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          Director of Let's Talk Bitcoin Network - BTC Media - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Particularly for public speaking and podcasting. BTC Inc is the world’s leading media group and information source for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology....
From BTC Media - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 20:54:41 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Mandolins: Flatiron Festival $1850      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ad #126715 posted Tue, 10 Jul 2018 16:24:18 CDT - Naturally Distressed Flatiron Festival. Made in Nashville in 2000 - top signed underneath by Simeon Daly. An excellent-sounding Player. It's been played hard and looks it. Speed neck, Speed treble soundhole, Speed Scroll, Speed bumps, Distressing lik ...


          Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler Selling Nashville Home for $7.9 Million      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler are saying goodbye to their Nashville estate.

The Very Cavallari stars are selling their stunning 25-room house for $7.9 million. The Mediterranean-style home comes with seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and three half baths, according to the listing on Realtor.com. The house, which was built in 2007, is almost 20,000 square feet. And in addition to stunning views of the area, the new owner will have a lot of privacy on the secluded lot, which is over eight acres.

The house also features a movie theater room, a large kitchen and an outdoor eating area.

Kristin Cavallari at Wit's End With ''Strong Personality'' Shannon on Very Cavallari: ''It Takes a Lot to Corral Her''

Kristin and Jay, who share three kids together, relocated their family to Nashville after his exit from the Chicago Bears. The city is also where Kristin opened her Uncommon James store.

In recent years, Kristin has taken fans inside her home on social media. Very Cavallari viewers also just got a peek into the couple's home on the premiere episode of the new E! series.

Take a look at all the pics above to see more of the duo's former Nashville estate!

Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler Selling Nashville Home for $7.9 Million originally appeared on Eonline.com
          Episode # 164 National Religious Broadcasters Convention 2013      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hi all, On this very special episode of Divine Intervention, we report live from the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. This convention brings together Christian communicators from all over the world for workshops, fellowship, networking opportunities, professional music, ministry and more. I had the privilege of speaking with many amazing people while I was there, five of which are featured on this week's show. Dr. Frank Wright Dr. Frank Wright, the President of NRB, shares some of his insights about the latest developments concerning both the challenges and the victories for the Gospel in the courts and...
          Episode # 137 National Religious Broadcasters Convention Coverage 2012      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hi all, On this very special episode of Divine Intervention, we report live from the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. This convention brings together Christian communicators from all over the world for workshops, fellowship, networking opportunities, professional music, ministry and more. I had the privilege of speaking with many amazing people while I was there, four of which are featured on this week's show. Dr. Frank Wright Dr. Frank Wright, the President of NRB, shares some of his insights about the latest developments concerning both the challenges and the victories for the Gospel in the courts and...
          Michael W. Smith      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Are you ready to be surrounded?

The Nashville area is a beautiful hub of activity, growth, and potential. And although this town is constantly attracting attention and residents at a record pace, for me, it’s just home... a place that I love!

Although some of the growth and energy in the city is physical, I believe that much of the growth is profoundly spiritual. I’m sensing it is time for a gathering of believers in Jesus Christ to come together across denominations, races, ethnicities, and generations. It’s time for a night of prayer and worship for Middle Tennessee!

My hope is that this evening will be a space for us to pause, and that the pausing will give God an opportunity to move, to awaken in His people a greater hunger and thirst for Him. The ultimate goal is that He would shift our hearts toward those who surround us, that we’d experience God’s love in us and through us.

I hope that you’ll join me, some very special friends, and some local pastors & leaders, on August 30th at 7 pm at the Bridgestone Arena. I’m sure that anyone who attends, be they individuals, families and entire congregations, will experience an evening they will never forget.

Thanks to our friends at TBN, admission is 100% FREE.

~Michael W. Smith

 

 

https://e.surroundedevent.com/tbn-presents-surrounded-with-michael-w-smith


          Drink a Beer: Luke Bryan’s bringing his 32 Bridge bar to Nashville’s Lower Broadway      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
If all goes as planned, Luke Bryan will be the latest country star to open his own honky tonk on Lower Broadway in Nashville. The project is a partnership with Ohio-based TC Restaurant Group, according to the Nashville Business Journal. The company, which recently worked with Jason Aldean on his new Kitchen + Rooftop Bar, bought the adjoining building at Third and Broadway downtown in March for $5.5 million. The two-story structure was formerly the site of both a bank and a boot store. According to documents from the Metro Historic Zoning Commission, Luke’s new watering hole will re-purpose the existing boot store sign, and […]
          Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler Selling Nashville Home for $7.9 Million      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kristin Cavallari, Jay Cutler, Nashville HomeKristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler are saying goodbye to their Nashville estate. The Very Cavallari stars are selling their stunning 25-room house for $7.9 million. The Mediterranean-style...

          Hundreds treated for heat exposure at Tennessee music fest      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — More than 200 people have been treated for heat-related illnesses at a music festival in Tennessee, with at least 20 taken to a hospital. Nashville Fire Department spokesman Joseph Pleasant said fire crews and Vanderbilt University Medical Center paramedics transported people to the hospital from the Warped Tour traveling punk rock […]
          Mandolins: Flatiron Festival $1850      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          AVP/Desktop Engineer - AllianceBernstein - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ability to build efficient internal relations and communicate extensively with key internal stakeholders. Provide thought leadership in industry and to fellow...
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          Morgan Evans Has a Few Shows Planned For Australia      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Australian born, US based country singer songwriter Morgan Evans will head home to Australia in September for shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Evans was discovered by the late Rob Potts who directed his career from hometown Newcastle to Nashville, where he now lives with wife Kelsea Ballerini. Evans scored a number one country album

The post Morgan Evans Has a Few Shows Planned For Australia appeared first on Noise11.com.


          Blackburn Backs Supreme Court Pick; Bredesen Awaits Hearings      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — In Tennessee's U.S. Senate race, Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn is backing President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nomi...
          Tennessee Gets $4.3M Federal Grant For Student Health      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee is receiving a federal grant of more than $4.3 million to help prevent student obesity, manage childhood chron...
          Community Research Partners - Developing Community Partnerships to Establish a Intergenerational Community Garden Program      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

With partnership development mini-grant funding from the Meharry-Vanderbilt Community Engaged Research Core (CERC), Drs. Barbara Canada and Sam Gannon formed a community-academic research collaboration with local Nashville churches, to establish an Intergenera-tional Community Garden Program.

The team will share how they built the program through meetings with com-munity members to inform program development, gain community support, and engage additional community partners.

Please RSVP to attend by July 11.

PRESENTERS:
Barbara J. Canada, D.Min., PhD, CMSSW Co-PI, Intergenerational Garden Program, Temple Church
Sam Gannon, EdD CCHP Co-PI, Intergenerational Community Garden Program, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

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          20 hospitalized, 200 treated for heat exposure at Warped Tour      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — More than 200 people have been treated for heat-related illnesses at a music festival in Tennessee, with at least 20 taken to a hospital. Nashville Fire Department spokesman Joseph Pleasant said fire crews and Vanderbilt University Medical Center paramedics transported people to the hospital from the Warped Tour traveling punk rock festival...
          Federal Judge Rejects Objections, Rules Foreclosure Ruling Was Valid      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A Tennessee federal judge on June 18 rejected a borrower's objections to a magistrate judge's report and recommendation that her foreclosure-related claims be dismissed, holding that the district court lacked jurisdiction and that the case was barred by rulings in two previous lawsuits (Ralinda Brooks, et al. v. First Franklin Financial Corp., No. 3:17-00953, M.D. Tenn., 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 101604).
          Garth Brooks Talks First-Ever Concert at Notre Dame Stadium, Hints at Future Tour Stops During ‘Inside Studio G’      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Garth Brooks returned to his “Inside Studio G: A Monday Night Conversation” after the holiday weekend to celebrate the huge news that was just announced this morning – he has been invited to play the first-ever concert at Notre Dame Stadium! At a press conference in Nashville, TN, the ground-breaking […]
          At least 20 hospitalized, hundreds treated for heat-related illness at Vans Warped Tour concert in Nashville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At least 200 people have been treated for heat-related illnesses at the Warped Tour concert at the Nashville Fairgrounds on Tuesday.
          Urban Green Lab, VU, & Partners Launch Statewide Curriculum to Inspire Sustainable Living, Prevent Waste in Cities      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Read the Urban Green Lab announcement here. NASHVILLE, TN (July 10, 2018) — Urban Green Lab, in partnership with Vanderbilt University, Metro Nashville Public Schools, and the Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation, trained 30 Metro Nashville teachers today as part of a first-ever statewide curriculum aimed at training teachers how to integrate sustainable living...
          AVP/Desktop Engineer - AllianceBernstein - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ability to build efficient internal relations and communicate extensively with key internal stakeholders. Provide thought leadership in industry and to fellow...
From AllianceBernstein - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 22:08:03 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler Selling Nashville Home for $7.9 Million      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kristin Cavallari, Jay Cutler, Nashville HomeKristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler are saying goodbye to their Nashville estate. The Very Cavallari stars are selling their stunning 25-room house for $7.9 million. The Mediterranean-style...

          Hasan Minhaj: Before The Storm in Nashville, TN Aug 26, 2018 – presale code      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A Hasan Minhaj: Before The Storm presale password is available below to our members!! This is a great chance for you to buy tickets for Hasan Minhaj: Before The Storm before they go on sale. Hasan Minhaj: Before The Storm pre-sale code for show tickets in Nashville, TN (Ryman Auditorium) You don’t want to miss Hasan Minhaj: Before The Storm’s show in Nashville do you? Tickets could sell fast once they go on sale: during the pre-sale you can buy your tickets before they become sold out!!
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Hasan Minhaj: Before The Storm
Ryman Auditorium
Nashville, TN
Sun, Aug 26, 2018 07:00 PM

Onsale to General Public
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          Reese Witherspoon: Whiskey in a Teacup Tour’s show in Nashville, TN Sep 23, 2018 – presale code      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A Reese Witherspoon: Whiskey in a Teacup Tour presale code is available below to our members! While this special presale opportunity exists, you have the chance to get tickets for Reese Witherspoon: Whiskey in a Teacup Tour before they go on sale! Reese Witherspoon: Whiskey in a Teacup Tour pre-sale code This might be your best opportunity ever to see Reese Witherspoon: Whiskey in a Teacup Tour live in Nashville, TN!
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Reese Witherspoon: Whiskey in a Teacup Tour
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Nashville, TN
Sun, Sep 23, 2018 07:30 PM

Onsale to General Public
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          Kid Rock Fish Fry at Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel in Nashville – presale code      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Kid Rock Fish Fry
Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel
Nashville, TN
Fri, Oct 5, 2018 -Sat, Oct 6, 2018

Onsale to General Public
Start: Fri, 07/13/18 10:00 AM CDT
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          Ben Rector – Magic: The Tour at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville Oct 19, 2018 – presale code      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Ben Rector – Magic: The Tour
Ryman Auditorium
Nashville, TN
Fri, Oct 19, 2018 08:00 PM

Onsale to General Public
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          PRN Crisis Response Counselor - Youth Villages - Cookeville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Memphis, Paris, Dyersburg, Jackson, Nashville, Columbia, Cookeville, Clarksville, Dickson, Chattanooga, Johnson City, Morristown and Knoxville....
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          Crisis Hotline Counselor - Youth Villages - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          PRN Crisis Hotline Counselor - Youth Villages - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          See John Prine and Friends Tour Music City in New Video For ‘Knockin’ On Your Screen Door’      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The new video for “Knockin’ On Your Screen Door” gives viewers a look at John Prine’s Nashville. Directed by David McClister, the video features the iconic singer-songwriter and his musical cohorts collaborating in various venues around Music City The clip opens with Prine and Margo Price busking outside the Ernest Tubb Record Shop on Broadway. The video then cuts […]

The post See John Prine and Friends Tour Music City in New Video For ‘Knockin’ On Your Screen Door’ appeared first on Wide Open Country.


          John Prine Announces Nashville New Year’s Eve Show at the Opry House      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

John Prine will usher in 2019 on the Grand Ole Opry House stage alongside Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats, Iris DeMent and anyone who is lucky enough to snag a ticket when they go on sale this week. Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats will bring their brand of Americana to the celebratory night […]

The post John Prine Announces Nashville New Year’s Eve Show at the Opry House appeared first on Wide Open Country.


          David Olney - New Album This Side Or The Other - Out August 24      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   



THIS SIDE OR THE OTHER

Black Hen Music, Release Date: August 24, 2018



David Olney’s New Album Examines The Shadowy Situations Up And Around Walls, Over Borders and Asks For Open Hearts

Nashville, TN – One listen to the brand-new album, “This Side or The Other,” and you’ll know David Olney is a man familiar with the wandering life and yearning heart of a poet. After more than 30 years in music, he’s had as many incarnations as you can imagine. His resume has expanded to include acting, poetry and a popular weekly stream cast. All of this adds to Olney’s strength as a songwriter’s songwriter, and one of Nashville’s founding fathers of Americana music.  

While “This Side or The Other” is not a concept album, there are some recurring themes. The frequent reference to walls in these songs – walls being built and tumbling down – will suggest that while Olney has encountered more than his own share of walls, he is still trying his best to understand them.  

“I wanted to explore the idea of walls,” says Olney, “What does a wall mean? What does it mean to be an immigrant who comes upon that wall as a wanderer, someone lost and alone?” 

A wall in a song can be the symbolic blockage from one place to another or the flat finality of something coming to an end. In life as in art, Olney has scaled walls and torn them down. Yet, it’s not his own path he is particularly interested in exploring. David Olney has always been an observer, a student, and writer of life for as long as he could hold a pen.  

“I’m not comfortable writing about my own dirty laundry,” says Olney, “It’s better for me to look at characters and what they might be going through. When I write about the heavy stuff of life, it’s usually while I’m in someone else’s shoes.”  

“This Side or The Other” contains solid musicianship as good as anything Nashville has to offer, and a stark, moody production by Juno Award-winning producer Steve Dawson.  

“I look for a producer I can be relaxed around," Olney says, “And I really wanted to work with Steve on this record. And while I knew he was a good producer, I had no idea what a terrific musician he was until I had him play guitar on ‘Death Will Not Divide Us.’ He did a beautiful job.” 

The other musicians on “This Side or The Other” are Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Charlie McCoy, The McCrary Sisters, Fats Kaplin, Anne McCue and Olney’s regular band: Daniel Seymour on bass, Ward Stout on fiddle and Justin Amaral on drums.  

The ten songs on “This Side or The Other” have been compiled from new and old writings, as well as a few collaborations with friends. Olney says he enjoys collaborating. “Annie McCue and John Hadley cowrote the title song, ‘This Side or The Other’ with me. It’s currently my favorite song.” 

In “Stand Tall,” a song Olney’s been writing on-and-off for 25 years, he admits “I’m never going to change the way I am” – a sentiment that will gratify his longtime fans from all over the world, who like him just the way he is and only want more of the same.  

“Breaking out of your comfort zone,” admits Olney, “can lead to certain encounters with banana peels, but that’s the chance you have to take to get songs and performances with a certain edge. I tend to stay on the margin of the page. I’m always looking for that ‘otherness,’ staying a bit off center.” 

The sweetest song on the album, a plaintive love song called “Open Your Heart (And Let Me In),” is one-part plea and one part indictment of a would-be lover who’s missing the chance for real love.  

Olney’s last track is a rootsy cover of The Zombies’ 1965 hit, “She’s Not There.” It’s a delicious reminder that everything David Olney touches gets infused with a rare blend of dark chocolate. Despite it being the cover of a popular song, we hear words we’ve never heard in the same way before.  

But David Olney knows words. He knows what they can do, and when paired with a bitter/sweet melody, they can take on a life of their own.  

And maybe they can even tear down walls. 



David Olney Tour Dates:

June 22                              Moccasin Creek Festival                               Effingham, IL

June 23                              Lettersong Gallery                                         Louisville, KY

June 24                              Players Pub                                                    Bloomington, IN

June 30                              Private Event                                                 Mt. Juliet, TN

Aug. 17                              Pearl Street Warehouse                               Washington, D.C.

Aug. 18                              Empire State Railway Museum                    Phoenicia, NY

Sept. 15                             AmericanaFest hatWRKS Happenin’           Nashville, TN

Sept. 20                             EOP: Red Clay Music Foundry                      Duluth, GA

Oct. 12                               Musiekpodium Bakkeveen                           Bakkeveen - The Netherlands

Oct. 13                               In The Woods Lage                                       Vuursche - The Netherlands

Oct. 14                               Foundation Museum & Sculpture Garden Grootschermer – The Netherlands

Oct. 16                               Folk in de Walden                                         Oentsjerk – The Netherlands

Oct. 17                               Sociëteit Engels                                             The Hague – The Netherlands

Oct. 19                               Jozef Theather                                               Volendam – The Netherlands

Oct. 20                               Ramblin’ Roots Festival                                Utrecht – The Netherlands

Oct. 21                               De Oude Veiling                                             Aalsmeer – The Netherlands

Oct. 22                               Meneer Frits                                                  Eindhoven – The Netherlands

Oct. 23                               De Schalm                                                      Westwoud – The Netherlands





          7/10/2018: Arts: Yodeller plans debut album      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NASHVILLE — Mason Ramsey, an 11-year-old from Illinois whose version of a Hank Williams classic has been watched more than 50 million times on YouTube and has spawned multiple remixes, is releasing his first album. Ramsey’s EP Famous includes both...
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - More than 200 people have been treated for heat-related illnesses at a music festival in Tennessee, with at least 20 taken to a...
          Brown, Ernest      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ernest Brown Nashville - Ernest Brown, 90, transitioned Thursday, July 5, 2018. He is survived by devoted wife Juanita D. Brown and a host of...
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TN-Nashville, Peak Systems is a technology staffing and managed services consulting firm connecting technical consultants with various industry opportunities. We issue payments weekly, offer direct deposit, and have many nationwide opportunities. We are currently seeking a team of technicians to be engaged on site at a major Financial Institution in Spokane, WA for a thin client deployment. Below we have includ
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Nellie Louester Sweeney Hovious Nashville - 101 Passed July 4th, 2018. Preceded by mother Eunice Katherine Demonbreun & father William Wilburn...
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          Can Matt Cullen bounce back?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Three years ago at about this time Matt Cullen was 38-years old and pretty much assumed he would be retiring from the NHL. Coming off a less than great 2014-15 season with Nashville (7 goals in 62 games) he hadn’t …
          Oakland Athletics option Frankie Montas, recall Ryan Dull – San Francisco Examiner      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Oakland Athletics option Frankie Montas, recall Ryan DullSan Francisco ExaminerA day after he shut down the world champion Houston Astros, Oakland Athletics right-hander Frankie Montas has been sent down to Triple-A Nashville. In a companion move, the A’s recalled right-handed reliever Ryan Dull from Triple-A. Montas, 25, has … …read more Source:: Oakland Athletics News […]
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          (Nashville) Glock 43 - Offer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Hundreds treated for heat exposure at Tennessee music fest      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – More than 200 people have been treated for heat-related illnesses at a music festival in Tennessee, with at least 20 taken to a hospital. Nashville Fire Department spokesman Joseph Pleasant said fire crews and Vanderbilt University Medical Center paramedics transported people to the hospital from the Warped Tour travelling punk rock festival […]
          Oakland Athletics option Frankie Montas, recall Ryan Dull – San Francisco Examiner      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Oakland Athletics option Frankie Montas, recall Ryan DullSan Francisco ExaminerA day after he shut down the world champion Houston Astros, Oakland Athletics right-hander Frankie Montas has been sent down to Triple-A Nashville. In a companion move, the A’s recalled right-handed reliever Ryan Dull from Triple-A. Montas, 25, has … …read more Source:: Oakland Athletics News […]
          AVP/Desktop Engineer - AllianceBernstein - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ability to build efficient internal relations and communicate extensively with key internal stakeholders. Provide thought leadership in industry and to fellow...
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          IT Manager - Country Music Foundation - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Switches – Dell and Cisco. A few Linux machines as well. Supervise production application moves for internal and external systems....
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          Nashville Bar Employee Diagnosed With Hepatitis A Amid Outbreak - NewsChannel5.com      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Coming off of an incredible GRAMMY win for 2015’s SHINE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE (Best Roots Gospel album), Nashville rocker Mike Farris keeps it earthy and personal on SILVER & STONE, out September 7 on Compass Records. The title refers to his wife's ring, and the album is a celebration of their 23 years of marriage and her steadfastness in sticking by him through his years struggling with addiction and alcoholism. Now sober for 7 years, Farris has the energy and conviction of a man saved, a stack of anecdotes and life experiences that would make most people’s heads spin, and a soulful vocal delivery reminiscent of Sam Cooke or Otis ReddingSILVER & STONE isn’t a “gospel” album by any means, but Farris still takes us to church on these 12 engaging tracks, including a cover of Bill Withers’ “Hope She’ll be Happier.” 

Produced at Compass Sound Studio (AKA “Hillbilly Central” – the birthplace of Outlaw Country) in Nashville by Compass Records co-founder, Garry WestSILVER & STONE finds Farris imbuing his songs with a vibey, lighthearted feel, returning to his roots as a rocker and soul singer. The album weaves through the traditions of American music the way that Tennessee born and bred Farris has done expertly throughout his 25-year career, starting with his major label band, Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies.

Sonically, SILVER & STONE’s warm organic sound and stellar playing recalls the cream of the Stax Records’ catalog. The album opener and Farris original, "Tennessee Girl,” seguing into “Are You Lonely For Me Baby?” and “Can I Get a Witness,” are loose and groove-driven, hitting all the right notes of soul,  and  blues with an effortlessness that shows what a natural Farris is for this sound. 

The studio band includes famed “Memphis Boy” Gene Chrisman (Dusty Springfield, Elvis Presley, Dan Auerbach) sharing drum duties with Derrek Phillips (Robben Ford, Hank Williams Jr.), keyboardists Reese Wynans (Joe Bonamassa, Double Trouble) and long-time Farris collaborator Paul Brown (Waterboys, Ann Peebles), guitarists Doug Lancio (Patty Griffin, John Hiatt), Rob McNelly (Delbert McClinton) and George Marinelli (Bonnie Raitt) with Steve Mackey (Wallflowers, Delbert McClinton) and producer West splitting bass duties. Farris is quick to credit the crew in the band for putting their modern spin on classic grooves and progressions.  The band was given just enough structure so they could add their own flavor. Among the album's many standout moments is Joe Bonamassa's searing solo on “Movin’ Me” (Bonamassa became a fan and friend while opening for Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies in the 90's).

Melding the spiritual and the earthly, Farris says the album is about “reaching something better without actually trying.” This sentiment drives the Farris-penned composition, “Golden Wings”, written for his son, Christian, at “a pivotal point in his life, with so many options in front of him. That feeling of ‘Where am I supposed to be?’” 

Farris told Rolling Stone Country. "It's one of those songs that just flowed out after I did an exercise where you write a letter to your younger self. It has a dual message— something to say to a young person who is looking for answers, but also a reminder to myself to be free and open to the possibilities of life."

Another Farris composition, “When Mavis Sings,” hits equally close to his heart. Over his years as a performer, he’s had the privilege of becoming close to legendary singer and gospel icon Mavis Staples.  He says, “Mavis is everything you want your heroes to be.” Julie Farris elaborates, “She calls him ‘Mikey’.”  The song is actually a history lesson on Mavis' life, as it's completely comprised of literal tidbits of her life.  

“I wanted to explore that upbringing, being in that neighborhood with all of these luminaries and absorbing that music,” he says. “It was exciting to watch all the pieces come together and fit lyrically.”

The album closes with “I’ll Come Running Back To You,” an acknowledgment of the surrender intrinsic in love by accepting the kind of love that conquers shame and self-doubt.  Where the narrator of this song is losing his identity in service of unrequited love, for Farris, it’s quite the opposite—it’s relinquishing a vision of identity that needs to be served by attention or self-medication and instead takes root and grows through love.

“It’s the most essential, yet most difficult, part of faith,” Farris says.  “Remembering to open up and allow the universe to have its way with you and your gifts. Be open and free to the possibilities of life.”

"With a supersized voice filled with the electricity of Saturday night and the godly grace of Sunday mornings ." — Rolling Stone Country

“Mike Farris has enough heart, soul, and power to light up a city. He mixes up the elements and turns them into something new, beautiful, and uniquely his own.” — Buddy Miller

 "Country and gospel music is in dire need of some pure heartfelt soul right now.  He's like a secret weapon — he's loaded with soul."  — Marty Stuart (Rolling Stone Country) 



TOUR DATES:

July 10 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge

July 13 – Mill Valley, CA – Sweetwater Music Hall 

July 14 – Navarro, CA – Redwood Ramble

July 15 – Sacramento, CA – Harlow’s

Aug 18 – Saugerties, NY – Cantine Veterans Memorial Complex

Aug 23 – Chattanooga, TN – Songbirds

Aug 24 – Lexington, KY – Willie’s Locally Known

Aug 25 – Knoxville, TN – Open Chord Music

Aug 26 – Charlotte, NC – Neighborhood Theatre

Aug 27 – Durham, NC – Motorco Music Hall

Aug 28 – Charleston, SC – Queen Street Playhouse

Sep 6 – Buford, GA – Buford Community Center

Sep 8 – Franklin, TN – Franklin Theatre

Sept 14 – Nashville, TN - AMERICANAFEST

Sep 17 + 18 – Penticton, BC – The Dream Café

Sep 20 – Salt Spring Island, BC – PitchFork Social

Sep 21 – Seattle, WA – The Triple Door

Sep 22 – Victoria, BC – University Centre Farquhar Auditorium

Sep 28 – Franklin, NC – Franklin Town Square Gazebo

Oct 5 - Madrid, Spain - Changó LIVE

Oct 6 - A Coruna, Spain - Sala Inn Club

Oct 7 - Gijón, Spain - Teatro de la Laboral

Oct 12 - Calella, Spain - Fàbrica Llobet

Nov 03 – Moab, UT – Moab City Baseball Field

Nov 29 – Stoughton, WI – Stoughton Opera House    

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Label : Spring Arbor Distributors


Drapeau des États-Unis 01 - It's The Small Things (Michael W. Smith & Donna McLaughlin Wyant)
02 - Who Do You Say That I Am? (L. Wayne Hilliard & Michael W. Smith)
03 - Do Unto Others (Kim Josephson)
04 - Follow Me (Mark E. Sheldon)
05 - Holy Ground (Geron Davis)
06 - How Majestic Is Your Name (Michael W. Smith)
07 - Have You Died? (Billy Simon)
08 - They See God There (Jim Weber & Dan Keen)
09 - Who's Fooling Who? (Dan Keen & Jay Patten)
10 - Share Your Light (Michael W. Smith & Deborah D. Smith)
11 - Holy Habitation (L. Wayne Hilliard & Stan Armor)


All Vocals by L. Wayne Hilliard, Marshall Combs & Eddie Combs
Executive Producer : L. Wayne Hilliard
Producer : Randy Cox
Vocal Arrangements & Co-Producer : Steve Taylor
Recorded at Tree International, Nashville, TN

Musicians :
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A middle school football coach in Tennessee was fired recently for writing a song. Some parents complained, saying the song had "racial overtones": Bryan Glover, an assistant coach at Grassland Middle School near Nashville, co-wrote the country music song, “When...
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          실천신학개론 일반적 리더십의 개념과 교회지도자가 갖춰야 할 리더십에 관한 분석      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[실천신학개론] 현대교회와 디아코니아에 관한 연구 및 분석[실천신학개론] 교회의 의미와 교회의 본질을 드러내도록 하는 은혜의 방도들에 관한 분석 및 연구[실천신학개론] 신약시대의 초대교회의 교육에 관한 분석[실천신학개론] 교회의 올바른 개념 정리와 이를 지향하는 현대교회의 사명에 관한 연구[실천신학개론] 신약시대의 예수님의 교육에 관한 분석[실천신학개론] 세례에 관한 분석 및 연구(예배학) Ⅰ. 서 론 Ⅱ. 본 론 1. 일반적인 리더십 이론 1) 리더십의 정의 2) 교회 리더십 2. 교회 지도자의 신학적 이해 3. 교회 지도자의 사회 심리적 이해 4. 교회 지도자의 성서적 이해 1) 구약에 나타난 지도자 2) 신약에 나타난 지도자 5. 21세기 바람직한 목회 지도력 1) 바람직한 지도 유형으로서의 팀 지도력 2) 일반적인 팀 지도력 3) 평신도 지도력 4) 여성 지도력 5) 영적 지도력 6. 지도자의 리더십 결과는 재생산 재생산된 제자를 향한 하나님의 명령(사도행전 1:8) 1) 재생산 되어지는 제자의 훈련 2) 재생산된 제자들의 사명 Ⅲ. 결 론 Ⅳ. 참고문헌 1. 일반적인 리더십 이론 1) 리더십의 정의 (1) 리더(Leader) 조직이나 단체에서 전체를 이끌어 가는 위치에 있는 사람으로서 ‘지도자’로 불린다. 뛰어난 아이디어와 예리한 통찰력 판단력이 있는 사람이 리더가 된다. 따라서 리더는 ‘앞서가는 자’ ‘먼저 행하는 자’라는 의미를 내포하고 있다. 강신권 「21세기를 향한 리더십」(서울: 쿰란출판사 1996) p. 30. 해이스와 토나스는 지도자란 “타인을 통솔하는데 필요한 여러 가지 기술을 소유한 자” 김명훈 「리이더쉽론」(서울: 대왕사 1975) p. 71. 라고 하였다. 리더십과 리더십을 행사하는 지도자에 관한 정의는 대단히 많고 다양하다. 분명한 사실은 어느 집단이 목표를 가지고 발전해 가려면 리더십을 가진 지도자의 역할이 매우 중요하다는 것이다. 교회라는 공동체도 일반조직론적 입장에서는 분명히 하나의 조직체이다. 따라서 교회 공동체 역시 교회의 성장에 있어서 목회자나 평신도 지도자의 리더십은 중대한 영향력을 미친다고 할 것이다. 그러므로 리더십은 계획과 조직에 대하여 생동감과 발전의 원동력을 넣어주는 중요한 행동이다. (2) 리더십(Leadership)의 개념 무리를 다스리거나 이끌어 가는 지도자로서의 지위 임무 능력으로 리더십의 우리말의 의미는 ‘지도력’ ‘통솔력’을 말한다. 지도자가 가지고 있는 능력을 지도력(Leadership)이라 할 수 있다. 이 리더십(Leadership)의 어원은 고대 영어 ‘레단’(Ledan)에서 나온 것으로 ‘함께 간다’는 의미가 있다. 박형렬 「탁월한 목회 리더십」(서울: 도서출판 치유 1994) p. 31. 이것은 움직임을 나타내는 동적인 성격을 가지는데 어원적인 면에서 리더에 대한 정의를 내린다면 리더란 행하는 사람 먼저 이루며 앞서가는 자라는 의미를 내포하고 있다. 지도자는 어떠한 길을 계속해서 앞서가며 자기 뒤를 따라 오는 사람들을 이끌어 가는 사람이다. <국내서적> 강병훈 「쉐마 주제별 종합 자료 사전」(서울: 성서연구사) 1992. 강신권 「21세기를 향한 리더십」(서울: 쿰란출판사) 1996. 김명훈 「리이더쉽론」(서울: 대왕사) 1975. 김병삼 「예수님의 리더십학교」 (서울: 교회성장연구소) 2007. 김병원 「목회학」(서울: 개혁주의 신행협회) 1993. 김상복 「목회자의 리더십」(서울: 도서출판 엠마오) 1997. 김순규 「크리스챤 리더십」(서울: 세무교육정보센타부설 성음소리) 1987. 명성훈 「교회성장 마인드」(교회성장연구소) 2001. 명성훈 「창조적 리더십」(서울: 말씀사) 2000. 박근원 「오늘의 교역론」(서울: 대한기독교서회) 2004. 박윤선 「구약주석 사기서 제4권」(서울: 영음사) 1987. 박형렬 「탁월한 목회 리더십」(서울: 도서출판 치유) 1994. 버림터 선교회 「제자훈련 지침서」 (서울: 종합선교 나침반) 1982. 이성희 「교회행정학」(서울: 한국장로교출판사) 1994. 이성희 “무엇이 팀 목회인가?” 「목회와 신학」(서울: 두란노서원) 1995. 이성희 「미래목회대예언」(서울: 규장문화사) 1998. 이종윤 「신약개론」 (서울: 개혁주의신행협회) 1995. <역서 및 외국서적> Hans Kung 「교회란 무엇인가?”」 이홍근 역 (분도출판사) 1994. Herman Home 「예수님의 교육방법론」 박영호 역 (서울: 기독교문서선교회) 1999. Jack B. Scott 「갈릴리에서 예수님의 사역이 주는 교훈」 김성웅 역 (서울: 나침반사) 1989. Jackson W. Caroll 「목회지도력」김남석 역 (서울: 도서출판 진흥) 1995. James Means 「그리스도인 사역의 지도력」주상지 역 (서울: 생명의 말씀사) 1991. John Maxwell 「당신 안에 잠재된 리더십을 키우라」 강준민 역 (서울: 도서출판두란노) 1997. Laurie Beth Jones 「예수의 오메가 리더쉽」송경근 역 (서울: 한국언론자료간행회) 1995. Leighton Ford 「변화를 일으키는 리더쉽」김기찬 역 (서울: 생명의 말씀사) 1991. Leroy Eimes 「제자삼는 사역의 기술」편집부 역 (서울: 네비게이토출판사) 1987. Robert E. Coleman 「주님의 전도계획」 김영현 역 (서울: 두란노서원) 1988. Robert E. Coleman 「주님의 전도계획」 홍성철 역 (서울: 생명의 말씀사) 1992. Cyril J. Barder 「Nehemiah」(Neptune New Jersey: Loizeaux Brothers) 1976. John. W. Gardner 「The Nature of Leadership: Introductory Consideration」(Washington: Independent Sector) 1986. Robert D. Dale 「Ministers as Leaders」(Nashville Tenessee: Broadman Press) 1984. <학위논문 및 학술지> 곽선희. 「교회 지도자론」 연세대학교 연신원 목회자 하기 신학세미나 강의집 Vol.- No.1 1981. 김영삼. 「21세기 바람직한 목회지도력에 관한 연구」<석사학위논문>. 대전: 목원대 신학대학원 2005. 이가영. 「느헤미야를 통한 교회지도자의 리더쉽」<석사학위논문>. 완주군: 한일장신대 신학대학원 2006. 이봉희. 「성경의 목회리더십을 적용한 교회성장 연구」<석사학위논문>. 안양: 안양대 신학대학원 2007. 이삼열. 「교회 성장에 나타난 리더십 연구」<석사학위논문>. 완주군: 한일장신대 한일신학대학원 2008. 장문성. 「교회의 재생산 사역을 위한 프로그램 설정에 관한 연구 = (A) Study of the Programming for reproduction ministry of the church」<석사학위논문>. 안양: 안양대 신학대학원 신학과 실천신학전공 2001. 전양문. 「리더십이 교회성장에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구」<석사학위논문>. 부산: 고신대 선교대학원 2004. 채구호 「현대 도시교회의 목회자상 연구」<석사학위논문> 서울: 장신대 신학대학원 2008. [실천신학개론] 성찬식에 관한 분석 및 연구(예배학)[실천신학개론] 예배의 의미와 말씀예전에 관한 분석[실천신학개론] 예수님 리더십 연구[실천신학개론] 현대교회와 코이노니아에 관한 연구[리더십] 지도자가 갖춰야할 자질과 덕목적인 측면에서 본 박정희 대통령[하나님][하나님 나라][예수][그리스도]하나님의 개념, 바르트의 하나님 인식론, 하나님에 관한 일반적 오류들, 하나님나라와 예수사건, 하나님나라의 표징으로서 교회, 하나님나라의 특이점, 하나님의 도성 분석[졸업][기독교교육학] 현 시대 전문적 기독교교육자의 상(像)과 진로를 위한 연구이력서-자기소개서-면접족보총람교육학 서브노트이력서&자소서 면접족보[교육철학] 20세기 전반의 미국교육 (진보주의,항존주의,본질주의,재건주의)[교육학] 평생교육에 대하여현대 청소년 문화와 기독교 청소년 사역의 방향청소년 문화를 통해 바로 본 교회 교육의 활성화 방안 조회수:977회
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – More than 200 people have been treated for heat-related illnesses at a music festival in Tennessee, with at least 20 taken to a hospital. Nashville Fire Department spokesman Joseph Pleasant said fire crews and Vanderbilt University Medical Center paramedics transported people to the hospital from the Warped Tour travelling punk rock festival […]

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          WAVE 3 News Editorial - July 10, 2018: Topgolf      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Oxmoor Center in Louisville generates millions in tax revenue each year for Louisville and has for decades. Oxmoor Mall is the centerpiece of it and the mall has been looking for a tenant to replace the vacated Sears department store and parking lot. They found one in Topgolf, an attraction in neighboring communities in Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Nashville, and throughout the country in more than 40 cities.
          EAPG Show and Sale slated for July 21-22      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Glass collectors from across the U.S. will converge on Nashville, Tenn. July 21-22 for
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          Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler Selling Nashville Home for $7.9 Million      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler are saying goodbye to their Nashville estate. The Very Cavallari stars are selling their stunning 25-room house for $7.9 million. The Mediterranean-style...
          October 25 - Matt Hires, JD Eicher, Dan Rodriguez      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Matt Hires
American Wilderness, the striking new Rock Ridge Music album by Nashville-based singer-songwriter Matt Hires, pays off the promise the musician makes to himself in "Begin Again," one of the album's key songs, to "shake the dust and start over."

Produced by Randall Kent in Music City, the 10-song collection is a unified and probing work in which Hires -- previously known for his work on F Stop Music/Atlantic Records -- has created an intensely personal and self-revealing song-suite where he contemplates his life and his beliefs amid the oft-cacophonous backdrop of modern America.

Hires says, "It's the most cohesive body of work that I've put out, and I didn't intend it to be that way -- it just happened. One of the first songs I wrote for the album was the first track, 'Fighting a Ghost.' The second verse contains the line that the title of the album came from. A lot of the ideas behind a lot of the other songs came from that -- feeling a little lost amidst all the noise and commotion of culture and society. There's a lot of struggling and wrestling with faith in the record, too."

