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NCAA basketball could bring big bucks to Music City
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VideoBriefThe NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Bridgestone Arena could bring an economic slam dunk to Nashville's economy. Officials from the Convention and Visitors Bureau estimate the tournament games could bring $1 to $2 million into the city, and expect fans to fill up hotels and restaurants downtown. More




Miranda Lambert eagerly awaits Nashville tour stop
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Tickets for Miranda Lambert's first headlining show at Bridgestone Arena are on sale. Lambert is set to bring her On Fire Tour featuring Chris Young and Jerrod Niemann to the venue May 19. More

Future Nashville green growth will be driven by transit
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The future of sustainable and green growth in Nashville will be fueled by effective mass transportation, according to the local chapter of the Urban Land Institute. The panel stressed the potential Mayor Karl Dean's Connector bus has for spurring growth. More



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Tennessee Titans, Peyton Manning to meet
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The Titans' pursuit of Peyton Manning will continue when coach Mike Munchak and other team representatives are scheduled to meet with the four-time NFL MVP at an undisclosed location. More

Nashville airport looks for local artists
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Local artists looking for a place to display their masterpieces need to look no further than the Nashville airport. Nashville International Airport wants artists with strong Tennessee ties to take part in its "Flying Solo Exhibition" series. These exhibits focus on all things Tennessee. More



Students the stars at new Pearl-Cohn record label
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VideoBriefMarquise Knowles has been counting down the days, knowing a prominent audience soon would join him in the Pearl-Cohn Entertainment High School audio room. Knowles, a junior at Pearl-Cohn, worked a complex Behringer soundboard with ease to present a beat he recently developed. Mayor Karl Dean and John Esposito, the president and CEO of Warner Music Nashville, were on hand to listen. More

Pharmacy Burger Parlor and Beer Garden offers comfort, great burgers
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Old world, old time, made new: At The Pharmacy Burger Parlor and Beer Garden, three dining traditions converge in seamless fashion. Partners Cees Brinkman and the Raley brothers, Terrell and Trent, have transformed a former day care around the corner from their other Nashville restaurant Holland House to embrace the best of this, a diverse yet complementary trio: a turn-of-the-last century American drugstore soda fountain, a German beer hall-beer garden and a Texas Ice House. More

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Nashville hotels notice more grandparents paying for vacations
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VideoBriefAs economic frustrations continue, many parents are seeing a little relief when it comes to family vacations leaving grandparents to often pick up the tab. Nashville's Opryland Hotel is among local hotels noticing the trend. "We've been paying attentions for 10-12 years now," said Jenny Barker, director of public relations for Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. More

Music City Center considers solar panels
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Nashville's new convention center, already set to have a green roof, probably will have a solar one, too. The Convention Center Authority has hired a local consulting firm to explore options for solar panels on top of the Music City Center, the $585 million building under construction. More
   
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