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  • Jun 3-9, 2010
  • Vol. 1, No. 1110


  • 4 for the 8th

    Snapshots from the race for an open congressional seat in Tennessee's 8th district.
  • John Wooden (1910 – 2010)

    Five months shy of his 100th birthday, John Wooden died in Los Angeles on Friday. The coach of 10 national champions -- over a 12-year period, mind you -- at UCLA, Wooden embodied class, grace, and perspective in a sports world that tends to lose its grip on all three.

    Frank Murtaugh remembers Wooden -- who coached UCLA in 1973 when they faced the Tigers during the championships -- in From My Seat.

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  • Infant Mortality, Civil Rights Museum Funds Survive in State Budget Deal

    House approval expected Friday as General Assembly prepares to close out austerity-minded session.

    UPDATE: House approves budget 94-0. Line of the day: Rep. Mike Turner (D- Nashville), answering request for a definition of inequality from Rep. Stacey Campfield (R-Knoxville). "I'm tall and good-looking, and you're not," was Turner's answer.


  • Letter from the Editor

    If you've seen any of the Republicans' ads, you've seen them all. Each candidate is running on a platform of repealing health-care reform, balancing the budget, cutting taxes, and generally standing up to the GOP's designated bogeywoman, the evil House speaker, Nancy Pelosi ...


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    A dish, with local ingredients, that brings it home.


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