The making of American Wilderness was prefaced by a period of profound personal change for Hires. The well-traveled artist had previously issued two full-length albums, Take Us to the Start (2009) and This World Won't Last Forever, But Tonight We Can Pretend (2013), on F Stop/Atlantic.

As that label relationship ended, Hires and his wife of eight years decided to relocate from Tampa, Florida, where they had both lived all their lives, for Nashville, home of both the U.S. country music production line and a burgeoning scene for independent songwriters and musicians. They arrived in the city the day after Christmas in 2014.

"I think that was a big part of the change in my music," says Hires. "There's something about moving to a new city, and experiencing new things that helped in opening up my songwriting to new levels of honesty."

Hires quickly fell in with a group of like-minded indie musicians, and began exploring new avenues in his songcraft during informal living-room sessions with them.

He recalls, "We started doing this thing called 'Scotch 'n' Songs.' The average size of the group was five or six of us. We would get together every other week and share new stuff
that we'd been working on, and share a bottle of scotch or bourbon. We'd talk about the songs. Pretty much all of this album was born out of that, partially out of necessity. A few
weeks would roll by, and I'd say, 'Oh, man, I need a song to bring to the group,' so I would sit down and force myself to write. I'd say, 'What do you want to write right now? If you could turn on your radio or your iPod right now, what would you want to hear?'" The encouragement and feedback of the Scotch 'n' Songs crew moved Hires to set aside some of his earlier notions about his craft.

"When I would write songs before," he says, "I would have these things hanging over my head -- 'What's my A&R guy at the record label going to think? What are my parents going to think?' I tried to shed all of that, and just write what I wanted to write. I remember talking to one of my friends in the songwriting group, and he said, 'Write what scares you.' I took that idea and ran with it, and it made the record what it is."

The material on American Wilderness drew its stylistic inspiration from old and new strains of Americana and contemporaries whose work reflects Hires' own engaging pop sensibility.

"Influences of mine who have been favorites over the years are Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Wilco," he says. "While I was writing the material for this album, I got way into Jason Isbell's Southeastern. During the last year, I was listening to Brandon Flowers' solo record The Desired Effect -- I'm a big fan of The Killers. What I tried to do with this record was create songs that were lyrically interesting with something to say while remaining musically accessible, without being candy-coated."

Many of the album's songs explore an individual's uncertain place amid the roiling tumult of modern life in the U.S. Others -- like "Holy War" and "Glory Bound" -- candidly observe Hires' own internal conversation about religion and belief.

"I grew up in the church -- my dad was a pastor," he says. "It was something I was familiar with and comfortable with my whole life. Moving to Nashville, we stepped away from the church and stopped going for a little over a year. I feel that was a really good thing for me. I didn't stop thinking about that sort of thing. I wanted to look at it from outside the lens of Christian culture, and try to delve into what I actually believe, and be able to question things and not be afraid of that."

It is perhaps fitting that Hires and producer Kent recorded the basic tracks for the album at a Nashville facility, the Chapel.

Though American Wilderness looks deeply and unflinchingly into the darkness of personal and spiritual experience, Hires emphasizes that his new album concludes on a bright point of light.

"A strong theme on the album is rebirth, new beginnings, and the idea that tomorrow doesn't have to be like today," he says. "The last song is 'Don't Let Your Heart Grow Cold.' While it can go to some fairly dark places, I wanted to make sure it ended on a hopeful note. You can make it better. Winter always turns into spring."

American Wilderness is itself a creative spring for Matt Hires, marking the blossoming and emergence of a bright voice in American songwriting.
JD Eicher
JD Eicher, the Youngstown, OH-area born and bred musician is set to release his new album (his first under just his name due to the very personal nature of the songs), The Middle Distance, via Rock Ridge Music on May 6, 2016. Eicher went for more of a journal entry/diary-type approach this time around, with the album being moodier, and focusing on a lot of internal struggle. Songwriting and superb singing are at the center of each track on The Middle Distance, with Eicher's Rust Belt upbringing evident as the foundation of his songwriting; Pittsburgh, not far from his hometown of Youngstown, has also embraced the performer and his music as their own.

With his band, The Goodnights, Eicher's soaring and graceful pop-rock songcraft garnered favorable comparisons to Coldplay, Keane, The Script, The Killers, and Death Cab for Cutie. Alternative Addiction named the group one of the top 10 unsigned bands. Live, JD Eicher & the Goodnights shared the stage with such diverse and respected artists as the Dave Matthews Band, Coldplay, Train, Maroon 5, Hot Chelle Rae, Pete Yorn, Anberlin, Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams, Kelly Clarkson, Cartel, Sister Hazel, and Matt Nathanson, among many others.
Dan Rodriguez
Hi, I'm Dan. I'm a whiskey & beer drinking, fishing & hunting loving, motorcycle riding, quality food eating, hippie sympathizing, people loving, husband & father who lives in Minneapolis and shares a life with my amazing wife and adorable son. I grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, MI, and moved to Minneapolis when I was 18 to study music, and I stayed because I'm one of those crazy people that enjoys the snow and cold weather. Music is my trade & performing it for people is my passion. When I'm not in my studio writing songs and cutting records, or on the road playing shows, I'm usually tending to our backyard chickens, eating fresh veggies from my wife's huge garden, or out doing one of my many outdoor hobbies.

Now here are a few things about my music career that I should probably share in a music bio:

In September 2014 Budweiser released their "Friends Are Waiting" commercial campaign featuring me singing my song When You Come Home.

The Summer of 2015 marked the release of my fourth, and most prolific and widely distributed album, Come On Home, featuring the Budweiser song When You Come Home and singles Rum River and California.

Over the years I've had the honor of sharing the stage with some really cool artists & bands including The Civil Wars, Andy Grammer, Eric Hutchinson, NeedtoBreathe, Augustana, Tyrone Wells, Haley Reinhart, John McLaughlin, Will Hoge, Drew Holcomb, Sister Hazel, and more.

In February, 2018, I released my newest album 25 Years. One of my favorite producers, John Fields, produced it and I couldn't be more excited for you to hear it.
          November 23 - The R&B Cadets      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The R&B Cadets
The R&B Cadets played their first gig shortly after New Year's in 1980 and their last in the summer of 1986. In that time they got a lot of folks out on the dance floor, playing a distinctive mix of of deep soul cuts from Paul Cebar's massive record collection and some sparkling originals, written by John Sieger, often in tandem with Michael Feldman, a friend and now longtime host of Public Radio's Whad'ya Know?

Splitting lead duties with Sieger and Cebar was the lovely chanteuse, Robin Pluer. Owner of one the lovelier voice heard in the midwest, Ms. Pluer was a dollop of sweetness at the top of the band's deep range. Rounding out the lineup was Mike Sieger, John's brother and vocal doppelganger, who played bass. Original drummer Cy Costabile, was later replaced by Bobby Schneider and the saxophonist Juli Wood was replaced by keyboard/sax man Bob Jennings.

In it's prime, the band had a large following in Milwaukee, where they were pretty much the house band at the late, lamented Century Hall. They travelled well too, with fans in the Twin Cities, Chicago, Madison and even New York where they played legendary clubs like CBGB's, The Knitting Factory and The Lone Star. Their only record, Top Happy, came out in 198-. It featured a song produced by Nick Lowe, a fan who had stumbled across them after playing a show in Milwaukee. The record got great reviews and could have been the start of even bigger things, but like many bands, people were pulling, and being pulled, in different directions.

The positive result of their breakup was two, then three very vital and entertaining acts. There was Semi-Twang, which concentrated on John's songs and did a record, Salty Tears for Warner Brothers that gathered more love than sales. John later moved to nashville and had many of his songs recorded by artist like Dwight Yoakam, Flaco Jimenez and The Bodeans.

Paul and Robin continued with the beefed up and ever-popular Milwaukeeans, releasing a record in the 1990s on Shenachie that got radio play around the country. That lineup stayed around until Robin bid adieu. Tired of touring and now married, she headed to New York for a while, before returning. She has carved out a special niche between soul, swing, standards and the French chanson that she loves, and is still performing today.

In 2009 Semi-Twang reunited and have released two CDs, both of which garnered raves. Paul has continued non-stop, his latest was out last year with his most recent moniker, Tomorrow Sound. The three headed beast has been in rehearsal, tightening up songs old and new. The crowd at their first reunion gig in many years was up and dancing at the first down beat, you probably will be too.
          November 24 - The R&B Cadets      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The R&B Cadets
The R&B Cadets played their first gig shortly after New Year's in 1980 and their last in the summer of 1986. In that time they got a lot of folks out on the dance floor, playing a distinctive mix of of deep soul cuts from Paul Cebar's massive record collection and some sparkling originals, written by John Sieger, often in tandem with Michael Feldman, a friend and now longtime host of Public Radio's Whad'ya Know?

Splitting lead duties with Sieger and Cebar was the lovely chanteuse, Robin Pluer. Owner of one the lovelier voice heard in the midwest, Ms. Pluer was a dollop of sweetness at the top of the band's deep range. Rounding out the lineup was Mike Sieger, John's brother and vocal doppelganger, who played bass. Original drummer Cy Costabile, was later replaced by Bobby Schneider and the saxophonist Juli Wood was replaced by keyboard/sax man Bob Jennings.

In it's prime, the band had a large following in Milwaukee, where they were pretty much the house band at the late, lamented Century Hall. They travelled well too, with fans in the Twin Cities, Chicago, Madison and even New York where they played legendary clubs like CBGB's, The Knitting Factory and The Lone Star. Their only record, Top Happy, came out in 198-. It featured a song produced by Nick Lowe, a fan who had stumbled across them after playing a show in Milwaukee. The record got great reviews and could have been the start of even bigger things, but like many bands, people were pulling, and being pulled, in different directions.

The positive result of their breakup was two, then three very vital and entertaining acts. There was Semi-Twang, which concentrated on John's songs and did a record, Salty Tears for Warner Brothers that gathered more love than sales. John later moved to nashville and had many of his songs recorded by artist like Dwight Yoakam, Flaco Jimenez and The Bodeans.

Paul and Robin continued with the beefed up and ever-popular Milwaukeeans, releasing a record in the 1990s on Shenachie that got radio play around the country. That lineup stayed around until Robin bid adieu. Tired of touring and now married, she headed to New York for a while, before returning. She has carved out a special niche between soul, swing, standards and the French chanson that she loves, and is still performing today.

In 2009 Semi-Twang reunited and have released two CDs, both of which garnered raves. Paul has continued non-stop, his latest was out last year with his most recent moniker, Tomorrow Sound. The three headed beast has been in rehearsal, tightening up songs old and new. The crowd at their first reunion gig in many years was up and dancing at the first down beat, you probably will be too.
          Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler List Nashville Home for $7.9 Million: 'We're So Excited!'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler are moving on up! The couple recently listed their nearly 20,000-sq.-ft. Nashville home, which has been featured on their E! show Very Cavallari, for $7.9 million, according to Realtor.com. But as Cavallari, 31, tells PEOPLE, she and her husband have no plans to move out of Music City. "We're moving to a new house. We're moving to a lot more land and we'll have chickens and goats and animals and we're so excited!" The Hills alum shares. RELATED: Kristin Cavallari's Guide to Nashville - Including Her ‘Favorite Date Night' with Jay Cutler! . . .
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          American Rebel CEO Andy Ross Pays Tribute to His Legendary Father at the Bud Ross – Celebration of Life      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

NASHVILLE, TN / ACCESSWIRE / July 10, 2018 / American Rebel (OTCQB: AREB) CEO Andy Ross and his band performed during the Bud Ross - Celebration of Life May 20 in Chanute, KS. Bud Ross, 77, passed away March 10, 2018, after a short battle with cancer. Chanute was the home of Kustom Electronics and Birdview Satellite, renowned public companies founded by Andy's father Bud Ross. Thousands of Chanute residents worked at either Kustom or Birdview and many of them attended the Celebration of Life and shared with Andy how important to them their experiences and life lessons learned at Kustom and Birdview had been. Bud Ross founded Kustom Electronics in Chanute in 1964 and built the company into the world's largest manufacturer of sound equipment. By 1966 Kustom had become known for its powerful clean sound and iconic tuck-and-roll upholstery look. Kustom amps and speaker cabinets were used by The Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Leon Russell, Johnny Cash, The Jackson Five, and many others. Bud Ross was inducted into the Kansas Music Hall of Fame in 2006 for his contributions to music. In 1981, Bud Ross founded Birdview Satellite, which made the first widely affordable and technically advanced home satellite systems which became wildly popular in rural areas of the country. Bud Ross's well-known entrepreneurial spirit and ability to identify an opportunity clearly passed on to his son and is a strong element in the foundation of American Rebel. "When someone tells me I'm a chip off the old block, that's the greatest compliment anyone could ever give me," said Andy Ross. When Bud was playing in rock-n-roll bands in the early 1960s he became tired of amplifiers breaking down all the time, so Bud taught himself about electronics. Bud moved toward solid state technology and away from temperamental tube technology that was customary at that time. When Bud founded Birdview Satellite he identified an opportunity to improve upon technology and create a more affordable, consumer-friendly and dependable method of receiving television programming. Bud's son Andy wanted to have a backpack for his every day use that would safely conceal his handgun. Bud had loved to say, "How can you dream big if you're not seeing big?" Bud Ross had clearly shown his family and his employees how to see big and in 2004 Andy founded and took public Digital Ally (DGLY) and in 2014 Andy founded American Rebel - America's Patriotic Brand and their innovative line of concealed carry backpacks, coats, jackets, and apparel.

The Bud Ross - Celebration of Life featured six bands that performed in downtown Chanute to a big crowd that included youngsters and old friends of Bud's that had traveled many miles to pay tribute to their friend. There were a lot of tears when Andy dedicated his performance of his song "I Am My Father's Son" to his dad. It was a fitting tribute to a ground-breaking entrepreneur that had impacted the lives of his employees and their families, often paying college tuition for his employees' children and doing everything he could to lend a hand to those in need.

About American Rebel

American Rebel (OTC: AREB) was founded by Charles A. "Andy" Ross as America's Patriotic Brand. Andy has previously founded Digital Ally, Inc. (DGLY) and Ross Archery. American Rebel's initial product offering is its line of concealed carry products, which were launched at the 2017 NRA Annual Meeting. "There's a growing need to know how to protect yourself, your family, your neighbors or even a room full of total strangers," says American Rebel's CEO Andy Ross. "That need is in the forethought of every product we design." For more information on American Rebel, go to www.AmericanRebel.com.

American Rebel's Forward-Looking Safe Harbor

Statements under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act, as amended: with the exception of the historical information contained in this release, the matters described herein contain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties that may individually or mutually impact the matters herein described for a variety of reasons that are outside the control of the Company, including, but not limited to, projected revenues from the sales of its products through its other on-line channels, estimated market for its products, and statements about achieving its other development, growth, commercialization, financial and staffing objectives. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements as actual results could differ materially from the forward-looking statements contained herein. Readers are urged to read the risk factors set forth in the Company's most recent filing on Form S-1, annual report on Form 10-K, subsequent quarterly reports filed on Form 10-Q and other filings made with the SEC. Copies of these reports are available from the SEC's website or without charge from the Company.

Investor Relations Contact:

Emerging Markets Consulting, LLC
James S. Painter III, (407) 340-0226
jamespainter@emergingmarketsllc.com

SOURCE: American Rebel Holdings, Inc.

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          Trintech and KPMG to Bring Financial Transformation Series to Cities Across the United States      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Multi-city Events Held in Conjunction with KPMG LLP will Bring Together F&A Professionals to Discuss Finance Transformation Leading Practices

DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / July 10, 2018 / Trintech, a leading global provider of integrated, cloud-based Record to Report (R2R) software solutions for the office of finance, announced today its upcoming Financial Transformation Network & Learn Series designed to bring together Finance and Accounting (F&A) professionals to discuss the current state of finance and leading practices around financial transformation.

The series will be hosted in conjunction with KPMG LLP, a recognized leader in Finance Governance and Technology services and key alliance partner for Trintech.

"With a shared focus as leaders in the enterprise market, Trintech and KPMG have worked together over the years to help numerous finance organizations replace manual, error-prone financial close processes with greater automation, control and visibility," said Robert Michlewicz, Chief Revenue Officer at Trintech. "We are thrilled to be collaborating with KPMG on this Network & Learn series and to be sharing our joint experiences of successful financial transformation projects."

The Financial Transformation Network & Learn Series offers extensive peer networking opportunities and will feature thought leaders from Trintech and KPMG who will share customer case studies, and leading practice insights for a successful financial transformation. In addition, attendees can receive one CPE credit for attending the event.

"KPMG's financial reporting processes and implementation experience combined with Trintech's financial solutions portfolio helps companies establish an operational framework to cut costs and better manage organizational expectations," said Scott Cohen, Advisory Managing Director, Financial Management, KPMG LLP. "We are excited to support the Network & Learn series and provide attendees with new insights about how to gain greater value from their large-scale, financial transformation efforts."

Trintech & KPMG's Financial Transformation Series include the following cities and dates:

Houston, TX - August 21st Dallas, TX - August 23rd San Francisco, CA - September 18th Seattle, WA - September 20th New York City, NY - September 25th Bridgewater, NJ - September 27th Chicago, IL - October 16th Los Angeles, CA - October 16th Detroit, MI - October 18th Orange County, CA - October 18th Columbus, OH - November 13th Boston, MA - November 15th Charlotte, NC - January 29th

Trintech, Inc., is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Web site: www.nasba.org.

About Trintech

Trintech, Inc. pioneered the development of Financial Corporate Performance Management (FCPM) software to optimize the Record to Report process. From high volume transaction matching and streamlining daily operational reconciliations, to automating and managing balance sheet reconciliations, intercompany accounting, journal entries, disclosure and fiduciary reporting and bank fee analysis, to governance, risk and compliance - Trintech's portfolio of financial solutions, including Cadency®, Adra®, Trintech Disclosure Management®, ReconNET™ , T-Recs®, and UPCS® help manage all aspects of the financial close process. Over 3,100 clients worldwide - including the majority of the Fortune 100 - rely on the company's cloud-based software to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and improve governance and transparency across global financial organizations.

Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Trintech has offices located across the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, France, Ireland, the Netherlands and the Nordics, as well as strategic partners in South Africa, Latin America and Asia Pacific. To learn more about Trintech, visit www.trintech.com or connect with us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

Media Contact:

Kelli Shoevlin
(972) 739-1680
Kelli.Shoevlin@trintech.com

SOURCE: Trintech, Inc.

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          Ringo Starr Celebrates Peace And Love On His Birthday      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ringo Starr celebrated his birthday on Saturday, July 7, 2018, in Nice, France, where he joined friends and fans in front of Hard Rock Cafe Nice to share a “Peace & Love” salute at noon.

Ringo Starr celebrates his 78th birthday at Hard Rock Cafe Nice
Ringo Starr celebrates his 78th birthday at Hard Rock Cafe Nice
Credit/Copyright: Hard Rock International

Ringo was accompanied by friends and family including his wife, Lady Barbara Starkey, his brother-in-law Joe Walsh with wife Marjorie Walsh, Matt Sorum, and his All Starrs (including Graham Gouldman, Colin Hay, Steve Lukather, Gregg Rolie, Gregg Bissonette and Warren Ham). The now traditional “Peace & Love” moment invited fans from around the world to say, think or do “Peace & Love” at noon their time. This year’s tribute included celebrations in more than 60 countries.

At the event, Rudy Salles, Deputy Mayor for The City of Nice, welcomed the crowd, spoke to the importance of “Peace & Love” day and introduced a musical tribute, which was performed by Ringo’s current All Starr band. They played “Act Naturally” and “With A Little Help From My Friends,” and were joined by Joe Walsh who performed “Funk 49” before introducing the birthday boy – Ringo. Then the group did a countdown to a noon “Peace & Love” cheer, tossing out “Peace & Love” wristbands and Peace cookies to fans.

Starr began the tradition of celebrating a “Peace & Love” birthday with Hard Rock 10 years ago, when he and his wife Barbara joined throngs of fans on the streets of Chicago. The next celebration was a traffic-stopping event in front of Hard Rock Cafe New York in Times Square, with additional birthday stops in subsequent years at Hard Rock Cafe locations in Hamburg, Germany and Nashville, Tennessee.

From: http://www.looktothestars.org/news/18099-ringo-starr-celebrates-peace-and-love-on-his-birthday

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          July 10: Kelly Caldwell • Dave Mondy • Lawrence Lenhart • Elizabeth Boquet • Amber Carpenter • Kat Moore • Donald Carr • Sonja Livingston • Cindy Bradley • Elizabeth K. Brown      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Today we present ten more dispatches from June 21, 2018 to you. More details on the project here, but, in brief, we asked you to write about what happened on one day in June, and are publishing the results, largely unedited, for the next month and change, roughly ten a day. If you wrote something (it's not too late!), send us your work via this submission form by July 12 (it's okay if you didn't RSVP before: the more the merrier).

—The Editors



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KELLY CALDWELL

Overnight, someone left three fat softballs in the dog run in Tompkins Square Park, and this morning, the dogs are delirious with joy. A few skirmishes break out, but for the most part, the dogs just play. They tug-of-war, and take turns “losing.” They catch a softball and then coyly entice one another to chase. They race back and forth in pairs or clumps of three, shoulders bumping, fetching and catching, til all of their long, pink tongues are drooping out the sides of their mouths.
     In New York City, people avoid eye contact and don’t talk much to one another in public spaces, but in the Tompkins Square Park dog run, on early weekday mornings, it’s different. We talk. We know each other’s names, not just the dogs’. Usually, we move around, following our dogs, sipping hot drinks and chatting with whoever we’re nearest to.
     Today, though, we’re knitted together at one end of the run. The only thing on anyone’s mind is the news: More than 2,000 migrant children separated from their parents at the U.S. borders. It’s a firestorm that’s been raging for four days. We ruminate over the details: The audio released on Monday by ProPublica—seven minutes of children wailing, calling for Mami or Papa, and one clear, small voice repeating her aunt’s phone number again, and again. The ever-shifting and inadequate attempts by Administration officials to justify the policy. The lawsuit revealing that some children were subdued with powerful psychiatric drugs.
     We pause for a moment. A dissonance hangs over us, between the comic antics of our dogs and the heaviness in the air.
     It’s the stupid, pink dog dish all over again, I’m thinking.
     Three days ago, in my Advanced Memoir class, we talked about the subjective lens of the narrator, and a passage from Story Genius by Lisa Cron: “After all, we know from personal experience that when something genuinely horrid is going on, it’s always with us, no matter how much we pretend it isn’t. It not only filters everything we see, it tells us what to look for.”
     No matter what is happening in the scene, I told my students, you have to get the deeper emotion onto the page. The examples I gave were comparatively low-stakes: how after your first break-up, just buying your morning bagel was searing and poignant because it was your first break-up bagel.
     The example I did not give, but that I was thinking about, was of another morning in Tompkins Square Park, nine months earlier. My dog Pops and I had left the run, and stopped near the rose bushes so I could give him a drink before heading home. While I pulled out a water bottle and a hot pink collapsible dog dish from my bag, I was listening to NPR report that, in the wake of Hurricane Maria, more than half the people in Puerto Rico didn’t have clean water. In desperation, Puerto Ricans had reopened wells that were closed because of superfund-level contamination; they were drinking water mixed with untreated sewage. Water-borne diseases were breaking out, and health officials were worried about cholera.
     Puerto Rican men, women, and children are at risk of cholera, I thought, and I’m pouring filtered water into a pink, plastic dish for my dog.
     I’m not apologizing for watering a thirsty animal. That’s my responsibility. It is also someone’s responsibility to bring clean water to Puerto Rico.
     That was October, and still, every time I pull out that stupid pink bowl, I remember it. I’m thinking about it again, this morning, as Pops and I leave the run and I take out the dish. Thankfully, I’m interrupted, because we bump into Kate, a work colleague and a poet. She and I are both a bit sheepish at first, because she’s in workout clothes and I’m in grubby dog run clothes, but we get over it pretty quickly, partly because Pops is mugging and wriggling for her attention, but also partly because we’re genuinely delighted to see each other. “I can’t believe we’ve lived this close to each other all this time!” she says.
     That’s another thing I love about this park. In the heart of Manhattan’s East Village, it’s a magnet that draws in everyone. As Kate and I chat, there’s a teenage girl, possibly a runaway, panhandling for change, while nearby, parents in expensive suits and shoes lead backpack-laden kids to the bus stop. An older Hispanic man wheels a giant speaker past us—he’s a fixture here. He’ll set up near the basketball courts and blast salsa music for hours. The benches are all dotted with people in coveralls or khakis or sapphire blue blazers, eating egg sandwiches, drinking coffee, and scrolling on their phones, a few moments of quiet before heading to work.
     At my work, it’s a day of meeting, talking, and teaching. I interview a teaching candidate who wrote and illustrated a charming and funny picture book about a mouse and a chipmunk fighting over an acorn. Lesson? Learn to share. One of our interns wants to write an op-ed about the treatment of women in the music industry, and we work together to develop her ideas. I trade emails with my friend and fellow teacher Mary, who I haven’t seen since April, when she got hit by a car. She gives me an update on her shattered leg, and I tell her how much everyone at the office misses her.
     I’m running late to dinner, but I take a big, blue CitiBike down the Hudson River Parkway anyway. I don’t want to risk being even later because of a subway delay, but also, I want to take in the sunset. I’m not the only one with that idea—the paths are crowded with New Yorkers jogging and strolling and biking, and I have to pay extra close attention, because everyone’s eyes are trained on the river. Tonight, the sunset really is that beautiful.
     Dinner is a celebration. After two years of working in DC, our friend Indrani  found a great job back home in New York City, and she and her wife Dina are finally living under the same roof again. They got married last August and after their honeymoon, they rode separate trains to separate homes. Commuter relationships put a strain on both partners, and though Dina and Indrani handled it well, my husband and I could see it wearing on them. You can acknowledge your privilege all day long—we’re lucky we can afford two apartments, they’d say; we’re lucky to have such great support, they’d say—but when you’re exhausted because you got up at 4a.m. to take a three-hour train ride to work, you’re exhausted. When you yearn for someone, you yearn for them.
     Kent and I are thrilled that this separation is over, and selfishly, we’re thrilled that we’ll get to see our friends more often now. Indrani’s office is not far from mine, and we talk about meeting for lunch or after work in Bryant Park, a swath of green behind the New York Public Library, the branch with the stone lions.
     When our drinks come, we raise our glasses and all four of us toast at once. “Welcome home, Indrani!” I say. “Here’s to good friends and more good times together,” Dina says. “Well done, Indrani,” Kent says.
     Indrani chimes in last. “Here’s to being together,” she says, her voice thick with emotion.
     It brings everything to a screeching halt, and for one long moment, we gaze at one another, anguished. We will carry on with our celebrating, but all evening, thrumming beneath everything, is one, insistent thought: It’s not a privilege, being with the people you love. Or, it shouldn’t be. 
     At home, Kent and I find that Pops has soiled the living room floor. After more than two years of good behavior, he’s insulted the rug three times in just the last week. It’s been a busy week, and Pops has been home alone a little more than usual. “He might be a bit too accustomed to having you around,” I say to Kent as we clean up.
     But secretly, I sympathize. When your people are missing, you’ve got to do something.

—Kelly Caldwell

Kelly Caldwell teaches creative nonfiction and is dean of faculty at Gotham Writers Workshop. 





DAVE MONDY

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—Dave Mondy

Dave Mondy's essays have been named Notable in Best American Essays 2015 and 2017, Best American Sports Writing 2017, and have appeared in Best Food Writing 2014 and 2015. He has also received multiple Solas Awards for his travel writing. His work can be found in Slate, The Iowa Review, The Cincinnati Review, and elsewhere. He received his MFA in Creative Nonfiction from The University of Arizona, and he's currently working on a book about the true stories and strange truths hidden within famous sports photos. www.davemondy.com 





LAWRENCE LENHART 

DO

I peek over the wife-shaped hump in the bed, see the baby monitor lit green. Our eleven-month-old son is standing in his crib, his fingers curled around the rungs. We had decided the night before that I would be the one to wake with him this morning.

THINK

This is a good system, deciding on these sorts of things the night before as it prevents the kind of pleading, arguing, groveling that happened during the first months (e.g., “I did it the last two days. Will you get him today?” “I didn’t get to bed until late. I need more sleep.” “I fed him twice last night. Will you please step the fuck up?”).

DO

I alternate between sleepy eyes as I change his diaper, throw it in the pail, remind myself I need to change the bag SOON.

DO

In the kitchen, I make a bowl of cereal for myself (Trader Joe’s Vanilla Almond) and prepare a goblet of Cheerios (no milk) for Milo. That’s my son.

DO

I set him on the floor in the living room and surround him with his favorite toys. He smiles at me like he’s just hit the jackpot. Like he might be spoiled. I turn on The Vietnam War. I’m only 6.5 hours into the 18-hour Ken Burns documentary.

THINK

I am watching it because 1) it’s summer and I have the time; 2) it fits into my ritualist disenchantment process with America; and 3) my wife just discovered (through Ancestry.com) that she has a half-Vietnamese uncle. Apparently, her grandfather had an affair during the war. After some encouragement from his Amerasian friends, her half-uncle signed up for an Ancestry account and discovered his half-sister (my mother-in-law).

THINK

There’s this one thread that’s not working concerning Denton Crocker Jr. (aka Mogie). I see what Burns is trying to do with his story, and maybe that’s the problem. It’s a Stalinesque maneuver: a single death is a tragedy/a million deaths is a statistic. Oh, wait: spoiler alert.

DO

I look up the wonderfully mimetic word ‘loblolling’ after a Vietnam veteran uses it to describe bombs descending toward the earth, toward his platoon.

DO

Milo has recently been fascinated with a martyoshka-style book. There are ten cubes total, and the walls of each cube are illustrated (with a snake, a saguaro, a cactus wren).

THINK

I worry that if he gnaws the smallest one too much, he will deface it beyond recognition and I won’t remember what it says when he’s verbal and asks, “What did it use to say?”

DO

I take a picture of each side of the cube just in case. Milo crawls away, and I pull him back by his leg. He crawls away again, and I pull. He cracks up.

DO

Milo and I take the tortoise to the backyard. I fill his bath with water from the hose. I admire the bath that I’ve created. It’s an inverted RV skylight filled with landscaping rocks, positioned in a dry stream in the backyard.

THINK

I worry there is too much pine pitch in the bath. I think I read tortoises can die if they ingest sap.

DO

The tortoise excuses himself from the bath and begins wandering through the yard. I hoist Milo to the bells we’ve hung from branches in the tree. We walk from bell to bell. I call it Bell Walk (a pun after Sedona’s Bell Rock). I ask him if he remembers when we bought these bells at Byodo-In Temple in Oahu. These at the Ferry Building in San Francisco. These in—I don’t remember where we got these.

DO

My wife wakes up. I give her a kiss. She wrinkles her nose in resistance because she hasn’t brushed her teeth yet. While she feeds Milo, I go for a run. I run across the cul-de-sac, down the mulch trail to the paved trail, along the paved trail past the park and into the designated “open space,” which is a ponderosa meadow. I cross the road to the trail’s extension (1.0 mile), all the way to the airport (1.74 miles). I turn around, facing the mountain now, and do my best to negative split. My IT band begins hurting, a years-old injury that I can’t seem to overcome. I check my time at the 5K (a sluggish 26:31).

THINK

While running, I start daydreaming about when I used to run in high school. I think about our rivals, Latrobe High—alma mater of Arnold Palmer and Fred Rogers. I wonder if their coach was really as shrewd as we made him out to be. It’s the coach’s responsibility to walk the visiting team all around the 3.1-mile course before the meet. I am remembering the time he gave us the wrong directions. I turned right and had to backtrack, which cost us the match. We assumed he did it on purpose, but maybe he didn’t. I think I am finally coming to peace with this defeat now, twelve years later. It is as cathartic as it is pathetic.

DO

I finish the run. On a boulder at the end of my driveway, I sit and analyze the splits on my running app.

DO

We leave the house as a family. Go to coffee, lunch, the playground, Walgreen’s. We need to kill two hours while the cleaners do their thing.

META

(At this point, I feel the need to defend this very bourgeois sentence. But I don’t feel like it this time.)

SUMMARY

Coffee highlight: none.

Lunch highlight: the men behind us—workers on their lunch break—speak English until six police enter the building, at which point they begin speaking in mostly Spanish. I tell Andie I need to wash my hands before we leave. I look at myself in the mirror in the bathroom and can’t work myself up to smile. I cry a little bit. Because there’s no line as I cross the counter on the way back, I decide to buy a $1 sugar cone. I hand it to Andie who shares it with Milo. I congratulate myself on being a good father, good husband. 

THINK

There was a time in my life when I thought sharing an ice cream cone with other mouths was the ultimate repulsion.

SUMMARY

Playground highlights: A man locks his car with a padlock and tries to make Milo laugh by putting a cup in his mouth like a beak. Milo doesn’t laugh. We forgot the sunscreen, so Milo has to stay mostly in the shade. There are drums and xylophones and chimes on the playground. Andie picks up the mallets and begins playing. She used to be in the drum pit in high school. Milo smiles as she plays. I smile too. We’ve been together for six years, but she still finds new ways to entertain me.

SUMMARY

Walgreen’s highlight: They changed her birth control on her again. We curse at the misogyny of it. My prescription isn’t ready. I worry that I’ll be wheezing in Belize. I say it aloud: “I’ll be wheezing in Belize.” Andie replies: “I won’t let that happen to you.” She is so emphatic and protective, it makes us both laugh. Her tone was clearly accidental. She immediately calls our GP and reups my prescription.

THINK

It would have taken me at least 3 days to make that call on my own.

DO

Because we haven’t quite killed two hours, we decide to look for houses for Andie’s parents who are thinking about moving to Flagstaff. We discover a new neighborhood in Flagstaff and drive laps around it, three times. We find “the perfect house” for them, but then discover there are phone lines criss-crossing over the backyard. Andie’s dad will veto. It’s no longer the perfect house.

DO

Milo is sleeping in the carseat. We have a mirror attached to the back-center headrest that reflects his activities back to the rearview mirror. I wave to him, and he waves back, choppily. When he falls asleep, I peek at him. My new car tells me: “Driver Attention is Low.” Fuck that. I’m paying attention.

DO

“Do you not want your Father’s Day card?” Andie asks. I tell her I do. “Then why did you put it with the old mail?” I remind her I was just consolidating stacks of paper the day before when my friend Mia came over. I go to the bathroom.

META

(Come to think of it, I must have gone to the bathroom earlier too. I just didn’t record it. Not paying attention after all.)

THINK

Here, I am reminded of Georges Perec’s Species of Spaces. I think about this one exercise in the book, very similar to this “What Happened on June 21” series, in which a family wakes up and goes through their morning routines. The woman is running around, trying to help her husband get on his way to work with pressed clothes and a good breakfast. She does the same for the son. It’s very suburban. Just like us, I suppose. And then, the surveillance-style narrator reports that in her first moment alone, the woman goes to the WC and “performs her toilet.” No matter how objective the narration is, I think it’s supposed to be comical. You have to read it.

DO

Andie calls her parents. She yells at her mom because her dad is so picky about the housing. I FaceTime my mom, and she and Milo spend a few minutes waving at each other.

DO

Andie watches television (The Bachelor) while she plays with Milo. Halfway in, she says, “I don’t think I’m going to watch this show anymore.” She’s been saying that for the past four seasons, maybe more. I work on my book proposal. It’s the boring part of the book proposal where I’m supposed to compare my proposed book to other titles on the market. I spend a lot of time trying to find a less specific word for “doudouism,” or at least one with a less French connotation. It leads me to an essay by Frantz Fanon. I download a couple essays by Epeli Hau’ofa, read them. Wish I had the whole book. ILL it. I encounter Jane McAdam’s name on several texts.

THINK

I would like to meet Jane McAdam someday, ideally in a casual setting like, “Oh, you’re Jane McAdam? That’s cool. I really like your ideas. I just ordered a caipirinha. Would you like something as well?”

THINK AGAIN

I wonder if this sounds like I’m trying to pick her up. I’m not. I decide she’ll decide for herself.

DO

Andie pauses the television, and asks, “Is that a tear?” The man currently on a one-on-one (date) with the bachelorette is talking about his divorce. He is being unusually vulnerable. I look at his glistening cheek and confirm that he is, in fact, crying. She continues watching the show.

THINK

Because my friend Joe spoiled the show for me (“So, how about I was with Carly the other night and she told me that X wins the Bachelor?” he texted), I don’t have to pretend to care about the evolving chemistry of the bachelorette and her misbehaved contestants. At the time, I chastised Joe, but now I think I should thank him.

DO

With the show over and the book proposal nearly finished, we take turns getting ready. We are going on a date tonight—our first in months. I text the babysitter’s mom with some details. They live across the street. I put Gillian Welch on shuffle (Spotify). We are going to the Gillian Welch concert tonight. I text my uncle one of the songs: “Here is a song by the musician we’re seeing tonight. It reminds me of something you would like. Very Appalachian,” I say. Andie puts on an olive romper-style jumpsuit. I love the way it looks on her. She curls her hair. Puts glitter on her chest. Picks up Milo. He spits up on her outfit, and we take turns scrubbing and blow-drying the stain. It doesn’t come out. She threatens to change her outfit. And I say, ‘No, you still look great.” She keeps the outfit on. I get ready while Andie walks the babysitter through each room of the house. It’s her first time watching Milo. I use the following products to get ready (in this order): rosemary shampoo, oatmeal exfoliating body scrub, Neutrogena facewash, Dollar Shave Club lather and razor, Proraso aftershave, Degree deodorant, BVLGARI AQVA cologne, Aquafresh toothpaste, TheraBreath Oral Rinse. “I like her voice,” my uncle texts. “It’s soothing.”

THINK

I promise myself that I’ll go to my uncle’s funeral when he dies.

DO

I cry in the mirror.

THINK

Because I don’t wear makeup, crying before a date doesn’t really change anything.

DO

Laugh a little.

THINK

I have been depressed for about 40 days now. Most days, I am functional. I do a good job of hiding it to the point where Andie usually forgets and Milo doesn’t notice. I congratulate myself on my covert depression.

