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Michael W. Smith plays a drive-in concert in Franklin, prays for a country 'in trouble'

Christian music mainstay MIchael W. Smith provided the Nashville area with its first major "drive-In" concert on Saturday.          [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
Tags: Religion, Nashville, Franklin, Michael W Smith, Nashville Tennessean


Barkeeper*innen verraten die besten Cocktail-Rezepte für zu Hause

Letzten Monat eroberte der Kingsmen-Schauspieler Stanley Tucci mit nur einem einzigen Video das Internet im Sturm. Dabei zeigte er in dem viralen Hit nur, wie er sich zu Hause einen leckeren Negroni zubereitete. Sicher, für den Hype des Videos sorgte teilweise auch der große Bizeps des Schauspielers, auf den wir einen richtig guten Blick werfen konnte, während er die Zutaten im Shaker zusammen mixte. Und auch seine sanftmütige Stimme riss uns wieder mal ins seinen Bann. Aber ich glaube, der Haup...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Elvie, California, Los Angeles, Spain, Palo Alto, Chile, Paris, Korea, Peru, Dallas, Nashville, Santa Fe, Stanley Tucci


THW 2020 Mock NHL Draft Rounds 3-7: Our Armchair GMs Make Their Picks

This all started with The Hockey Writers’ writers coming together to mock draft Round 1 of the 2020 NHL Draft. For writers and readers, it wasn’t enough. We decided to do a Round 2 as well. Once again, it wasn’t enough. Related: 2020 NHL Draft Guide So, we decided to do a full-blown, seven-round mock draft. Rounds 1 and 2 include comments from the writers that drafted that player and my take on their selections. For Rounds 3-7, we just have them in a list as you’ll see below, fol...
Tags: NHL Entry Draft, Prospects, 2020 NHL Draft, 2020 NHL Mock Draft, Eemil Viro, Sean Farrell, Top Story


Today in Hockey History: May 29

May 29 has proven to be a very eventful date in the history of the National Hockey League. The greatest player to ever play shattering the dreams of one the Original Six franchises was just one of many Stanley Cup playoff moments to occur on this date. The Great One Breaks Hearts in Toronto The 1993 Campbell Conference Final between the Los Angeles Kings and Toronto Maple Leafs was one of the most memorable playoff series of the decade. The seven-game series had a little bit of everythin...
Tags: Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Canada, Kings, Rangers, Lightning, Nashville, Ohio, Roy, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Detroit


Freshloafers in Alabama and Tennessee with a Nutrimill or Similar

Freshloafers in Alabama and Tennessee with a Nutrimill or Similar Submitted by G-Regular on May 28, 2020 - 8:18pm. Hey guys,I'm a new baker and first time Nutrimill Classic owner.  I bought mine used.  It produces flour that gives off an interesting and slightly concerning smell.  (I recognize that this is all new for me.)  I posted a little over a week ago asking about it.  I was advised to pass some white rice through it and hopefully that would solve the issue.  I have put 10 pou...
Tags: Alabama, Tennessee, Nashville, Baking, Florence, Chattanooga, Birmingham Al, Huntsville


Douglas Corner Cafe, a Nashville songwriters haven, is closing permanently

Douglas Corner Cafe — a Nashville songwriters haven for 33 years — is closing its doors permanently.          [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
Tags: Religion, Nashville, Nashville Tennessean, Douglas Corner Cafe


What could the future of live music look like in Nashville? It may be too soon to tell

"Right now, the priority is just the health of the community," one venue manager said.          [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
Tags: Religion, Nashville, Nashville Tennessean


'Focused on the things we can do': Nashville musicians corner creativity during COVID-19

From Americana songwriter Drew Holcomb to Christian act for KING & COUNTRY, musicians in Nashville discuss ways to create with social distance.          [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
Tags: Religion, Nashville, Nashville Tennessean, Drew Holcomb


'Nashville Needs a Song,' and you can vote for your favorite

The city launched a songwriting contest, in search of a song that would "help inspire and uplift" citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic.          [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
Tags: Religion, Nashville, Nashville Tennessean


