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Nashville East’s Sadie Frogge medaled in the 2017 TSSAA Cross Country Championship

Nashville East’s Sadie Frogge medaled  in the 2017 TSSAA Cross Country Championship

Staff

November 5, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Tennessee News

NASHVILLE. Tenn - TSSAA held its Cross Country State Championship Saturday at beautiful, historic Iroquois Steeplechase Course in Nashville. Metro Nashville Public Schools had one medalist, Sadie Frogge who placed 10th in District I, Small Division. Only the top 15 runners of each division medaled. High...

The Great Escape Celebrates 40 Years of Business in an Ever Changing World of Music Technology

The Great Escape Celebrates 40 Years of Business in an Ever Changing World of Music Technology

Callie Mabry, Reporter

November 1, 2017


Filed under Arts, Technology and Book Reviews, Book Review, Music Reviews, Nashville News, Showcase

NASHVILLE, Tenn - On Saturday, September 23rd, the Great Escape located in Madison and on Charlotte in West Nashville had a "free goods day", where they had a big celebration for the stores 40th Anniversary. Hitting forty years of business is a big deal to any company in our fluctuating economy, but i...

Viewfinders unveil Tennessee fall colors for the colorblind

Viewfinders unveil Tennessee fall colors for the colorblind

Associated Press

October 31, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Tennessee News

GATLINBURG, Tenn. (AP) — One of only a few national parks that do not charge an admission fee, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is also the most visited, welcoming more than 10 million travelers annually. The 522,427-acre park is shared by Tennessee and North Carolina with the border runnin...

Fix For Destiny 2’s Prestige Raid Exploit Delayed, But The Raid Will Still Launch Next Week

Fix For Destiny 2’s Prestige Raid Exploit Delayed, But The Raid Will Still Launch Next Week

Edi Opera, Reporter

October 14, 2017


Filed under Lifestyles, News, Showcase, Technology Review, Video

Earlier this week, Bungie, game producer of Destiny 2 , announced that the higher-difficulty version of Destiny 2's Raid was delayed eight days due to an exploit it discovered. The game maker has had issue with its games related to Destiny 2 since its highly anticipated release in September. Desti...

Senate passes legislation clearing the path for driver-less cars

Senate passes legislation clearing the path for driver-less cars

Gideon Torode, Reporter

October 14, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, US News

  LOS ANGELES — On Wednesday, October 4, 2017, the U.S Senate passed a bill that will play a key role in getting self driving cars out on public roads. The bill limits the amount of self driving cars auto-manufacturers can produce per year, and sets basic safety rules. A public roll...

Predators rally, beat Flyers 6-5 winning 4th straight home openers under Laviolette

Predators rally, beat Flyers 6-5 winning 4th straight home openers under Laviolette

October 11, 2017


Filed under Nashville News, Nashville Predators, Showcase

NASHVILLE, Tenn.  — The Western Conference banner went up and the home team returned to the loudest stadium of fans to win in a thrilling finish. Nashville has now won all four home openers under Head Coach Peter Laviolette and have now been victorious in eight of their last 11 home openers overall...

Georgia Tech students response to the police suicide of fellow student, Scout Schultz

Georgia Tech students response to the police suicide of fellow student, Scout Schultz

Olivia Turner-Leftwich, Journalist

October 6, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, US News

ATLANTA - Saturday, September 18, 2017, a fourth year Georgia Tech student, was shot and killed by police Officer Tyler Beck. Scout Schultz was a leader in the LGBTQIA+ community at Georgia Tech and preferred to be referred to through the pronouns "they and them". Shultz was an advocate for othe...

Decades of ENHS alumni return to The Nest as there is no place like home

Decades of ENHS alumni return to The Nest as there is no place like home

Olivia Turner-Leftwich, Journalist

September 24, 2017


Filed under High School Football, Nashville News, News, Showcase

By 5:00 p.m. the excitement was as thick inside Gillespie-Malone House as the heat was outside as dozens of alumni gathered in home of the East Nashville Alumni Association which sits on the campus of East Nashville Magnet High School. The special reason for the gathering Friday, September 22, 2017...

The Burro kick-it scoring 62 points in big Homecoming win Friday

The Burro kick-it scoring 62 points in big Homecoming win Friday

staff reports

September 18, 2017


Filed under High School Football, News, Showcase, Sports, Video

Direct Link to Photo Gallery Hillsboro's 2017 Homecoming began with decorated board game hallways and ended with a day-glow rave that capped a huge win scoring 62 points against Glencliff's 7. The pomp and tradition continued with Executive Principal of HHS, Dr. Pelham crowning Kahlea Russell as Homecom...

“Viva la independencia!” cried Hildago in the “Grito de Delores.’

“Viva la independencia!” cried Hildago in the “Grito de Delores.’

Angel Flores, Reporter

September 17, 2017


Filed under Campus Activities, International News, Showcase, US News

Nearly 300 years ago, one man called for a cry of independence and his issued a command  to his fellow citizens and with this cry, the "Grito de Dolores, or Cry of Dolores,” began the Mexican War of Independence. Independence Day in Mexico is a national holiday celebrated on September 16th eve...

Hillsboro Alumna and DACA recipient speaks out in light of the repeal.

Hillsboro Alumna and DACA recipient speaks out in light of the repeal.

Linh Pham, Assistant Editor

September 11, 2017


Filed under Nashville News, Showcase, Tennessee News, US News

On September 6, 2017, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) was rescinded by  President Donald Trump's administration. President Trump ordered an end to the former President Obama's program that protected young undocumented immigrants from deportation. He urged Congress to pass a replacemen...

Making the world a stage, Nashville Shakespeare Festival returns to Centennial Park

Making the world a stage, Nashville Shakespeare Festival returns to Centennial Park

Remi Mcclendon, reporter

September 3, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Nashville News, Showcase

The Nashville Shakespeare Festival in the Park is back in Centennial Park providing creative theater  production throughout September on Thursdays through Sundays, weather permitting. This year the live play productions of Antony and Cleopatra and A Winter's Tale, two plays with strong contrasting s...

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