DO

I change Milo’s diaper, get the tortoise out of the backyard. There’s a spider attached to his tail. It “balloons” through the air. We quietly leave the house, not even saying goodbye to our son for fear he’ll freak out.

DO

We go to the Annex for dinner. Our first seat doesn’t work out because one of the ladies at the table next to us is desperate for attention. She actually said, “Look at me in this picture” while pointing at her phone’s screen. Look at me. We eat at the bar instead. Andie tells me about a word she’s invented in a new poem: crud-rudder. I love it. We have fun talking about that word. We discuss the neologisms of Paul Celan. I tell her about loblolling. She likes that word too. We start talking about Vietnam, but then the mescal cocktail is too good. I tell her that when I’m in Tucson tomorrow, I’ll buy a whole case of mescal. We both knows it’s just a fantasy, that it’s unlikely I’ll even buy a single bottle. I feel myself blushing as she talks. “We used to talk about your poetry a lot,” I say to her. I’m reminded of our first dates together—back in Tucson. We’re both giddy. Our friends text. They’re already at the concert. We don’t rush. Not until Nicole texts “Two songs in.” Then we pay the bill and repark the car.

DO

The cashier at Will Call hands me the tickets so quickly, it makes me think I’m the last person to arrive. The Orpheum is packed, but silent—everyone listening to Welch’s “serene” vox.

THINK

I realize I haven’t been to a church since Ireland two summers ago. Before that, it had been a few years more. That’s two churches in five years.

DO

After the first set, I see Ted. I see Peter. I see Luke. I see another Luke. Each of them has seen Gillian Welch before. Peter and Luke are talking about the status of their chicken coops. Each has eight chickens. “But who’s counting,” Peter asks. “I am,” I say, somewhat seriously.

THINK

I want to ask: Are eight chickens the recommended number for a starter package? Instead, I just listen.

DO

I see Annette. She congratulates me on my new job, but reminds me that there are others, including herself, that are not so lucky. I say something like, “My new contract doesn’t start until August.”

THINK

I worry I sound cocky. Really, I’m just nervous and worried about professional confrontation.

DO

Andie is talking to her friends during the second set. I step away. Standing strategically between speaker and subwoofer, I enjoy a private view of Gillian. I see the new white boots she’s been complaining about (the left one hurts). I see her age, but refuse to put a number to it. In between songs, I go to the merch table and buy Andie a shirt (“the pink one”) and Milo a poster (signed). I ask the cashier where she’s from, if she plays music too. She’s from Nashville. And yes, she plays music too. She detects her own redundancy as we exchange money. Andie doesn’t like the gin and tonic I get her, so I get her Maker’s Mark instead. I get a cup of cubes in case she wants it on the rocks. And a cup with ginger beer in case she wants a mixer.

THINK

Andie’s concert etiquette is often brazen. The thrill of a good performance does it to her. I am reminded of her earlier that day, banging the xylophone with the mallets.

THINK

She still has secrets, I think. In a good way.

DO

Her talking during someone’s favorite song causes a large, angry man to approach her. He waves his hand in front of her face demonstratively and forbids her from speaking for the rest of the show. If it was anyone else asking her to stop talking, I would feel mortified. But because it’s this guy+telling her to stop talking, I feeling activated. Erik and I walk toward him until his back is literally against the wall.

THINK

I wonder if I am immature for craving a fight.

DO

“Do you know how many square feet are in this place?” I ask him. He shoves me. His girlfriend hails security. “Go find another spot,” I tell him. My lips inches from his.

THINK

It’s kind of erotic.

THINK AGAIN

Maybe that’s the point?

DO

They leave. All this adrenaline at a sedate Gillian Welch show gives me cognitive dissonance. Andie and I stand apart from our friends during the encore. She sings “Look at Miss Ohio.” Andie cries a little. For the past eleven months, we have been singing this melody at bedtime, replacing “Miss Ohio” with “Mr. Milo” as in “Oh me oh my oh, look at Mr. Milo.” I cry too.

THINK

It feels more appropriate to cry at a concert than in the mirror.

DO

Andie asks me to text the babysitter, but my phone is dead. We hurry home. Inside the door, we see the babysitter at the edge of the couch. The cat is on the arm of the couch. “Riding the rails,” my friend Tommy calls it. “How’s Milo?” Andie asks. “He’s so cute,” the babysitter says. She’s young. Cuteness matters. “How’d it go?” my wife wants to know. “It was good. He had a hard time falling asleep.”

THINK

I remember how difficult it was for me to answer How questions when I was younger, especially that one time at the barber. “How are you doing, Larry?” Nancy would ask me. I got tongue-tied. My parents never asked me questions like that.

DO

The babysitter has rearranged the pillows on the couch. They’re symmetrical, cool. I almost take a picture to remember the formation, but remember my phone is still dead. I ask Andie if maybe it was the cleaners who did it. “No,” she says. I go to the bathroom—

META

(oh yeah, I forgot: I went to the bathroom once at the concert too…) Have you ever seen the episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm where a receptionist [Chacha] in Larry David’s office building counts the frequency with which he uses the restroom?

DO 

“Come check this out,” I call for Andie from the bathroom. She enters dubiously. I point at the end of the toilet paper. It’s folded into a triangle. “Did the babysitter do this?” I ask. “Now that was cleaners,” Andie says. And then almost immediately: “Aww, that means the babysitter didn’t use the bathroom the whole time we were gone.” We both laugh at that.

DO

We talk in bed, each of us taking turns yanking the concert wristbands off. Apropos nothing, my wife falls asleep while telling me about her first orgasm. “Why are you telling me this?” I ask. Then, she says it was during her first night of babysitting. “I was very young,” she said, almost nervously. It was on a couch after the kid went to bed.

THINK

Not that I was really trying to, but I can’t picture our babysitter masturbating. I congratulate myself on a failed imagination.

DO

“Andie?” I ask. “Andie?” again. She is sleeping. I scroll through my charging phone, realizing I’ve recorded too much of my day, that I’ll inevitably have to leave a lot out.

OUTTAKES 

Descendents’ “Suburban Home”—ironic or not?

Pause Bachelor to stare at infographic on suicide rates.

Dave Rawlings (who plays with Gillian Welch). I’d like to look like him when I’m older. Great autograph.

Fifteen minutes wasted practicing time signatures on my knee—5/4 is fun

I’ve never had to fire someone per se, but I did have to kick a bass player out of my punk band in high school. (Sorry, Geoff!)

My car’s corrective driving makes me a less retaliatory driver, but gives me cognitive dissonance.
Before they’re sentences, these notes feel like a bloated Jason Bredle poem.
Lawrence Lenhart

Lawrence Lenhart holds an MFA from the University of Arizona. His essay collection, The Well-Stocked and Gilded Cage, was published in 2016 (Outpost19). His prose appears in Creative Nonfiction, Fourth Genre, Gulf Coast, Passages North, Prairie Schooner, and elsewhere. He is a professor of fiction, nonfiction, and climate science writing at Northern Arizona University and a reviews editor and assistant fiction editor of DIAGRAM.





ELIZABETH K. BROWN

What Happened on June 21, 2018: brain-eating amoeba, commitment, and left-over burgers

Mornings are sometimes tense between Adam, and me. Adam is my fiancé. [1] Adam thinks my morning routine takes too long. His morning routine is to wake up and immediately take a shit, then proceed from there. My morning routine follows: pee, scrape tongue, brush teeth, nasal irrigation, eye drops, splash face with water. Because we only have one bathroom, I’m often forced to complete my morning routine at the kitchen sink. I use a purple ceramic neti pot filled with water that is initially filtered through a Big Berkey water filtration system, and a quarter teaspoon of uniodized Morton’s Salt. [2] (Distilled water is recommended to avoid introducing bacteria and brain-eating amoeba to my nasal passages, where these bacteria and brain-eating amoeba can live and cause potentially fatal infections, but I don’t use distilled water. [3])
     To avoid having to use the kitchen sink, I try to get out of bed a few minutes before Adam and take care of my business before he gets out of bed and insists on the need to take care of his. If I miss this small window of opportunity, I do small chores around the house. This morning, Adam was up first and so I put away the laundry that had been hanging for days on three separate drying racks in our living room. After he was finished, he lit the lilac and hyacinths candle that sits on the back of the toilet. [4] But, even with the candle, I continued to pace around the house with my toothbrush poking out of my mouth instead of returning to the bathroom to brush my teeth in the steamy-from-the-shower, lilac-imbued stink of our small bathroom. [5]
     After the pacing, I completed my routine and we convened in the kitchen. In the kitchen, at approximately 7:30a.m., I suggested (not for the first time) that Adam see a therapist. As you can imagine, this was a fantastic way to start to the day for both of us.

Me: “I know you think that we’re having a hard time because we’re both in stressful situations and that it will all get better once work quiets down for you, but the reality is that if things go as we talk about wanting them to go in our Five Year Plan—both of us starting graduate school, buying a house, having babies, getting married, all that—this is only the tip of the iceberg.” [6]

Me: “Especially the whole baby thing. Just imagine all of this going on between us if we were only ever allowed to get two or three consecutive hours of sleep for months on end? Imagine it. Imagine!!!” [7]

Me: “Don’t you think things have been better between us since I started seeing a therapist again?”

Me: “I love you and I think it would be better for us if you also had a stronger support network, or at least started to cultivate that now. I know you talk about not having that since moving to St. Louis, but from what you’ve told me, you haven’t really had the kind of support I’m talking about, and that you deserve, ever. Would you agree with that?”

Me: “Does that resonate with you? Does what I’m saying resonate with you?” [8]

Me: “When you glance at your watch when I’m in the middle of sharing something with you, I feel like you’re not listening.”

Me: “What I need from you is for you to communicate with me if you’re getting anxious about time. Okay? See, there’s another example of something I learned in therapy, or sort of. Actually, that was just yoga school.”

Me: “What do you mean what am I talking about? The When you ______ , I feel ______ , what I need is ______ formula. Oh, really? Well, we can talk about it tonight.”

Me: “I still have the names of the therapists my therapist gave me when I asked her for recommendations for you a couple of months ago. But that was when I wanted to stop having to break things down for you about what I was going through with all the sexual stuff. This is different.”

Me: “Please stop looking at your watch.”

Me: “Have you heard back from your Aunt Nancy yet about driving to Dayton this weekend? I need to know so I can see about getting someone to cover my shift on Sunday. Do you want me to go along?”

Me: “What’s different is that I don’t feel crazy. I’m not crazy!”

Me: “No, I’m not going to send the names of the therapists unless you ask me, so don’t say, “If you want to send them.” This is about what you want. I’m just trying to be clear about what I want and what my needs are.”

Me: “You know when I’m angry that doesn’t mean I don’t love you.”

Then, he left for work.

I had the day off. I had a lot of things on my list of things to do. I only accomplished a few of them, and not even the highest priorities. When Adam returned home for lunch, I was angry at him for the way our morning began and the way this beginning impacted me and my state of mind—and, therefore, my productivity. All morning, I had the apartment to myself. It was quiet but for the buzzing of the neighbors’ air conditioning compressors, so easily heard through the single-pane windows at all times. After Adam left for work, I made myself pancakes and slathered them with butter and grape jelly and a scoop of Greek yogurt. I ate the pancakes while reading the contributor’s notes and correspondence sections for the March or May issue of The Sun Magazine. It was a very pleasant hour.
     Then I moved slowly down the list of things to do. I made several calls to United Healthcare and the orthopedic office at the Barnes-Jewish hospital in go in order to try to figure out how much it would cost me out-of-pocket after insurance to get an MRI (a lot), a call to the dentist to confirm my appointment for a six-month cleaning (feeling on top of things), wrote an email to a friend about the “What Happened on June 21, 2018” project (with a commitment to participate), and made a few changes to and comments on my sister’s cover letter and resume (much easier to get into than working on my own resume). I put the dishes away from last night’s dinner and did dishes from breakfast. I practiced yoga with the guidance of an audio recording and did my physical therapy exercises. And finally, I wrote out my work schedule for next week in my planner. [9] I stared at the weeks and months that make up the rest of the summer. They seemed spent already.
     Around noon, Adam came home for lunch. He works only a few blocks away and so often comes home for lunch. He works for the city and his office is on the fourth floor with a view, in an old octagonal building that was originally built to house a women’s magazine in—I’ll look up the year later, but I think it was the early 1900s. When he came home and poked his head in the “office” (my bedroom) to ask if I wanted any eggs, I tried to ignore him. I carried on emailing my friend as if I were doing important work.
     “No thank you,” I said, still staring intently at the screen. He made himself some eggs and the kitchen had that fishy smell from burning olive oil in the cast iron skillet. When he was done cooking, I went to the kitchen and started to make myself lunch: a salad with strawberries, green onions, a lemon garlic dressing, chopped pecans, and shredded parmesan. As I spun greens in the salad spinner, he walked in with his plate in hand to eat at the butcher block. He was trying to spend time with me.
     “How was your day so far?” I asked. I was trying to be cool, or at least to avoid “getting into things” again. But all he said was, “Fine.” Okay, I thought, so that’s what we’re doing. Pretty soon, we were back to the question of whether or not we’re “on the same page” in our house hunting search and who’s leading the way in terms of the “authentic communication” we both talk about wanting.

Adam: “I’m sorry about the house. I just wasn’t ready to make a decision so quickly.”

Adam: “Is there never a time that you feel like I also contribute to honest communication?”

Adam: “I’m trying really hard. I feel overwhelmed.”

Adam: “Yes, I am. Every day that I go to work I’m working toward our future family together!”

You can probably imagine my side of things. We stood in the kitchen hugging for a while. I tried to kiss him, but he went for my forehead instead.
     This morning, when he went to leave on his bicycle, he didn’t say, “I love you.” He just said, “See you later.” I followed him to the door and said, “I love you,” sort of angrily. I didn’t want to deal with feeling guilty for leaving on a bad note if he were to get hit by a car and become brain damaged or paralyzed on the way to work. [10] He relented and said, “I love you, too.” I think it’s okay to say it even when you aren’t necessarily feeling it. I do this all the time with my family. I think maybe we were trying to connect in the kitchen after lunch so that “I love you” would come more naturally when he left again.
     After our brief embrace, he told me about some work stuff and I complained about the cost of health care in the U.S. I reported back to him some of the horrors I’d heard on NPR that morning. And then he put his helmet on and left for work and I got back to my important emails to friends.

I got to my therapist’s office at 3:30 even though my normal slot is 2:30. We scheduled this one for 3:30 because I asked if I could get a later slot now that I’m working Thursday mornings. Today (Thursday) was the only day she could do 3:30, so we scheduled it. But then I didn’t get scheduled for work today. When I arrived at 3:30, she said she’d been expecting me at 2:30. However, instead of apologizing profusely and insisting I must have been the one who got mixed up, I said what I knew to be true, which was that we’d scheduled it for 3:30 weeks ago. As it turned out, she had 45 minutes until her next client, so I stepped over her dog, Herbie, and sat down in the recliner.
I was sort of hoping, when she said she had been expecting me at 2:30, that she wouldn’t have time and I wouldn’t have to stay. I’d been taking a nap before driving over and wasn’t really feeling like talking. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to talk about. I’ve actually been feeling sort of hopeful about things for a couple of days, maybe more like 36 hours. And it’s been really nice. I thought going to therapy might ruin the nice, hopeful feeling. [11]
     For the entire session, I talked about Adam. I told my therapist all the details about the house we had looked at last Friday and about the way he’d resisted my intuition and put up a wall. I told her how these things had really pissed me off. I said I was still attached to the idea of the house, which someone else put an offer on immediately upon viewing, which is what I would have liked to do, and the seller accepted it before we even had a chance to put one together. Adam wanted to sleep on it. I told him, “We can’t sleep on it with the market the way it is!” I said this as if I were a realtor or had any real understanding of “the market.” All I knew was that I had written to the realtor the week before that what I (we) really wanted was something grandma had lived in for 50 years and then the universe gave us exactly that. The woman selling the house had lived in it for 52 years and had just moved out of state to be closer to family. And here’s the real kicker, the sign from the divine that we were meant to put in an offer immediately and not “sleep on it”: the grandma’s last name was Brown.
     My last name is Brown.
     And Adam’s last name is Brown.
     And we’re not even married yet. It’s just coincidence that we have the same last name. [12]
So, obviously, this was a sign. I was sold on the place—big, dry basement (for him to play music) with a finished bathroom (bonus); big yard with enough sun for a big garden; on a cul-de-sac (with children playing in the street = instant friends for my niece and nephew when they visit); and the price was right. But Adam didn’t want to hear it. All he could see was the carpet and wallpaper and huge ornate dining room set. He was anxious about being late to dinner with friends and didn’t want to go over the details of the contract even though I had my notebook and pen out and was taking notes as we re-capped things with our realtor. He wanted to sleep on it and talk about it the next day, even though I had to work at 7:00 the next morning and had already explained to him that I wouldn’t be available to discuss anything until the evening, which would probably be too late. And so, we went to dinner. And we didn’t get the house.
     I told all of this to my therapist, who doesn’t usually hear too much about my current life but instead hears a lot about my childhood and the many questions I have about my childhood. She said my energy was different and that she thought it was because I was talking about issues that were grounded in the present and not in the past. I guess that’s a good thing. Present. Not past.
     People keep telling us that purchasing a home is one of the most stressful things for a couple. I keep telling Adam that he should trust me more because I’m naturally a more practical person. He keeps telling me that he just needs more time because it’s a big decision. All this desire for more time makes my therapist wonder if the two of us aren’t quite ready for commitment. People keep asking us if we have a date set and I give the same line about how I didn’t want to be looking at venues for a reception and tent rental companies when I was supposed to be finishing my thesis for graduate school in the spring. Or I say that Adam’s starting grad school in the fall and I’m planning to start (another program) in the spring, so the earliest we’re thinking is next summer or fall. Sometime. Maybe a year from now. Who knows! Or else I say that we don’t have any money, which isn’t not true. Or that we’re trying to buy a house, which maybe isn’t true after all.
     My therapist asked some questions that resonated: Are you sure you’re ready to buy a house together? Are you sure you’re both ready for that type of commitment? 
Me: “Well…we might just put it in Adam’s name because we haven’t combined finances. I can’t imagine doing that! Super scary. I’ll just sort of pay him rent. And if I help out with household projects and renovations, we’ll figure out a way to make that fair for me. I’ll get a stake in the property, or he’ll take some agreed upon amount off the top of my rent that month. So really, it’s not that big of a commitment. We just want to stop paying our slum-lord-y landlord rent. And I really want a yard so I can have a garden.”
     Of course, then the therapist asks if I’m sure I want to get married, with all this talk of paying him rent and making things fair. I have a ring on my finger, but the truth is, I’m not sure. And neither is he. Is anyone ever totally sure? [13]
     From the beginning, I told Adam I wouldn’t marry him until he was out of debt. And that I wouldn’t have kids with him until at least one of us had a stable income. [14] And that health insurance would be good. Just a few months ago, for my 31st birthday, he tucked a printout of his credit card statement into a birthday card. It had a $0.00 balance. Happy Birthday, honey. I paid off my credit card! I guess now my “yes” is now more official than it was when he pulled the ring out of his sweatpants pocket in front of City Hall on our walk home from the library last September. 
     Anyway, it’s been three and a half years since we met, and we’ve been living together for about three of those and engaged for, I guess, about nine months. I’m on his insurance plan through work, but I pay him for it. We share a car (really, it’s mine) and a phone plan, split according to use. We split bills and groceries. [15] Here’s what my therapist wanted to know: Did Adam’s hesitation to purchase the $75,000 starter home of our dreams have a deeper meaning? And her questions led me to my own line of questioning: Is my dharma to bake lemon bars for my fiancé’s office co-workers and create a detailed filing system for all of our shared accounts and household projects (user manuals, car insurance statements, notes on construction loan products we might look into)? Or should I be focusing on my writing and the evening writing classes I keep talking about putting together to teach and job applications so that I can stop waitressing? In other words, should I be focusing on my own life? On “me” instead of “we”?

After therapy, I went to Starbucks to write down what happened, something I do most weeks. [16] I ordered an iced chai latte and texted back and forth with my sister for a while, then located the graduate course I plan to take in the fall in the course catalog and noted the time. I started another “to-do” list for tonight, which had “What Happened on June 21, 2018?” at the top. [17] Then I went across the street and purchased the pair of running shoes I’d placed on hold last week because I’d wanted time to think about the decision before committing to the $93.75 investment. It started to rain.

By the time I went for a run it was after 8:00p.m. and significantly cooler than it had been here for days. It was a chilly 75 degrees, or thereabouts. While running, I thought about my grandpa’s daily diaries. My maternal grandfather kept a daily diary for years. The first one began as a joint effort. He and my grandma commemorated the day of their wedding, June 2, 1956, with an inaugural diary entry. I wonder now, was the daily diary a wedding gift from someone? Perhaps my great Uncle Claire, who was a writer. [18] After a while, my grandma’s handwriting fades away, but my grandfather continued to record each day’s events for years on his own. Of course, finding an entry for 1958 or 1968 would be ideal (for a nice, round number), but I don’t have those diaries on hand. As far as I know, they’re located in my Aunt Laura’s basement. But what I do have is the actual diary from 1956.
     The details of their day on June 21, 1956 are in my grandfather’s squat handwriting, easy to tell apart from my grandmother’s neat, right-leaning script. The entry reads,
We drove to New Providence last night to my folks, and got there near ten. We went into Eldora this morning, where I saw Dr. Nyquist. He said I was OK, and time would make me more peppy. Later, we went to Marshalltown and ordered another Hide Away bed from Mr. Cox, plus two chrome steel yellow cushioned kitchen chairs. We looked at washing machines on our way home. In the evening, we saw the Deep River Softball girls beaten by one run at Wellston.
     Added later are the prices of the items. $169 for the Hide Away bed. $6.66 for the chairs, though it’s unclear if that was per chair or altogether. These are the notes of two newlyweds preparing for their conjugal home.
     Twenty-nine years and 364 days later, on June 20, 1986, after a six-month battle with leukemia, my grandma died. My grandpa’s entry for that day reads,
Elizabeth died at 9 p.m. today. She had been breathing heavily and had been on oxygen all day. She passed peacefully. I was holding one hand and Julie and Sheilah were holding the other hand. Connie and Colleen had been up earlier—also Laura, Mark and Alisa. [19]
     One year later, on June 21, 1987, I was exactly two months old my grandfather recorded his visit to the Quaker meeting house he regularly attended, and the genealogy work he accomplished that day. It’s disappointing to find that the entry for this day, 31 years ago, isn’t one of the many in which he comments on how proud he was to show me off at the courthouse, where he was the County Supervisor, or makes note of my overall health. Those are the types of entries I enjoy. [20]
     I didn’t remember to call my mom and ask how she was doing yesterday, on the anniversary of her mother’s death. I don’t always remember to do this, but, in recent years, I’ve been making an effort. I don’t know what it would have felt like to lose my mother at age twenty-one, and I don’t know what it would have meant to have a baby at twenty-two. I’m thirty-one now and I’m not sure I’ll know what it’s like to have a baby at all.
     On my run, I took a route I hadn’t taken for a while. It was a beautiful summer evening and for once not too hot, and I saw a total of one person in their yard. The only other people out of doors were the orange-vested energy company workers for Spire.

For dinner, Adam and I had leftover hamburgers from a grill out earlier this week. Adam made basil-mayonaisse with basil from our porch box, but he over-blended it so that it was watery. It looked pretty disgusting, but I put it on my burger anyway. I had a brownie and ice-cream for dessert. The small white bowl I ate out of is still sitting next to me on the coffee table. It’s one of a set of three I scored a few months ago from Goodwill. Handcrafted Cabana porcelain. It’s the exact size of half a grapefruit. Adam has fallen asleep on the other couch with a book laid open on his chest. It looks like he’s about a quarter of the way through the latest Naomi Klein book; something about “NO” is all I can see in the title from here. I’ve stayed up two hours past my goal bedtime of ten p.m. to record all of this. Perhaps one day my descendants—if I have any, if I am not first infected by a brain-eating amoeba—will be as interested in what I had to say about today as I am in what my grandfather had to say about every day for the years he kept a daily record. Or perhaps not. As of five minutes ago, Central Standard Time, June 21, 2018, is over.

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  1. I wish the word fiancé didn’t sound so pretentious. It’s not that I think all French words are pretentious, just that saying “fiancé,” which is what he is, instead of “boyfriend,” which is what he was before, seems to be making a big announcement. “Everyone! We’re going to get married!” But, this isn’t an announcement I want to make. We don’t have a date set and I’m not sure we ever will. I sort of pressured him into getting me a ring, I think, and now I don’t really like wearing it. I really don’t like the added hassle of having to clean it either, but it looks a lot nicer when I do.
  2. The Big Berkey system was a big (read: expensive) purchase that felt necessary when my fiancé, Adam, and I moved into the rental where we live two years ago. The tap water had—and still has—a dusty flavor and scent that was amplified when we boiled water for tea or carbonated it using the Soda Stream. Also, fancier salt is often marketed as being crucial to proper nasal irrigation, but I’ve relied on the Morton’s girl and her umbrella in the rain for years with no problems.
  3. I only learned about the brain-eating amoeba because, a couple of years ago, my mom sent me an alarming message th
          The effort to stop the fairgrounds giveaway is not over. The fairgrounds giveaway is not a "done deal."      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At the last Metro Council meeting there was a bill on the agenda that would ban the sale, lease, transfer or conveyance of property adjacent to the proposed Major League Soccer stadium to any third party for purposes of private development. That bill was deferred indefinitely but that does not mean the effort to stop the giveaway of ten acres of fairground land to the developers of the soccer stadium is over.

I had a conversation yesterday with a member of the Council who is close to the issue who opposes the giveaway who told me the issue is far from over. He said the decision to indefinitely defer Bill BL2018-1205  was a smart move and there were other ways to achieve the same objective.  According to this council member,  there are four more bills that must be passed before the fairgrounds  land giveaway is a done deal. There are two bills that must be passed before the bond sale is complete. One issues the bonds, and the other does something else, but I am not exactly sure what. Then a bill to rezone the ten acres would have to be passed. The other bill is to authorize the demolition of existing buildings at the fairgrounds.

If any of these fail, the giveaway cannot go forward.  The best chance to stop the giveaway is the bill authorizing demolition of existing buildings. That bill will take 27 votes to pass the Council.  It does not look like that at this time, there are 27 votes to do that if the result would be the ten acre fairground giveaway.

The developers have long claimed that without the ten acres of fairground property the soccer deal will not work.  I doubt that is true.  There are probably other ways to sweeten the deal without giving away the fairground property. More than likely, the soccer stadium will be built at the fairgrounds, but the ten acre giveaway can be stopped it those who support the fairgrounds do not give up and stay engaged. The fight is not over.
          Field Service Technician - CynergisTek - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Prior experience in maintaining and repair of office equipment preferred (Canon, HP, Lexmark, Okidata, Ricoh, Sharp, and Xerox experience is a plus)....
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          Field Technician/Computers - Realm Technologies LLC - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dell, IBM, Lenovo, Sony, Sony TV, Lexmark, and Dell Printer training and certifications at no charge depending on assignment.... $15 - $20 an hour
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          P.J. Pacifico to perform in Weston      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Singer-songwriter P.J. Pacifico returns to Weston for “Music at The Barn” on Sunday, July 22, at 5:30 p.m at the Weston Historical Society’s Coley Homestead at 104 Weston Road, Weston. Pacifico is a recording artist for Viper Records and is known in indie music circles for his serene brand of introspective folk and pop music. Born in Norwalk, Pacifico spends much of his time in Nashville and Los Angeles co-writing music for television and films. His song “Run” is heard on HBO’s “Hard Knocks – Training Camp with the Los Angeles Rams,” and his “Anything Is Possible” is heard on ... Read more

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          Nashville's Liza Anne warms up the Festival d'été de Québec      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Photo by Kevin Wierzbicki Like a good portion of North America, Québec City has recently been experiencing record high temperatures. But the heatwave gave the historic Canadian city a break on July 6, the second day of the Festival d'été de Québec, the giant music festival that began this year on July 5 and that runs through...
          NHL-meriterade svensken återvänder till Sverige – uppges klar för SHL-klubben      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Andreas Thuresson lämnade Sverige för första gången som 19-åring för spel i Nordamerika. Under sina fem år fick han chansen i totalt 25 NHL-matcher med Nashville Predators innan han vände hem för spel i Brynäs ...

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          BI Analyst      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Live IT Up at Ciber Global At Ciber Global, we believe the most inspired, innovative and industrious companies should win, regardless of size or legacy. We’re the small company that cares and the big company that can. We deliver breakthrough performances and powerful solutions that are anything but cookie cutter in order to give our clients the competitive advantage they deserve. Work. Job Descrip
          Best New Indie Rock Playlist with The Rassle, Max Goedecke, Moonshifter, FM Band & More      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The new and best 2018 indie rock playlist for July (part one). Enjoy and please share and like. The Rassle – Austin, Texas Max Goedecke – Cologne, Germany Linnea Krepper – Zoetermeer, The Netherlands Moonshifter – Melbourne, Australia FM Band – Nashville, Tennessee The Sleeping Tongues – Brooklyn, New York The Rassle – Austin, Texas … Continue reading "Best New Indie Rock Playlist with The Rassle, Max Goedecke, Moonshifter, FM Band & More"

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          Country Music Weddings and Engagements in 2018 (So Far)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The first half of 2018 has seen love in bloom in Nashville! Continue reading…
          Devin Dawson wins MusicRow Breakthrough Artist-Writer Award      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
"So honored by this award! Thank you @MusicRow for making me feel like family on these two historic streets in Nashville," the singer says. Continue reading…
          #CMchat Exclusive Interview: Adley Stump      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, singer/songwriter Adley Stump moved to Nashville amidst her debut as a member of Team Blake on Season 2 of NBC’s The Voice. Your FaceBook show, The Adley Show, is so funny! Have never seen a more unique sidekick than Chick Norris. What is the behind the scenes story to you […]
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La singer songwriter di stanza a Nashville, Kristina Murray, ha annunciato l’uscita del suo secondo full lenght, Southern Ambrosia, che avverrà all’inizio dell’autunno, e per la precisione il 21 settembre. Originaria di Atlanta, dopo aver suonato per sei anni in lungo e in largo attraverso il Colorado, la Murray si è trasferita a Nashville, città in cui ha dato inizio alla propria carriera solista. Southern Ambrosia è stato registrato presso i Welcome To 1979 e i Sound Stage Studios e si compone di nove brani originali caratterizzati dalla voce autentica ed espressiva della giovane cantante e dalla produzione di Michael Rinne.





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          Senior Account Manager - Zeta Global - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Spearhead projects and facilitate internal and external cross-functional team communication. Type of meetings will include client status, project kick-offs and...
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          Solutions Architect - Asurion - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Presentation skills with a high degree of comfort speaking with internal business and technology communities....
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          (Nashville) Remington 700 Stainless Custom - $ 900      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Remington Model 700 SPS Stainless .308 (well it started out as an SPS).
Rifle is brand new and never been shot.  Began life as a 700 SPS Stainless.
Additions:
Heritage Classic Stock in Cayenne - these stocks are beautiful and come equiped with a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad mounted from factory.
Leupold VX-2 3x9x40 mounted on Leupold Rings
Will also include original Remington SPS Stock
Pictures do not due this beauty justice and I can provide additional if there is serious interest.

I put this together over the summer and it never made it to range or out of the safe.  I do not have to sell and I have no desire to split up package.  Just trying to turn it into something that I might use more often as I have a plethora of bolt action rifles.  Over $1200 invested in this setup and this is more than a fair price.  Trade value will be higher.

Must be legal to own firearm in TN and sign a bill of sale.
          (Nashville) CZ P-01 SDP CZ Custom - $ 1,000      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This is a CZ Custom Shop SDP - very hard to find!
SKU# 91721
If you are looking at the add then you probably know what it is and what they cost.  If not you can Google CZ SDP for more information.

This gun is mint condition and has recently been professionally Cerakoted in Smoke Elite.
I am the 2nd owner and the first owner was not as particular as I am.  The front tridium sight had a nick so I replaced with a brand new one from CZ Custom.
I also sent them an email with SN and verified this is in fact a CZ SDP that left CZ Custom in 2015.
I have several SDP's so I opted to make this one a little different and she is a beauty!

I don't have to sell and this price is firm!

Must be legal to own firearm in TN and sign a bill of sale
          The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact
author: Chip Heath
name: Kathy
average rating: 4.22
book published: 2017
rating: 4
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date added: 2018/07/10
shelves: read-nonfiction-2018
review:
The Heath brothers do it again. Enjoyable reading that manages to convey a lot of substance. This book is about how and why some experiences are highly memorable and can also inspire change (or come from change). Plus, some good pointers on how to prepare to find and welcome those moments. Good behavioral lessons and I was fascinated to learn the backstory of the desegregation of Nashville lunch counters among other stories.

          New comment on Item for Geeklist "US Auction- $1 Starting Bids- No BINs- Nashville pickup available- ENDS Sunday, July 22nd!"       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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          Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine Requisition 1803324 Discover Vanderbilt University Medical Center: Located in Nashville, Tennessee, and operating...
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          French Bulldog Puppies -Gifted Trained Litter (Oodle) $750      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
gifted Litter French Bulldog Puppies Visit us http://WWW.FRENCHIESLOVER.COM I offer a health and a genetic guarantee on every puppy we give out . My pups are vet checked and are kept on a strict vaccination protocol. For more information on how to reserve one of my babies or how to be placed on a waiting list please contact IMPORTANT: NOTE : NOTE, PLEASE DO VISIT OUR WEB SITE PAGE, Send us a message ONLY AT WWW.FRENCHIESLOVER.COM .They are cute and lovely male and female available , they are vet checked and up to date on shots , vaccinations and are akc registered , so if interested kindly visit our web site page , so that i can send you pics and more info about the puppies.

          ‘PLEASED TO EAT YOU’, NUEVO DISCO DE NASHVILLE PUSSY      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
“Pleased To Eat You” es el título del que será el séptimo trabajo de NASHVILLE  PUSSY, para el que han contado con los talentos del productor Daniel Rey (RAMONES, WHITE ZOMBIE) y el ingeniero de estudio David Barrick (BLACK STONE CHERRY, MARSHALL TUCKER  BAND). El disco contará con la portada que podéis ver a continuación:

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          Don't mess with a southern girl// Jonah marais       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
tnikole13 / 41 pages
Airel, a country girl from Nashville that hates her parents. When she turns 18 she moves out to LA but the 1st day she ran into the one and only Jonah marais
          Senior Account Manager - Zeta Global - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Spearhead projects and facilitate internal and external cross-functional team communication. Type of meetings will include client status, project kick-offs and...
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          Solutions Architect - Asurion - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Presentation skills with a high degree of comfort speaking with internal business and technology communities....
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          Early Voting Schedule and sample ballots and my endorcements - State Primary and County General election.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Early voting for the August 2nd election begins begins Friday, July 13 and ends Saturday, July 28. Davidson County voters have 14 days - including three Saturdays - to cast their ballots early in the State Primary, County General and Oak Hill Municipal Elections. There will be both a Democrat and Republican primary. The most important item will be for the respective parties to pick their nominee for Governor.

I am not yet ready to vote because I am still undecided for whom I will vote for governor. I may be ready by the last day of early voting or may wait until August 2nd. I will of course be voting in the Republican primary. From the first I have been leaning toward Diane Black but one or another of the other top contenders have looked good from time to time. Recently I have been looking favorably at Randy Boyd.  I think all of the top four contenders are qualified and would make a good candidate and a good governor. The differences between the candidates appears minor and none of them have anything in their background or have taken any positions that would stop me from voting for them. One thing that could make me turn against a candidate is if he engages in mudslinging and smears his opponent. ("He," of course,  is the singular pronoun and means a person which could also be a female. That should not be necessary to explain but some people may not know that.) One of the candidates has lost some favor with me due to negative campaigning. I am fine with a candidate drawing distinctions between himself and his opponent, but the tone of the campaign should remain respectful and criticism should be truthful and there is no need to demonize the other person.

In other races I am supporting Marsha Blackburn for the U. S. Senate, Jody Ball for State Rep in District 5, and Brent Moody in District 56. For State Executive Committeeman in District 20, I am supporting Robert Swope. In District 20 there is a tough choice for State Executive Committeewomen between two real party work horses, Martha Brown and Connie Hunter. Both are qualified and I like both of them.  I am not making a recommendation and since that is not my district, I do not have to chose between them.

In the General Election most of the offices only have one candidate running and that is the Democrat nominee. Republicans did not field candidates. For Vice Mayor I am supporting Sheri Weiner. There are school board elections in districts 2, 4, 6, and 8, but I have not studied those races and am not making any recommendations.

For a schedule and map of the early voting locations, follow this link
For a sample Republican ballot, follow this link.
For a sample Democrat ballot, follow this link.
For a General Election sample ballot follow this link.




          The effort to stop the fairgrounds giveaway is not over. The fairgrounds giveaway is not a "done deal."      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At the last Metro Council meeting there was a bill on the agenda that would ban the sale, lease, transfer or conveyance of property adjacent to the proposed Major League Soccer stadium to any third party for purposes of private development. That bill was deferred indefinitely but that does not mean the effort to stop the giveaway of ten acres of fairground land to the developers of the soccer stadium is over.

I had a conversation yesterday with a member of the Council who is close to the issue who opposes the giveaway who told me the issue is far from over. He said the decision to indefinitely defer Bill BL2018-1205  was a smart move and there were other ways to achieve the same objective.  According to this council member,  there are four more bills that must be passed before the fairgrounds  land giveaway is a done deal. There are two bills that must be passed before the bond sale is complete. One issues the bonds, and the other does something else, but I am not exactly sure what. Then a bill to rezone the ten acres would have to be passed. The other bill is to authorize the demolition of existing buildings at the fairgrounds.

If any of these fail, the giveaway cannot go forward.  The best chance to stop the giveaway is the bill authorizing demolition of existing buildings. That bill will take 27 votes to pass the Council.  It does not look like that at this time, there are 27 votes to do that if the result would be the ten acre fairground giveaway.

