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For Nashville developer Aerial, the sky’s the limit

tennessean.com — Most 26-year-olds are still trying to figure out their life's calling. Not Britnie Turner, who has built Aerial Development Group from a startup during the Great Recession to rehab homes into one of Nashville's largest infill developers.
Nov 21, 2014

For Nashville developer Aerial, the sky’s the limit tnne.ws/1qK0ICb via @tennessean

Vanderbilt rape case attorney suspended

tennessean.com — A defense attorney in the Vanderbilt rape case has received an 18-month suspension from practicing law, according to the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee. Herbison will serve the first 60 days on active suspension and the remaining 16 months on probation.
Nov 21, 2014

Vanderbilt rape case attorney suspended from practicing law for 18 months tennessean.com/story/news/loc…

Nov 21, 2014

A full update on attorney suspension in Vandy rape case tnne.ws/1qGmLd3 via @tennessean #vandy #vandytrial #nashville

Nov 21, 2014

Vanderbilt rape case attorney suspended tnne.ws/1qGmLd3 via @tennessean #nashville

Antioch shopping center sold for $18M

tennessean.com — A Crossville, Tenn., real estate investor has paid $18.28 million for the Publix-anchored Mt. View Marketplace shopping center at Murfreesboro Pike and Mt. View Road in Antioch. The acquisition is the first in Nashville for Grindstaff Property Management LLC, which also owns more than 500 apartment units statewide and two other grocery-anchored shopping centers in Tennessee and Georgia.
Nov 21, 2014

Antioch shopping center sold for $18M tnne.ws/1qJs8bt via @tennessean

Saturday’s regional college football games

tennessean.com — When: 4 p.m. Outlook: Since beating Tennessee Tech 38-31 in the last game in 2012, Austin Peay has lost 22 of its past 23 games. The Governors snapped an 18-game losing streak by beating Murray State (20-13) on Oct. 18 but have lost their last four.

100-year-old woman sees the ocean for the 1st time

tennessean.com — Ruby Holt, a 100-year-old Tennessee native, walks on the beach for the first time in her life Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014, in Orange Beach, Ala. The Brookdale Senior Living and Wish of a Lifetime organizations both provide Holt a wish of her choice. She chose to see the ocean for the first time.

WR Kendall Wright wants to do more for Titans

tennessean.com — The Titans receiver is well aware of that fact. "Way down,'' Wright said. "But I'm just trying to be patient, because there is nothing I can do about it, really." Wright, in his third NFL season, isn't a complainer.

100-year-old Tennessee woman sees the ocean for 1st time

tennessean.com — Ruby Holt spent most of her 100 years on a farm in rural Tennessee, picking cotton and raising four children. She never had the time or money to go to a beach. That changed this month, just a few weeks shy of Holt's 101st birthday.

Can Titans bring Eagles offense down to earth?

tennessean.com — When Titans defenders take the field Sunday, they'll face a challenge unlike any they've encountered this season. The Eagles field an offense that is the gridiron equivalent of extreme fast-break basketball, a scheme that seeks to maximize the number of plays, exhaust and confuse the opponent, and ultimately ring up plenty of points.

Titans TE Delanie Walker cleared to return to action

tennessean.com — Titans tight end Delanie Walker passed his final concussion tests and has been cleared by doctors to return to action. Walker is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Eagles. He sat out Monday night's game against the Steelers after suffering a concussion on November 9.
Nov 21, 2014

#Titans TE Delanie Walker cleared to return to action. Plus, other injury news tnne.ws/1uO4sT7

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Lone Star Funds buys two area Hyatt Place hotels for $38M

tennessean.com — Dallas-based Lone Star Funds completed buying a pair of Nashville area Hyatt Place hotels for $38 million. The investment manager paid $19.6 million for the 123-room Hyatt Place Nashville/Opryland hotel at 220 Rudy's Circle across from Nashville's Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.
Nov 21, 2014

Lone Star Funds buys two area Hyatt Place hotels for $38M tnne.ws/1qHopuQ via @tennessean

Nashville insurance broker killed in Caribbean

tennessean.com — Edward Netherland moved to the U.S. Virgin Islands to get away, his landlord said, to leave stress behind. Tuesday morning it found him. Netherland, a Nashville-based insurance executive, was found dead in his secluded rental home on the island of St. John in the U.S.
Nov 21, 2014

What we know so far on this one: Nashville insurance broker Ed Netherland killed in Caribbean tnne.ws/1vuEbdO via @tennessean

Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce NEXT Awards winners

tennessean.com — The NEXT Awards, hosted by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, honor Nashville's fast-growing, innovative companies and leading entrepreneurs. More than 50 companies and 10 individuals were named as finalists in five sectors.
Nov 21, 2014

Check out the big winners in the @nashchamber NEXT Awards, which honor the most innovative businesses in #Nashville | ow.ly/EEPB3

Brussels sprouts for Thanksgiving? TN doesn't think so

tennessean.com — What the what? The venerable New York Times put together a beautiful and interesting feature for their food section titled " The United States of Thanksgiving," offering recipes that "evoke each of the 50 states." Nice idea, and it's certainly fun to armchair travel across this great and varied country of ours and admire the regional specialties.

Nashville immigrants cheer Obama plan

tennessean.com — As President Barack Obama signed off his national telecast on immigration Thursday evening, it was greeted by applause and a few cheers by an audience of about 200 gathered in an Antioch mall.

Little Big Town singer forgives drunken driver who killed relative

tennessean.com — Can you imagine? Each Thanksgiving, Kimberly Schlapman and her husband, Stephen, jammed 16 or more relatives into their Brentwood home. And Kimberly, the blond one in Little Big Town, just loved every moment of the long weekend - the chaos, the huge meals, kids running around, the sound of light (and heavy) snoring from every bedroom and every couch.

Titans need answers to these questions down the stretch

tennessean.com — Ten games into the season, the Titans are anything but a perfect 10. With six games remaining, and a 2-8 record, they have at least four goals: *Finish strong. *Identify which players should have starring roles in 2015. *Find out which players won't be in their plans. *Avoid injuries.

Nashville named one of hottest cities for 2015

Nov 20, 2014

After exploring today, I believe it. "Nashville named one of hottest cities in 2015" tnne.ws/1t8sDaa via @tennessean @jentoddwrites

Nashville insurance broker found dead in Caribbean

tennessean.com — Edward Netherland, a Nashville-based insurance executive, was found dead Tuesday morning in his secluded rental home on the island of St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands, according to his landlord there. The landlord said Netherland was found by his housekeeper. He said Netherland enjoyed the islands because it was a place where he could get away.
Nov 20, 2014

Digging into background on this one: Nashville insurance broker Ed Netherland found dead in Caribbean tnne.ws/1t8GjlI via @tennessean