Real Estate Podcast: Financial Considerations for You and Your Clients

Today’s real estate podcast is from NAR’s Center for REALTOR® Development. Even though financial experts don’t agree on where we’re headed economically, there are still principles that can help you improve your financial situation in any market. Ryan Bokros joins Monica Neubauer to talk about some of practical principles that you can start applying today. They cover expenses, savings, lending, the current market climate, and what you can do now to make sure you come out of this time successfu...
Tags: Podcast, Real Estate, Radio, Nashville, NAR, Real Estate Podcasts, Monica Neubauer, Ryan Bokros


Florida country music artist Gavin Lee looking to make it big in Nashville

If you know of any Florida musicians we should consider profiling, email their names and contact information to [email protected]          [Author: Naples Daily News]
Tags: Florida, Religion, Nashville, Naples Daily News, Gavin Lee


2020 NHL Draft: Reviewing First Round Mock Scenarios for Teams

The mocking is done — at least for the first round. Now it’s on to the real challenge — my annual seven-round mocks. But, first, let’s review the first round to determine a consensus of sorts based on the 10 scenarios presented in this mock series. There's no hockey being played so our Prospect & NHL Draft experts are focusing on what comes next. Check out the latest profiles and features in our 2020 NHL Draft Guide https://t.co/xVdNH9l1TQ #THW #NHL #NHLDraft #2020NHLDraft— The Hock...
Tags: Florida, Sweden, Minnesota, Colorado, Washington, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Sport, Canada, New Jersey, Blues, Rangers, Dallas, Nashville, Ncaa, San Jose


Top 10 NHL Jerseys Discussion Nourishes ‘Social Closeness-ing’

Social distancing, huh? That’s a good one… and nothing new. As a young boy and teenager, our family lost our dad and my sister. Then, in the blink of an eye, the rest of my brothers and sisters were out of the house, doing grown-up things. I also said goodbye to friends who moved away. But on the fortunate side, I developed life-long friends who I consider brothers and sisters to this day. And here I sit in Hawaii (6,000 miles away from where I grew up in Marlboro, Mass., my very own socia...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Colorado, Navy, Washington, Wikipedia, Germany, Boston, Massachusetts, Toronto, San Francisco, Sport, Noah, Chicago, Dave, Hawaii


Morgan Wallen apologizes after arrest for public intoxication: 'We didn't mean any harm'

Country singer Morgan Wallen apologized after his public intoxication arrest, saying he was "horse-playing" with friends at Kid Rock's Nashville bar.         [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
Tags: News, Nashville, Nashville Tennessean, Kid Rock, Morgan Wallen


NHL Announces 24-Team Playoff Format

The NHL has officially announced the format for the 2019-20 postseason. There have been reports about the way the league would handle a playoff situation but NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced the league’s official plans Tuesday in a televised press conference. First and foremost, Bettman emphasized the health and safety of the players and their families. He’d also break down the plans for the NHL’s return in phases. Phase 2, as mentioned by Bettman, would take place in early June an...
Tags: News, Toronto, Sport, Nashville, Philadelphia, Vancouver, Ed, Hockey, NHL, Calgary, Edmonton, Pittsburgh, Dallas Stars, Robin, Eastern Conference, Gary Bettman


Katy Kirby – “Tap Twice”

The Nashville-based musician Katy Kirby has a handful of songs up on Bandcamp, one of them being "Tap Twice," which originally appeared on an EP a couple years ago but has been re-recorded for a new version that's out today. More »
Tags: Music, Nashville, Katy Kirby


This Week on Shooting USA – The President’s 100

The President’s 100 Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)-  It is the premier match of the Camp Perry Nationals, the President’s 100, with more than a thousand rifle shooters on the line. Shooting to be one of 100 best is the goal that awards the President’s 100 tab for service members and can lead to the shoot-off to find the year’s top rifleman at 200, 300, and 600 yards. Plus, the history of the M1 Garand that won WW II and continues in competition more than 80 years after adoption by the US Army....
Tags: Usa, Guns, US, Canada, Nashville, US Army, Jim, Competitive Shooting News, M1 Garand, IDPA, Shooting USA, Jim Scoutten America, About Shooting USA, USA AIR TIMES, Sportsman Canada Channel, Outdoor Channel Shooting USA


With reopenings, might coming months bring big crime spike (and will modest jail and prison releases be blamed)?