The developers have long claimed that without the ten acres of fairground property the soccer deal will not work.  I doubt that is true.  There are probably other ways to sweeten the deal without giving away the fairground property. More than likely, the soccer stadium will be built at the fairgrounds, but the ten acre giveaway can be stopped it those who support the fairgrounds do not give up and stay engaged. The fight is not over.
          AVP/Desktop Engineer - AllianceBernstein - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ability to build efficient internal relations and communicate extensively with key internal stakeholders. Provide thought leadership in industry and to fellow...
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          TERRY ILOUS Says He Found Out Via Internet That He Was No Longer The Singer Of GREAT WHITE      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Terry Ilous says that he found out "through an e-mail and the Internet" that he was no longer the singer of GREAT WHITE. Ilous, formerly of '80s L.A. hard rockers XYZ, joined GREAT WHITE in 2010 after replacing touring vocalist Jani Lane (WARRANT). The Ilous-led GREAT WHITE released two albums, 2012's "Elation" and last year's "Full Circle", before Terry was shown the door earlier this week and replaced with Mitch Malloy. Earlier today (Tueday, July 10), Ilous released a statement in which he claimed he was blindsided by his dismissal from GREAT WHITE, saying that he "proudly invested" all of his energy and focus "into the GREAT WHITE brand." Terry's full statement reads as follows: "As of Monday, July 9th I was informed through an e-mail and the Internet that I was no longer with the band GREAT WHITE. After having just played a round of back-to-back shows this week, needless to say, I was taken by surprise. "I would, first of all, like to personally thank each and every one of the fans for their continued support over the last eight and a half years. It has meant a great deal to me to meet and get to know so many amazing people while on the road. "Taking over the lead for such an iconic band as GREAT WHITE was no easy task. I did my best to never disappoint the fans and to respect and protect the legacy that Mark, Michael, Audie and Jack had established so many years ago. Throughout these 8 1/2 yrs. I have proudly invested all of my energy and focus into the GREAT WHITE brand. And while I am disheartened at the abrupt end to this year's tour; I will now put my focus into my solo works and other endeavors. "While I have no official statement on future touring at this time, I will say that there will be some surprises in store for fans. Stay tuned to all my social media pages; announcements to come." In Monday's (July 9) statement announcing Malloy's addition to GREAT WHITE, guitarist Mark Kendall said that Ilous "has been released to join his other projects." He added that he and his bandmates wished Terry "the best of luck" and thanked him "for his run with GREAT WHITE." Malloy, a songwriter and artist now based in Nashville, said that he was thrilled to be a part of GREAT WHITE and insisted that he would not try to be a "clone" of previous singers Jack Rusell and Ilous. "I have to represent this music honorably," Malloy said. "I respect what has come before me and have to remind fans of where they were when they first heard these songs. I also have to be myself at the same time. When I first heard my own voice with GREAT WHITE's music, I knew something special was going on." GREAT WHITE guitarist and keyboardist Michael Lardie praised Malloy for his musical chops and reputation. "We had an immediate rapport with Mitch," Lardie said. "I'm positive the fans will embrace Mitch and continue to support GREAT WHITE. This music is bigger than any one person." This version of GREAT WHITE is not to be confused with JACK RUSSELL'S GREAT WHITE, which features original GREAT WHITE singer Jack Russell alongside Robby Lochner (FIGHT) on guitar, Dan McNay on bass, Tony Montana on guitar and Dicki Fliszar on drums.

PRESS RELEASE FOR TUESDAY, JULY 10, 2018 As of Monday, July 9th I was informed through an email and the internet that I...

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          Business Analyst IV, Data Solutions      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Job #: 865412 Business Analyst IV Location: Nashville Contract Term: Contract-to-Hire (12 months) Apex Systems, nation’s 2nd largest IT Staffing firm, has an IMMEDIATE OPENING for a proven data driven Business Analyst in the Greater Nashville area supporting an enterprise healthcare technology organization. . Applicants must have experience working in an agile environment and preferably mapping/tr
          Territory Account Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, We are currently looking for a Territory Account Manager (TAM) to represent LG brand appliances for the Tennessee and Kentucky market. The ideal candidate will reside in Nashville or Knoxville TN. SUMMARY: Maintain and develop existing accounts and prospective new dealers to promote and sell the portfolio of ALMO Home appliances and/or any other related categories the Dealer Channel may represent.
          Hep A Happy Hour: Nashville Bar Patrons Get Free Vaccines…      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Nashville Metro Health officials are now offering free vaccinations after an employee at a local bar was diagnosed with hepatitis A. The infected person is an employee at The Back Corner in Germantown located at 1413 5th...

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          Comment on Flip of Flop Nashville: Second Season Ordered by HGTV by mia harrell      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This is Mia Harrell and I cant wait for the new season of the show coming back. It's great to see people of color is hitting HGTV lineup. They look like their enjoying there jobs. I always wanted to flip homes and would love to find someone who shared my dreams. May God bless you guys in all your endeavors.
          (USA-TN-Antioch) SSC Appeals Nurse      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
**Description:** Community Health Systems (CHS) Shared Services Center (SSC) Nashville, is recruiting for an Appeals Nurse. This professional will support our community based hospitals with appeals of health plan medical necessity, authorization and level of care denials. Will review all assigned inpatient denials, obtain additional information as needed to file clinical appeals necessary to resolve payor issues on denied claims. Forward denial information on inpatienti claims to appropriate department or personnel and oversee maintenance and upkeep of denial logs, and document as required. Assist other business offce personnnel with clinical guidance on billing and reimbursement issues as needed as well as act as resource to facility (hospital) clinical departments on areas of denial prevention and resolution. CHS is one of the leading operatorsof general acute care hospitals in the nation. The organizations affiliatesown, operate or lease 119 hospitals in 20 states (mainly in the SE) withapproximately 21,000 license beds and 90,000 employees. These affiliatedhospitals are dedicated to providing quality healthcare for local residents andcontribute to the economic development of their communities. This position supports revenue cycle operationson behalf of the SSC assigned facilities (hospitals). The affiliated hospitalsviability is based upon the SSC's ability to collect revenues for thoseservices. In over 60 of the markets served, CHS affiliated hospitals are thesole provider of healthcare services. **Essential Duties and Responsibilities** **include the following:** (Other duties may be assigned). + File medical necessity and level of care appeals using InterQual and CMS guidelines _._ + Monitor clinical appeal processes for issues and trends, provide guidance and feedback to related departments as needed. + Track and manage clinical denials using current tools (manuals, training programs). + Identify patterns and trends in denials; communicate to appropriate persons. + Maintain documentation with respect to all payor resources regarding denials and appeals processes. + Understand and apply CHS 10 - step Appeals Process for denied claims. + Know medical necessity criteria for outpatient testing and procedures. + Follow and enforce accepted safety practices for patients and the hospital. Report safety hazards and initiate appropriate action. Participate in safety instructional programs. + Observe excellent customer service skills when dealing with patients, families and/or significant others, outside vendors, coworkers, and physicians. + Provide education to staff as appropriate. + Document all actions accordingly by documentation standards within Artiva, HMS and other business office systems as required. + Be familiar with policy and procedure manuals and other reference materials. + Ensure confidentiality of all patient accounts by following HIPAA guidelines. + Perform additional duties as assigned or requested. **Qualifications** **Qualifications/knowledge/abilities:** + Understanding and utilization of medical necessity criteria for inpatient and outpatient services and procedures. + Understanding of the revenue cycle and the responsibility and goals of each area, how they impact the revenue cycle. + Must be able to interact with all levels of hospital administration, physicians and other healthcare team members as they impact the revenue cycle. + Must be able to follow directions and perform work according to departmental standards and must be able to function effectively under stressful conditions. + Excellent writing and communications skills as well as effective organizational skills are a must. **Computer Skills:** To perform this job successfully, an individual should have intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office Tools (Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint) in addition to hospital patient accounting and billing systems (HMS, Artiva, etc.). **Education, Skills & Experience:** + Must have diploma/degree from an accredited school of nursing. LPN or RN with current license to practice in state. + Desirable characteristics include several years of clinical nursing experience. Utilization review and/or case management experience preferred. + Ability to use initiative and independent judgment in decision making. + Must be able to interact with all levels of hospital administration, physicians and other healthcare team members. **Physical Demands:** The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. **Please Note: This position requires that you be able to work out the newly constructed Cane Ridge Shared Services Center (SSC) in Antioch, TN.** **Job:** _Business Office_ **Organization:** _Shared Services Center - Franklin_ **Location:** _TN-Antioch_ **Requisition ID:** _1834494_
          At least 20 hospitalized, hundreds treated for heat-related illness at Vans Warped Tour concert in Nashville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At least 200 people have been treated for heat-related illnesses at the Warped Tour concert at the Nashville Fairgrounds on Tuesday.
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Wesley Bell Nashville 62, 07-Jul, Smith Funeral Directors.
          Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler Selling Nashville Home for $7.9 Million      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kristin Cavallari, Jay Cutler, Nashville HomeKristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler are saying goodbye to their Nashville estate. The Very Cavallari stars are selling their stunning 25-room house for $7.9 million. The Mediterranean-style...

          Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine Requisition 1803324 Discover Vanderbilt University Medical Center: Located in Nashville, Tennessee, and operating...
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          Dock Sorter      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Job Description: Seeking capable and career-oriented individuals to work in our fast-paced shipping/dock operation. Our Cargo Handlers and Dock Sorters are responsible for loading and unloading freight on our trailers in a safe and timely manner. Frequent lifting, pulling, pushing, and carrying of freight are required. All necessary training and materials for this position are provided. Core Respo
          LIL DICKY – LIFE LESSONS WITH LIL DICKY’s concert in Nashville, TN Oct 31, 2018 – presale code      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The LIL DICKY – LIFE LESSONS WITH LIL DICKY pre-sale code that we’ve gotten so many requests for is finally here! Everyone with this presale info will have the chance to order great concert tickets before they go on sale. LIL DICKY - LIFE LESSONS WITH LIL DICKY pre-sale password You might never have another chance to see LIL DICKY – LIFE LESSONS WITH LIL DICKY’s concert in Nashville.
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          Seventh Auburn University graduate awarded Fulbright Scholarship      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A 2018 Auburn University graduate has been awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship, bringing Auburn's number of Fulbright Scholarship recipients for this year to seven. Six other recipients were previously announced in May

Emily Strobaugh, an Honors College graduate who received her bachelor’s in both global studies and English Literature with a double minor in human development and family studies and Spanish, has been selected as a Fulbright Scholar English Teaching Assistant to Brazil for the coming academic year.

Among her many notable activities, Strobaugh served as a summer 2016 intern for World Relief in Nashville, Tennessee, a non-denominational refugee resettlement agency where she taught business English, edited client’s resumes and helped secure entry level positions for recently resettled refugees. The following summer, Strobaugh participated in a permaculture internship with the College of Human Sciences’ Sustainability in Action study abroad program in New Zealand and Fiji. While in Fiji she assisted in training local beekeepers on the most effective harvesting techniques in order to maximize profit, as well as the quality of the colony. 

“One of my favorite concepts of sustainability is to be passionate enough about a cause that you are willing to plant seeds in a garden that you may not see bloom,” stated Strobaugh. “At Auburn, I developed more comfort in focusing on long-term solutions through the hope and infectious energy that comes from forward-thinking teaching and instruction. The Fulbright ETA Scholarship will allow me to contribute my skills to an existing infrastructure that is dedicated to improving cross-cultural competency and international relations and I look forward to planting my own seeds for a better future in Brazil.”

“Emily is an outstanding representative of Auburn University and we wish her great success during her Fulbright to Brazil,” said Tiffany Sippial, director of the Honors College.

Read about Auburn's other 2018 Fulbright Scholarship recipients at 
http://ocm.auburn.edu/newsroom/news_articles/2018/05/a-record-six-auburn-graduates-awarded-the-fulbright-scholarship.htm.

 


          Nashville woman attacked by 2 dogs to be released from Chicago hospital 14 weeks later      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A 68-year old woman who was attacked by two dogs in April -- and thought she may lose her leg -- will be released from the hospital on Wednesday.
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          Comment on Nikita Kucherov Signs Eight-Year Extension by Momus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cap hit is spread evenly based on the total contract value divided by the total number of years. On top of that in each year that the team is paying the player more than his cap hit a cap recapture penalty accumulates. When the player is being paid less than his cap hit, that cap recapture penalty shrinks. This is done to prevent long contracts where the player is expected to retire years before the end of the contract. An example of the cap recapture tax is Shea Weber and the Predators. During his time with Nashville Weber was paid $24M more than his cap hit for those same years. If Weber retires before then end of his contract Nashville's salary cap will be reduced by $24M divided by the number of years left on Weber's contract. If Weber retired today with (I think) 8 years left on his contract then the Nashville would have to account for an extra $3M a year in their salary cap for the next 8 years. Hilariously this means that if Weber retired in the last year before his contract ends the Predators would basically have to gut their team to suddenly fit the entire $24M cap penalty into one year. I'd actually kind of like to see that happen, not because of any dislike for the Preds, but because it would be so ridiculous, and you just know the NHL would find a way to circumvent their own rules to keep this situation from being a disaster.
          Washington Capitals: 2017-2018 By the Tens -- Defensemen: Matt Niskanen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Matt Niskanen

“Slow but steady wins the race.”
-- Aesop


Coming into this season, Matt Niskanen was one of 26 active defensemen to have appeared in at least 700 games and recorded 250 points.  Not an exclusive club, but not one of wide membership, either.  In his first three seasons with the Washington Capitals after signing a contract as a free agent in the summer of 2014, he posted consistently better point total – 31 points in 2014-2015, 32 points in 2015-2016, and 39 points last season.  He averaged more than 22 minutes of ice time per game in each of those three seasons, and he improved his discipline, taking a diminishing number of penalty minutes – 47 in 2014-2015, 38 in 2015-2016, and 32 last season.

Niskanen was also a durable player, missing a total of only four games with the Caps over three seasons (all of them last season) and 53 over ten seasons entering the 2017-2018 campaign.  His durability was put to the test early in the season.  He dressed for the first four games, skating more than 20 minutes in all of them, more than 25 minutes in two of them.  He was on his way to adding to that string in the Caps’ fifth game of the year, in New Jersey against the Devils.  But late in the second period of a 2-1 game, Caps in front, he was slashed by Jimmy Hayes.  He sat out the remainder of the Caps’ 5-2 win and then was placed on long-term injured reserve, ultimately missing 13 games.

Niskanen’s absence mattered.  The Caps went 7-6-0 in those 13 games he was out of the lineup, and they lost the first two games he played upon his return when he skated 20:33 in a 6-3 loss to the Nashville Predators and only 17:56 in a 6-2 loss to the Colorado Avalanche.  In those 15 games, the Caps allowed 51 goals (3.92 per game).  Niskanen recorded his first point since Opening Night in the Caps’ next game, an assist on the game-winning goal by Dmitry Orlov in a 3-1 win over the Minnesota Wild.

Niskanen was durable thereafter, playing in 61 of 62 games starting with that game against the Wild when he returned to the score sheet.  Over that span he was 7-21-28, plus-24, a scoring line that on a per-82 game basis would have been 9-28-37, plus-32. With durability came consistency.  In his last six ten-game segments he had four or more points in five of them and was a “minus” player in just one of them.


Fearless’ Take… Unlike a lot of players, whose heavier ice time loads are accompanied by a lack of team success, the Caps did quite well when Niskanen assumed a heavier ice time burden.  In 19 games in which he skated more than 24 minutes, the Caps were 14-2-3.  And when he was productive, so were the Caps.  Washington was 6-1-0 in games in which Niskanen scored a goal, 20-5-0 in games in which he recorded a point.

Cheerless’ Take… In some respects, a more active Niskanen was not a more effective Niskanen.  When recording at least three shots on goal, the Caps were just 8-7-2.  They were 9-5-1 when he was credited with at least three hits.  And before we get to the “odd” Niskanen fact, here is a strange one.  The 2017-2018 season was Niskanen’s first in the NHL in which he did not record a power play point.

Odd Niskanen Fact… Matt Niskanen is one of two NHL defensemen to finish the season at plus-20 or better the last two seasons.  Pittsburgh’s Justin Schultz is the other.  He is also one of just two Capitals defensemen to record as many as two plus-20 or better seasons with the club since the 2005-2006 season (Mike Green was the other), and he is one of just five defensemen in team history to record as many as two seasons at plus-20 or better (in addition to Green, Sylvain Cote, Sergei Gonchar, and Darren Veitch).

Game to Remember… December 8th vs. New York Rangers

Between injury and circumstance, Matt Niskanen went into an early December game against the New York Rangers having not recorded a goal in 16 games played.  That game – his 17thof the season – was a milestone of sorts, his 750th game in the NHL.  And when Nicklas Backstrom added a second period goal to one scored by Jay Beagle in the first period to give the Caps a 2-0 lead, it looked as if it would be a happy night for the Caps and Niskanen.  However, Michael Grabner scored with less than a minute to go in the second period to halve the Caps’ lead, and Jesper Fasdt scored mid-way through the third period to tie the game, 2-2. 

With less than four minutes left in regulation, the Caps took the lead back, thanks to an unlikely player from an unlikely spot on the ice.  The Caps set up a conveyor belt inside the Rangers’ blue line, Christian Djoos backing off from the top of the left wing circle before leaving the puck off for Nicklas Backstrom circling in Djoos’ wake.  Backstrom did the same, backing off and then leaving the puck for Alex Ovechkin curling out from the circle.  Ovechkin snapped a shot at the Rangers’ net.  That drive was stopped by goalie Henrik Lundqvist, but the rebound popped out to the low slot.  Tom Wilson reached out and swept it to his left, where Niskanen parked himself.  Fighting off Boo Nieves, Niskanen swatted the loose puck behind Lundqvist for what would be the game-winning goal in the Caps’ 4-2 win.  It was also Niskanen’s 50th goal in the NHL.

Game to Forget… February 11th vs. Detroit

The Caps had just won both ends of a tough home-and-home set against the Columbus Blue Jackets when they hosted the Detroit Red Wings in the second week of February.  Matt Niskanen came into this game with points in three of his previous four contests.  On the other side, the Wings came into the contest losers of three in a row and were lit up for seven goals in a 7-6 overtime loss to the New York Islanders in the game preceding this one.

When Alex Ovechkin scored just 4:20 into the game, it appeared that the Caps’ good fortune would continue, as would the Red Wings’ woes.  That was until the Wings scored four straight goals over a 26-minute span over the first and second periods.  Matt Niskanen was on the ice for two of them.  The Caps did mount a comeback and tied the game on a power play goal by Nicklas Backstrom with just 16.7 seconds left in regulation to salvage a standings point.  However, Detroit scored in overtime on a Tomas Tatar goal to capture the second standings point.  For his part, Niskanen skated 21:56 without recording a point or a shot on goal (his only shot attempt was blocked).  He had one hit and one giveaway, and he finished minus-2, his only minus-2 game of the season.

Postseason… Matt Niskanen was a minutes-eater in the postseason, and it was a critical element of success for the Caps.  In the 11 games in which he skated at least 24:29, the Caps went 9-2, both losses coming in overtime against Columbus in the opening round.  He skated two games with more than 30 minutes in ice time; Only Seth Jones of the Columbus Blue Jackets had more such games (four; John Carlson also had a pair for the Caps).  And his performance in the “grittership” areas gave support to the idea that some such numbers aren’t that good to have.  In the 13 games in which NIskanen’s combined hits and blocked shots were fewer than five, the Caps were 10-3.  They were 6-5 otherwise.  As far as scoring was concerned, his nine points in 24 games was almost equal to his combined total with the Caps in three previous postseasons covering 36 games (11 points).

In the end…

Four seasons into his seven-year contract with the Capitals, Matt Niskanen has established himself among the better defensemen to have played for a franchise with a long history of superior defensemen.  He is one of 20 defensemen to have appeared in at least 300 regular season games for the club (310/20th) and is one of only ten to have dressed for at least 50 games (63/8th).  He is one of 17 defensemen with at least 20 goals as a Cap in the regular season (21/T-15th), one of 14 with at least 125 points (131/14th).  He is tied with Karl Alzner for fifth-best plus-minus among Caps defensemen (plus-61).  He has done it largely by being in the lineup, no small thing at a position where physical wear and tear is considerable.  He is one of 16 NHL defensemen to log at least 7,100 minutes over the last four seasons.

With the Caps sustaining a departure of half of their defense the ended the 2016-2017 season (Alzner, Nate Schmidt, and Kevin Shattenkirk) and having to break in rookies at the position to start this season (Christian Djoos and Madison Bowey), his consistency, durability, and steadiness as the season wore on was an important ingredient to the Caps’ success.  It will no doubt continue to be important and valuable as the Caps try to extend their good fortune to the 2018-2019 season.

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          Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine Requisition 1803324 Discover Vanderbilt University Medical Center: Located in Nashville, Tennessee, and operating...
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          (USA-TN-Nashville) Web Content Migrator      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Creative Group is hiring a talented Web Content Migrator for a local healthcare company. This role is a 6-18 month contract, 40 hours weekly and will require candidates to be on-site 100% of the time in the Nashville area. In this role, candidates will use their experience using HTML, CSS and JavaScript to move content from one site to another. Candidates will also be using their experience with the web content publishing systems and content management systems to migrate and aggregate content. Candidates will be performing user acceptance testing for new sites, enhancements to content management systems and general site maintenance. Required: 3+ years experience in web content publishing or content management In depth experience working with content management systems Working knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript Strong Communication Skills For consideration, please send resumes to Paige at paige.breedlove@creativegroup.com At TCG, we're committed to you from the moment you sign up. We won't make you work a certain number of hours or fill out piles of paperwork before we commit to you and your professional future. We believe it's important to spend time with you from the beginning in order to assess your skills, determine your strengths and figure out the type of work you want to do. Our trained staffing professionals understand that you have a real passion for your work and do their best to find opportunities that are the best fit for you. And we don't stop there. We're also available to help with your career questions, provide tips on improving your portfolio and acing interviews, and more. Plus, as one of our registered candidates, you'll have access to thousands of online training courses and books – and of course, everything is free and available when you need it. Apply for this job now or contact our branch office at 1.888.846.1668 to learn more about this position. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States. All applicants applying for Canadian job openings must be authorized to work in Canada. © 2018 The Creative Group. A Robert Half Company. An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veterans. By clicking 'Apply Now' you are agreeing to Robert Half Terms of Use. *Req ID:* 03930-0010528644 *Functional Role:* Web Project Manager *Country:* USA *State:* TN *City:* Nashville *Postal Code:* 37203 *Compensation:* $22.00 to $22.00 per hour *Requirements:* Required: 3+ years experience in web content publishing or content management In depth experience working with content management systems Working knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript Strong Communication Skills
          (USA-TN-Nashville) Branch Manager- Building Materials      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*_SUMMARY:_* The Branch Manager reports directly to the Regional Operations Vice President. This Supply Center role is responsible for managing the operations of the facility, providing leadership, ensuring customer service standards and supporting sales and operations. *_KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:_* /Asset Management/ * Labor and Operating Expense * Accounts Receivables and Inventory /Process Management:/ * Productivity/Efficiency /People Management/ * Hiring/Onboarding/Development of Customer Care and Driver/Warehouse staff /Safety Management/ * OSHA/DOT/Regulatory Compliance * Facility, Fleet, and Job Hazard Awareness *_PRODUCT/MARKET:_* * *Product focus:* Familiar with all AMI products (particularly windows and siding) * *Customer focus:* All accounts remodeling or new construction. Buyers to focus on are buyers that call into the supply center or order at the counter. _*EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:*_ * 2+ years of Management experience * 1+ years of building materials experience preferred * College degree desirable * Results driven, Self-directed, organized, and detail oriented * Ability to make sound business decisions in a fast paced environment, composed under pressure All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. Recruiters: Please note that Associated Materials, Alside and any of its affiliated companies does not seek or accept unsolicited resumes or offers of recruiting service associated with any published or unpublished employment opportunities. Any unsolicited information sent to AMI or any of its employees will be considered as unencumbered and free from any fee or charge whatsoever. Only members of our Human Resources Team have authority to engage or authorize recruiting services. Any questions regarding recruiting services of any kind must be sent to jobs at associatedmaterials dot com.
          Night, Chère      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   



Arcadia is a seemingly forgotten stretch of road in deep Louisiana that breathes libation and sexual prowess in the surrounding waters of the bayou. It is a town of intrigue and mystery. It is a town where ghost stories begin and people disappear without a second thought. Arcadia amorously welcomes the occasional traveler - as long as that traveler moves on through. For those who stay...Well, ‘Night, Chère

Chase Fuller is hell-bent on purchasing the Bellefont Plantation House and has traveled from Nashville to see it in person. What he isn't prepared for is Lenora and Bridgette Theroit. Lenora is the youngest with a flaring temper that comes with irreconcilable consequences. Bridgette is the amorous sister who is both protector of Lenora and the eyes of Arcadia and its secrets.

Join Chase and his exploits to find one of the most alluring mansions of the old south. As well as the tragedy that comes to a town forgotten to history.

The Arcadia Stories follow the life of a lost jewel in southern history - one of superstition, mystery and the allure of sexuality.


My Review

It has been a while since I have read an erotica novel. This book does feature the sex but it is tasteful. Not pornish. The scenes are not drawn out. Although, Chase was quick to have sex with Lenora; despite the fact that he has a fiancé back home. If Chase really loved his fiancé he would not have been tempted right away. I mean yes, it is given that Chase would have sex as this is an erotica novel but I would have liked the fact that he not jump someone's bones right away within the first few moments of meeting them.

Sisters Bridgette and Lenora are some wild cards. You don't want to turn your back on these ladies. They may look like honey but they come with a dash of chili pepper. For a short story, this is a quick, good read. I did not see the ending coming. A surprise that has left me wanting to read the next book in this series.
          Nashville woman attacked by 2 dogs to be released from Chicago hospital 14 weeks later – WLS-TV      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
WLS-TVA 68-year old woman who was attacked by two dogs in April — and thought she may lose her leg — will be released from the hospital on Wednesday. Marion Fowler, who was visiting Chicago from Nashville, Tenn., when she was attacked, sustained severe … …read more Source:: Chicago Weather News By Google News
          Nashville's Liza Anne warms up the Festival d'été de Québec      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Photo by Kevin Wierzbicki Like a good portion of North America, Québec City has recently been experiencing record high temperatures. But the heatwave gave the historic Canadian city a break on July 6, the second day of the Festival d'été de Québec, the giant music festival that began this year on July 5 and that runs through...
          Pharmacy/Medicare Part D Customer Service Role      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Thank you for viewing our posting! *Online applicants: Please be sure you have registered at www.randstadusa.com, and that you apply to this posting. * Randstad is seeking qualified individuals for the role of Customer Service Representatives to process Appeals during the Annual Open Enrollment period for a large Insurance company. Responsibilities: -Ability to communicate with Pharmacists, benefi
          Mantenimiento superior - Marriott International, Inc - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Electrodomésticos, HVAC, componentes eléctricos y de plomería, diagnosticar y reparar calderas, bombas y componentes relacionados....
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          Territory Associate - Nashville, TN - Caldera Medical - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
About Caldera Medical:. Caldera Medical’s Mission - To Improve the Quality of Life for Women! As Associate Territory Representative, you will assist a Territory...
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          Charlotte Independence vs Nashville SC, Jul 11, 2018 – Preview, Watch and Bet, Score      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
USL, Charlotte Independence – Nashville, Wednesday, 7:30 pm ET Charlotte Independence – Nashville 00:00 / 90:00 Watch and bet Charlotte Independence – Nashville live Sign in or Register (it’s free) to watch and bet Live Stream* To place a bet while streaming, go to Live In-Play Prior to joining bookmaker and funding your account in…
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Scripps Company (NYSE:. Scripps produces original programming including &quot;Pickler &amp; Ben,&quot; runs an award-winning investigative reporting newsroom in Washington, D...
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From The E.W. Scripps Company - Wed, 30 May 2018 02:15:04 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Святих Апостолів Петра і Павла (Мт 16:13-19; 2 Кор 11:21-12:9)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Євангеліє(Мт 16:13-19)
Прийшовши в околиці Филипової Кесарії, Ісус спитав своїх учнів: «За кого мають люди Сина Чоловічого?» 14. Ті відповіли: «Одні за Йоана Христителя, інші за Іллю, ще інші за Єремію або одного з пророків.» 15. «На вашу ж думку», - до них каже, - «хто я?» 16. Озвався Симон Петро і заявляє: «Ти - Христос, Бога живого Син.» 17. У відповідь Ісус сказав до нього: «Щасливий ти, Симоне, сину Йонин, бо не тіло і кров це тобі відкрили, а Отець мій небесний. 18. Тож і я тобі заявляю, що ти - Петро (скеля), і що я на цій скелі збудую мою Церкву й що пекельні ворота її не подолають. 19. Я дам тобі ключі Небесного Царства, і що ти на землі зв'яжеш, те буде зв'язане на небі; і те, що ти на землі розв'яжеш, те буде розв'язане й на небі.»
Апостол(2 Кор 11:21-12:9)
На сором кажу це, які то слабкі ми виявилися. Та в чому б там хто не виявляв сміливости, - говорю мов безумний! - я також можу її виявити. 22. Вони євреї? Я теж! Вони ізраїльтяни? Я теж! Потомки Авраама? Я теж! 23. Слуги Христові? Говорю неначе нерозумний: Я більш від них. Куди більше в працях, куди більше в тюрмах, під ударами надмірно, у смертельних небезпеках часто. 24. Від юдеїв я прийняв п'ять раз по сорок (ударів) без одного; 25. тричі киями мене бито, раз каменовано, тричі корабель зо мною розбивався; день і ніч перебув я у безодні. 26. У подорожах часто, у річкових небезпеках, у небезпеках від розбійників, у небезпеках від земляків, у небезпеках від поган, у небезпеках у місті, у небезпеках у пустині, у небезпеках на морі, у небезпеках від братів неправдивих; 27. у праці та втомі, в недосипаннях часто, у голоді та спразі, часто в постах, у холоді й наготі! 28. Крім інших випадків, моя щоденна настирлива думка - журба про всі Церкви! 29. Хтось слабкий, а я не слабкий? Хтось спокушається, а я не розпалююся? 30. Коли ж треба хвалитися, то я моєю неміччю буду хвалитись. 31. Бог і Отець Господа Ісуса, - благословен вовіки! - знає, що я не говорю неправди. 32. В Дамаску правитель царя Арети стеріг місто дамащан, щоб мене схопити; 33. та мене спущено віконцем у коші з муру, і я втік з його рук.
Чи треба хвалитися? Воно й не личить, але я таки приступлю до видінь та до об'явлення Господа. 2. Я знаю чоловіка в Христі, що чотирнадцять років тому, - чи то було в тілі, не знаю, чи то було без тіла, не знаю, Бог знає, - був він узятий аж до третього неба. 3. І знаю, що той чоловік - чи в тілі, чи без тіла, не знаю, Бог знає, - 4. був узятий у рай і чув слова несказанні, яких годі людині вимовити. 5. Таким буду хвалитися, собою ж не буду хвалитися, хіба лиш моїми немочами. 6. А коли я захочу хвалитися, я не буду безумний, бо скажу правду; але я стримуюся, щоб про мене хтось не сказав більше, ніж у мені бачить або від мене чує. 7. А щоб я не загордів надмірно висотою об'явлень, дано мені колючку в тіло, посланця сатани, щоб бив мене в обличчя, щоб я не зносився вгору. 8. Я тричі благав Господа ради нього, щоб він від мене відступився, 9. та він сказав мені: «Досить тобі моєї благодаті, бо моя сила виявляється в безсиллі.» Отож, я краще буду радо хвалитися своїми немочами, щоб у мені Христова сила перебувала.
Свято апостолів Петра і Павла це чудова духовна подія у якій ми переживаємо дуже багато Божих одкровень, благословень та неймовірних прикладів для духовного життя християн різних часів. Це свято є особливим знаком «різноманітної Божої благодаті» в житті двох дуже різних людей, які після зустрічі з Христом, пережили такий надзвичайний досвід та відкрили для себе натільки грандіозні Божі перспективи, що все їхнє життя набуло не тільки справжнього сенсу, але й стало чітко розділене на життя до і життя після: життя до зустрічі з Христом та життя після цієї зустрічі. Саме ця зустріч спрямувала їх погляди, а також віру, надію та любов у одному напрямку. Літургійні читання Євангелія та Апостола свята, дозволяють зробити кілька важливих штрихів стосовно кожного з них й тим самим дати поживу для духовних роздумів для нас сьогодні.
Петро
Ісус покликав Петра, коли той разом зі своїм братом Андрієм, закидав сіті на березі Галилейського озера. Простота, безпосередність, а головно готовність залишити усе й піти за Христом, замість малого світу з простими і зрозумілими обов’язками, які Петро виконував задля підтримки своєї родини, відкрили перед галилейським рибалкою цілий світ, який Він, пройшовши довгий шлях духовного перетворення, як чудовий інструмент в Божих руках, мав підкорити на послух Богові, через поширення Євангелії Ісуса Христа.
Цей рибалка був відважним та безпосереднім, інколи може навіть наївним… Він мав своє розуміння майбутнього свого народу та свої сподівання стосовно Месії. Зустрівши Ісуса, він якось навіть делікатно пробував переконати Ісуса прийняти його (легшу) версію реалізації Божих планів (пор. напр. Мт 16:22). Однак кілька років проведені з Христом (окрім того, що Петро усюди подорожував з Ісусом, важливо мати на увазі, що після того як Ісус виголосив Свою першу проповідь у рідному Назареті в результаті якої односельчани не прийняли Його (пор. Лк 4:16-30), Ісус поселився в домі тещі Петра в Капернаумі, а це місто в Євангеліях стало – «Його містом», містом Ісуса – пор. Мт 9:1; сам Петро та його брат Андрій були синами простого рибалки Йоана з Витсаїди), а потім у світлі зустрічі з Воскреслим, глибоке переосмислення значення життя та Страстей Ісуса, в результаті назавжди зумовили його власне життя, яке сповнилося найбільшою посвятою, любов’ю та вірністю. Цей чоловік був здатний любити та наслідувати Христа усім серцем. Так може любити тільки людина великого серця і сповнена дитячої простоти та відкритості. Напевне саме ці, а може і інші риси, спонукали Ісуса вибрати його Своїм апостолом, а згодом призначити його, як голову апостольського збору.
Шлях Петра з берега Галилейського озера до відповідальності свідчити Воскреслого перед сильними цього світу тривав кілька років: років сповнених невимовного здивування побаченим та почутим; моментів переосмислення та розчарувань; годин великих болів та терпінь; періоду зради та сліз розкаяння; моментів сповнених невимовною радістю, прощенням, любов’ю та непідробленою і осмисленою готовністю віддати своє життя заради Христа. Завдяки дії Божої благодаті у його житті, він на перший погляд не маючи відповідної «богословської» підготовки, став таким переконливим свідком, що, як ми чуємо в розповіді про Зіслання Святого Духа в Діях Апостолів, вже в перший день свята, тільки одною проповіддю навернув 3000 осіб. Цьому передував шлях власного глибоко дозрівання та час дії Божої благодаті в його особистому житті. Сьогоднішнє читання Євангелія свята представляє один з таких дуже важливих епізодів в житті Петра.
Місце де відбувається подія – околиця Кесарії Филипової, яку син Ірода Великого (Ірод Филип) близько 2-го р. до Хр. розбудував на честь імператора Тиберія та своєї власної особи.  Саме в околицях цього місця, куди прийшов Ісус зі своїми учнями, було висічене у скелі погруддя грецького божка (ідола) Пана, якого колись вшановували місцеві мешканці (в один період історії місто навіть називалося Паніум), а в печері було капище на його честь. Перед тим Ірод Филип розбудував місто, а сам Ірод Великий, отримавши місто від імператора Августа в 20 р. перед Христом, збудував у ньому храм з білого мармуру на честь цього ж Августа. Отже ця місцевість мала свою історію ідолопоклонства.
В цьому контексті Ісус ставить запитання апостолам: «За кого мене мають люди?». І тоді після того як апостоли висловили різні версії, які побутували в народі, Петро в імені всіх раптово робить унікальне визнання віри: «Ти – Христос, Бога живого Син.». Остаточно, істинне значення цього ісповідання сам Петро усвідомить вже після воскресіння Ісуса – і то до тої міри, що віддасть за цю віру своє життя, – однак в околицях Кесарії Филипової, Петро висловлює твердження, яке є наслідком незвичайного Божого одкровення у цю мить. Сам Ісус підкреслює, що визнання Петра – наслідок одкровення самого небесного Отця, а не результат його особистих пошуків чи прозрінь, як також це далеко не та інформація, якої хтось з людей навчив Петра («бо не тіло і кров це тобі відкрили, а Отець мій небесний»). Ісус називає Петра «щасливим» бо той пережив досвід Бога, який згодом будучи доповнений досвідом зустрічі з Воскреслим, назавжди наповнить його життя сенсом та радістю.
Роль Петра в Євангеліях є особлива – читаючи ці тексти приватно ми можемо відкрити для себе силу цієї особи: насамперед він є той, хто покликаний залишити все та іти за Ісусом (Мт 4:18-20; Лк 5:1-11); Ісус зціляє його тещу (Мт 8:14-15; Мк 1:30-31; Лк 4:38-39); Петро завжди очолює список/ перелік 12-ти апостолів  (Мт 10:2-4; Мк 3:16-19; Лк 6:14-16); Петро говорить, коли кровоточива жінка торкає Ісуса (Лк 8:45); Петро разом з Яковом та Йоаном присутні при воскресінні дочки Яіра (Мк 5:37; Лк 8:51); Петро іде по воді (Мт 14:28-31); він визнає віру в Ісуса, навіть тоді коли інші апостоли відходять (Йо 6:66-69); Петро просить Ісуса пояснити притчу про те що осквернює людину (Мт 15:15); він визнає в Ісусі Месію (Мт 16:13-19; Мк 8:27-30; Лк 9:18-21); Ісус також дорікає Петрові, коли той відмовляє Його від хресної дороги (Мт 16:21-23; Мк 8:31-33); разом з Яковом та Йоаном, Петро є свідком переображення Ісуса (Мт 17:1-9; Мк 9:1-9; Лк 9:27-36); сам Ісус залучає Петра в дискусію про податок на храм (Мт 17:24-27); Петро також питає Ісуса про те скільки потрібно прощати (Мт 18:21-22); Петро від себе та усіх апостолів каже Ісусові, що вони залишили все та пішли за Ним (Мт 19:27-30; Мк 10:28-31; Лк 18:28-30); тільки Петро пам’ятає про усохле фігове дерево (Мк 11:20-25); Петро говорить з Ісусом в часі омивання ніг (Йо 13:6-11); в часі Тайної Вечері Ісус провіщає відречення Петра (Мт 26:31-35; Мк 14:27-31; Лк 22:31-34; Йо 13:36-38); Петро засинає в Гетсиманії в часі чування Ісуса (Мт 26:36-46; Мк 14:32-42); в часі арешту Ісуса Петро атакує слугу первосвященика (Мк 14:47; Йо 18:10-11); Петро відрікається Ісуса в часі Страстей (Мт 26:69-75; Мк 14:66-72; Лк 22:55-61; Йо 18:15-17); після Воскресіння Ісус каже Петрові, що випередить його в Галилеї (Мк 16:7); Петро біжить до гробу Ісуса та знаходить його пустим (Лк 24:12); Клеопа та інший учень дізнаються, що Ісус зя’вився Петрові (Лк 24:34); Петро закидає сіті через підбадьорливе слово Ісуса (Йо 21:15-19); вкінці Ісус відновлює Петра та загоює рани його зречення (Йо 21:15-19). Окрім Євангелій – Діяння апостолів та два соборні послання написані Петром відкривають масштаб цього на перший погляд простого рибалки.
 Тому Ісус ставить його на чолі апостолів, щоб пильнував єдність Церкви. Влада яку отримує Петро – унікальний Божий дар, а не винагорода за аскетичні та інтелектуальні успіхи колишнього рибалки. Саме Петро став першим християнським місіонером серед язичників, місіонером для євреїв, а вкінці мучеником задля Христа у Римі.
Павло
Павло народився на початку нашої ери в Тарсі, головному місті Кілікії на південному-сході Малої Азії (сучасна Туреччина) – великому освітньому центрі, який уступав лише Афінам й Олександрії. Сучасником Павла в Тарсі був стоїчний філософ Нестор, – наставник Тіберія й глава впливової школи. Батько, майбутнього апостола народів був фарисеєм (Дії 23:6), – але Павло народився римським громадянином (Дії 22:28). Відтак Бог у своєму провидінні зумовив, що Павло був людиною трьох світів: мав єврейське коріння, грецьке виховання та римське громадянство. Все це пізніше чудово послужило для справи Євангелія. Його єврейське коріння дозволило Йому краще зрозуміти Боже діяння в Історії Спасіння. Грецьке виховання полегшило комунікацію з язичниками та вченими людьми на зрозумілій для них мові. Римське громадянство стало у пригоді в численних місійних подорожах, оскільки людина з римським «паспортом» могла легше долати великі відстані та комунікувати у стародавньому світі.
Більшу частину своєї юності провів не в Тарсі, а в Єрусалимі, «біля ніг» знаменитого єврейського наставника Гамалиїла (Дії 22:3) – тут він отримав освіту не тільки в області Старого Завіту, але й в області равіністичної інтерпретації Тори. На противагу до Гамалиїла (Дії 5:34–39), Павлова ревність до батьківських переказів викликала в ньому вороже ставлення до учнів Ісуса Христа, що в результаті спонукало Його до жорстоких переслідувань християн.
Однак зустріч з Христом по дорозі до Дамаску назавжди перемінила його життя. Навернення Павла є однією з найважливіших подій ранньохристиянської історії. Про цю подію можна прочитати три розповіді в книзі Діянь (Дії 9:3-19: коротка розповідь про подію, що належить самому Луці; Дії 22:6–16 та 26:12–18  розповіді самого Павла). Розповіді самого апостола та розповідь Луки – спроби передати людською мовою досвід, невимовний у звичайних категоріях. Згодом Павло не раз говорив, що його навернення відбулося винятково завдяки силі й милості Божій, які зробили з нього протилежність тому, чим він був (1 Кор 9:17; 15:10; Гал 1:15 і т.д.). Він був переконаний, що бачив воскреслого Ісуса, а тому має всі повноваження бути апостолом (1 Кор 9:1; 15:8; пор. Дії 1:22).
Старий Завіт сформував у Павла ряд базових богословських понять: монотеїзм; віру, що спасіння полягає у  праведності перед Богом; ідею жертви за гріхи; навчання про прийдешній Суд, тілесне воскресіння й месіанське царство. Всі ці ідеї він глибоко переосмислив після своєї зустрічі з Христом.
Якою ж була нова віра? Що володіло розумом і серцем колишнього гонителя?  Павло увірував, що Ісус із Назарету живий. Розп'ятий Месія більше не мертвий: Він є живий Господь і Владика. Під час навернення по дорозі в Дамаск Павло усвідомив це з такою силою, що ця віра не залишала його ніколи. Всі його послання пронизані впевненістю в живій присутності воскреслого Христа Владики. Відтак, ключове значення у своєму покликанні апостол надавав благодаті Божій. Дотриманням Закону Мойсея Павло не тільки не заробив статус перед Богом, але й впав у тяжкий гріх – переслідував учнів Ісуса. Ніяких заслуг: Павло не вибирав Бога, – Бог сам його обрав; і Бог не покарав його за ворожнечу проти Христа, але помилував його.
Світогляд Павла перед наверненням можна було окреслити наступним чином:  є Один Бог, який вибрав один народ, і є одне майбутнє для цього народу (воскресіння мертвих і царювання Бога на Сіоні). Зустрівши Ісуса Христа, Павло глибоко переосмислив ці три тези у тринітарних категоріях: є один Бог та один Господь (пор. 1 Кор 8:6) – Ісус Христос і Святий Дух; є один Божий народ – не тільки народ Ізраїля, але Божий народ з язичників та євреїв у одному тілі Церкви; в Божому задумі є одне майбутнє не тільки для Ізраїля, але й для усіх людей, які у воскресінні мертвих отримають у спадкоємство нову землю та нове небо – оновлений та переображений  світ.
Внаслідок глибоко досвіду зустрічі з Христом, Павло заснував цілий ряд нових громад у Малій Азії, Македонії, Греції й інших країнах та написав серію послань, які становлять приблизно чверть Нового Завіту. В кожному з своїх послань Павло намагався підбадьорити молоді спільноти в їх вірі у Христа та допомагав першим християнам долати різні труднощі на їхній дорозі духовного переображення. Дуже часто Павло ділився особистим досвідом життя у Христі та результатами Божого діяння в його житті: такі уривки з його послань часто називають автобіографічними. Сьогоднішній уривок з читання апостола є одним таких чудових прикладів в якому великий апостол розповідає про своє особисте життя єврея, члена Божого народу, який усвідомив унікальність Божих обітниць сповнених у Христі та особисто пережив надзвичайний досвід Бога, завдяки Його невимовній милості. Цей досвід так сильно направляв життя Павла, що задля поширення Доброї Новини про Христа, він пройшов десятки тисяч кілометрів пішки та з великою мужністю та вдячністю переживав найрізноманітніші випробування, про що ми чуємо в сьогоднішньому читанні. Павло ніколи не жалівся на труднощі та випробування апостольського життя, навіть навпаки, він міг сказати: «Ба, більше: я вважаю за втрату все задля найвищого спізнання Христа Ісуса, Господа мого, заради якого я все втратив і вважаю все за сміття, аби Христа придбати; 9. і опинитися в ньому не з праведністю моєю, що від закону, а з тією, що через віру в Христа, з праведністю, що від Бога - від віри; 10. щоб спізнати його й силу його воскресіння і участь в його муках, уподібнюючись йому у смерті, 11. аби якось осягнути воскресіння з мертвих.» (Флп 3:8-11).
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Через 30-40 років після смерті Ісуса, завдяки натхненному служінню апостолів, а насамперед Петра та Павла, в кожному великому місті Малої Азії, Греції й Італії була як мінімум одна християнська конгрегація. В Діяннях апостолів читаємо, що завдяки свідченню апостолів Добра Новина дуже швидко огорнула 32 країни, 54 міста й 9 середземноморських островів.  Обидва апостоли по різному та в різний час пережили унікальний досвід зустрічі з Христом, який зумовив швидке поширення християнського руху від провінційного Єрусалиму до сліпучої столиці імперії – Риму. Бог надзвичайним чином реалізував Свої задуми через смиренного та покірного рибалку та ерудованого новонаверненого равина Павла, бо ж Божа «сила виявляється в безсиллі.»…
Задля віри в Христа та поширення Євангелія, обидва апостоли заплатили найвищу ціну – жертву власного життя. В часі переслідування християн Нероном, Павлові як римському громадянинові відрубали голову, а Петра розіп’яли догори ногами, оскільки той вважав себе недостойним бути розп’ятим так само як і його Господь…
Використана література:
B.M. Metzger, The New Testament: Its Background, Growth and Content, Abingdon Press, Nashville 2003, P. 195-208; 221-248
N. T. Wright, Paul and the Faithfulness of God Minneapolis: Fortress Press 2013, Vol. 4, P. 609-1265

