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Things are pretty quiet on Friday — go out and support local musicians! — but plenty is happening on the Music City prog front Saturday and Sunday. And don’t forget: If you want to vote early for the 2015 Metro Nashville election, you’ve got until Saturday. On to the weekend’s events…

This weekend promises a lot of food for thought for cerebral and intellectual liberals and progressives in Music City. Take some time out over the next couple of days and put your grey matter to work. You’ll also see an opportunity to help out a local socialist radio project. Make a difference.

Wednesday will be another hot one in Music City. Take your mind off the swelter and focus on one or more of the happenings taking place in Nashville.

The 2015 Metro General Election is Aug. 6, but if you can’t wait to cast your ballot for Nashville mayor, vice mayor, and council, you can vote starting today and on through Aug. 11. Get all the details on early voting and on the Metro Nashville and Davidson County candidates and charter amendments on the […]

What a busy weekend we have on tap! From smart shopping and activism to art and education, there is a bevy of activities for those with a progressive bent. Early voting is on for Saturday too. Be sure to hydrate, and get out of the house.

Early voting in the 2015 Metro Nashville General Election kicks off Friday, and we will speak to that and present details Friday morning, but voting is not all that is going on in our fair city.

Progressive mayoral candidate Megan Barry won the nod of Nashville’s daily newspaper. The Tennessean‘s editorial board awarded its endorsement based on the present At-Large Metro Council member’s “experience, ability and ideas.” Nashville needs a mayor who will champion and boost this booming city’s prosperity. This person must solve critical problems regarding transit, public education, affordable housing […]

There will be a lot of diverse, thoughtful activity in Music City on Thursday. Most television is garbage: Get out of the house, expand your mind, interface with likeminded souls, and help change the world.

A massive downpour over East Park could not dampen the spirits or fortitude of Nashvillians craving their Independence Day hot chicken.

It’s easy to forget if you’re sipping a latte in Nashville’s Crema or parambulating about the West End and Vanderbilt University, but Tennessee is a very, very red state. We received an ugly, painful reminder of that fact this week.

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