The question in the title of this post is my pessimistic first thought in response to this optimistic New York Times article headlined "A Pandemic Bright Spot: In Many Places, Less Crime." Here are excerpts from the lengthy piece: The absence of people during the coronavirus pandemic has produced a rare payoff in Fargo and most American cities — a steep drop in major crimes.  “The dynamics of street crimes, of street encounters, of human behavior are changing because people are staying home,” s...
Tags: Law, New York City, US, America, Chicago, New York Times, Nashville, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Bronx, Fargo, Baltimore, Herrmann, Northwestern University, Cook County, Strip


Columbus Blue Jackets: Put Some Respect on That Name

Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane, shall we? The date was May 6, 2019. Despite giving the Boston Bruins all they could handle in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Columbus Blue Jackets eventually lost Game 6 by a 3-0 score to send them into a whirlwind of an offseason. The question everyone wanted to know was what would the Blue Jackets look like at the start of the 2019-20 season? Would any of their big-name free agents come back? If they could somehow keep the band...
Tags: Florida, New York City, Time, Sport, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, Cleveland, Columbus, Commentary, Florida Panthers, Boston Bruins, Bruce Bennett Getty, Columbus Blue Jackets, Sergei Bobrovsky, Pittsburgh Penguins


Senators Draft Busts: Brian Lee

The Ottawa Senators have had many great draft picks over their history. In comparison to other franchises, the Sens have actually drafted quite well. With all those great picks, there are a few busts mixed into the fold. One of those busts is defenseman Brian Lee. Brian Lee was considered to be one of the best defensemen of the draft in 2005 (Photo by Andre Ringuette/NHLI via Getty Images) Going into the 2005 NHL Draft, the 2004-05 season had been wiped out due to the lockout, so th...
Tags: Minnesota, Sport, North Dakota, Nashville, Ncaa, Associated Press, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Syracuse, Tampa, Tampa Bay Lightning, Ottawa, Lee, Ottawa Senators, Dave Hakstol


Country star Morgan Wallen arrested for public intoxication after being kicked out of Kid Rock's bar

Country singer Morgan Wallen apologized after his public intoxication arrest, saying he was "horse-playing" with friends at Kid Rock's Nashville bar.          [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
Tags: Religion, Nashville, Nashville Tennessean, Kid Rock, Morgan Wallen


Top 10 NHL Lines

The Three Musketeers. David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash. The Marx Brothers. History is filled with trios that are simply great together. And that’s definitely true in the NHL. Hockey lines have been labeled as far back as the 1920s when Bun Cook, Frank Boucher and Bill Cook formed the Rangers’ A-Line which was the train line that ran right underneath their home rink, Madison Square Garden. The naming of lines had its heyday in the 1950s and 60s but has since waned; one ...
Tags: Washington, Sport, Chicago, Wings, Canada, Rangers, Clarke, Nashville, Philadelphia, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, Buffalo, Hockey, NHL, Jackson, Montreal


NHL Rumors: Red Wings, Canucks, Oilers, Lightning, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the Detroit Red Wings and who they might be targeting in free agency. In Vancouver, the Canucks might be making big blue line changes. In Edmonton, the rumored trade with the New York Rangers and Oilers isn’t necessarily a slam dunk and in Tampa, why the Lightning voted “no” to the 24-team playoff format is revealed. Red Wings List of Possible Free Agency Targets Detroit News’ Ted Kulfan listed a number of proposed forward options for the R...
Tags: Florida, Colorado, Sport, Wings, Rangers, Nashville, Vancouver, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Edmonton, Tampa, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, Michael Russo, Andersson


Skilled Freelancers in the Top U.S. Cities Brought In $150 Billion in Earnings in 2019

How good was it for skilled freelancers in 2019 when it comes to earnings in the top U.S. cities? According to the Fiverr 2020 Annual Freelance Economic Impact Report, they brought in $150 billion in revenue in 2019. This report comes as COVID-19 dramatically increased the number of remote workers in the U.S., making remote work the norm for tens of millions of Americans. And this is a very important point to consider moving forward after the pandemic. A point Micha Kaufman, CEO and Cofounder o...
Tags: Washington, New York City, Sales, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, Miami, Nashville, Las Vegas, Fiverr, Micha Kaufman, Kaufman, U S Census Bureau, Rockbridge Associates, Small Business News, Rockbridge


New Imperial College Research Estimates Coronavirus Still Spreading Uncontrolled in 24 US States (slashdot)