J. Gish, Peter the Apostle. In J. D. Barry, D. Bomar, D. R. Brown, R. Klippenstein, D. Mangum, C. Sinclair Wolcott, … W. Widder (Eds.), The Lexham Bible Dictionary. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press 2016 (electronic edition).

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The first week of June was one of Luke Combs' biggest weeks in his still fledgling career. The 28-year-old taped an outdoor performance for the "CMT Crossroads" series with soul singer Leon Bridges, attended the CMT Awards, released a deluxe version of his debut album and sang in front of tens of thousands of fans at the CMA Fest.   And then immediately after the festival performance, he lost his voice. Put on vocal rest for 10 days, Combs had a No. 1 country album but couldn't perform.   "It stung a little bit," he admitted later after his voice recovered. "It made me, I guess, a bit more vulnerable than I would have liked."   Mostly he was upset about having to reschedule shows and disappointing fans. The Asheville, North Carolina-born singer built his success on his live shows when he was performing more than 200 dates a year in 2016 in college towns all around the Southeast and adding to his fan base one show at a time.   "Imagine you've been working out for a year straight, as hard as you can work out and the last set, the last thing you gotta do is that last week of CMA Fest," Combs said. "It's like the second you're done with it, you're just like laid out on the floor."   Combs has been working at a breakneck speed in the year since his debut album, "This One's for You," was released last year. It spawned three No. 1 country radio singles in a row, the first time that's happened since Sam Hunt did it in 2014. The album's deluxe version, featuring five new songs, sold better in the first week than his original debut record, meaning he's earned himself a lot more fans in just a year. His gold-selling album is the most streamed country album of 2018 and it has spent five nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart. Instead of the traditional path to country stardom of writing songs for other people before launching his career as an artist, Combs released his own music and promoted himself to his millennial peers online through the now-defunct social media platform Vine.   "I think that was kind of always my goal: get people to come back and see a show twice and then see it a third time," Combs said. "And now I've got people who have been to 30, 40 shows."   Combs even found his first manager on the road when Chris Kappy saw him perform his now multiplatinum single, "Hurricane," in a Georgia bar in 2015. Kappy, who had no previous management experience, immediately felt a kinship to Combs, as both are large men with oversized personalities and scrappy attitudes.   "We're not the typical norm of what this industry is looking for,'' Kappy said.   Kappy's plan was to just let Combs be himself and let the natural talent win over fans. "I told Luke, 'I just want people to fall in love with you, buddy, and to do that we have to expose you. And that's being vulnerable, that's being humble, that's telling stories.'"   It helped that his first single, "Hurricane," was a great showcase of his deep booming voice with a big hooky chorus. Already signed to a new label called River House Artists, the song was gaining ground on radio when he was added to the Columbia Nashville roster. Sony's promotional muscle behind the song was like adding gasoline to a fire, said Kappy.   His label listened to feedback from radio programmers to give him his second radio No. 1 with "When It Rains It Pours," a cheeky take on a breakup that turned into a lucky streak. But he went back to the well of the emotion-driven love songs with a slight R&B swagger on "One Number Away," his third hit single. All three of his songs have also reached the Top 40 on the pop charts.   Fans connect with Combs' unvarnished approachability and openness. The burly and bearded performer wears the same kind of shirt every time he hits the stage, a short-sleeved black sports shirt made to help fishermen deal with heat and sweat. He's a beer-swigging, tobacco-chewing everyman who is also self-assured enough to sing about the passion of heartbreak and love.   "There's an authenticity in just being who you are and not having an act about it or wear clothes you normally wouldn't wear," Combs said. "I'm just comfortable in my own skin."   Combs is currently opening for Jason Aldean on tour and he'll play shows in the United Kingdom and Europe this fall. But his next big play is the sophomore album, which he's already been writing and recording. He compares the quick success he's had with the first record to an average-looking guy who somehow landed the girlfriend that's out of his league.   "I just try not to think about it too much," Combs said.
          Work set to begin on new performing arts center in Nashville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A southern Indiana tourist mecca is moving ahead with plans for an indoor performing arts center that local officials hope will lure visitors back to its once thriving arts-and-music village.

          Store Manager - Ollie's Bargain Outlet - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Store Team Leader provides leadership for the successful operation of the entire store. The Store Team Leader creates and leads a sales team that is...
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          Senior Account Manager - Zeta Global - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Spearhead projects and facilitate internal and external cross-functional team communication. Type of meetings will include client status, project kick-offs and...
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          Solutions Architect - Asurion - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Presentation skills with a high degree of comfort speaking with internal business and technology communities....
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          Loss Prevention Service Representative - Gap Inc. - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*Please apply online at: *https://jobs.gapinc.com/old-navy-home *Job number: 235845* *TITLE: * Loss Prevention Service Representative *FLSA: * Non-Exempt ...
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          Industrial Electrician      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NC-Nashville, A processing facility in Nashville, NC is seeking to fill the Year-Round Hourly position of Industrial Electrician, who must be flexible to work different shifts. The individual in this position will be responsible for the repair and maintenance of factory equipment. Responsibilities: All duties and responsibilities of an Industrial Electrician, including maintenance of plant machinery. Troublesho
          Jorja Smith Announces 'Lost & Found' Tour      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

After a successful tour in the States in the spring, Jorja Smith shares another round of North American headlining tour dates for late fall. Kicking off on November 19 in Seattle, the 'Lost & Found' tour will last 18 nights, spanning across major cities in the U.S. and Canada. The tour will conclude just before Christmas, on December 19 in Toronto. Tickets will go on sale on July 13 at 10 a.m. EST over at Jorja Smith's official site. So if you haven't yet, listen to Jorja Smith's debut album Lost & Found, which released back in June. Check out the tour dates and tour flyer below: JORJA SMITH LOST & FOUND TOUR DATES 11/19 Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo 11/20 Vancouver, BC @ Orpheum Theater 11/21 Portland, OR @ Roseland Ballroom 11/23 San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield 11/26 Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern 11/29 Phoenix, AZ @ Van Buren 12/2 Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater 12/3 Austin, TX @ Mohawk 12/5 Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall 12/6 New Orleans, LA @ Republic NOLA 12/8 Nashville, TN @ Cannery Ballroom 12/9 Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle 12/11 Washington, DC @ Fillmore 12/12 Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live 12/15 New York, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom 12/16 Boston, MA @ House of Blues Boston 12/18 Montreal, QC @ Mtelus 12/19 Toronto, ON @ Rebel I'm excited to be heading back to North America in November & December for another headline tour. Can't wait ♥️? Tickets on sale Friday! https://t.co/bFzvQe9PbM pic.twitter.com/M59X5QRndQ — JMoney (@JorjaSmith) July 10, 2018

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          Pharmacy/Medicare Part D Customer Service Role      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Thank you for viewing our posting! *Online applicants: Please be sure you have registered at www.randstadusa.com, and that you apply to this posting. * Randstad is seeking qualified individuals for the role of Customer Service Representatives to process Appeals during the Annual Open Enrollment period for a large Insurance company. Responsibilities: -Ability to communicate with Pharmacists, benefi
          30 Positions for Pharmacy Tech/Customer Service Role      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, We are recruiting for a large healthcare insurance company in the Metro Center Area for highly skilled Customer Service Representatives and pharmacy is experience a plus. This long term assignment is through March 2019 during the annual enrollment period. The ideal candidate with have customer service and pharmacy experience. This opportunity will expose the right candidate to a great working envi
          Events: BMI presents…“8 off 8th”: Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          French Bulldog Puppies -Gifted Trained Litter (Oodle) $750      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
gifted Litter French Bulldog Puppies Visit us http://WWW.FRENCHIESLOVER.COM I offer a health and a genetic guarantee on every puppy we give out . My pups are vet checked and are kept on a strict vaccination protocol. For more information on how to reserve one of my babies or how to be placed on a waiting list please contact IMPORTANT: NOTE : NOTE, PLEASE DO VISIT OUR WEB SITE PAGE, Send us a message ONLY AT WWW.FRENCHIESLOVER.COM .They are cute and lovely male and female available , they are vet checked and up to date on shots , vaccinations and are akc registered , so if interested kindly visit our web site page , so that i can send you pics and more info about the puppies.

          French Bulldog Puppies -Gifted Trained Litter (Oodle) $750      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
gifted Litter French Bulldog Puppies Visit us http://WWW.FRENCHIESLOVER.COM I offer a health and a genetic guarantee on every puppy we give out . My pups are vet checked and are kept on a strict vaccination protocol. For more information on how to reserve one of my babies or how to be placed on a waiting list please contact IMPORTANT: NOTE : NOTE, PLEASE DO VISIT OUR WEB SITE PAGE, Send us a message ONLY AT WWW.FRENCHIESLOVER.COM .They are cute and lovely male and female available , they are vet checked and up to date on shots , vaccinations and are akc registered , so if interested kindly visit our web site page , so that i can send you pics and more info about the puppies.

          Pharmacist - Acute - (Pharma / Pharm)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted on: 2018-07-11

Job Category
Pharmacist
Profession
Acute
Specialty

Shift
12 D
Duration
13 Weeks
Start Date
ASAP
Pay Rate
$55.00 - $60.00
Job Description & Requirements
Pharmacist - Acute - (Pharma / Pharm)
REQUIRED SKILLS: This is a temp to perm position. Must have PharmD Degree, Current Pharmacy License in TN, Minimum 5yr of hospital pharmacy practice including experience in implementation of software and project management. # OF WEEKS: 13 SHIFT/HOURS: 7am-7pm 36hours Days Weekdays, Some Weekends
Required Qualifications
This is a temp to perm position. Must have PharmD Degree, Current Pharmacy License in TN, Minimum 5yr of hospital pharmacy practice including experience in implementation of software and project management.
Preferred Qualifications
No Preferred qualifications
About the Facility
Call for details.
Facility Location
Filled with Southern charm, scenic beauty, boot-scootin dance halls and country music at every turn, Music City, USA is always a fascinating destination. Traveling health care professionals who take an assignment in Nashville have the opportunity to enjoy the citys lively music scene, historic attractions, local craft markets and festive clubs.
Job Benefits
Allied travel assignments are typically for 13 weeks and offer generous packages that include:
  • Competitive pay rates
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • 401(k) and Flex Spending
  • Life Insurance
  • Accident and Short-term Disability Coverage
  • Free Continuing Education
  • Free Private Housing
  • Refer a friend and earn extra cash!

About the Company
Club Staffing, an AMN Healthcare company, is the leader in allied healthcare staffing, with thousands of travel positions available throughout the United States. We are dedicated to meeting the unique needs of each allied healthcare professional; whether it's travel, per diem, temp-to-perm, or permanent. We also offer more therapist, laboratory and medical imaging jobs in more places than other travel companies. AMN Healthcare is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer. We encourage minority and female applicants to apply.


          (USA-TN-Nashville) Administrative Program Coordinator, Enterprise Emergency Preparedness and Emergency Operations      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
* About HCA * Nashville-based HCA is one of the nation's leading providers of healthcare services, operating 171 locally managed hospitals and 119 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and the United Kingdom. With its founding in 1968, HCA created a new model for hospital care in the United States, using combined resources to strengthen hospitals, deliver patient-focused care and improve the practice of medicine. HCA has conducted a number of clinical studies, including one that demonstrated that full-term delivery is healthier than early elective delivery of babies and another that identified a clinical protocol that can reduce bloodstream infections in ICU patients by 44 percent. HCA is a learning healthcare system that uses its more than 27 million annual patient encounters to advance science, improve patient care and save lives. *JOB SUMMARY* This position serves as the Administrative Program Coordinator, Enterprise Preparedness & Emergency Operations within the Clinical Services Group. The position is responsible for the administrative support of the VP of Enterprise Emergency Operations and the Enterprise Emergency Operations Program; this position will be responsible for on-site readiness & response of the Enterprise Emergency Operations Center (EEOC), along with the planning, training and coordination associated with the EEOC; this position will administratively support EPEO staff with the coordination of readiness, response and recovery initiatives across the enterprise and with assigned community initiatives. This position reports directly to the Vice President of Enterprise Preparedness & Emergency Operations. *ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS – EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATIVE & OPERATIONAL SUPPORT* • Incident Management Systems: responsible for the corporate and EOC implementation, training and on-going support of the enterprise healthcare incident management system and mass notification system • EEOC Readiness & Response: responsible for the planning, coordination, scheduling and evaluation of enterprise emergency operations center activities, including real-world responses, drills and exercises • EEOC: oversees the on-going revision and maintenance of the EEOC plans and support the maintenance of other emergency management plans, policies and procedures as directed • Incident Support: assigned to oversee a portfolio of operational playbooks, along with subject matter experts and primary stakeholder • Incident Support: coordinates revisions with changing federal, state, and local agency programs. Keeps a current resource list identifying pertinent outside agencies • Incident Support: coordinates emergency planning within the HCA enterprise as well as local government, state and federal agencies, and the private sector • Leadership: participates as an active member in the Enterprise Emergency Operations Council and Business Continuity Council • Leadership: represent HCA on regional Emergency Preparedness Coalition(s). • Administrative: assists with the department expense management, budget process, travel and meeting coordination • Administrative: participates in the program management of emergency operations programs, as well as education and training programs • Incident Support: participates as a member of the Emergency Operations Center team during emergency activations • Coordinate, problem solve, and manage expectations within all levels of organization. Coordinate and work with divisions, facilities, multi-disciplinary teams, including clinical and non-clinical staff in order to develop and implement procedures and programs *SME/Support* • Individual must become the subject matter expert in their respective area and be able to provide clinical and operational support under an all-hazards emergency operations framework. • Serve as subject matter expert in respective area. Conduct work group calls, answer questions, develop instructional/training programs/guides/FAQs. *Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required within first year:* • Competence in Microsoft word, excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and other administrative software systems (competence at time of hire) • Professional ability to develop and design presentations related to subject matter provided to individual (competence and ability at time of hire) • Competence to management multiple executive schedules, book travel and coordinate meetings (competence at time of hire) • Competence in the Healthcare Incident Management System • Familiar with the application and operation of Healthcare Incident Management Systems • Familiar with the application and operation of Mass Communication Systems/Technologies • Understanding of a Comprehensive Emergency Management Program • Ability to collaborate and work across a highly matrixed organization • Understanding of the Homeland Security Exercise and Planning Program • Understanding of The Joint Commission Emergency Management Standards, with familiarization to the 2017 CMS EP Rule • Applied knowledge of hospital operations and healthcare emergency preparedness • Understanding of applied project management • Ability to travel up to 10% of assigned work time *EXPERIENCE and EDUCATION* College Degree with 1-3 plus years of relevant experience required. **Job:** **Facilities Mgmt Plant Ops & Security* **Title:** *Administrative Program Coordinator, Enterprise Emergency Preparedness and Emergency Operations* **Location:** *Tennessee-Nashville-Corporate Main Campus* **Requisition ID:** *10201-25047*
          (USA-TN-Nashville) Director Strategic Innovation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*About HCA* HCA, a Fortune 100 company with more than 200,000 employees, is one of the nation's leading providers of healthcare services, operating over 170 locally managed hospitals and over 100 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and the United Kingdom. With its founding in 1968, HCA created a new model for hospital care in the United States, using combined resources to strengthen hospitals, deliver patient-focused care and improve the practice of medicine. HCA is a learning healthcare system that uses more than 27 million annual patient encounters to advance science, improve patient care and save lives. HCA has been named one of the world's most ethical companies for eight years in a row. At HCA, we are driven by a single goal: the care and improvement of human life. _SI Goals_ Takes a lead role in setting and achieving specific SI goals annually (under the direction of the VP, SI and in conjunction with the other members of the SI) and contributing to the achievement of Department and Company annual goals. _General_ Serves as Customer Lead to business area programs to identify issues and risks, to collect information for enterprise decision-making, and to provide value-added services to the business areas. Ensures that program information necessary for enterprise decision-making for senior HCA management is available. _Executive Management Facilitation_ Facilitates, in conjunction with the VP, SI, key governing bodies, such as steering committees, integration committees, and risk and issue management teams. Structures, organizes and facilitates meetings of these governing bodies and ensures action items are monitored. Recognized by individuals both inside and outside the SI as being a leader in enterprise wide perspective and bringing cross-functional areas together on issues and decisions. _SI Initiatives_ Takes a lead role on many of the SI initiatives and is instrumental, in conjunction with the VP, SI and/or SI AVPs, in setting direction for the group and ensuring that SI services are effectively and successfully implemented. Focuses on initiatives that have operational impact. Participates in the roll-out of strategic initiates (e.g., Service Line Planning) throughout HCA. _ Change Agent_ Serves as a key change agent for enterprise-wide initiatives, analyzing organizational change implications and recommending methods for managing changes, communicating, and minimizing impact to facilities and other areas impacted by change. _ _ _Customer Relationships_ As a*senior member*and*strategic leader*of the SI, responsible for building strong relationships with SI customers in the business areas and for delivering products and services to meet their needs. Investigates and understands SI customer needs and develops creative approaches to meeting those needs. Develops SI support plans for customers and monitors their effectiveness. _Managing Risks_ Supports the facilitation of the program/project risk management process ensuring proper management of risks and their impact on of business initiatives on the company. *GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES * _Core Functions_ · Program Participation Serves as Strategic Consultant and Customer Lead for business areas, departments and programs. · Consulting Participates in designing the SI's consulting support strategy and leads specific consulting efforts of moderate to high complexity, including Rapid Design Sessions and Meeting Facilitation. Specifically plays a key role in the analysis, facilitation and planning required for the Service Line Planning rollout _Projects (examples)_ · Business Case Development Leads development of business case processes, standards, and templates including consulting and coaching the business areas, departments and programs through the creation of a business case. Applies appropriate rigor to business case development for the Service Line Planning rollout · New and Consolidating Hospitals and HCA Hospital Integration Leads operation support including new and consolidating hospitals and overall hospital operational impact analysis, reduction strategies and integration to the HCA-way. _Basic_ · Achieving Project Goals Directing and achieving project goals for initiatives, as assigned. · Continuous Improvement Organizing and managing activities associated with continuous improvement in the SI. Leads specific critical continuous improvement efforts. · Managing Multiple Tasks/Responsibilities Managing and achieving a multitude of objectives simultaneously in an effective manner. · Training Skills Exhibiting good customer engagement and coaching skills for promoting adoption of Project Management and other SI initiatives across the organization. · Updating Knowledge Keeping current in leading enterprise program management, consulting, and healthcare strategies and practices. Develops a keen understanding of Service Line Planning and Management strategies. Supporting SI knowledge management practices to develop, document, inventory, and dissmeniate best practices within the SI and other HCA departments. · Working Independently Working independently and in conjunction with other individual and departments in situations of high complexity to achieve company goals. Trusted to work within predefined goals and independently design and execute approaches that meet those goals. · Perspective Has broad-ranging business perspective and strategic, long-term view of enterprise strategy. · Analytical Skills & Decision Making Highly skilled at researching highly complex issues, formulating alternatives, analyzing benefits and risks, and facilitating groups through a critical thinking process to arrive at a solution. · Growing SI Resources Coaches and mentors SI resources on consulting, healthcare, and business relationship skills. · Working with SI Customers Working at the highest executive levels within the business areas of the company. · Coordination across Customers Ensuring that all necessary work activities are coordinated with other members of the SI, with customers, and other HCA departments to ensure integration across the various initiatives. *EDUCATION * * * College Graduate Preferred Graduate (MBA or MHA) *EXPERIENCE * * * 5-7 Years of Experience · Must have held leadership positions (reflecting increasing levels of responsibility) in roles where relationship building at the executive level was a key responsibility. · Consulting experience (e.g., with a large consulting firm) at senior levels required. · Experience in program management and in taking an enterprise-wide perspective required. PMP Certification desired. · Experience in company-wide strategy and planning preferred _Knowledge_ · Health care industry In depth knowledge of healthcare business required. Specific Service Line Planning experience highly desired. · Project Management Keen understanding of project management industry practices and tools and the value these practices and tools bring to enterprise initiatives. · Quality Control An in-depth knowledge of quality control processes including documenting feedback of analysis. · Business Processes An in-depth knowledge of business processes such as the development, implementation and support processes. · Consulting An in-depth knowledge and capabilities in performing effectively in a consulting setting. · Analytical Skills An in-depth knowledge and capabilities in analytical skills. · Verbal Skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills.. · Interpersonal Skills Excellent interpersonal skills and team skills. · Meeting facilitation Strong meeting and work session facilitation skills.// **Job:** **Executive* **Title:** *Director Strategic Innovation* **Location:** *Tennessee-Nashville-Corporate Main Campus* **Requisition ID:** *10210-25126*
          Hundreds treated for heat exposure at Tennessee music fest      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
More than 200 people have been treated for heat-related illnesses at a music festival in Tennessee, with at least 20 taken to a hospital. Nashville Fire Department spokesman Joseph Pleasant … Click to Continue »
          Data Analyst-SR      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Job Description Job Title: Senior Data Analyst Department: Analytic Consulting Group *This person will work onsite at Nissan in Franklin TN *Requires strong SQL and SAS skills *Background in analytics Summary: The Analytic Consulting Group partners with internal and external clients and data providers, leveraging predictive analytics and advanced statistical techniques to drive strategic thought a
          [nash] Regional Strawberry Pre-Plant Meeting      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tuesday, August 14 – 5:30 – 8:00pm Nash County Agriculture Center – 1006 Eastern Avenue, Nashville NC Please REGISTER HERE or RSVP by calling Colby Griffin at … Continue Reading
          [7/11]SNOWED IN WITH HER EX (Brides and Belles Series)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SNOWED IN WITH HER EX (Brides and Belles Series)

SNOWED IN WITH HER EX (Brides and Belles Series)

Art by : Kazuna Uchida
Written by : Andrea Laurence
Published by Mills & Boon

Was their breakup justified? Is it too late to fix it now?Upcoming starlet Missy Klein is getting married to Ian Lawson, founder of the SpinTrax recording label, and From This Moment, Nashville’s hottest wedding planners, have gotten the contract to a... »

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SNOWED IN WITH HER EX (Brides and Belles Series)

SNOWED IN WITH HER EX (Brides and Belles Series)

Art by : Kazuna Uchida
Written by : Andrea Laurence
Genre Romance
Published by Harlequin

Was their breakup justified? Is it too late to fix it now?Upcoming starlet Missy Klein is getting married to Ian Lawson, founder of the SpinTrax recording label, and From This Moment, Nashville’s hottest wedding planners, have gotten the contract to a... »

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          Audiology Externship Opportunity - Goodlettsville, TN - Audigy - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Audiology & Hearing Health is looking for a highly motivated Audiology extern to join the team! About Audiology & Hearing Health: At Audiology & Hearing...
From Audigy - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 10:18:53 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Nashville Patient Care Coordinator - Audigy - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*PATIENT CARE COORDINATOR* *POSITION SUMMARY: * The Patient Care Coordinator is responsible for greeting patients, answering the phones, scheduling...
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          (Nashville) Taurus Judge 10th Anniversary - Offer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Never fired 10th Anniversary Taurus Judge shoots 410 or 45 long colt comes with case 3 boxes of 410 different shells and a shoulder holster best price Text 615-967-6243
          Mortgage Closer - In Office      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
National Mortgage Staffing - Nashville, TN - The Mortgage Loan Closing Coordinator(Closer) will be responsible for closing and funding all loans according to the proper product.... Candidates must have a minimum of one year of mortgage closing experience and demonstrated willingness to learn. Responsibilities: Review loans...
          Remote Director of Mortgage Marketing - Mortgage Experience Required      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
National Mortgage Staffing - Nashville, TN - in the mortgage industry Experience delivering complex written presentations Experience with Direct Mail, TV, Digital and Online marketing...
          Director, Marketing & Communications (Owen) | Vanderbilt University      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
US - TN - Nashville, Description  About the Position:The Director, Marketing & Communications at the Owen Graduate School of Management plays a key role developing and implementing school-wide marketing str
          Comment on Sundown in Nashville by Pam Johnson      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ah, the odyssey to find a new dawg! Ours involved our annual trip to OSF in Ashland , coupled with a side trip to Reno to pick up our Django. BTW: Ashland Creek Inn is a great dog-friendly place. No mileage available, but it was a great road trip...with a purpose. Love the Nashville videos and double-stoppin' fiddler Pappy. I'm a big Western Swing fan (well, string swing in general, just back from the Django Reinhardt festival at Fontainebleau ) and great to hear there's still much authentic music there. I want to hear about the new puppeh. Lucy and Oscar would be pleased you have honored them with the next generation of Smooth Fox Terrorists ?
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Alliance Partners HSP LLC and Musicians Corner have partnered to bring free, mid-day music to the heart of downtown with the ‘Music with a Mission’ Concert Series at the Nashville City Center. Held every Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. beginning July 12 through November 15, Music with a Mission will be an opportunity for downtown tenants,

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          Public health care company CEO retires      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Brentwood-based Diversicare Healthcare Services Inc. announced Monday that CEO Kelly Gill has retired, effective July 6. The company’s chief financial officer, James McKnight Jr., has replaced Gill, according to a news release. Diversicare (NASDAQ:DVCR) is Nashville’s 10th-largest publicly traded health care company, according to Nashville Business Journal research, with more than $574 million of revenue in 201 7. Gill had been the company’s chief operating officer before taking over as… (Source: bizjournals.com Health Care:Biotechnology headlines)
          Elm Hill Teller I - Ascend Federal Credit Union - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Assist with business development. Must be able to operate or have ability to be trained to operate related office equipment including calculator, cash dispense...
From Ascend Federal Credit Union - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 02:43:16 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Melrose Relationship Representative - Ascend Federal Credit Union - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
As designated by manager, open business accounts determining correct entity type and offer products depending on business members’ needs....
From Ascend Federal Credit Union - Sat, 26 May 2018 02:43:09 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Genesco Park Relationship Representative - Ascend Federal Credit Union - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
As designated by manager, open business accounts determining correct entity type and offer products depending on business members’ needs....
From Ascend Federal Credit Union - Thu, 10 May 2018 02:43:03 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Melrose Retail Support Representative - Ascend Federal Credit Union - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Must be able to operate or have ability to be trained to operate related office equipment including calculator, cash dispense machine, laser printer, receipt...
From Ascend Federal Credit Union - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 20:51:46 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Sr. Estimator - Commercial      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yates - Nashville, TN - Yates Sr. Estimator - Commercial Nashville, TN 37214 Position: Senior Estimator - Commercial Location: Nashville, Tennessee Yates... for all trade disciplines. - Assemble general conditions estimates for review by Operations Manager, Chief Estimator and/or Senior Project Manager...
          Neuigkeiten von Thrice, Reeperbahn Festival, Spiritualized und vielen mehr...      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Neuigkeiten von Thrice, dem Reeperbahn Festival, Pup, Spiritualized, Viagra Boys, Nashville Pussy, Empowerment, Nothington, MxPx, Chinas Version von Spotify, Strung Out und Trivium vs. Britney. +++ Thrice haben ein Video zu "The Grey" veröffentlicht. Der Clip zu dem Song spielt in einem Sanatorium und vermittelt mit Schwarz-Weiß-Optik eine beklemmende Horrorfilm-Atmosphäre. Im folgenden entspinnt sich eine bedrückende Geschichte über Unterdrückung und Widerstand. Zu dem Song hatten sie...
          French Bulldog Puppies -Gifted Trained Litter (Oodle) $750      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
gifted Litter French Bulldog Puppies Visit us http://WWW.FRENCHIESLOVER.COM I offer a health and a genetic guarantee on every puppy we give out . My pups are vet checked and are kept on a strict vaccination protocol. For more information on how to reserve one of my babies or how to be placed on a waiting list please contact IMPORTANT: NOTE : NOTE, PLEASE DO VISIT OUR WEB SITE PAGE, Send us a message ONLY AT WWW.FRENCHIESLOVER.COM .They are cute and lovely male and female available , they are vet checked and up to date on shots , vaccinations and are akc registered , so if interested kindly visit our web site page , so that i can send you pics and more info about the puppies.

