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Caving In
Environmentalists are up in arms because the state is about to allow a sewage treatment plant to discharge waste into a pristine cave near Fall Creek Falls State Park. [03-13-00]
— Liz Murray Garrigan, NASHVILLE SCENE

Changing of the Guard
Vandy's new chancellor draws criticism for his quick departure from his last job. [02-14-00]
— Dana Pride, NASHVILLE SCENE

On Death Row
As executions approach, it's a state of high anxiety. [10-04-99]
— Jeff Woods, NASHVILLE SCENE

Gore Rebounding
Our Al Gore Index shows the veep is bouncing back in the 2000 race. [09-27-99]
— Phil Ashford, NASHVILLE SCENE

Cat Research Stirs Controversy
Vanderbilt research with felines angers animal rights activists. [09-27-99]
— Matt Pulle, NASHVILLE SCENE

Living Room
Nashville's newest public housing developments are like Pleasantvilles for the poor. [09-20-99]
— Christine Kreyling, NASHVILLE SCENE

Deacon Blues
What to do with a wild bear cub who doesn't know he's wild? [09-20-99]
— Matt Pulle, NASHVILLE SCENE

Of Golf and Justice
Kenneth Starr's investigation of the Clintons reaches Nashville. [06-21-99]
— Willy Stern, NASHVILLE SCENE

The Politics of Sprawl
Why some people like the 'burbs. [06-14-99]
— Phil Ashford, NASHVILLE SCENE

NYPD Blues
Rudolph the red-faced lawman had a very shiny crime plan in New York -- what happened? [05-03-99]
— Phil Ashford, NASHVILLE SCENE

Presidential Priority?
Air Force One pulls rank over a LifeFlight helicopter and the heart patient inside. [10-19-98]
— Phil Williams, NASHVILLE SCENE

Old Red Eyes is Back
Michael Sims on the day of the locust. [06-01-98]
— Michael Sims, NASHVILLE SCENE

Non-Working Stiff
If you've never been unemployed, I highly recommend it. [04-20-98]
NASHVILLE SCENE

What Matters Most
A fantasy game of golf with Stud Americanus, Bill Clinton. [02-09-98]
— Bruce Dobie, NASHVILLE SCENE

Rethinking Republicanism
Now that the New Paradigm's a washout, what's the GOP thinking on the national front? [12-15-97]
— Daniel Casse, NASHVILLE SCENE

Against the Bias
Liberal racism at play in Nashville. [09-15-97]
— Liz Murray Garrigan, NASHVILLE SCENE

Unforced Integration
The planning of Torontošs thriving inner city should be an example for Nashville. [07-08-97]
— Christine Kreyling, NASHVILLE SCENE

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