New research from Imperial College London suggests the coronavirus "may still be spreading at epidemic rates" in 24 different states in America, reports the Washington Post: Some states have had little viral spread or "crushed the curve" to a great degree and have some wiggle room to reopen their economies without generating a new epidemic-level surge in cases. Others are nowhere near containing the virus. The model, which has not been peer reviewed, shows that in the majority of states, a sec...
Tags: Texas, News, Maryland, Washington, America, Tennessee, Nashville, Memphis, Imperial College London, Vanderbilt University, US States, EditorDavid, David Aronoff, New Imperial College Research, Samir Bhatt, Imperial College The Imperial College


A Return to Play: How the Maple Leafs Stack Up Against the Blue Jackets

Toronto Maple Leafs hockey fans, there’s news. The NHL has proposed a 24-team “bracketed” playoff structure to the players and teams. And, if all the issues can be worked out, the plan will eventually lead to the NHL awarding a Stanley Cup. Although a variety of details and approvals must be ironed out, on May 22 the players association voted to give a green light for continued talks. In short, they agreed the plan was workable. Related: Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Crazy Ideas, Pietrangelo...
Tags: Florida, Minnesota, Toronto, Sport, Chicago, Arizona, Dallas, Nashville, Ncaa, Ohio, Hockey, NHL, Columbus, Calgary, Edmonton, Tampa Bay Lightning


How the Predators Would Be Affected By the 24-Team Playoff Proposal

We want hockey! Now, there may be arguments of how soon we want it to return. But the bottom line is, we all want to see the sport make a comeback at some point. Well, according to multiple sources, including TSN and Sportsnet, we could be inching closer. There is a proposal for a 24-team playoff, which would allow for the Stanley Cup to be awarded this season. Elliotte Friedman reports that this latest idea is gaining traction. Friedman Breaks Down Potential 24-Team NHL Playoff...
Tags: US, NFL, Sport, Glendale, Tennessee, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, Chicago Blackhawks, Baltimore Ravens, Montreal Canadiens, TSN, Jakob Chychrun, Nashville Predators, Coyotes, Arizona Coyotes


New Imperial College Research Estimates Coronavirus Still Spreading Uncontrolled in 24 US States

New research from Imperial College London suggests the coronavirus "may still be spreading at epidemic rates" in 24 different states in America, reports the Washington Post: Some states have had little viral spread or "crushed the curve" to a great degree and have some wiggle room to reopen their economies without generating a new epidemic-level surge in cases. Others are nowhere near containing the virus. The model, which has not been peer reviewed, shows that in the majority of states, a sec...
Tags: Texas, Maryland, Washington, America, Tech, Tennessee, Nashville, Memphis, Imperial College London, Vanderbilt University, US States, David Aronoff, New Imperial College Research, Samir Bhatt, Imperial College The Imperial College


Flyers May Have Won It All With Ryan Kesler

The Philadelphia Flyers once broke one of hockey’s unwritten rules, and almost landed a future NHL star in the process. In 2006, the Flyers signed Ryan Kesler to an offer sheet. At the time, the 22-year-old Kesler was coming off his first full NHL season and was one of the Vancouver Canucks’ prized prospects. As the Canucks were dangerously close to the $44 million salary cap, the Flyers and General Manager Bobby Clarke saw an opportunity to swoop in on Kesler. Though he surely caused frictio...
Tags: Sport, Clarke, Nashville, Philadelphia, Vancouver, Hockey, NHL, Chicago Blackhawks, Anaheim Ducks, Boston Bruins, Philly, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Washington Capitals, Gary Bettman, Vancouver Canucks


Blue Jackets Can Expect Reinforcements When NHL Season Resumes

When the 2019-20 season kicked off in October, many across the NHL landscape didn’t think much of the Columbus Blue Jackets. In fact, some experts wrote them off as a potential playoff team. After shocking the hockey world last spring with their four-game sweep of the Presidents’ Trophy-winning, Tampa Bay Lightning, the Jackets were the victims of key departures in the offseason. Talented forwards such as Artemi Panarin, Matt Duchene, and Ryan Dzingel left via free agency while star goaltender, ...
Tags: Florida, New York, Sport, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, Columbus, Jones, Anderson, Columbus Blue Jackets, Sergei Bobrovsky, Metropolitan Division, John Tortorella, COLUMBUS Ohio, Seth Jones, Blue Jackets