          Benefis Health System Enhances Patient Access with MyHealthDirect's Digital Care Coordination Platform      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Benefis, a not-for-profit community health system in the Great Falls, Montana area, has selected MyHealthDirect, a leader in digital care coordination solutions, to enhance patient access. MyHealthDirect's technology will enable real-time consumer self-scheduling and guided search through the Benefis website, allowing 164,000 patients across a 13-county region to quickly find and book the care they need.
          Nashville woman attacked by 2 dogs to be released from Chicago hospital 14 weeks later – WLS-TV      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
WLS-TVA 68-year old woman who was attacked by two dogs in April — and thought she may lose her leg — will be released from the hospital on Wednesday. Marion Fowler, who was visiting Chicago from Nashville, Tenn., when she was attacked, sustained severe … …read more Source:: Chicago Weather News By Google News
          En Quarantaine 2      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A l'aéroport de Los Angeles, des passagers embarquent pour un vol à destination de Nashville.
          AVP/Desktop Engineer - AllianceBernstein - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ability to build efficient internal relations and communicate extensively with key internal stakeholders. Provide thought leadership in industry and to fellow...
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          IT Manager - Country Music Foundation - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Switches – Dell and Cisco. A few Linux machines as well. Supervise production application moves for internal and external systems....
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          Store Manager - Ollie's Bargain Outlet - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Store Team Leader provides leadership for the successful operation of the entire store. The Store Team Leader creates and leads a sales team that is...
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          Certain Songs #1259: Neil Young – “Comes a Time”      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Album: Comes a Time Year: 1978 Recorded at Woodland Studios, Nashville on November 2, 1977 After the hodgepodge that was American Stars and Bars, Neil turned in one of his most consistent — and long underrated by me — albums, the country-folk Comes a Time. While not quite as epochal as Harvest, Comes a Time […]
          Adopt KITTENS a Domestic Medium Hair (KITTENS (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Need to find homes for nine week old kittens, not yet sure of genders. They are all weaned, healthy and a joy to be around. Please contact foster mom, Janet, at XXXX@yahoo.com... see more at Petfinder.com

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          Mantenimiento superior - Marriott International, Inc - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Electrodomésticos, HVAC, componentes eléctricos y de plomería, diagnosticar y reparar calderas, bombas y componentes relacionados....
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          Territory Associate - Nashville, TN - Caldera Medical - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
About Caldera Medical:. Caldera Medical’s Mission - To Improve the Quality of Life for Women! As Associate Territory Representative, you will assist a Territory...
From Caldera Medical - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 12:07:54 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          General Dentist - Triax Dental - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dr. Michael D. Vaughan is looking for the right doctor to join his unique practice at Triax Dental. Triax Dental is a general dental practice that focuses on...
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          Senior Accountant - Smile Direct Club - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
By leveraging proprietary, cutting-edge technology, SmileDirectClub, LLC-affiliated dentists are providing greater access of care to consumers who couldn't...
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          Chief Innovation Officer - Smile Direct Club - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
By leveraging proprietary, cutting-edge technology, SmileDirectClub, LLC-affiliated dentists are providing greater access of care to consumers who couldn't...
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          Vice President, Construction and Facilties - Smile Direct Club - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience working with Real Estate teams to evaluate the suitability and development costs for potential sites....
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          Talent Acquisition Partner-Technology - Smile Direct Club - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
By leveraging proprietary, cutting-edge technology, SmileDirectClub, LLC-affiliated dentists are providing greater access of care to consumers who couldn't...
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          Talent Acquisition Sourcing Specialist - Smile Direct Club - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Source potential candidates on professional networks (e.g. By leveraging proprietary, cutting-edge technology, SmileDirectClub, LLC-affiliated dentists are...
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          Senior PHP Developer - Smile Direct Club - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Mantenimiento superior - Marriott International, Inc - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Electrodomésticos, HVAC, componentes eléctricos y de plomería, diagnosticar y reparar calderas, bombas y componentes relacionados....
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          Territory Associate - Nashville, TN - Caldera Medical - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
About Caldera Medical:. Caldera Medical’s Mission - To Improve the Quality of Life for Women! As Associate Territory Representative, you will assist a Territory...
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          Luke Bryan Opening Six-Story Nashville Bar With a Name Inspired by Home      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The "American Idol" judge is throwing his hat into the ever-growing artist-venue biz. Continue reading…
          Worship Him marches Christian retail into the future      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Christian retailers went to church Monday night at CBA’s Worship Him service during Unite 2018. CBA’s annual convention is being held July 8-11 at the Gaylord Opryland in Nashville.

Jekalyn Carr (Lunjeal Music/New Day Christian Distributors) kicked off the musical portion of the evening as she reminded participants through the power of song that God is bigger than anything they might face.

With his crowd-pleasing band, Jason Crabb (pictured) continued the theme of expecting big things of God, praying, “Bless us, Lord. Bless us, Lord. Send your presence.” Crabb mentioned his recent CD release, Unexpected (Daywind/New Day Christian), but sang one classic not on the current CD that really roused the crowd, “Working on a Building.” He also gave away a Rahab’s Rope product, which benefits the poor in India.

Sandi Patty brought her resounding voice to the service although she is no longer touring regularly. While she sang a number of favorites, she also played and sang a quieter song, declaring that “Jesus is a faithful friend in the in between,” referring to the “in between seasons” of life. HarperCollins Christian Publishing releases her new book, The Voice, on Nov. 6.

In a welcome by CBA President Curtis Riskey before the music started, he promised that Unite 2018 was “not business as usual.” The service did seem different than usual with the challenge by one key speaker, Eddie Roush, chairman of the Roush Foundation, which gave a million dollars toward CBA member retailers’ show expenses.

Roush, who is also chairman of the CBA Service Corporation, stood with a Bible held high declaring many of the names of God from the Scriptures. When Roush was young, his pastor-father sang “There’s Something About That Name.” He talked of facing troubled times and said God’s Word warned of that ahead of time.

Roush went on to talk about the power of words, to say that Christianity needs to be rebranded and that the Christian products industry needs a dramatic change in its business practices and strategies.

He spoke at length about the fact that there is no such thing as a “Christian business,” but that only people can be Christian: “Can an organization or corporation be born again? The answer is no.”

He talked of the rebranding of Christianity that’s needed because evangelicals have become “especially paranoid.” Christians “seem to be governed by fear.” He added: “We fear change, any change. … Perfect love drives us away from fear.”

A former lawyer, Roush seemed to speak against the Christian baker who recently won his Supreme Court case for not baking a cake for a homosexual couple and against the alliance of believers with right-wing politics. He called out double standards and hypocrisy among Christians and called for compassion rather than cruelty.

“We abuse the name of Jesus for our personal gain,” Roush also said, calling on the industry to become “consumer centric.”

“I never ask God for money,” Roush said. “I ask Him for ideas because God always finances His ideas.”

“I’ve come to interrupt the industry,” Roush declared, reminding attendees of the lyrics to a Stephen Curtis Chapman song, “Saddle up your horses. We’ve got a trail to blaze.”

Keynote speaker Clyde Rivers, a U.S. citizen who is the honorary ambassador at large for the African country of Burundi and founder of iChange Nations, closed the night by saying “there’s nothing bigger than God in this world.” But, he added, “His currency is people. There’s no economic famine. There’s a gift famine.”

Rivers talked of Noah and Enoch receiving radical words from God that changed their generations.

“God wants you to do something different,” Rivers told the audience, calling on retailers to “retake the top, which, he said, is what repentance means. Some attendees responded to his altar call, going forward to be honest with God, repent and leave behind the old in a “spiritual trash can.”

Rivers called CBA “the organization that can reframe the world.”


          Luke Bryan Opening Six-Story Nashville Bar With a Name Inspired by Home      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The "American Idol" judge is throwing his hat into the ever-growing artist-venue biz. Continue reading…
          Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine Requisition 1803324 Discover Vanderbilt University Medical Center: Located in Nashville, Tennessee, and operating...
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          Nashville Bar Employee Diagnosed With Hepatitis A Amid Outbreak ... - NewsChannel5.com      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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          Director of Let's Talk Bitcoin Network - BTC Media - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Particularly for public speaking and podcasting. BTC Inc is the world’s leading media group and information source for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology....
From BTC Media - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 20:54:41 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Loss Prevention Service Representative - Gap Inc. - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*Please apply online at: *https://jobs.gapinc.com/old-navy-home *Job number: 235845* *TITLE: * Loss Prevention Service Representative *FLSA: * Non-Exempt ...
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          nashvillesheepfarm.com      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Director of Let's Talk Bitcoin Network - BTC Media - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Particularly for public speaking and podcasting. BTC Inc is the world’s leading media group and information source for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology....
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          Account Manager, Retail and Consumer Goods - 1010data - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
An essential tool to more than 850 of the world’s top retail, manufacturing, telecom, government and financial services enterprises including The New York Stock...
From 1010data - Wed, 09 May 2018 16:33:25 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine Requisition 1803324 Discover Vanderbilt University Medical Center: Located in Nashville, Tennessee, and operating...
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          336 E Trinity Ln (Eddie Cox (VisualTour)) $3,299,900      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Community Market in East Nashville. Family owned commercial market w/gas since 1984. Property is located on busy Trinity Lane close to Dickerson Rd and Ellington Parkway. Tons of traffic. Highly profitable. Includes building & all equipment.

          Lee: GOP governor race attack ads 'not what a leader does'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NASHVILLE (AP) — Bill Lee has released an ad criticizing what he calls dishonest attack ads in the GOP gubernatorial primary, saying he's "not going d...
          Local and national singer-songwriters will take the stage at Newport To Nashville on Thursday night      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
On Thursday, July 12th, The Newport Playhouse and Cabaret Restaurant will once again be transformed into a listening room for Newport to Nashville. Newport To Nashville is a Nashville Style Listening Room, that showcases local and national songwriters performing their own original songs. In this round, three performers will take the stage for an entertaining […]
          When Congress Decides, Money Gets Wasted      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Nashville’s Music City Star is a ridiculously wasteful transit project that never should have happened. Now, Congress is insisting that it waste even more money. In 2016, the Star attracted an average of 1,055 daily riders, far less than the 1,900 that was projected when it opened in 2009. Fares of $877,500 covered less than […]
          AVP/Desktop Engineer - AllianceBernstein - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ability to build efficient internal relations and communicate extensively with key internal stakeholders. Provide thought leadership in industry and to fellow...
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          French Bulldog Puppies -Gifted Trained Litter (Oodle) $750      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
gifted Litter French Bulldog Puppies Visit us http://WWW.FRENCHIESLOVER.COM I offer a health and a genetic guarantee on every puppy we give out . My pups are vet checked and are kept on a strict vaccination protocol. For more information on how to reserve one of my babies or how to be placed on a waiting list please contact IMPORTANT: NOTE : NOTE, PLEASE DO VISIT OUR WEB SITE PAGE, Send us a message ONLY AT WWW.FRENCHIESLOVER.COM .They are cute and lovely male and female available , they are vet checked and up to date on shots , vaccinations and are akc registered , so if interested kindly visit our web site page , so that i can send you pics and more info about the puppies.

          20 people hospitalized, 200 treated for heat-related illnesses at Warped Tour stop      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At least 20 people have been hospitalized and 200 people treated for heat-related illnesses at the Warped Tour concert at the Nashville Fairgrounds.        
          FEMALE Exclusive: Kristen Cavallari On Her New E! Docuseries      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kristin Cavallari is coming back to reality TV, and this time, she’s taking over Nashville and the fashion world on E!....

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          What to expect from Luke Bryan's Broadway bar: Six stories, sushi and more      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
It's official: Luke Bryan is coming to Broadway, and he's bringing sushi. Late Tuesday, a day after the Nashville Business Journal first reported on the country star's plans for a downtown bar and restaurant, an official press release confirmed plans for Luke's 32 Bridge Food + Drink and offered new details on the project, the latest Nashville effort from Ohio-based TC Restaurant Group. The six-story bar and restaurant will join Jason Aldean's Kitchen + Rooftop Bar as the second celebrity-themed…

          Mayor’s office lays out timeline to finalize MLS stadium agreements      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Mayor David Briley’s administration has laid out its timeline to finalize agreements for a Major League Soccer stadium at the fairgrounds. The Tennessean reports that his office wants all the approvals — which would require votes by Metro Council, the Nashville Sports Authority and the Metro Board of Fair Commissioners — complete by Sept. 4. The Tennessean writes: The Tennessean recaps each of those four pieces of legislation here. Metro Council approved $225 million in revenue bonds…

          Top of the List: Greater Nashville's biggest manufacturing companies      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
What are the largest manufacturing companies in Nashville? We ranked Nashville's manufacturers by number of employees. To view the top five and see which one tops the list, check out the slideshow with this story. For the rest of Nashville's top manufacturing companies, take a look at this week's print edition of the Nashville Business Journal. The full list is available in print and includes information about the type of business, headquarters and top local executive. An interactive and expanded…

          The Boss: Regions Bank's Lee Blank went from 'Sweat Hogs' to business suits      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Get to know Lee Blank of Regions Bank.

          Company adding dozens of jobs in Spring Hill      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Armada Nutrition is adding up to 75 jobs to its Spring Hill facility, Williamson Herald reports. Armada manufactures sports nutrition products, powders and supplements. Since launching two years ago, the company has added more than 200 jobs in Middle Tennessee, Williamson Herald reports.

          Arena football league eyes a revival of the Nashville Kats      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Are you ready for some arena football? The National Arena League, an indoor football league formed in 2017, is eyeing Nashville as a potential expansion market, Jeff Bouchy, the league's expansion chairman, confirmed in an email Tuesday. The league recently filed a trademark application for "Nashville Kats" to ensure a potential team would bear the historic name, Bouchy said. Music City has been home to two different versions of arena football teams called the Nashville Kats, and the brand still…

          Nashville office company sold to Louisville firm      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Nashville location of DeKalb Office has been sold to Louisville-based Office Resources Inc.

          CNBC: Tennessee no longer a top 10 state for business      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tennessee is no longer among the top 10 states for business, according to a recent analysis by CNBC. The Volunteer State ranked No. 13 on CNBC's 2018 list of "America's Top States for Business," down from No. 9 in 2017. Texas ranked No. 1 on this year's list and Alaska came in last.  You can check out of the full rankings here. Health could have been the pitfall for Tennessee this year. Among the categories, Tennessee performed the worst in quality of life, where the state ranked No. 47, down…

          Rachel Wammack Delivers Debut Single “Damage”      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
RCA Nashville singer-songwriter Rachel Wammack delivered her debut single “Damage” to the Country radio airwaves on Monday! “When I was 12 and just beginning to write songs, I couldn’t imagine that one day my songs, or voice, would be on the radio. Today is such a humbling day,” says Wammack. […]
          AVP/Desktop Engineer - AllianceBernstein - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ability to build efficient internal relations and communicate extensively with key internal stakeholders. Troubleshoot application/operating systems issues with...
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          Loss Prevention Service Representative - Gap Inc. - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
*Please apply online at: *https://jobs.gapinc.com/old-navy-home *Job number: 235845* *TITLE: * Loss Prevention Service Representative *FLSA: * Non-Exempt ...
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          Employee at The Back Corner in Nashville, TN Diagnosed with Hepatitis A      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

An employee at The Back Corner, an entertainment venue at 1413 5th Avenue North in Nashville, Tennessee, has been diagnosed with hepatitis A, according to the Nashville Public Health Department. The Metro Public Health Department (MPDH) is issuing a public notice and will offer free hepatitis A vaccinations to customers who visited that facility on […]

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          Customer Development Call Center Evenings      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, If you have at least 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE in a CUSTOMER SERVICE related field, have a high school diploma or GED, and a positive attitude. Randstad has your dream job! Great work-life balance! Great pay! Great benefits! What are you waiting for?? Department operates between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. 7 days per week. 5-day work week equaling 40 hours per week. Qualifying candidates must be available d
          Senior Account Manager - Zeta Global - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Spearhead projects and facilitate internal and external cross-functional team communication. Type of meetings will include client status, project kick-offs and...
From Zeta Global - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 09:03:44 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Solutions Architect - Asurion - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Presentation skills with a high degree of comfort speaking with internal business and technology communities....
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          Director of Let's Talk Bitcoin Network - BTC Media - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Particularly for public speaking and podcasting. BTC Inc is the world’s leading media group and information source for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology....
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          Protesting Trump's Immigration Policy Through Song       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

In the long-running and contentious debate over immigration in this century, nothing has struck a public nerve in the United States like the news that children were being forcibly separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border by order of a policy implemented by the Trump administration earlier this year.

Social media and opinion polls screamed condemnation and sparked existential questions about national character, while hundreds of protests took place around the country days before the United States celebrated its independence.

It didn't take long before politically engaged musicians were speaking up about the policy in both words and song.

Strongly worded statements about the plight of Central American immigrants at the border came from the mainstream, from Bruce Springsteen to country singer Willie Nelson, rapper Common, and Puerto Rico's Luis Fonsi and Ricky Martin, among many others. They joined the many Latinx musicians who have been challenging Trump's approach to immigration and immigrants ever since the real estate mogul was a candidate in the 2016 presidential campaign.

Earlier this month, Guatemalan musician Gaby Moreno lent her voice to the movement. Her shows in the United States are usually packed with fellow chapinos, many of whom made the same arduous journey across the border that is central to the current debate.

Moreno's upcoming album is a collaboration with iconic music producer and arranger Van Dyke Parks. The pair released the single "The Immigrants" on the Fourth of July to condemn the family separation policy, as well as what they call inhumane conditions in the detention centers. (Proceeds from the sale of the track and streaming from the video will go to Central American Resource Center of California [CARECEN], a nonprofit organization devoted to empowering Central Americans and all immigrants by defending their human and civil rights.)

The song has a curious background: Written in 1998 by calypso performer David Rudder, it was penned in reaction to the infamous police beating of Haitian immigrant Abner Louima in New York City. Moreno adapted some of the lyrics to reflect the more recent wave of immigrants from Central America.

Another way to join the chorus of protest is to, well, actually play for a protest.

On a balmy late June afternoon, D.C.-based mariachi band Los Gallos Negros sang an impassioned chorus called "Migra" in front of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., during a rally against what was President Donald Trump's policy of separating the children of asylum seekers from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border; the organizers had asked the band to start the rally with a song. Bandleader Daniel Herrera says playing music for events like this is a deeply personal statement for all of its members.

"All of us are children of immigrants, and this issue hits us very hard in a very guttural and emotional way," says Herrera. "So we wanted to be able to contribute any little piece of art that we have to this mosaic of social justice."

One of the facilities being used to temporarily — and separately — house parents and children sits in Tornillo, Texas, between between Interstate 10 and the Mexican border, about 35 miles east of El Paso. Tornillo is also home to the Sonic Ranch, a five-studio residential recording complex that sits among 40 acres of pecan trees. It is a favorite of many Texas musicians, including David Garza, who was at the Sonic Ranch working on some recordings when a spontaneous demonstration at the holding facility quickly became part of the national dialogue. Garza says he grabbed a guitar and headed out to join the folks protesting.

"I was strangely the only musician out there with all the other people," Garza says. "There were hundreds of people, eventually thousands of people, and one guitar. It was an honor to represent music like that."

Garza says his march playlist included "movement" songs from the 1970s fight for Chicano civil rights in the southwest.

"People wanted to hear everything, from the classics 'No Nos Moveran' and 'De Colores' — which is from the Cesar Chavez days of the '70s — to Tom Petty's 'I Won't Back Down' and 'Yo Soy Chicano,' another great '70s-era fight song," Garza says. "People just wanted to hear songs that make them feel like they are part of the fight."

After that experience, David Garza was moved to record a song right on the border, featuring vocalist Paulina Reza of The Chamanas. In the video, Garza and Reza stand back to back on the border, with Garza in the United States and Reza on the Mexican side. The decades-old song, "Bésame Mucho," is one of the most iconic romance boleros to come out of Mexico, yet the lyrics of the chorus take on a haunting new meaning in the context of family separation:

Kiss me, kiss me many times

As if this were our last night together

Kiss me, kiss me many times

Because I am afraid to love you and then lose you

In 1948, folk singer Woody Guthrie directly addressed the Mexican immigrant experience in a song about a plane crash in Central California that killed 28 migrant farm workers who were being deported back to Mexico.While the American pilots and flight attendants who also died were identified by name in media reports of the crash, the Mexican nationals were just referred to as "deportees." (In February 2017, Alt.Latino dedicated an episode of our show to the story of those lost names and their eventual recovery by a Fresno author after years of research.)

There have been many other non-Latinx artists besides Guthrie who have long devoted their music to the plight of immigrants from Latin America and the struggles they endure — Nashville-based country songwriter Radney Foster is one.

Originally from Del Rio, Texas, near the border, Foster says that growing up there sensitized him to his Mexican neighbors.

"We're not Latinos," Foster says, "but after four generations on the border, my father was adamant that every one of his children learn to speak Spanish, because he believed you couldn't make a living there if you didn't."

In 1999, Foster wrote "Godspeed (Sweet Dreams)" for his son after they were separated by a custody dispute, with lyrics inspired by the children's book Goodnight Moon. He says the family separation policy moved him to revisit the song and release a new version, titled "Godspeed (Dulces Sueños)."

"The whole situation — from a personal level, from a level of faith, from a level of humanness — everything about that seemed just wrong," Foster says. "And I feel that if we don't speak up, no one will.

"I got the Spanish as far as I could; then I called my first high school girlfriend, Déborah Hernandez," he says. "She and I collaborated on really getting the Spanish right, and we really concentrated on making the lyrics about making an open-air dangerous journey with a small child."

Foster's new lyrics are written from the perspective of someone who risks everything in the hopes of finding safe haven on this side of the border. Its second verse, originally about reading children books before bed, are now reimagined for a family in transit: "No tenemos libros en este viaje / Pero puedo cantar." ("We don't have books on this trip / But I can sing.") Proceeds from the song are being directed to the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services, a nonprofit organization in Texas that provides legal representation for undocumented immigrants.

The situation on the border resonates with guitarist and composer Marc Ribot personally.

"I'm Jewish. Every year at Passover, we would pray," he says. We would remind ourselves: 'You must know the heart of the stranger, for you were a stranger once yourself in the land of Egypt.' "

Ribot is also no stranger to musical resistance, or to repurposing classic songs for a more current political context. Ribot's upcoming album, Songs of Resistance 1942 - 2018,is a musical reaction to the current political climate — not just in the United States, but around the world.

"We understood that to mean that you have to show compassion to immigrants," he continues. "People that my grandmother and grandfather knew died because other countries wouldn't accept them. That is within living human memory. So what's going on at the border touched me personally and deeply."

Songs of Resistance includes a cover of "Rata de Dos Patas," or "A Rat with Two Feet," a song made popular by the Mexican vocalist Paquita la del Barrio, a ranchera singer known for taking Mexico's sexist culture of machismo to task with biting lyrics. In his interpretation, Ribot directs the song's strong name-calling — of "rata inmunda" ("filthy rodent"), "animal rastrero" (despicable animal) "escoria de la vida" ("scum of humanity"), "adefesio mal hecho" (deformed monstrosity), among many others — at President Trump.

"I thought it would make a very relevant political statement," Ribot says.

The Washington, D.C., band Elena Y Los Fulanos recorded the song "Amor Migrante" four years ago, telling the story of a mother who has left her home country in search of a better life for her child, even though she has had to leave her child behind. The theme of a mother's separation from her child resonates even louder now. The video for the song features a real undocumented mother who hasn't seen her son in 12 years.

"We want to tell the current administration to stop ignoring their direct role in creating this situation," Gaby Moreno says. "They're focusing instead on the cruel [behavior] of immigrants, on border security. But people are fleeing their countries because of social inequality, from gang violence, from ineffective justice systems. So we're here to tell people it just needs to stop. I just want [immigrants] to be received with more love and empathy."

NPR's Stefanie Fernández contributed to this story.

Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.


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Local Pastors, Leaders to Join in Prayer During EventFREE Event Open to PublicContact: Paige Collins, Icon Media Group, 615-934-4162NASHVILLE , July 11, 2018 /Standard Newswire/ -- TBN announces it will partner with three-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist Michael W. Smith to present a free concert and worship event at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Thursday, August 30th at 7 p.m. "Surrounded: A Night to Pray, Worship and Be Awakened" is free to the public and will Source: Icon Media Group
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          Bradley Appointed to Lead Southern Miss Alumni Association Executive Committee      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The University of Southern Mississippi Alumni Association installed its executive committee for the 2018-19 fiscal year on July 1, with Hattiesburg native Kim Bradley assuming the duties of president. The committee is comprised of alumni who are accomplished leaders in their communities and demonstrate strong commitment to the betterment of the University.

“We are looking ahead to a very impactful year for the Association,” said Jerry DeFatta, executive director of the Southern Miss Alumni Association. “Over the coming year, alumni of The University of Southern Mississippi will begin to see new programming, enhanced communication and more opportunities for engagement as a result of our organization’s recent strategic planning initiative. The Association is fortunate to have outstanding, dedicated alumni to lead our organization in these efforts, and others, as we continue in our service to the University.”

2018-19 Executive Committee:

Kim Bradley '86, President

Kim Bradley owns Taylor Rental in Hattiesburg and is a lifelong Golden Eagles fan. He was born and raised in Hattiesburg, is a graduate of Hattiesburg High School and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business from Southern Miss in 1985. While at USM, he was a member of the golf team and president of Kappa Alpha Fraternity. Bradley served his community as the representative of Ward 1, which includes the northwestern part of Hattiesburg and The University of Southern Mississippi, for 12 years.

His commitment to the University has continued over the years: he is a season ticket holder for every sport, has served on numerous committees and sponsored the legislation that created Go Gold Fridays in Hattiesburg. Bradley is a Life Member of the Alumni Association, a member of the Circle of Champions and the 2013 recipient of the Outstanding Alumni Service Award. In 2016, he was inducted into the Southern Miss Alumni Hall of Fame.

Brandley attends Venture Church in Hattiesburg. He and his wife, Erin Pittman Bradley, have two daughters, Alex and Abby.

Rickey Jones ‘92, President Elect

As a basketball forward, Rickey Jones was part of some of the most impressive Golden Eagle teams to ever run up and down the hardwood. As an alumnus, he has played an important role on many of the teams that helped contribute to Southern Miss’s success, including serving on the boards of directors for the USM Foundation and M-Club, and as a member of the Eagle and Hardwood Clubs.

In 2006, he served as a member of the Alumni Association’s Presidential Transition Team, as well as the Mississippi Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning’s Search Advisory Committee, that assisted the IHL Board in its search for the ninth president of the University which ended in the selection of Dr. Martha Saunders.

In 2007, the Alumni Association honored Jones for his service to his alma mater with the Outstanding Service Award, and he was inducted into the Southern Miss Alumni Hall of Fame in 2010. Jones earned his bachelor’s degree in sports management from Southern Miss, and currently resides in Jackson where he works as a business consultant with Front Court Development.

Pamela Munger ‘03, Vice President

Pamela Munger graduated from Southern Miss in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. Currently, Munger is the owner and human resources director for Chik-Fil-A of Hattiesburg on Highway 98. While at Southern Miss, Munger was a member of the tennis team and counts her time as a student athlete among the highlights of her undergraduate experience.

Munger has been a member of Junior Auxiliary in Starkville for the last few years before moving back to Hattiesburg in early 2018. She looks forward to being more active and engaging with the Hattiesburg community in future projects.  Munger and her husband, Jon, have one son, Jon Corbin Munger.

Tracy Powell ’86, Past President

Originally from Petal, Tracy Powell graduated from Southern Miss with a Bachelor of Science in accounting. In 1989, he graduated from Vanderbilt Law School, where he was a member of the Vanderbilt Law Review and Order of the Coif. At Southern Miss, he was a member of Sigma Nu Fraternity.

Today, Powell is a partner at the law firm of Sherrard, Roe, Voigt & Harbison in Nashville, Tenn., with a practice that involves health care and corporate matters. He is actively involved in the ABA Health Law Section and is a regular author and speaker on health care legal matters. He is listed in Best Lawyers in America and recognized by Chambers USA.

This Life Member of the Alumni Association is a member of the Eagle Club and Hardwood Club and a season ticket holder in football and basketball. He was on the Association’s board of directors from 2000-03 and served on the USM Foundation board of directors from 2011-13. He received the Alumni Association’s Outstanding Service Award in 1993 and the Continuous Outstanding Service Award in 1997. He was inducted into the Petal High School Academic Hall of Fame in 2011.

Powell is married to Deana Drewry and is the proud father of three children, Alisha Powell Lay, Drew Powell and Patrick Powell.

Ethan Smith ’06, ‘07, Finance Committee Chair

Ethan Smith graduated from Southern Miss in 2006 with a BSBA in Finance and a Master of Business Administration in 2007.  While at Southern Miss, Smith was a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. A native of Poplarville, he is an avid Southern Miss fan thanks to his parents, and credits Southern Miss with providing many unforgettable childhood memories along with a great collegiate experience that has forged relationships and friends for life.

Smith resides in Pass Christian with his wife, Camille. He is currently a partner with Van Kirk Wealth Advisors in Gulfport.

About the Southern Miss Alumni Association:

The mission of the Southern Miss Alumni Association is to build a feeling of pride and loyalty among the alumni of the institution while strengthening participation in alumni and University programs; to coordinate the efforts of alumni on behalf of the University as a whole; and to provide a unified voice for all alumni in the affairs of the University. To learn more about the Southern Miss Alumni Association, including membership benefits and rates, visit SouthernMissAlumni.com.


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Miami has a new piece of Nashville, with Writers in the Round. The singer-songwriter event is held every second Wednesday of the month at Bar Nancy. Juan Turros, one of the founding members of local group Suénalo, was inspired after a trip to Nashville with his wife, Denise. The two...
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Soccer Mommy, Sophie Allison, is back in her hometown talking to Lt. Dan in the ONErpm studio. Sophie was born in Switzerland and moved back to the states at the age of one. Sophie is a Nashville native that graduated high school from Nashville School of the Arts where she could focus her education towards […]

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          All we ever wanted by Giffin, Emily, author.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Nina Browning is living the good life after marrying into Nashville's elite. Her husband's tech business is booming and her son is bound for Princeton. Tom Volpe is a single dad working multiple jobs. His daughter, Lyla, recently earned a scholarship to attend Windsor Academy, Nashville's most prestigious private school. Then one devastating photo snapped at a drunken moment at a party changes everything. The photo spreads quickly, and before long, an already divided community takes sides, throw
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          AVP/Desktop Engineer - AllianceBernstein - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Michael W. Smith, TBN to Host Free Concert at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, Aug 30th 'Surrounded'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Local Pastors, Leaders to Join in Prayer During EventFREE Event Open to PublicContact: Paige Collins, Icon Media Group, 615-934-4162NASHVILLE , July 11, 2018 /Christian Newswire/ -- TBN announces it will partner with three-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist Michael W. Smith to present a free concert and worship event at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Thursday, August 30th at 7 p.m. "Surrounded: A Night to Pray, Worship and Be Awakened" is free to the public and wil Source: Icon Media Group
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          “What kind of work does a weak cat do?"/"Light mouse work.”      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Many classified ads state “light house work.” In 1950, several classified ads offering kittens stated that they do “light mouse work.” A riddle has been cited in print since at least 1992: Q: What kind of work does a weak cat do? A: Light mouse work. 12 July 1950, Nashua (IA) Reporter, pg. 4, col. 1 classified ad: CHARMING KITTEN with exquisite manners desires position as companion in a nice home where good food is served. More for home than wages. Will fancy purring and light mouse work. Phone 4581. 17 December 1950, The Tennessean (Nashville, TN), pg. 5-D, col. 4 classified ad: KITTENS—Mother cat and kittens, want good home in exchange for light mouse work. 5-7353. 19 March 1958, Daily Defender (Chicago, IL), “Try and Stop Me” by Bennett Cerf, pg. 11, col. 3: Mike Connolly is advertising for a cat who’s able to do a little light mouse work. Google Books 102 Cat and Dog Jokes By Michael Pellowski Mahwah, NJ: Watermill Press 1992 Pg. 5: What kind of work does a weak cat do? Light mouse work. Google Groups: soc.culture.malaysia E-mail penpals request!! ......Dear Lily, BohTeeNang 5/27/98 (...) Q. What kind of work does a weak cat do? A. Light mouse work.  Google Groups: alt.humor.puns Puns of the Weak: 02/08/02 Stan Kegel 2/8/02 (...) What kind of work does a weak cat do? Light mouse work (GR8 Humor) Google Groups: alt.humor.puns Kids Puns of the Weak 11-23-04 Stan Kegel 11/23/04 (...) What is the only kind of work a weak cat can do? Light mouse work (Rita) Twitter The Dreaming Dragon @TheDragon__ Q: What kind of work does a weak cat do? A: Light mouse work. 3:43 PM - 25 Sep 2007 Google Books The Awesome Book of Cat Humor By Bob Phillips Eugene, OR: Harvest House Press 2009 Pg. 28: Q: What kind of work does a weak cat do? A: Light mouse work. Twitter lorraine Jo King @LahLahBean #wednesdaywit Q: What kind of work does a weak cat do? -A: Light mouse work. 10:07 AM - 11 Jul 2018
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A former Nashville, Tennessee police officer on Tuesday pleaded guilty to stealing suspected drug proceeds and laundering the dirty money, federal prosecutors said. James Dunaway, 43, of Old Hickory, Tennessee, a former sergeant with the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department, supervised an investigative, anti-narcotics unit and was responsible, among other things, for monitoring and executing search warrants, prosecutors said. Between November 2015 and November 2017, Dunaway stole a portion of dirty cash seized during a series of raids, during which a total of nearly $1 million was taken by authorities. Dunaway was snared during an "integrity check" operation in November 2017 when his department's professional integrity office placed marijuana and $28,000 in cash in a hotel room – along with video cameras -- prior to a raid. "Video cameras captured Dunaway placing money in his pockets during the search," prosecutors said. In that instance, he took $5,860. In total, Dunaway
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Since 2012, Tennessee has taken a unique approach to intervening in struggling schools. With the goal of turning around the lowest-performing 5 percent of schools in the state (known as priority schools), officials introduced two separate models: the Achievement School District (ASD) and Innovation Zones (iZones). The ASD is a state-run district that directly manages some priority schools and turns others over to select charter management organizations. iZones, on the other hand, are subsets of priority schools that remain under district control but are granted greater autonomy and financial support to implement interventions. There are four districts that contain iZones: Shelby County Schools (Memphis), Metro-Nashville Public Schools, Hamilton County Schools (Chattanooga), and Knox County Schools (Knoxville). The remaining priority schools weren’t included in either of these initiatives, effectively creating a comparison group.

Research teams from Vanderbilt University and the University of Kentucky have kept a close eye on both initiatives. In 2015, they published an evaluation of the ASD and iZone schools after three years of implementation. They found that, while ASD schools did not improve any more or less than other priority schools, iZone schools produced moderate to large positive effects on student test scores. A separate study also found that both initiatives had high rates of teacher turnover, but that the numbers were higher in ASD than iZone schools.

Now a recently published study examines the impacts of both initiatives after five years of implementation. To complete their evaluation, the researchers examined student- and teacher-level demographic data, test scores on state assessments, and school enrollment data from 2006—07 through 2016—17. They then compared changes in test scores after reforms were initiated with changes in test scores in priority schools that weren’t part of the ASD or iZones.

The five-year findings are similar to the results of the three-year evaluation. After five years, iZone schools showed moderate to large positive and statistically significant effects on reading, math, and science test scores. These results that suggest iZone schools were able to sustain their early success. ASD schools, on the other hand, showed insignificant results across all three subjects—that is, they did not gain more or less than non-ASD or iZone priority schools. Since the ASD includes recent cohorts of schools that were only exposed to one to three years of reform, the researchers also reviewed the data using only the first two cohorts of schools, those overseen by the ASD for four or five years. However, they found that effects were still not statistically significant in any subject.

The researchers also took their analysis a step further by comparing the iZone’s positive results to other turnaround results across the country. They found that, in reading, iZone gains of 0.14 standard deviations were similar to those that occurred under the School Redesign Grants model in Massachusetts and the state takeover of Lawrence Public Schools. In math, iZone effects ranging between 0.16 and 0.20 standard deviations were similar to gains achieved in Philadelphia’s restructured schools

Overall the results for ASD schools were disappointing, but the findings of this brief and the gains made by iZone schools are a valuable addition to existing school turnaround research.

SOURCE: Lam Pham, Gary T. Henry, Ron Zimmer, Adam Kho, “School Turnaround After Five Years: An Extended Evaluation of Tennessee’s Achievement School District and Local Innovation Zones,” Tennessee Education Research Alliance (June 2018). 


          Michael W. Smith, TBN to Host Free Concert at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, Aug 30th 'Surrounded'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Local Pastors, Leaders to Join in Prayer During EventFREE Event Open to PublicContact: Paige Collins, Icon Media Group, 615-934-4162NASHVILLE , July 11, 2018 /Standard Newswire/ -- TBN announces it will partner with three-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist Michael W. Smith to present a free concert and worship event at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Thursday, August 30th at 7 p.m. "Surrounded: A Night to Pray, Worship and Be Awakened" is free to the public and will Source: Icon Media Group
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Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock David Lee Murphy's follow-up to his #1 with Kenny Chesney, "Everything's Gonna Be Alright," will be the track "I Won't Be Sorry," from his No Zip Code album.

The debut EP from viral video sensation Mason Ramsey, titled Famous, is set to be released July 20. It includes three Hank Williams' classics -- "Lovesick Blues," "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)," and "I Saw the Light," -- along with the title track and the cleverly-named yodeling song "Yo Da Lady Who."

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          Drink a Beer: Luke Bryan’s bringing his 32 Bridge bar to Nashville’s Lower Broadway      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Drink a Beer: Luke Bryan’s bringing his 32 Bridge bar to Nashville’s Lower Broadway

ABC/Craig SjodinIf all goes as planned, Luke Bryan will be the latest country star to open his own honky tonk on Lower Broadway in Nashville.

The project is a partnership with Ohio-based TC Restaurant Group, according to the Nashville Business Journal. The company, which recently worked with Jason Aldean on his new Kitchen + Rooftop Bar, bought the adjoining building at Third and Broadway downtown in March for $5.5 million. The two-story structure was formerly the site of both a bank and a boot store.

