happened last night (2/14) between 7 - 9 p.m., within a few miles of each other. Each involved multiple suspects, possibly traveling in stolen vehicles. Please exercise extreme caution if walking in the early evening hours, even in what might be considered “safe” areas. Call the police at 615-862-8600 if you see anything suspicious. _______________ Metro Police are investigating after a man was shot near the Green Hills Branch of the Nashville Public Library. Police responded to several calls just after 7 p.m. Wednesday saying a man had been shot. The victim was found with a life-threatening gunshot wound to his stomach. Witnesses told police they heard several gunshots and saw a maroon Jeep Cherokee with three male black suspects inside leave the parking lot at a high rate of speed. The victim told police that the suspects jumped out of the Jeep and a bullet struck him. It is unclear whether the man was inside the library at the time of the shooting. _______________ Wednesday February 14, 2018, at 8:18 PM, Metro Nashville Police and Vanderbilt University Police responded to a report of an aggravated robbery at 18th Avenue South and Horton Ave. The victim stated that the two males approached him displaying handguns and pushed him to the ground, demanding his wallet and valuables. The suspects were last reported fleeing south bound away from campus. Police have a limited description of the suspects – reported as two black males wearing dark hoodies. _______________ Metro Police confirm a Green Hills salon employee was assaulted and robbed on Wednesday night around 9 p.m. The woman was taking out the trash at Salon YaYa on Crestmoor Road when a male black suspect approached her and demanded that she gives him her purse. The victim refused, and the man struck her in the face with his handgun. The suspect was seen leaving the area in a newer model Gold Ford Taurus with at least one other occupant in the vehicle.

Feb 15

2 suspects wanted in armed robbery near Vanderbilt campus

The attack happened just before 8:20 p.m. Wednesday on 18th Avenue South at Horton Avenue.

    2 suspects wanted in armed robbery near Vanderbilt campus
    Police are investigating an assault and robbery that happened across the street from the Vanderbilt University campus. The attack happened just before 8:20 p.m. Wednesday on 18th Avenue South at Horton Avenue. The victim told police that the two suspects held him at gunpoint while they pushed him to the ground and forced him to turn over his wallet and other possessions.

Jan 28

Ms. Cheap: Black History Month events abound in Nashville of memory and consciousness." In his lecture at the First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt, 1207 18th Ave. S., Seck will present the history of the Whitney Plantation in the wider context of the...

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...research, with a discussion following. It takes place in the Library and Archives auditorium at 403 Seventh Ave. N., Free parking is available near the Library and Archives building. The workshop is free, but...

    Ms. Cheap: Black History Month events abound in Nashville
    CLOSE The February calendar is full of African-American history events, with puppet shows, colorful cultural programs, interesting lectures, rich storytelling, history and genealogy workshops, and lots and lots of music. Most of the events are free, or have a small cost or suggested donation.

Jan 26

Updates and Events/Meetings for Jan. 26-Feb. 3

...and Parking Commission will take up my appeal to place a 4-way stop at 15th Ave S and Horton on Monday, Feb. 12 at 3 p.m. at Sonny West Conference Center, 700 2nd...

All About Women will host a meet-and-greet from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the offices of Page | Duke Landscape Architects, 1206 17th Ave S. You can RSVP here.

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...and Horton on Monday, Feb. 12 at 3 p.m. at Sonny West Conference Center, 700 2nd Ave S. Your attendance makes a difference, and you will have an opportunity to testify to wrecks...

Envision Edgehill will host a community storytelling tour around Edgehill from 2 to 4 p.m. Vans will leave from Edgehill Library (1409 12th Ave S) every 15 minutes. Hot cocoa, tea and pastries will be provided.

Chestnut Hill neighbors interested in a neighborhood watch are meeting with Sgt. Rafael Fernandez of South Precinct at 5:30 p.m. at Safe Haven Family Center, 1234 3rd Ave S.

