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Nashville America's No. 3 boom town
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Forbes recently took a look at what the next decade has in store for America's 52-largest cities, and came away with a bright forecast for Nashville. Forbes, in partnership with the Praxis Strategy Group, projects Nashville to be the No. 3 boom town in the coming decade. More

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Vacant bank building in downtown Nashville considered for hotel
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An abandoned 12-story downtown building is expected to be made into a hotel a little faster after Regions Bank agreed to pay Nashville's Industrial Development Board $360,000 to end the city's interest in the site. The building was last occupied four years ago by Union Planters bank, which Regions absorbed in 2004. Two investors are eying up the building as the site for a ritzy hotel, according to board members. More

Nashville International Airport terminal completes makeover
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The Nashville International Airport has completed refurbishment works on its terminal. The project, which started in June 2009, has been executed in two phases. The terminal has been equipped with new food, beverage and retail vendors, a consolidated security checkpoint, new concourse skylights as well as new flight information displays as a result of the first phase, which was completed in January 2009. More

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Building plans: Downtown Tennessee gets new, upscale sports bar
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The former Mulligan's Pub, which closed in late 2010, is being renovated as a sports bar. Benchmark Sports Bar and Grill is targeting an early August opening, according to co-owners Adam Will and Souri Chayavon. Will said the new business will be a true sports bar with a bigger city feel that will be upscale. More

Randy Goodman named co-chair of Nashville Music Council
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Randy Goodman, a veteran of Music Row and former president of Lyric Street Records in Nashville, will serve as co-chairman of the Nashville Music Council with Mayor Karl Dean. Dean's office announced that Goodman will help lead the 60 artists and music industry executives serving on the council. It was founded in 2009 to capitalize on the city's music city brand. More

Nashville among leaders in clean job gains
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Some environmentally conscious industries in middle Tennessee are thriving, giving Nashville one of the fastest-growing green economies in the nation, a new report says. Nashville ranked 11th among the nation's 100 largest metropolitan areas for job growth in green industries, according to the nonprofit Brookings Institution. The report looked at data from 2003 to 2010 and evaluated each state and metropolitan area in the United States on the number of clean jobs, annual wages, growth and other factors. More

Nashville Shakespeare Festival presents 'Romeo and Juliet'    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
The Nashville Shakespeare Festival will perform "Romeo and Juliet," one of the Bard's best-known and most beloved dramas, from Aug. 18 - Sept. 18. The festival's last full production of Romeo and Juliet was in 2003, and the story remains as relevant as ever, said Denice Hicks, the festival's artistic director. More
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