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TN-Nashville, Lawson Software Engineer II Contract to Perm OR Permanent/ Full-Time (depending on candidate preference) On-Site in Goodlettsville, TN The Software Engineer focuses on development and delivery of software applications that meet the needs of the business. This position requires demonstrated ability to analyze and understand business and functional requirements and to code programs and components fo
          Lawson Software Engineer II      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Lawson Software Engineer II Contract to Perm OR Permanent/ Full-Time (depending on candidate preference) On-Site in Goodlettsville, TN The Software Engineer focuses on development and delivery of software applications that meet the needs of the business. This position requires demonstrated ability to analyze and understand business and functional requirements and to code programs and components fo
          Senior Financial Analyst      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Get the advantage over your competition through our direct access to HR departments and hiring managers. Apply with Vaco, and we will be your personal representative! We will promote your strengths and help prepare you for your interview by supplying you with key information about our client. Let Vaco advocate on your behalf! We will provide you with access to market trends, compensation expectati
          Benefits Analyst      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Benefits Analyst Our client, a leading national services company that was founded 50 years ago, is seeking a Benefits Analyst to join their growing team. Our client has been named by Forbes as one of the best 200 companies in the United States and the Tennessean named them as a Top Workplace in Nashville. Great benefits and flexibility. This is a wonderful position for someone who wants to be ment
          Enterprise Application Consultant      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Live IT Up at Ciber Global At Ciber Global, we believe the most inspired, innovative and industrious companies should win, regardless of size or legacy. We’re the small company that cares and the big company that can. We deliver breakthrough performances and powerful solutions that are anything but cookie cutter in order to give our clients the competitive advantage they deserve. Work. The contrac
          Contract Administrator EXPERIENCE REQUIRED      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Are you a DETAIL PERSON? an INDEPENDENT WORKER? Do you enjoy being self-directed? How about a career in contract preparation. Randstad is looking for a candidate with exceptional attention to detail, a proven track record of longevity in previous positions, and the ability to maintain focus on tasks with little supervision. Does that sound like you?? AT LEAST TWO YEARS OF CONTRACT PREPARATION EXPE
          Construction Project Manager (Geotechnical) - Project Management      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, If you are a Construction Project Manager with geotechnical experience, please read on! Title: Geotechnical Project Manager Region: Central US (TN, KY, OH, IN) Compensation: $80-95k base + bonus (total comp= $105-120k, DOE) Top Reasons to Work with Us We are the leading geohazard mitigation company in North America and we credit our success to the founding philosophy of service clients with the ne
          General Manager - Open to relocation preferred      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Drive your Future!Pilot Flying J is seeking highly-skilled, experienced Restaurant General Managers to run our high-volume, quick service restaurants. Applicants for this position must be willing to relocate. Our General Managers are accountable for the financial and operational performance of the restaurant and are responsible for the following tasks: • Ensuring excellent hospitality and customer
          Elan Lighting to Rep Universal Lighting      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Universal Lighting Technologies, Nashville, appointed Elan Lighting, Inc., to represent Universal’s full line of lighting products across Wisconsin and upper peninsula of Michigan. Elan Lighting, based in New Berlin, WI, represents a comprehensive ar
          Train 36ixty Sports to hold Performance Camp in Clarksville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Train 360 Basketball Combine Flyer

Train 36ixty Clarksville, TN – Train 36ixty offers Middle Tennessee’s first ever-elite basketball combine! All basketball players from eighth through 12th grade in Montgomery County, Clarksville, Dickson, Erin, Cumberland City, Springfield, Dover, Nashville Counties, Murfreesboro, Hopkinsville, Kentucky counties, Murfreesboro and surrounding areas are invited to join Train 36ixty at Austin Peay’s Foy Recreation Center, 451 […]

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          AVP/Desktop Engineer - AllianceBernstein - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ability to build efficient internal relations and communicate extensively with key internal stakeholders. Troubleshoot application/operating systems issues with...
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          Adopt KITTENS a Domestic Medium Hair (KITTENS (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Need to find homes for nine week old kittens, not yet sure of genders. They are all weaned, healthy and a joy to be around. Please contact foster mom, Janet, at XXXX@yahoo.com... see more at Petfinder.com

          Nashville Bar Employee Diagnosed With Hepatitis A Amid Outbreak ... - NewsChannel5.com      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Nashville Metro Public Health Department officials say an employee at a Germantown bar has been diagnosed with hepatitis A. According ...
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          CMT Communications Head Kurt Patat Adds Paramount Network to His Duties      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kurt Patat has been named head of communications for Paramount Network, adding oversight of the new network to his current duties at CMT. As senior vice president of communications for both Paramount and CMT, Patat will lead corporate communications, media relations, internal communications, and oversee publicity teams in New York, Los Angeles and Nashville for both brands. He will report to Kevin Kay, President of Paramount Network, TV Land and CMT. "After masterfully elevating the profiles for several of Viacom's brands, Kurt's arrival at Paramount Network is key to becoming a . . .
          Stadiumred Group Acquires Nashville-based Gyrosity Projects, a Deal...      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A deal valued at more than $1 Million - New York-based Stadiumred Group, a marketing and communications holding company, has acquired Nashville-based Gyrosity Projects, a digital marketing agency, as...

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          Traveling 'Hounds      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I'm an avid Yelp user and will often post on the "Talk" page of the location I'm visiting something like "Hi, I'll be in Nashville in a few weeks. Where should I get brisket? Biscuits? etc. I will also do a thorough scouring of the reviews on Yelp, Trip Advisor and even look at Pinterest too because there's some good travel guides in there too. Thrillist is also an excellent resource for travel.
          Michael W. Smith, TBN to Host Free Concert at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, Aug 30th 'Surrounded'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Local Pastors, Leaders to Join in Prayer During EventFREE Event Open to PublicContact: Paige Collins, Icon Media Group, 615-934-4162NASHVILLE , July 11, 2018 /Christian Newswire/ -- TBN announces it will partner with three-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist Michael W. Smith to present a free concert and worship event at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Thursday, August 30th at 7 p.m. "Surrounded: A Night to Pray, Worship and Be Awakened" is free to the public and wil Source: Icon Media Group
          20 Concertgoers Hospitalized, Hundreds More Treated for Heat-Related Illnesses at 2018 Vans Warped Tour      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A number of concertgoers were not able to take the heat during the Vans Warped Tour at the Nashville Fairgrounds in Nashville, Tenn.
          Director, Field Medical - Oncology, Malignant Hematology - Pfizer Inc. - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Pfizer is an E-Verify employer. Ability to operate a Pfizer company car. The Onc FMD role is to enhance medical communication between Pfizer and national,...
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          U.S. Army Corps of Engineers offers public access to Cheatham Lock      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is offering public access to Cheatham Navigation Lock located at Cumberland River mile 148.7 in Ashland City, Tennessee. (USACE Photo by Leon Roberts)

Written by Bill Peoples U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District Ashland City, TN – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is offering public access to Cheatham Navigation Lock located at Cumberland River mile 148.7. The lock is accessible to visitors seven days a week from 9:00am to 5:00pm now through September 3rd, […]

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          AVP/Desktop Engineer - AllianceBernstein - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ability to build efficient internal relations and communicate extensively with key internal stakeholders. Provide thought leadership in industry and to fellow...
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          Monday News Rodeo: Dutchman’s Curve, 50 Spiders, and Toilet Paper Delivery      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Today marks 100 years since the Dutchman’s Curve train accident in what is now West End area, the single deadliest passenger train accident

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          Viacom Ups Kurt Patat To Head Of Communications For Paramount Network & CMT      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Communications veteran Kurt Patat has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Communications for Paramount Network and CMT. In the dual role, Patat will lead corporate communications, media relations, internal communications, and oversee publicity teams in New York, Los Angeles and Nashville for both Viacom brands. He will report to Kevin Kay, President of Paramount Network, TV Land and CMT. "After masterfully elevating the profiles for several of Viacom's brands…
          Mantenimiento superior - Marriott International, Inc - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Electrodomésticos, HVAC, componentes eléctricos y de plomería, diagnosticar y reparar calderas, bombas y componentes relacionados....
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          Territory Associate - Nashville, TN - Caldera Medical - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
About Caldera Medical:. Caldera Medical’s Mission - To Improve the Quality of Life for Women! As Associate Territory Representative, you will assist a Territory...
From Caldera Medical - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 12:07:54 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Nashville Statement Brochure (Spanish)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Viacom Elevates Kurt Patat to SVP, Communications at Paramount, CMT      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Viacom has elevated Kurt Patat to an expanded role as senior vice president of communications for Paramount Network and CMT. Patat will lead corporate communications, media relations, internal communications, and oversee publicity teams in New York, Los Angeles, and Nashville for both brands. He joined CMT as senior vice president of communications in May of 2015, […]
          Warehouse Associate      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Move the freight that moves the world forward. At XPO Logistics, one of the world’s leading logistics and transportation companies, we provide the solutions that organizations around the globe count on. On our team, you’ll play an important role in making sure freight gets where it needs to go. You’ll work alongside a top caliber management team that understands the transportation industry—and how
          Academy of Country Music® Welcomes Morgan Evans for a Visit      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Encino, CA (July 11, 2018) – The Academy of Country Music® welcomed Warner Music Nashville recording artist and Australia native Morgan Evans to the office while he was in Los Angeles recently for his 10 In 10 tour – covering 10 shows in 10 cities in 10 days from coast-to-coast. While at the Academy, Evans performed his current top 5-and-rising single, “Kiss Somebody,” and several other songs from his upcoming debut album due out this fall. Click here to watch a video from Morgan Evans’ visit featuring an exclusive interview and clips from his performance. Courtesy of ACM
          A Woman Named Anarchy?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I spent several hours Tuesday researching at the Calvin M. McClung Collection in Knoxville. I followed my plan to use published abstracts for Bedford County, Tennessee to help me trace my Mosely and related lines forward and to find things missing from my ancestral line research.

As I checked the index of a volume, I came across an unusual name. Turning to the page, I found the entry summarized thusly:

Marriage Volume A, page 438
Couple: Clifton Neill and Anarchy Moseley
Security: B. M. Tillman
Marriage Date: 29 July 18661

As I read the entry, I wondered who would name a child Anarchy. This record appears in the section for colored marriages so I assume Anarchy recently enjoyed her first taste of freedom from slavery. Another section in Volume A records marriages of free persons of color. Of course, by 1866, former slaves were free. I located the marriage record's image at Ancestry to verify the abstract's information.2

The mulatto couple resided in Bedford County's fourth district in 1870 with ten-year-old Jim. Clifton was enumerated as Cliff Neil and Anarchy was enumerated as Anica. Both were age forty-five.3 It is unknown if Jim was the natural son of both Cliff and Anica or if only one "parent" belonged to him. Many African-Americans married in the years following the Civil War, and Bedford County's marriage register is filled with multiple entries on each day, with many of the grooms serving as securities for another groom marrying on the same day.4

I was unable to locate the family in 1880. Is the woman's name Anarchy as the marriage record suggests or Anica as the 1870 census suggests? Without further evidence I may never know. Perhaps I'll run across a record with additional evidence for the name. I certainly hope it turns out to be Anica.


1 Helen C. Marsh and Timothy R. Marsh, Official Marriages of Bedford County, Tennessee (Greenville, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, 1996), volume 1, page 66.
2 "Tennessee, Marriage Records, 1780-2002," database with images, Ancestry (https://www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 July 2018), Clifton Neill to Anarchy Moseley, 29 July 1866, Bedford County; citing marriages available at Tennessee State Library and Archives, Nashville.
3 1870 U.S. Federal Census, Bedford County, Tennessee, population schedule, 4th District, Shelbyville post office, page 177B (stamped), page 22 (written), dwelling and family 140, lines 27-29, Cliff Neil household; digital image, Ancestry (https://www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 July 2018); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 1514.
4 Marsh and Marsh, Official Marriages of Bedford County, Tennessee, pages 51-77/


          Liz Cooper & The Stampede – Hey Man      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Hello friends, Jayson checking in with my DJ pick for this week and going with local rockers Liz Cooper & The Stampede. From Window Flowers available for pre-order now, dropping August 10, give “Hey Man” a spin and let us know what you think! Nashville based trio Liz Cooper & The Stampede has been described as dream-folk psychedelic rock. “I suppose […]

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          20 Hospitalized, Nearly 200 Treated For Heat Illness At Warped Tour      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Warped Tour is in full swing and already experiencing some trouble. During yesterday’s stop in Nashville, it was reported that 20 people were hospitalized due to the heat and nearly 200 people were treated for some form of heat-related illness.

The Tennessean reports that about 15,000 people were expected to attend the tour at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds on Tuesday afternoon. The gates opened at 11 a.m. and at least 60 bands were slated to perform until 9 p.m. Nashville Fire Department spokesman Joseph Pleasant confirmed that 20 people were taken to local hospitals Tuesday.

“We anticipate more as the first aid tent continues to stay full,” Pleasant said.

Jeffery Jones, Vanderbilt LifeFlight public information officer, stated that under five of the 20 people hospitalized went to children’s hospitals for treatment. Jones also stated that the majority of those treated were young adults who were not prepared for the heat.

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          Warehouse Associate      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Move the freight that moves the world forward. At XPO Logistics, one of the world’s leading logistics and transportation companies, we provide the solutions that organizations around the globe count on. On our team, you’ll play an important role in making sure freight gets where it needs to go. You’ll work alongside a top caliber management team that understands the transportation industry—and how
          Bacteria sickens more than 500 at Tennessee zipline center      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GATLINBURG, Tenn. (AP) Tennessee authorities say E. coli bacteria caused the sickness that affected more than 500 people at a zipline attraction. Gail Harmon is the assistant director of the East Tennessee Region Health Department. Harmon tells news outlets well water samples from CLIMB Works Zip Line Canopy Tour in Gatlinburg are headed to Nashville after initial tests found E. coli bacteria and total coliforms. Using CLIMB Works’ online sales records to email 2,901 surveys to patrons, the Tennessee Department […]
          Fort Worth (TX) Texas - Nashville (TN) Tennessee (USA) UNITED STATES       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Paramedic PRN - LifeFlight Event Medicine Requisition 1803324 Discover Vanderbilt University Medical Center: Located in Nashville, Tennessee, and operating...
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          Meet the 7 women who made Forbes' richest self-made women list for the first time, including almost-billionaire Kylie Jenner      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kylie Jenner Forbes richest womenEvan Agostini/Invision/AP

  • America's richest self-made women are worth a combined $71 billion, according to Forbes' 2018 ranking.
  • The list features the 60 richest women in the US who made their fortunes on their own. Seven of the women are new to the list in 2018.
  • Among the newcomers are sisters Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian West, who have each built multi-million-dollar cosmetics companies.

2018 may be the year of cosmetics. 

Forbes has released its annual ranking of America's richest self-made women, and there are seven newcomers to the list, four of whom have built all or part of their fortunes in the beauty business. 

Forbes says these "Instagram-savvy makeup moguls," and specifically almost-billionaire Kylie Jenner, have ushered in a "new model of extreme fame leverage" that is "radically reshaping business, culture, and politics."

The list measures the wealth of the top 60 richest women in the United States who built their fortunes without the help of an inheritance. Together they're worth $71 billion — $9.5 billion more than the combined wealth of the 2017 list. A record 24 women are billionaires on this year's list.

To determine the ranking, Forbes took into account stakes in public and private companies, real estate holdings, and other assets including art, jewelry, cars, and planes. All net worth estimates are current as of June 22, 2018.

Taylor Swift rounds out the list this year at No. 60, with an estimated net worth of $320 million. That's $60 million more than the minimum net worth required to make the list in 2017. 

Scroll through to meet the seven entrepreneurs who joined Forbes' list of America's richest self-made women for the first time in 2018, see how they made their fortunes, and learn how much they're worth today.

Anastasia Soare: $1 billion

Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Rank: 21

Source of wealth: Cosmetics, Anastasia Beverly Hills

Age: 60

Residence: Beverly Hills, California

Read more on Forbes.



Kylie Jenner: $900 million

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Rank: 27

Source of wealth: Cosmetics, Kylie Cosmetics

Age: 20

Residence: Hidden Hills, California

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Huda Kattan: $550 million

Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for The Fragrance Foundation

Rank: 37

Source of wealth: Cosmetics, Huda Beauty

Age: 34

Residence: Dubai

Read more on Forbes.




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SEE ALSO: Kylie Jenner is on the cusp of becoming the world's youngest self-made billionaire, with Forbes estimating her net worth to be 3 times as large as Kim Kardashian's


          Christopher Ware      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Christopher Ware is a designer, developer, and creative leader based in Nashville, Tennessee.
          The darkest time of night : a novel by Finley, Jeremy, author.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
"Anchor and investigative journalist for WSMV-TV in Nashville, Jeremy Finley's debut thriller explores what happens to people's lives when our world intersects with the unexplainable. When four-year-old William vanishes in the woods behind his home, the only witness is his older brother who whispers, "The lights took him," and then never speaks again. With these words, the boys' grandmother Lynn Roseworth fears only she knows the truth. But coming forward would ruin her family and her husband's
          Meet the 7 women who made Forbes' richest self-made women list for the first time, including almost-billionaire Kylie Jenner      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kylie Jenner Forbes richest women

  • America's richest self-made women are worth a combined $71 billion, according to Forbes' 2018 ranking.
  • The list features the 60 richest women in the US who made their fortunes on their own. Seven of the women are new to the list in 2018.
  • Among the newcomers are sisters Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian West, who have each built multi-million-dollar cosmetics companies.

2018 may be the year of cosmetics. 

Forbes has released its annual ranking of America's richest self-made women, and there are seven newcomers to the list, four of whom have built all or part of their fortunes in the beauty business. 

Forbes says these "Instagram-savvy makeup moguls," and specifically almost-billionaire Kylie Jenner, have ushered in a "new model of extreme fame leverage" that is "radically reshaping business, culture, and politics."

The list measures the wealth of the top 60 richest women in the United States who built their fortunes without the help of an inheritance. Together they're worth $71 billion — $9.5 billion more than the combined wealth of the 2017 list. A record 24 women are billionaires on this year's list.

To determine the ranking, Forbes took into account stakes in public and private companies, real estate holdings, and other assets including art, jewelry, cars, and planes. All net worth estimates are current as of June 22, 2018.

Taylor Swift rounds out the list this year at No. 60, with an estimated net worth of $320 million. That's $60 million more than the minimum net worth required to make the list in 2017. 

Scroll through to meet the seven entrepreneurs who joined Forbes' list of America's richest self-made women for the first time in 2018, see how they made their fortunes, and learn how much they're worth today.

SEE ALSO: Kylie Jenner is on the cusp of becoming the world's youngest self-made billionaire, with Forbes estimating her net worth to be 3 times as large as Kim Kardashian's

Anastasia Soare: $1 billion

Rank: 21

Source of wealth: Cosmetics, Anastasia Beverly Hills

Age: 60

Residence: Beverly Hills, California

Read more on Forbes.



Kylie Jenner: $900 million

Rank: 27

Source of wealth: Cosmetics, Kylie Cosmetics

Age: 20

Residence: Hidden Hills, California

Read more on Forbes.



Huda Kattan: $550 million

Rank: 37

Source of wealth: Cosmetics, Huda Beauty

Age: 34

Residence: Dubai

Read more on Forbes.



See the rest of the story at Business Insider

          Director, Field Medical - Oncology, Malignant Hematology - Pfizer Inc. - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Pfizer is an E-Verify employer. Ability to operate a Pfizer company car. The Onc FMD role is to enhance medical communication between Pfizer and national,...
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          Confidential HIV Patient Information Compromised By Health Officials - NewsChannel5.com      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Confidential HIV Patient Information Compromised By Health Officials
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Health department officials admitted Wednesday the confidential medical information of thousands of Tennesseans living with HIV may have been compromised on a public server for nearly nine months before the problem was ...
Identities of thousands of Tennesseans with HIV made vulnerable by government errorThe Tennessean
Thousands of Tennessee HIV patients' identities left vulnerable for months following server errorNew York Daily News

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          Nashville SC Travels to Other Queen City to Take on Charlotte Independence      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
After stymying the top team in the Eastern Conference in FC Cincinnati and earning a 0-0 draw, Nashville SC will look to secure three points on the ro... - USL Nashville SC
          A’s send Frankie Montas down to get work during All-Star break      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
HOUSTON - With the A’s expecting to regain one starter Thursday and just six games left before the All-Star break, the team sent Frankie Montas down to Triple-A Nashville in order to keep pitching throughout the All-Star break. Montas is coming off his best start to date; he pitched six scoreless innings against division-leading Houston on Monday, improving his record to 5-2 and lowering his ERA to 3.35. Trevor Cahill (Achilles tendon) will come off the disabled list Thursday, however, pushing Edwin Jackson back to Friday at San Francisco, followed by Brett Anderson and Sean Manaea.
          Adopt KITTENS a Domestic Medium Hair (KITTENS (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Need to find homes for nine week old kittens, not yet sure of genders. They are all weaned, healthy and a joy to be around. Please contact foster mom, Janet, at XXXX@yahoo.com... see more at Petfinder.com

          Industrial Electrician      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NC-Nashville, A processing facility in Nashville, NC is seeking to fill the Year-Round Hourly position of Industrial Electrician, who must be flexible to work different shifts. The individual in this position will be responsible for the repair and maintenance of factory equipment. Responsibilities: All duties and responsibilities of an Industrial Electrician, including maintenance of plant machinery. Troublesho
          336 E Trinity Ln (Eddie Cox (VisualTour)) $3,299,900      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Community Market in East Nashville. Family owned commercial market w/gas since 1984. Property is located on busy Trinity Lane close to Dickerson Rd and Ellington Parkway. Tons of traffic. Highly profitable. Includes building & all equipment.

          Dockers Fairway Men's Shoes $24 at eBay      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
eBay with NashvilleShoeWarehouse has the Dockers Fairway Lace-up Rubber Sole Plain Toe Men's Oxford Shoes (Tan) for $28 - 15% off with coupon code PRIMOSALE [Exp 7/11 at 11PM PT; requires PayPal] = $24 with free shipping.

 


          G.H. Bass & Co. Asbury Men’s Leather Boat Shoes $25 at eBay      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

eBay with Nashville Shoes Warehouse has the G.H. Bass & Co. Asbury Men’s Leather Boat Shoes (2 colors) for $30 - 15% off with coupon code PRIMOSALE [Exp 7/11 at 11PM PT; requires PayPal] = $25 with free shipping.


          Self-Starter Wanted for Sales Position      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TN-Nashville, Are You… .Passionate? You have the drive to succeed and desire to positively impact your community and those around you. …Motivated? You are resourceful and able to work independently to achieve your personal and professional goals. …Hardworking? You have an entrepreneurial spirit and are willing to put in the work to thrive. We are currently seeking entry- and senior-level applicants with this sa
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Sixty Places to Get Inexpensive Noontime Eats by Mercury Staff

808 Grinds

SW 9th & Washington, 5226 SE 26th, 10100 SW Park
If you happen to live or work downtown, and can avoid alpha male drivers who don’t care about pedestrians, and work in a swank private office, or just give no fucks what anyone sees you shove in your face hole, I highly recommend this food cart and especially the Loco Moco (hamburger, fried egg, and brown gravy on white rice, $9.50), served with thick and creamy macaroni salad and the stickiest of sticky rice (to go with your rice dish). Note: There is no outdoor seating, so I ate mine in the car, like a savage. D MARTIN AUSTIN SW 9th & Washington: Mon-Fri 11 am-3 pm; 5226 SE 26th: Mon & Tues 11 am-8 pm, Wed-Sat 11 am-9 pm; 10100 SW Park: Daily 10:30 am-8:30 pm

Alberta Market

909 NE Alberta
This little market on the corner of Northeast Alberta and 9th is famous for two things: fried chicken wings and jojos. You’ll smell the chicken from a block away; and the wings, sizzling inside the luminescent case, will be the first thing you see when you walk in the door. For the money, nothing in town beats Alberta Market’s wings. You can order as few as three for $3.50, or you could feed your whole family for under 10 bucks (if you’re not particularly concerned about your family’s nutrition). Your best bet is four wings and jojos for $5, with a side of ranch. You’ll want to grab a pounder of Sprite ($1.49) to wash it all down with. Get there early in the day if you want fresh jojos, because if they haven’t already sold out by late afternoon, they’ll have lost their crispiness. Also keep in mind that there isn’t any seating, so prepare to eat in your car or sit out on the curb. Either way, don’t forget to take a lot of napkins. This stuff is greasy. SANTI ELIJAH HOLLEY Sun-Thurs 8 am-11 pm; Fri & Sat 8 am-midnight

An Xuyen Bakery

5345 SE Foster
I have been going to An Xuyen a couple of times a month for the better part of a decade and love it every time. I always get the veggie meat, which is a glutinous protein doused with a sweet-ish savory sauce, topped with the standard banh mi toppings of carrots, cilantro, jalapeños, and a healthy spread of mayo. Sometimes they run out of the veggie meat around lunchtime so I go early, which works great, because a spicy sando and an iced coffee for $5 at 10 am will guarantee an A+ Sunday. Also, the other morning I went there for breakfast treats and purchased FOUR GOURMET, HOMEMADE pastries for SEVEN DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS. TOTAL! There are some places in town where you’re lucky to get two hard vegan donuts for that price. So please, by all means go, but don’t start going before me and making them run out of the veggie meat even earlier. ELINOR JONES Tues-Sat 7 am-6 pm; Sun 7 am-3 pm

Baby Doll Pizza

2835 SE Stark
Tucked directly between Southeast 28th and 29th on Stark, Baby Doll Pizza stands and delivers what we’ve all come to love about Portland-style New York-style pizza—big, floppy, yet crispy slices on silver pans tended by hipsters with sleeve tattoos on the verge of heat stroke from running around making the city’s finest pizza. The menu includes gluten free and vegan options, but I order the meat slice ($3.75) topped with locally sourced pepperoni, perfectly seasoned sausage, basil, and the ooey-gooeyiest of mozzarella, because I know how to enjoy my life. Since I’m a pig, I also snag two garlic knots (75 cents each) and half a Greek salad ($5)—a meal easily shared by two, eaten by one for $10.25. DMA Mon-Thurs 11 am-2 am, Fri & Sat 11 am-3 am, Sun 11 am-midnight

Basilisk

820 NE 27th
There aren’t a ton of perfect things in this world, but the fried chicken sandwich ($9) at Basilisk is one of them. Nestled inside the Zipper food hall on Northeast Sandy, the space is casual and inviting, with plenty of room to sit—or take your plunder of poultry to the cafeteria room next door, or, better yet, sit outside. If you go later in the day, maybe grab a whiskey cocktail or a beer at the Zipper’s bar, Paydirt, which opens at 3 pm. But whatever you do, get that chicken. A thick wodge of unbelievably tender bird, coated in crispy-fried goodness, stuffed between two pillow-soft buns and accompanied by pickles, slaw, and a gently tangy sauce, Basilisk’s chicken sandwich is so precariously high that it arrives with a knife stabbed through the middle. There’s a spicy, Nashville-style option for daredevils ($8); get a side of their yummy mac salad ($3) and you’ll be able to skip dinner. NED LANNAMANN Daily 11 am-10 pm

Beeswing

4318 NE Cully
Beeswing’s menu willfully straddles breakfast and lunch, with buttermilk biscuits ($2.50) coexisting alongside breakfast enchiladas ($11) and meatloaf sandwiches ($11). But that’s what makes it great! My advice: Pick something sweet from the wide variety of baked goods and order the fresh farm salad, whose ingredients change with the seasons ($10). The salad’s summertime incarnation features soft-boiled egg, avocado, clementine, super thin banana chips, succulent pork belly, and parmesan tossed into arugula—it sounds like a weird medley of flavors, but it’s surprisingly delicious. Eat it outside on one of the city’s pleasantest patios to complete your adorably twee Beeswing experience. CIARA DOLAN Mon & Tues 8 am-3 pm, Wed-Sun 8 am-9 pm

Bing Mi!

SW 9th & Alder, NE 60th & Halsey
Hailing from the streets of Northern China, jian bing is Asia’s breakfasty answer to the Crunchwrap Supreme—a savory crepe stuffed with scrambled egg, crunchy wonton-style crackers, black bean paste, cilantro, chives, and pickled veggies. After experimenting, here’s my preferred customization of the $6 basic bing: choose the spiciest option—it’s a chili-laced kick that burns without demolishing—add the plum sauce, which brings an umami-sweet balance to the savory ingredients, and definitely invest in extra wonton crackers (50 cents), which kick up the texture at the bottom of the bing where things tend to get soggy. Sausage ($1) is pleasant, but only necessary if you’re super hungry. ANDREA DAMEWOOD SW 9th & Alder: Mon-Fri 7:30 am-3 pm, Sat 11 am-4 pm, NE 60th & Halsey: Tues-Sun noon-8 pm

Best Baguette

8308 SE Powell
Best Baguette is where I go if it’s the wrong time of day for An Xuyen or if I’m heading east on Powell. Their banh mi is just a little too big, which maybe is not a deterrent for most people. And there’s a drive-through, which more non-fast food places really should offer. My go-tos at Best Baguette are the sweet chili chicken banh mi that’s more sweet than chili, and from the European sandwich menu, the egg and cheese on a croissant that is a protein-packed gut bomb. All of the sandos at Best Baguette are less than $5. If you go on a weekend, it’s filled with families gossiping in Vietnamese and you can pretend they’re talking about you and feel popular. EJ Daily 7 am-9 pm

Bless Your Heart Burgers

126 SW 2nd (Inside Pine Street Market)
Inspired by the downhome goodness of the Carolinas, chefs Drew Sprouse and John Gorman’s burger joint magically transports the flavors of the South into a much more politically comfortable atmosphere. Perfectly seared and juicy beef from the Northwest is wedged between a soft Martin’s potato roll, and can be dressed with a regular array of condiments. OR! You can order in the appropriate manner and get it “Carolina-style” with chili, onions, cole slaw, yellow mustard, homemade pickles, and American cheese for the criminally low price of $6.95. Slip in some fries (small $2.50)—or perhaps the “Down n Dirty” version with griddled onions, peppers, mushrooms, beer cheese sauce, ranch, and barbecue spice ($5.50), though that’s between you and your god—and you’ve got an affordable meal that will remind you of back home, even if you’ve never been there. WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY Daily 11 am-9 pm

Boke Dokie

3646 SE Hawthorne
A little fried chicken (and tofu) sandwich shop from the minds behind Boke Bowl, Boke Dokie recently hopped from its downtown spot to a cute, red window inside Rachel’s Ginger Beer. Boke Dokie’s taste profile asks you to marry sweet and salty, at all times. Their Brussels Sprout Salad ($6) contains mango, which I disliked here (for the first time ever!). I was not a fan of the flavor mix, which was also a problem with their tiny Chicken Sandwich ($7). Somehow the fried chicken was bland while the Asian slaw topping was too sweet. I’m not opposed to salty and sweet, but this was a bad romance. SUZETTE SMITH Sun-Thurs 11 am-10 pm, Fri & Sat 11 am-11 pm

Brunch Box

620 SW 9th 
It’s a little hole-in-the-wall with super limited seating and overly loud pop music, but Brunch Box is a great carry-out lunch if you’re obsessed with breakfast like I am. Their breakfast sandwiches range from $6 to $9.50 on whatever bread you like, but if you pick anything other than the magnificent biscuit, you’re making a mistake. It’s the perfect blend of buttery and crumbly, and pairs perfectly with the greasy breakfast sausage, fried egg, and cheese for a quintessential morning sandwich. Burgers are similarly inexpensive, and everything is easy to customize and comes out fast. To really indulge, throw in a milkshake for $3.75. KELLY KENOYER Daily 8 am-10 pm 

Bunk Downtown

211 SW 6th
Portland’s various Bunk Sandwiches spots have all kinds of fancy-pants sandwiches, and because not everything in this world has been irredeemably corrupted, most of ’em hover right around that sweet $10 price point. But EVEN CHEAPER is their simplest, most perfect offering: The Egg & Cheese on a Hard Roll is exactly what it sounds like—a fried egg, some melty cheese, a toasted poppy-seed roll—and it costs a mere $5. Sure, these things work great for breakfast (they’re best when the yolk is runny), but I grab them for lunch, squeezing into Bunk’s hole-in-the-wall location downtown. I also drop an extra buck to get some avocado on there, because fuckin’ obviously. ERIK HENRIKSEN Mon-Fri 8 am-3 pm, Sat & Sun 9 am-3 pm

Checkerboard Pizza

126 SW 2nd (inside Pine Street Market)
You’re in the heart of downtown and you’ve only got 15 spare minutes to gulp down a lunch. (In other words, just a typical workday at the Portland Mercury.) Checkerboard Pizza will fire up a substantial slice for you in a matter of minutes. Don’t turn your nose up at plain ol’ cheese ($3/slice), which is elegant in its simplicity, but if you must go to fancy-land, their specialty pies ($4/slice) won’t disappoint; a recent visit found a wonderfully spicy concoction with Alps soppresatta, salami, and mozzarella, and an intriguingly lemony slice with asparagus, ricotta, red onion, and mint. Checkerboard’s thin slices veer toward the crusty side, and can sometimes turn crackly after reheating, but if the stars align, one or two perfectly chewable slices is just what you need to get through the rest of the day. NL Sun-Thurs 11 am-9 pm, Fri & Sat 11 am-10 pm

Chez Dodo

427 SW Stark
One comes to the Chez Dodo food cart for Shyamosas ($5-6). I’ve gobbled down a big mound of their spicy, oily Mine Frire yakisoba noodles ($7-12) many times too. Whatever you order from Chez Dodo is guaranteed to fill you up, but those Shyamosas—fried pastries the size of two fists, full of spiced potatoes, vegetables, and meat—are the best thing on the menu. I often eat vegan at this cart because, quite frankly, I think the vegan Shyamosas (filled with lentil fritters, eggplant, mushrooms, and tofu) have a better spice game. They never believe that I can handle the hotness. Respect me, Chez Dodo! One day, you will. SS Mon-Fri 11 am-8 pm

ChickPeaDX

2707 NE Sandy
When ChickPeaDX—the popular and awkwardly named food cart—evolved three years ago into a brick-and-mortar micro-restaurant in the Zipper building, owner Yair Maidan expanded his menu just enough to justify the move, while staying true to what won the restaurant all of its well-deserved accolades. While the falafel, made fresh from Washington chickpeas, remains as mouth-wateringly crisp as ever, they’ve recently switched to a different supplier for their pita bread, and this is where they’ve made the first misstep. The falafel pita wrap ($9.50)—packed with cabbage slaw, carrot ribbons, fried eggplant, tomato-cucumber salad, and generous amounts of falafel—came apart upon my very first bite, and only got worse from there. The pita, which I was informed is now vegan, was dry and flavorless, and couldn’t hold its own against the abundant fillings. Go with the salad bowl or rice bowl (both $10.50), which have all the same ingredients as the wrap, but won’t leave you with falafel all over your shirt. SEH Tues-Sun 11 am-9 pm

Du’s Grill

5365 NE Sandy
Take notice: this little Rose City Park hole-in-the-wall has the good shit. The plates ($9-$11.50) are huge, fast, and fucking delicious. Primary offerings are teriyaki plate lunch—choose chicken, pork, beef, or some combo of the three—and you get a pile of protein, a steamy football-sized quenelle of rice, and a refreshing iceberg salad with creamy poppy-seed dressing. The chicken ($9.75) is my favorite; you get about two or three juicy thighs’ worth, with smoky-charred edges and sauced in sweet-sticky-garlicky teriyaki. There’s a tofu bowl or yakisoba noodles for the vegetarians in your party, and a side of tangy, probiotic kimchi ($3.50) is big enough to take home for later. HEATHER ARNDT ANDERSON Mon-Fri 11 am-8:45 pm

East Glisan Pizza Lounge

8001 NE Glisan
This lounge is a little dark, a little grungy, and very tasty. It feels way more like a bar than a pizzeria, but the ’za is to die for. I grabbed a 12-inch margherita pizza for $11, and it was plenty to feed me and a ravenous teenager. The key to a good margherita is high quality, fresh ingredients, and East Glisan has it down. Beautiful, chewy mozzarella with slightly tangy, freshly made tomato sauce, and whole fresh basil leaves to top it off. I’d eat that any day of the week. A solid tap list of local brews is the perfect touch, because what goes together better than beer and pizza? KK Daily 4 pm-midnight

Edelweiss Sausage & Delicatessen

3119 SE 12th
Condor Airlines offers direct flights from PDX to Frankfurt during the summer, but for a much more affordable dose of Deutschland, go to Edelweiss, the deli and specialty foods store that’s been an enclave of all things German and edible for nearly 40 years. The place is a wünder-land of weird and delicious-looking things, from candies with unpronounceable names to mayonnaise that comes out of a toothpaste tube, and there’s a wraparound deli with all kinds of meats stacked high (take a number!). There’s also counter in the corner offering simple sandwiches, sausages, and schnitzel, with three fantastic German biers on tap. Get a juicy, pale weisswurst made with pork and lemon ($5.25), or a kickass ham and Swiss on dark rye bread ($7) with a side of their haus potato salad ($3.50), served hot and mushy like mashed potatoes. Grab a seat in the tiny luncheonette and feel like you’re half a world away. NL Mon-Sat 9 am-6 pm

Enat Kitchen

300 N Killingsworth
While perhaps not as cheap as many of the cheap eats on this list, Enat Kitchen likely offers one of the most rewarding and satisfying meals for the money. Though they’ve discontinued their lunch buffet, Enat offers reasonably priced lunch or dinner entrees, from $9.99 to $14.99, with choices of chicken, beef, lamb, fish, or veggies. My date and I ordered the beef key wot—small chunks of tender beef, marinated in spicy berbere sauce—and the veggie combo, which comes with five veggie sides, all of which tasted fresh and uniquely spiced. A frequent complaint of some Ethiopian restaurants is when I need to request (and pay for) additional injera; not so with Enat, who offered so much that neither of us could finish what we started. Enat has a cozy vibe inside, which is a good thing, because service, though friendly, was a little on the cozy side of prompt. SEH Mon-Sat 11:30 am-9 pm

Frank’s Noodle House

822 NE Broadway
Located in an old Craftsman right next to the Crown Memorial Cremation and Burial Center, Frank’s Noodle House is endorsed by celebrity chef Guy Fieri (who once stopped there with his show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives and even signed the wall), which should be enough reason to visit. If it’s not—shame on you—go because the restaurant’s lunch special is “lights-out delicious,” as modern cuisine’s frosted-tipped hero would say. After enjoying complimentary hot and sour or egg flower soup, along with kimchi and pickled daikon (for dine-in customers only), order Frank’s signature stir-fried, hand-pulled noodles (or else just GTFO)—the dish can be made vegetarian with thin-sliced bell peppers, onions, and cabbage, or elevated with a variety of meat options (my favorite is pork belly, $7.95). With its lovely porch, customizable spiciness levels, dynamite prices, and super-fast service, Frank’s Noodle House is the closest thing Portland’s got to Flavortown. CD Mon-Sat 11 am-3 pm & 5 pm-9 pm

