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TnOlyShooter posted 1 photo to Flickr:

Jun 10

stephenyeargin posted 6 photos to Flickr:

Jun 07

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Jun 01

School is out and we have all the summertime fun!

...by contacting Metro Action (metro.action@nashville.gov), 615-862-8860, Ext. 70111, 70129 or 800 2nd Avenue North...

    School is out and we have all the summertime fun!
    The Metropolitan Action Commission is ready to launch our summer food service program! This program has been in our community for over 20 years and insures that while school is out, children who rely on regular meals are still receiving nutritious meals during the summer.
    http://www.nashville.gov

Jun 01

TnOlyShooter posted 1 photo to Flickr:

May 31

TnOlyShooter posted 1 photo to Flickr:

May 21

Police arrest Poor People's Campaign protesters who tried to block downtown intersection

Metro Nashville police arrested about 20 protesters at the intersection of Fifth and Gay streets in downtown Nashville on Monday afternoon.

    Police arrest Poor People's Campaign protesters who tried to block downtown intersection
    CLOSE Metro Nashville police arrested about 20 protesters at the intersection of Fifth and Gay streets in downtown Nashville on Monday afternoon. The protesters were participating in the second week of the Poor People's Campaign, a national call for moral revival that builds on the work of the civil rights-era initiative with the same name.
    https://www.tennessean.com

May 15

Dabble Studio to host painting class fundraiser for NAMI Davidson County

Dabble Studio is at 330 Harrison St.

    Dabble Studio to host painting class fundraiser for NAMI Davidson County
    Dabble Studio, a Germantown neighborhood outfit that combines food with art, is hosting a self-styled "FUNdraiser" to benefit the National Alliance on Mental Illness Davidson County. All proceeds from the painting class, titled "Put Your HeART Into It," will benefit NAMI Davidson County in recognition of May as Mental Health Awareness Month.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Apr 30

Critics decry cost, process in $25M plan to house homeless in downtown Nashville

...center" and permanent transitional-housing facility near Public Square Park, on his parking lot at 301 James Robertson Boulevard. It would be financed with general-obligation bonds allocated for affordable-housing development last year...

    Critics decry cost, process in $25M plan to house homeless in downtown Nashville
    Low-income housing developers and advocates blasted a new plan from Mayor David Briley's administration to pay a private developer $25 million to build a 100-unit apartment complex for people living on the streets. The deal would allow Tony Giarratana, developer of the 505, Cumberland on Church and other residential towers, to build a commercial steel-and-glass high-rise on Church Street Park, a longtime refuge for homeless people.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Apr 28

cmu chem prof posted 1 photo to Flickr:

Apr 27

Let’s Stop Giving Rich People Sweet Deals for Our Parks

...on a distinctively shaped property that Giarratana Nashville-affiliated entity JRP Partners LLC owns at 301 James Robertson Parkway...

    Let's Stop Giving Rich People Sweet Deals for Our Parks
    Photo: Mark Hollingsworth Over at the Nashville Post earlier this week, William Williams reported that Tony Giarratana wants to trade the city. If we give him the park in front of the library, he'll give us a weird shaped building full of affordable apartments.
    https://www.nashvillescene.com

Apr 25

Housing, 'service center' for homeless planned in downtown Nashville

A homeless "services center" topped with about 100 affordable-housing units envisioned for homeless people will be constructed where a Giarratana-owned parking lot now stands at 301 James Robertson Parkway

    Housing, 'service center' for homeless planned in downtown Nashville
    CLOSE Mayor David Briley's administartion on Wednesday revealed a new plan to alleviate downtown Nashville's growing homeless population, in partnership with luxury housing developer Tony Giarratana. A homeless "services center" topped with about 100 affordable-housing units envisioned for homeless people will be constructed where a Giarratana-owned parking lot now stands at 301 James Robertson Parkway.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Apr 24

cmu chem prof posted 2 photos to Flickr:

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