    Updates and Events/Meetings for Jan. 26-Feb. 3
    We had quite a week at Council, which you'll see below, but first things first: Our next District 17 meeting will be Saturday (tomorrow!), Jan. 27 at 8:30 a.m. at Midtown Hills Precinct. I'll be going over a lot of ongoing and anticipated proposals in District 17 for 2018.

Jan 24

Rough Trade Publishing Opens Nashville Office

The Nashville office is located at 1027 17th Ave. S., on Music Row.

    Rough Trade Publishing Opens Nashville Office
    Print This Post New York-based Rough Trade Publishing has announced the opening of their new Nashville offices, to be headed by Nashville publishing veteran Lynn Gann. Rough Trade Publishing began business in 2007 as House of Hassle Publishing, and was founded by partners Lyle Hysen, Gandhar Savur and Ken Weinstein.

Jan 19

102 free things to do in the Nashville area in 2018

The Upper Room Chapel and Museum, at 1908 Grand Ave., has special exhibits at Christmas and Easter, as well as a permanent collection of international...

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Vanderbilt's Dyer Observatory, 1000 Oman Drive, Brentwood, has "Open House Days" 9 a.m.-noon the first Tuesday of most months. Make a reservation and get a tour of the observatory and star chamber and look through the solar telescope. Details:

...on Wednesdays and 1 p.m.- sunset on Saturdays at Radnor Lake State Park at 1160 Otter Creek Road. You can also make a reservation to enjoy a sunrise or sunset canoe float at...

...and accompanying adults — Letterpress Art Workshop at the museum's Hatch Show Print facility at 224 Fifth Ave. S. at noon, 1 and 2 p.m. Attendees need a program pass to guarantee admission...

Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree tapes at 10 p.m. almost every Saturday, with free admission at the Texas Troubadour Theatre, 2416 Music Valley Drive. It airs at midnight on WSM 650-AM. Details: 615-255-7503 or

...can take a self-guided tour almost any time during daylight hours. The park, at 1100 Fort Negley Blvd., also has an outdoor hands-on fossil collection site where visitors are encouraged to dig...

Tennessee Agricultural Museum, 440 Hogan Road, has an extensive collection of home and farm artifacts from the 19th and 20th centuries...

The interactive all-age "sprayground" at Cumberland Park at 592 S. First St. is open May 26 - Sept. 3, with fountains that range from ones that spray tiny...

Bells Bend Park and Outdoor Center, at 4187 Old Hickory Blvd., has an array of fun programming too, including night hikes, scavenger hunts, archaeology programs, birding...

Nashville's 24th annual Movies in the Park will be in Elmington Park, 3531 West End Ave., on Thursdays in June. There is pre-movie fun, including games, giveaways, food trucks and other vendors, and the movies begin at dusk. Details: 615-862-8400.

The City of Franklin offers outdoor family movies at Pinkerton Park, at 405 Murfreesboro Road in Franklin. Details: 615-550-6947 or

The Franklin Farmers Market is open seasonally on Saturdays at the back of The Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Road, and in addition to the produce, features live music and family events, including a Tomato Festival in July and a watermelon festival in August. Details:

Hip Donelson Farmers Market is a music and market combo with produce and live music on Friday nights in the summer at 2730 Lebanon Road (the old Two Rivers Ford, now Ace Hardware parking lot). Details: visitors a good look at the lives of the early settlers. It is at 170 First Ave. N. Details: 615-862-8400...

...been an annual Fourth of July event since 2007. It takes place at East Park, 700 Woodland St. rain-or-shine, starting with a parade of fire trucks and free hot chicken samples...

    102 free things to do in the Nashville area in 2018
    When it comes to finding things to do in the Nashville area, my motto is always "if it's free, its for me." And here in Middle Tennessee in 2018, there is plenty for my list. This Nashville Symphony's outdoor concert series is a perennial summer favorite, with the full symphony playing outdoor concerts at various Middle Tennessee locations in June.


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