Gastro Mania Deli

1986 NW Pettygrove 
Gastro Mania packs a lot into a small space under a brick building in Slabtown: namely a lot of octopi. The eight-legged sea critter is the mascot and logo of this little restaurant and it’s a great spot for Mediterranean seafood at a low price—you can get a massive plate with pita, salad, and meat or fish on rice for just $10. And they don’t skimp on the fish—you get several big, lightly fried fillets when you order the salmon. Ample outdoor seating makes it a great spot for summer. KK Mon-Tues 7:30 am-4 pm, Wed-Fri 7:30 am-8 pm, Sat 11 am-4 pm

Grant’s Philly Cheesesteaks

1203 NW 23rd, 15350 NE Sandy
Philly cheesesteaks are something I am morally opposed to. But, since I was assigned to eat one for this blurb, I wound up ordering one at Grant’s and was... not disappointed. I recommend “the Portland” half sandwich ($7.75), which switches the classic Philly provolone with Tillamook cheddar. I added mushrooms ($1.50) and chose sweet (over spicy) peppers. It was juicy and filling—I’d stay away from ordering a whole sandwich unless you’re able to immediately take a nap. If you’re feeling weird, get “the Whiz,” a normal cheesesteak doused in Cheez Whiz. I don’t recommend watching someone eat the Whiz. Especially if it’s the kid sitting next to me who licked his sandwich before eating it. Licked. ALEX ZIELINSKI 1203 NW 23rd: Sun-Fri 11 am-7 pm, 15350 NE Sandy: Mon-Fri 10 am-7 pm

Güero

200 NE 28th
Sometimes I dream about Güero. It’s Portland’s ultimate torta hub—they offer seven different sandwich options, but my favorite is the vegetarian Refrito ($11), which smooshes refried beans, pickled onions, avocado, roasted serrano peppers, poblano crema, and chile-lime mayo between a fluffy toasted telera roll. I can’t visit without also getting a side of the Esquites ($3), corn sautéed with chile garlic and served with aioli, cotija cheese, lime, and ground ancho chile. It’s hot, spicy, creamy, and citrusy—basically all of the holiest flavors contained in one paper cup. Smother everything with Güero’s impossibly perfect homemade carrot-habanero hot sauce and you’ll be crying salty little tears of joy. (Bonus: They sell jars of the sauce to-go, so you can also smother everything in your fridge with it.) CD Daily 11 am-10 pm

Hat Yai

1605 NE Killingsworth
I think the argument can be made that fried chicken, in all its forms (nugget, strip, on-the-bone, etc.) is the best food in the world. Every country has a version, and each one is finger-lickin’ good. And Earl Ninsom’s perfect bird at Hat Yai could put anything the Colonel ever made to shame. This fast-casual concept from the owner of Langbaan and co-owner Alan Akwai serves Southern Thai style fried chicken, delectable curries, chewy fried roti breads, and some seriously spicy salads. At lunch, $9 will get you a fried thigh and drumstick with a mound of sticky rice, or a curry of braised chicken thigh with roti to sop it all up. You’ll secretly want to order both, but remember you can go back the next day. AD Sun-Thurs 11:30 am-9 pm, Fri & Sat 11:30 am-10 pm

Ha VL

2738 SE 82nd, Suite 102
Ha VL is a small shop located in a teensy tiny strip mall off Southeast 82nd that you’ll miss at least once while looking for it. That said, this place is hardly an unknown hole-in-the-wall—lots has been written about its ridiculously delicious Vietnamese noodle soups—and has gotten national attention from far fancier food writers than me. But here I am as well to tell you: YUM. Ha VL offers two soups daily, and while it still has sandwiches on their menu, they also have many signs up telling you that sandwiches are no longer available. But who cares? Soup is the name of the game. I like chicken curry Wednesdays but really want to get there sometime for snail Thursdays. (SNAIL!) Lunch costs $10, but an extra 50 cents to-go, so I’d recommend picking up your favorite free weekly newspaper and tucking in there among foodie tourists and Southeast Asian immigrants. EJ Wed-Mon, 8 am-4 pm

Huong’s Vietnamese Food

546 SW 10th
Huong’s tofu banh mi sandwich ($5) is hands down the best lunchtime deal in town. As someone who usually opts for a traditional grilled pork banh mi, Huong’s vegetarian take on the sandwich hit me like foot-long freight train the first time I ventured outside my comfort zone. The lemongrass tofu is pulled, tossed in a spicy sriracha sauce, and generously distributed along the base of the baguette, with a sprinkling of diced peanuts mixed in to provide additional flavor and texture in every bite. The crackling and crisp baguette is topped off with shredded pickled carrot, and thick slabs of tomato, cucumber, and jalapeño, leaving you with a fresh and filling lunchtime meal that’s easy to devour while on the go. CHIPP TERWILLIGER Mon-Sat 11 am-6 pm

Jamaican Homestyle Cuisine

441 N Killingsworth
Immediately recognizable for the pungent clouds of smoke wafting from the barrel smoker outside, Jamaican Homestyle Cuisine has carved a respectable niche for itself on North Killingsworth, near PCC’s Cascade campus. The décor, with Jamaican flags and portraits of Bob Marley on the walls, falls somewhere between authentic Jamaican decoration and a college student’s impression of authentic Jamaican decoration, but Homestyle’s jerk sauce—smoky, spicy, and a touch sweet—leaves no room for doubt. Menu options include pricier dishes like oxtail and curry goat, but if you’re a broke-ass college student, try the jerk meal ($10/small): chicken leg quarter, sides of rice and beans, and steamed cabbage. The rice and beans and cabbage are nothing spectacular, but you’ll want something to relieve some of the heat from the chicken, especially if you add Grace Hot Pepper sauce (which you absolutely should). SEH Tues-Thurs 11 am-7 pm, Fri 11 am-8 pm, Sat 11 am-9 pm, Sun 1 pm-6 pm

Kenny’s Noodle House

8305 SE Powell
Kenny’s Noodle House is a legit choice for Cantonese cuisine with no MSG. When I arrive, most tables are populated by Chinese people speaking their native tongue, which is always a good sign. Service is polite and friendly, and the prices are downright cheap—especially relative to the quality of the food, which is mostly meat dumplings, noodles, and soup. Maybe not the most exciting, but it keeps things simple. I order fish ball and fish fillet with lai fun noodles ($7.15), the second most expensive dish on the menu. Hot tea is complimentary and served in plastic water cups. So, you can either pay $1.80 for ice tea, or pour a little of your water into the free tea you already have. DMA Mon-Sat 9:30am-9 pm, Sun 9:30 am-8:30 pm

Kim Jong Smokehouse

413 NW 21st, 126 SW 2nd
Picture Southern-style barbecue merged with Korean street food, and you’ve got the odd, but delicious verve of Kim Jong Smokehouse, which produces one of my fave go-to inexpensive lunches in town. Check out these ingredients: scorched rice, sweet potato noodles, and season vegetables topped with a runny egg ($9), and topped again, if you like, with smoked salmon, mushroom, pulled pork, chicken (an extra $4), or short rib ($5) if you’ve got a little extra change in your pocket. Personally I forgo the toppings, because when mixed together and devoured with chopsticks, this is a bowl of heaven that can easily last for two meals. That is, if one possesses an ounce of self-control (which I do not). WSH Sun-Thurs 11 am-9 pm, Fri & Sat 11 am-10 pm

La Piñata Takos

432 SW 3rd
For years, I’ve studiously endeavored to discover what makes the veggie burrito from La Piñata Takos INCREDIBLY, VASTLY SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHER BURRITOS. Thus far, my thorough experiments have led to this hypothesis: Uh, it’s the cheese, maybe, I think? Unlike other places that just cram some shredded cheese in the mix and call it good, the friendly heroes at Piñata melt theirs between the layers of the tortilla—where it complements perfect proportions of beans, tomatoes, guac, sour cream, and lettuce. (Basic ingredients, yes, but there’s some straight-up alchemy going on here.) It’s hefty and filling—a fantastic deal for $6.50—and, if you load it up with their green sauce, has just the right amount of kick. But more research is needed, so goodbye, I’m going to go get another one. EH Mon-Thurs 11 am-4 pm, Fri-Sat 11 am-3 am

Laurelhurst Market

3155 E Burnside
Portland has some good sandwiches, sure, but let’s be real: In this city, a deli is where you go to play lottery, not get a good meal. Which is why the gourmet sandwiches that steakhouse Laurelhurst Market whips up during the daylight hours are so dang special—these are carefully crafted vessels of meat and gluten, made with top-notch ingredients and flavors all working in concert. At $10.95 a pop, these ain’t Subway six-inches—and thank god. You can’t go wrong with the corned beef or pastrami options, the ever-changing daily special, or my standby, ham and salami with pepperoncini, oil, and vinegar. If the sumptuous slabs of meat in the deli case aren’t your thing, they always have a vegetarian option, too. Get it to go, or chow it down in Laurelhurst’s airy restaurant space, with the bustle of the kitchen in the background. NL Lunch hours daily 11 am-5 pm

Lauretta Jean’s

3402 SE Division, SW 6th & Pine
Pies: They’re not just for dessert! At least not at Lauretta Jean’s. The cozy, colorful pie shop offers both savory and sweet slices for your lunchtime pie fix. I liked the fluffy and crisp Ham, Gruyere, and Leek Quiche ($5.75) paired with a tart slice of Strawberry Rhubarb Pie ($5). But I wouldn’t be mad if you went for a slice of Key Lime Pie ($5). Or just had two slices of sweet pie for lunch because you are a damn adult and are living your most authentic life. Not into triangle-shaped food? Try the Baker’s Salad ($9)—it’s both delicious and astoundingly large. AZ Sun-Thurs 8 am-10 pm, Fri & Sat 8 am-11pm

Los Gorditos

1212 SE Division, 3420 SE 50th, 11155 NE Halsey, 922 NW Davis, 902 N Killingsworth, 4937 SE Division
I never thought I would be advocating for trash lunch, but in the case of Los Gorditos, the garbage burrito is the way to go. The legs of the burrito are the taqueria’s traditional chicken, beef, and pork, and it’s filled out with beans, rice, cheese, sour cream, two kinds of salsa, onion, and cilantro. The Garbage Burrito is like a half-dozen street tacos stuffed into one extra large flour tortilla and at $9.50, it’s a steal. Not into carnivorous feasts? Fear not! Gorditos is well respected for their vegetarian and vegan menus—yes, that’s a full menu for each, not just one or two dishes without meat. The majority of menu items is less than $10, and the lower Division location adjoins Apex, a beer bar that’s home to one of Portland’s many epic patios. Gorditos will even deliver your burrito next door so you can make it a three-IPA lunch—just be sure to let them know where you’re sitting! BRI BREY Daily 9 am-9 pm

Lúc Lác

835 SW 2nd
Popular Vietnamese spot Lúc Lác always has a line these days. Once you’re in that line, though, it moves along pretty swiftly—providing there aren’t tourists (there always are) acclimating to Lúc Lác’s clever counter service flow of ordering, and having your meal served after you sit. Respect the flow! Know what you want! Lúc Lác’s Vermicelli Rice Noodles ($8-12) are perfect for avoiding that post-lunch heaviness. Choose a grilled item of your choice (it’s weirdly satisfying to have just crispy rolls) to sit atop a bed of rice noodles, spicy vinaigrette dressed slaw of cabbage, peanuts, pickled carrots, and other crunchy delights. For colder, rainy days, Lúc Lác serves an excellent pho ($9-11). Their vegetarian pho contains an especially resplendent amount of veggies. SS Daily 11 am-2:30 pm, Sun-Thurs 4 pm-midnight, Fri & Sat 4 pm-4 am

Matt’s BBQ

4233 N Mississippi
Matt’s BBQ runs the gamut of prices. An ambitious carnivore could spend more than 20 bucks on a single meal, but you don’t need a Scrooge McDuck-sized budget to enjoy this food cart. The pulled pork sandwich ($8) is a solid cheap lunch option nestled within a menu of smoky decadence. Matt’s nails the pulled pork. It’s juicy but not sodden or souplike, yet it still has that fall-apart-in-your-mouth quality that pulled pork needs. It’s topped with pickled veggies to give the meat some contrast, and served on a bun that withstands the moisture while still being the kind of thing you can indecorously stuff into your face like a meat-craving barbarian on a budget. JOE STRECKERT Daily 11 am-7 pm

Mekong Bistro

8200 NE Siskyou
Mekong Bistro bills itself as the first (only?) Cambodian restaurant in Portland, located next to a beauty school in a strip mall on a particularly unattractive part of Northeast 82nd. You’re here for their soups, broadly influenced by the convergence of Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia along the banks of the Mekong River. The Kao-Pune soup is a shockingly low $8.75, a price increase of just 75 cents from when it was featured in the New York Times in 2014. It’s a hulking bowl of red curry with vermicelli noodles, topped with ground pork and vegetables. There’s a pork blood cake and kefir leaves, and a hearty helping of chilis. If you are a fan of Asian soups, or good deals, you can’t miss this one. AD Sun-Thurs 11 am-midnight, Fri & Sat 11 am-2 am

Nong’s Khao Man Gai

SW 10th & Alder, 609 SE Ankeny Suite C, 417 SW 13th
With Nong Poonsukwattana’s trademark sauce now readily available in bottled form, I can’t be the only one who’s attempted to replicate her deceptively simple take on chicken and rice in the confines of my own kitchen. While my meal prep session wasn’t a complete disaster, the experiment left me with even more respect for the empire Nong has created serving up her signature Khao Man Gai ($11) to hungry locals and tourists alike. The strips of poached free-range chicken are always tender and moist, layered atop a hearty scoop of jasmine rice that’s been simmering in the flavorful stock, all packaged up neatly with a side of the one-of-a-kind dipping sauce, as well as a light chicken soup that’s perfect for warming your belly on a rainy day. CT SW 10th & Alder: Mon-Fri 10 am-4 pm; 417 SW 13th & 609 SE Ankeny: Daily 11 am-9 pm

Olympia Provisions Public House

3384 SE Division
With the recent redesign of hot dog joint OP Wurst into Olympia Provisions Public House, the crowded restaurant row of Southeast Division now has a wonderfully German-feeling (and kid-friendy) biergarten. For a quick and satisfying lunch, get a pale-colored bratwurst ($9), cooked so it snaps when you bite into it, and served with sauerkraut and the right kind of mustard. The cheeseburger ($9), served on a sesame-seed bun and nearly liquefied American cheese, is also a solid choice. Wash them down a half-liter of delicious, locally made beer from Rosenstadt ($5-7), who are making damned authentic German style brews—their Kölsch is crisp and refreshing, their dunkel is roasty and full of flavor, and their radler combines their thirst-slaking weissbier with tart lemon soda. NL Mon-Thurs 11 am-10 pm, Fri 11 am-11 pm, Sat 10 am-11 pm, Sun 10 am-10 pm

Otto’s Sausage Kitchen

4138 SE Woodstock
The Woodstock neighborhood, if you didn’t know, is cute as hell. And it also has the pleasure of being home to one of the best, classic German-style delis in all of Portland, Otto’s Sausage Kitchen. Slip inside to drool over the cases of fresh meats to take home for dinner, or for a quick, inexpensive bite, step outside where employees are grilling up savory old-fashioned wieners, chicken or beer sausages, and my favorite, the pork link ($5) on a soft, flavorful bun. Dress it appropriately (with Coney Island-style mustard, diced onions, and relish), take a bite, and feel the satisfying snap of the casing breaking between your teeth, and the smokiness of the mouth-watering pork rising up into your grateful nostrils. I’m sharing too much information, I know. But it’s that good. WSH Mon-Sat 9:30 am-6 pm, Sun 11 am-5 pm

Pho Oregon

2518 NE 82nd
As far as I’m concerned, this is the best pho in town. The huge banquet hall can fill up during weekend hours, but if you go for an early lunch on a weekday, it’s likely to be you and a few older Vietnamese guys, slurping up vermicelli noodles and rare steak slices that cook in the rich five-spice and anise-tinged broth. My order is a small No. 2, with noodles, round steak, flank, fatty brisket, tendon, and tripe for $9.95. If that’s too much adventure meat, there’s all manner of combo options. A small is still huge, both in size and flavor, but the gargantuan large bowls top out at no more than $10.95. If you haven’t had Pho Oregon, you haven’t had Portland pho. AD Daily 9 am-8:30 pm

Pine State Biscuits

2204 NE Alberta, 1100 SE Division Suite 100, 125 NE Schuyler
In a city that’s overflowing with restaurants, waiting longer than 10 minutes for a table in Portland has always felt unnecessary—unless that line’s for Pine State Biscuits. Pine State has delivered consistently delectable biscuit sandwiches since a trio of North Carolinians opened the shop in 2006. If it’s your first time at Pine State, I’d suggest going with their classic: The Reggie ($9). Imagine a pile of fried chicken, bacon, cheese, and gravy lovingly stacked between two flaky biscuits. And then imagine that all mushed up in your mouth. Want that in real life? Get your butt to Pine State Biscuits and stand in line (hint: bring a crossword to do instead of staring at the wait staff and sighing dramatically). It’s worth the wait. AZ Daily 7 am-3 pm

Pizza Jerk

5028 NE 42nd, 621 SE Morrison
Pizza Jerk is a traditional family pizza parlor that serves Connecticut-style pies and slices. The original location on Northeast 42nd looks like it got sucked up out of the East Coast in a Wizard of Oz tornado and flung to the opposite side of the country—it’s got an old-school vibe you don’t often find in these parts, with red-and-white checkered tablecloths, booths, and stained-glass light fixtures. For lunch, Pizza Jerk offers $10 sandwich specials for meatball, chicken, or eggplant parmesans, along with a few slice specials: either two slices and a soda for $7, two slices of Lydia (their veggie option with spinach, mushrooms, and onion) and a PBR for $10, or one slice, a salad, and a soda for $9. CD Daily 11:30 am-9 pm

Pollo Norte

2935 NE Glisan
Pollo Norte’s succulent rotisserie chicken is outstanding on its own ($9/quarter chicken), but for a buck more you can have it in a bowl ($10) with rice, black or pinto beans, and other flavorful stuff depending on your mood (vegetarians even have their own option). For another buck you can add tortillas, avocado, extra chicken, or those dank potatoes that have been soaking up schmaltz as they roast, getting all sticky and moreish. If you’re really watching your budget, you can always opt for a bowl of beans ($5) and tortillas (three for $1). HAA Daily noon-9 pm

Potato Champion

1207 SE Hawthorne
What’s better than the Canadian classic of cheese curds, gravy, and fries when you’re stumbling around drunk at 1 am? Literally nothing: It’s the best drunk food imaginable. And Potato Champion has it DOWN. A medium sized portion runs for $8.25 and it’s plenty for a ravenous drunk, and the large portion for $11 is great for sharing. I suggest the satay poutine—it comes with a house-made Thai peanut sauce drizzled over your french fries. And if your friends are picky, they have many other great food carts to choose from. Everyone can come back together in the spacious seating area to enjoy their various crepes, noodles, pizza, and poutine. KK Sun-Thurs 11 am-1 am, Fri-Sat 11 am-3 am

Que Bolá?

7238 SE Foster
Que Bolá? (Cuban for “what’s up?”) is one of the crown jewels of the Portland Mercado food cart pod, and it’s true, there are many dishes to enjoy: Picadillo Cubano (Cuban beef hash simmered in tomato sauce, $9), Papas Bravas (spiced Yukon Gold potatoes with chorizo, $9), and Pan con Bistec (grilled steak sandwich, $8). But then there’s God’s favorite sandwich, the Cubano ($8), which features island-style roasted pork, ham, pickles, mustard, and Swiss cheese on a grilled hoagie roll—and time comes to a stop when you’re eating it. The pork is tender and flavorful, the pickles and mustard are its best friends, and ohhhh that melted Swiss. If there is a better sandwich in the world, I’ll be happy to give it a try—but I won’t hold my breath. WSH Daily 11 am-8 pm

Reel M’Inn

2430 SE Division
One of the last remnants of Old Portland along the shiny new stretch of Southeast Division, Reel M’Inn is the neighborhood dive bar that your favorite dive bar is probably based on. Along with healthy pours, the bar’s known for perfecting one classic pairing: fried chicken and jojos. I suggest the Two Piece Meal ($9), which comes with one chicken breast and a choice of a leg or wings, and four jojos. The chicken hits a magical balance of tender and crispy, and comes with tasty sauces to dip into (hello, honey mustard). And the jojos? Perfection. These delicacies are made to order behind the bar, which can take around 30 minutes—so grab a drink while you wait. Patience is part of the journey. AZ Mon-Sat 10 am-2:30 am, Sun 10 am-1 am

Richi’s Modern Japanese Cuisine

432 SW 3rd
Richi’s Modern Japanese Cuisine, situated in the Southwest 3rd food cart pod, boasts “a new approach to healthy Japanese comfort food.” Among their many vegan options and alongside some “meat-friendly” versions, Mayumi and Ichiro Sato’s slurp-worthy vegan ramen ($8) is made with a curry-style spice blend, seaweed broth, pickled daikon radish, mixed greens and cilantro—it’s more affordable than the $12 bowls at Marukin and Afuri just a few blocks down. Plus they’re open late. Also try the cart’s really tasty salad bowls like the Hearty Veggie East ($5.50 small/$7 regular), which is made with kale that’s thoroughly massaged in their zesty signature sauce, brown rice, and quinoa, avocado, edamame beans, tomatoes, and sesame seeds. Oishii! JENNI MOORE Daily 11 am-11 pm

Rose VL Deli

6424 SE Powell
This newish location is the younger cousin of the world famous Ha VL. It follows their model of offering two soups daily in the $10-11 range. “That seems like a lot for soup, Elinor,” you say. “Soup is mostly water,” you say. No, it’s not!! It’s some intricately flavored combinations of stuff that you and I probably wouldn’t recognize at Fubonn and it’s served in a gigantic bowl that you will loudly slurp while closing your eyes and going “MMMMMMM” and making other diners uncomfortable. And you won’t care. Because that’s some good-ass water. I’ve only ever had the chicken curry because I don’t eat pork or beef, but I don’t know why anyone would eat anything else. EJ Mon- Sat, 10 am-5 pm

Sammich

2137 E Burnside
The newly minted brick-and-mortar home of Sammich sits in the cozy corner of the former Knuckle Sandwich, slinging Chicago-style Italian sandwiches, plus a few sides, adult beverages, and Tab cola. The Tre ($11; add zippy/crunchy giardiniera for another buck) is everything you want in a classic cold cuts sandwich: high-quality meats—salami, Mortadella, and prosciutto—cured in-house, sliced onions, and delicately shredded iceberg to provide crispness without getting in the way, and most importantly, soft baguette that will not shred your palate while simultaneously ejecting the sandwich’s fillings. Mayo and mustard provide appropriate lubrication, and plates come buried in generous handfuls of kettle-style potato chips. HAA Daily 11 am-8 pm

Scottie’s Pizza Parlor

2128 SE Division
A pair of schoolkids swung at a ninja turtle piñata filled with gummy pizzas on my first visit to Scottie’s Pizza Parlor. While it was the shop’s first anniversary, every day at Scottie’s is worth celebrating. They make the best pizza in Portland, offer employees fair wages, and run a pay-it-forward system for patrons to redeem free slices. Try the deservedly raved-about DeFino, a square “grandma style” slice with a limited daily run, smothered in a chunky tomato sauce and topped with juicy mozzarella, fresh basil, and more ($3.75). Even better—you’re almost always guaranteed an edge of crunchy, melted cheese. The white-sauce Bianca ($3.50) is also delicious. Check the chalkboard for cheesy, pun-laced specials like the mushroom-laden ALL CAPS ($4). EMILLY PRADO Daily 11:30 am-9 pm

Spice Kitchen

8245 SE Division
This place is in one of those low-profile buildings around 82nd and Division that you’ll drive by a million times and foolishly not notice. But you should! Because it. Is. Incredible. The cuisine is Halaal Indian-by-way-of-Fiji, and run by an extremely nice immigrant couple. There’s a sign outside that says “lunch 5.99” and that’s what drew me in, but once I saw the buffet, I opted to pay $11.99 instead because I couldn’t just not eat everything I saw. As I write this I am literally licking a to-go container of the coconut spinach soup that smells sweet but has a sneakily spicy kick. The chicken tikka masala, egg curry, and veggie samosas are also on point. Spice Kitchen just opened a couple of months ago so now’s your chance to get in on the ground floor and tell everyone you used to go before it got super crowded. Which I hope it does. Because it’s great. EJ Mon-Thurs 11 am-8 pm, Fri 11 am-9 pm, Sat 4 pm-9 pm

So Good Taste Noodle House

8220 SE Harrison, Suite 215
Hanging plants and roasted ducks line the entrance of no-frills Chinese eatery, So Good Taste Noodle House. Located in the heart of a strip mall with other tasty gems, patrons come here for the meat and enjoy an almost identical sprawling menu like that of Chen’s Good Taste in Chinatown. Dive into a heaping bowl of wonton soup with crisp roasted pork for $8.95. If they’ve run out for the day, consider a swap with barbecue pork. Each bowl boasts plentiful servings of bok choy and succulent wontons simmered in a subtle, savory broth. Stir in copious spoonfuls of chili oil for good measure. Other standouts include the lightly fried pepper and salted squids ($11.95) and roasted duck over egg noodles ($8.95). EP Mon-Sat, 9 am-9 pm; Sun 9 am-8:30 pm

Sushi Ichiban

24 NW Broadway
Sushi Ichiban is the best damn sushi restaurant in Portland, and I will hear nothing else. It’s not the kind of place where you’ll find a whole fish spiraled into some kind of sculptural centerpiece or giant slices of rolls slathered in sauce. This is focused, brass-tacks sushi done with precision. Sushi rolls around on a model train, you grab it, and there’s plenty of good stuff for less than three bucks a plate. Inari ($1.50) and salmon nigiri ($2) are nearly always available and delicious. The best deal in the whole place is the tuna roll ($2.50), a satisfying portion of rice and fish that costs less than most tall boys. JS Tues-Fri 11:30 am-2:30 pm & 5-9 pm, Sat noon-3 pm & 5-9 pm, Sun 5-9 pm

Tambayan Restaurant

6014 SE Foster
You may not be as familiar with Filipino cuisine as you’d like, but if you’re ready to give it a go, Tambayan Restaurant is the local place to start. Regulars swear by the tapsilog (sweetened beef, $9.99) and the fried chicken ($9.99), but if you’re looking for the most delicious bang for your buck, go for the adobo ($9.49). This deceptively simple dish of tender pork chunks perfectly marinated in garlic, vinegar, peppers, and soy create a magic elixir that soaks the accompanying rice, and delivers a hearty meal that can easily be stretched into two lunches. On weekdays it opens at noon, but it’s not rude to be waiting at the door. WSH Wed-Thurs noon-6 pm, Fri noon-8 pm, Sat 11 am-8 pm, Sun 11 am-7 pm

Teppanyaki Hut

8145 SE 82nd, 4233 N Mississippi
Fusion foods often get a bad rap, but the nori-wrapped sushi monstrosities at Teppanyaki Hut have justly earned an exception to the rule. Fusion mostly in name, the food cart offers a handful of colossal sushi burrito options, each essentially giant rolls, stuffed to the gills with fresh fish or veggies and decorated with unique additions like crispy onion, masago, and/or tobiko. Mt. Fuji—a great go-to—is an Instagram-worthy technicolor tube filled with a trifecta of seafood (tuna, salmon, crab salad), lettuce, cucumber, avocado, red cabbage, and crispy onions ($9). While the NoPo location has udon, vegan and meat ramen, nigiri, and regular ol’ sushi rolls on the menu, the Southeast location serves up bento boxes and udon for less than $10. EP Mon-Thurs 11:30 am-7:30 pm, Fri & Sat 11:30 am-8 pm, Sun noon-6 pm

Tierra del Sol

7238 SE Foster
Maize is sacred in Mexico and the crop has been an indigenous culinary and cultural staple for thousands of years. Amalia Vázquez, a Native Oaxaqueña, honors the traditions of her region’s cuisine with an emphasis on organic blue corn products at food cart Tierra del Sol in the colorful Portland Mercado pod. Snag hard-to-find dishes like tetelas (thick masa pockets filled with black beans and topped with crema and queso fresco, $4-6) and mole enchiladas ($9.50), or opt for classics like tacos ($3) and quesadillas ($7-8.50). Expect incredibly flavorful meats, lots of queso Oaxaca (the queen of stretchy quesadilla cheeses), and full bellies. EP Sun-Thurs 10 am-8 pm, Fri & Sat 10 am-9 pm

Tortilleria y Tienda de Leon

16223 NE Glisan
Conveniently located right next door to a Gresham plasma center, the hot deli inside this tienda is well worth the drive. Choose from a wide range of combo plates ($9.99-11.99) or go à la carte with gorditas, burritos, chile relleno, and tons more for just a couple bucks each. I opted for a guisado of cochinita pibil ($9.99): a plate groaning with shredded hunks of red pork; my choice of rice (red) and beans (refried, and appropriately creamy with lard); and house-made tortillas. Vegans and vegetarians aren’t forgotten here, either—there’s a solid menu just for the herbivores, including a succulent nopal salad (pun intended). Folks avoiding carbs can just buy meat by the pound ($9.99-10.99). HAA Mon-Sat 9 am-7 pm, Sun 9 am-6 pm

Whole Bowl

701 SW 6th, 827 SW 2nd, 2590 NE Sandy, 3540 N Vancouver, 4411 SE Hawthorne, SW 9th & Alder, 1100 NW Glisan, 4615 NE Sandy
Like tech bros and shitty life decisions, Whole Bowl locations are EVERYWHERE in Portland, and for good reason: Whole Bowls are fantastic! It’s simple stuff: rice, beans, olives, avocado, cheddar, sour cream, salsa, and curry-esque Tali Sauce. A 12-ounce bowl is $6 and a 16-ounce bowl is $6.50, making them equal parts affordable, delicious, and portable. Please note: The otherwise amazing and wondrous Whole Bowl, by default, comes with cilantro, which I did not mention above, as it is Satan’s cursed weed. Get it without cilantro but with extra Tali Sauce, and soon you, like me, will realize that Whole Bowls have become 75 percent of your diet. EH Hours vary by location; see thewholebowl.com for details, and charitably overlook the unfortunate fact Whole Bowl employees are called “bowlistas”

Wolf & Bear’s Downtown

522 SW 10th
There is no shortage of excellent Middle Eastern food cart options open for lunch in the Southwest Portland block that’s been dubbed “Shawarma Square,” but Wolf & Bear’s unique approach to the popular street food staple manages to satisfy an entirely different craving than a traditional gyro or shawarma sandwich. While the cart’s falafel holds its own in relation to its neighbors, I prefer to order the vegetable-loaded Olea Wrap ($9), which leaves more room for hearty slabs of grilled eggplant, roasted red peppers, grilled red onion, and crisp mixed greens. The warm and fresh pita is coated with thick and creamy labneh and a mouthwatering kalamata tapenade, with gorgonzola crumbles and caramelized walnuts distributed throughout the wrap to ensure an unrivaled explosion of flavor in every bite. CT Daily 11 am-4 pm

XLB

4090 N Williams
XLB easily works if you want to do a feastlike lunch with a large party. But unlike a lot of other restaurants oriented around family-style dining, it scales down. The cold sesame noodles ($11) make for a satisfying single-plate lunch on their own. The thin, flat rice noodles swim in a sesame and mustard sauce, and cucumbers and scallions give the dish the feel of a salad that’s filling without weighing you down. The price tag includes either chicken or tofu, and if you’re attacking it on your own, you’ll likely need a box to go. Also of note are the baozi ($10), steamed buns filled with either mushrooms or pork if you’re looking for something more carb-centric. JS Daily 11 am-3 pm & 5-10 pm

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Gallery 30 South, Pasadena's popular gallery for emerging and internationally renowned artists and pop culture enthusiasts, has announce an extraordinary limited engagement exhibition titled "Pop Sequentialism Ver. 2.0" to open Sunday, July 15, 2018 and run through mid-August.

"Pop Sequentialism Ver. 2.0" is a second take on the first contemporary survey exhibition of published comic book art that took place seven years ago in 2011. The new limited engagement exhibition features rare, first presentation original 3D comic production art from the archives of Ray Zone, a comic book hall-of-fame 3D artist including his collaboration with Will Eisner on "The Spirit" and pages from "Sheena," "Miracleman" and "the Rocketeer." Every piece of art exhibited is unique, published artworks and rare examples of the biggest names in contemporary comics. The exhibition also marks the first appearances of important characters and scenes that were recreated in movies.


Anyone familiar with the world of comics knows that Ray Zone was referred to as the "King of 3-D Comics" and was a pioneer in converting flat images into stereoscopic images particularly in comic books. His art is rarely available and those seeking to collect the most unique and exemplary forms of comic book art scour the world over for pieces like those which will be on exhibit. Zone passed away in 2012.

Highlights of the show include the first appearance of "Bucky" as Captain America; the final page of Ed Brubaker's award-winning run on "Daredevil;" the final page and Sentinel Reveal from Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's first issue of the "New X-Men;" the first appearance of the "Iron Patriot" as seen in the movie "Iron Man 3;" the first appearance of "Skinner Sweet" from Scott Snyder's "American Vampire" and a preliminary cover for "Wolverine: Old Man Logan."

In addition to the exhibition highlights, Gallery 30 South will reveal the "Holy Grail" of comic book art and one that has been accumulating folk hero status for the last few years.

This artwork, a very early Batman preliminary page (1939-1940) is said to be definitive proof that Jerry Robinson co-created the "Joker" and that the clown prince of crime may have originally been part of Robin's origin. This piece has never been displayed in a public setting before. Guests will also have the opportunity to purchase an out-of-print Pop Sequentialism catalog autographed by the curator, Matt Kennedy. Fans can listen to the Pop Sequentialism podcast on iTunes, BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher, and elsewhere.

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Sunday, July 15th 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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EXHIBITION HOURS & DATES

Thursday through Sunday
12 Noon - 6:00 p.m. or by appointment


ABOUT GALLERY 30 SOUTH

Gallery 30 South was launched in February 2017 by La Luz de Jesus Gallery director Matt Kennedy and his wife Ai Honda Kennedy in Pasadena's Green Street Village Landmark District. Since then, they have been joined by a group of International Artists and prominent guest curators from the Norton Simon, LACMA and Bergamot Station. Gallery 30 South represents a broad selection of contemporary artists from emerging names to established international figures showcasing metallurgy, painting, sculpture, installation and new media. The gallery's exhibition program has featured solo presentations by young Los Angeles-based performer and painter Lindsey Way, Jose Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros' controversial remixed Disney paintings, Panik Collective , the first Los Angeles gallery showing of Japanese neo-modernist Shigeru Idei, and Danish motion philosopher Torben Ulrich. The gallery also showcased groundbreaking installations by Dosshaus and Idecline and made international headlines when it presented Frances Bean Cobain's first adult art exhibition which sold out in a single day, and earlier this year the gallery hosted the first exhibition of paintings by Hip-Hop legend Chuck D. of Public Enemy and Prophets of Rage. For more information on Gallery 30 South go to www.gallery30south.com.

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          928 Cahal Ave, Nashville, TN 37206, $479,000 3 beds, 3 baths       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          2501 Flamingo Dr, Nashville, TN 37207, $179,900 4 beds, 1 bath       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          1001 Virginia Ave, Nashville, TN 37216, $259,900 3 beds,       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          301 Demonbreun St #511, Nashville, TN 37201, $399,900 1 bed, 1 bath       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          201 Acklen Park Dr #3, Nashville, TN 37203, $129,900 1 bed, 1 bath       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          1907 Richard Jones Rd, Nashville, TN 37215, $545,000 4 beds, 3 baths       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          301 Demonbreun St #1205, Nashville, TN 37201, $749,000 2 beds, 2 baths       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          184 Antler Ridge Cir, Nashville, TN 37214, $209,900 2 beds, 3 baths       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          410 E Trinity Ln, Nashville, TN 37207, $359,900 3 beds, 3 baths       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          151 Rains Ave, Nashville, TN 37203, $337,000 4 beds,       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          0 Shepard St, Nashville, TN 37210, $85,000       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          1009 Draughon Ave, Nashville, TN 37204, $799,900 4 beds, 4 baths       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          422 W Bend Dr, Nashville, TN 37209, $250,000 2 beds, 1 bath       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          110 Bellevue Rd #12, Nashville, TN 37221, $195,000 3 beds, 2 baths       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          965 Davidson Dr, Nashville, TN 37205, $489,000 3 beds, 2 baths       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Twenty One Pilots will crash-land at Little Caesars Arena this fall      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Airwave "Heathens" Twenty One Pilots announced a massive world tour Wednesday, and they're paying a visit to Little Caesars Arena on Oct. 24.

In support of the duo's upcoming album Trench (due out Oct. 5), "The Bandito Tour" will kick-off in Nashville before trekking across the U.S. followed by dates in the U.K., Europe, and Australia.

Tickets start at $39.50 and go on sale Friday, July 20 at 10 a.m.…
          Trash Boat release music video for new song “Old Soul”, announce tour dates      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
UK-based pop-punk band Trash Boat have released a music video for their new song “Old Soul” and also announced a slew of upcoming summer tour dates. Check out both below. Old Soul comes from their upcoming album Crown Shyness, which is due out July 20th via Hopeless Records. Date City Venue July 10 Nashville, TN Tennessee State […]
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Particularly for public speaking and podcasting. BTC Inc is the world’s leading media group and information source for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology....
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          Allstate Insurance Company.: Regional Account Manager- Allstate Dealer Services - Nashville, Tennessee      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Twenty One Pilots Release Two New Songs, Announce Album and Tour      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Grammy-winning duo Twenty One Pilots have announced their first album in three years, titled Trench, and shared a pair of new tracks, "Jumpsuit" and "Nico and the Niners." The new album arrives October 5 from Fueled By Ramen, and the band has also announced a massive Banditos Tour kicking off October 16 in Nashville. The new singles are remarkably straight-faced…
          New On Our Nashville Spotify Playlist: Rayland Baxter, Young the Giant, Amanda Shires, Wye Oak, Nightly, The Band CAMINO, & More      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache