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  • May 26 - Jun 1, 2011
  • Vol. 1, No. 1161


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  • Measuring Frankly
  • Viewpoint
  • Measuring Frankly

    The fuss over social issues in the Tennessee General Assembly may have obscured some real ends.
  • Letter from the Editor
  • Letter from the Editor

    On the way to work this morning, I listened to "Les Brers in A Minor" by the Allman Brothers. It's from the album Eat a Peach, and it's the perfect length for my 10-minute commute. My mind can wander around while Duane Allman and Dickie Betts noodle their way through the song ...




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    Wally Joe’s ACRE opening soon; Kelly English’s next step: a St. Louis steakhouse.


Special Sections

  • Guelel Kumba and Afrisssippi
  • Daily Photo
  • Guelel Kumba and Afrisssippi

    Tonight's free performance at the Levitt Shell will now feature Guelel Kumba and Afrissippi. Kumba is a Fulani musician from Senegal and replaces the originally scheduled Yoro Ndiaya.

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