Protesting is becoming a way of life in Ohio and in July the second largest international press corps, (second to 2016 Rio Olympics) will congregate at the Quicken Loans Arena with 2470 delegates to decide the Republican presidential candidate.
And just weeks after the convention concludes, Oberlin ... READ MORE »»
The win extended the season-long winning streak to nine games for the Sounds who have won 16 of their last 17 games. It also pushed Nashville’s American South Division lead to 3.5 games over the Express. READ MORE »»
The Bobcat Beat has put together a list of places to visit Monday, Memorial Day, and if not on this typical day of remembrance, we challenge you to visit our list of important Tennessee state and national landmarks before Independence Day to better understand our history and how it relates... READ MORE »»
On any given night, 47,725 veterans are homeless in the United States according the US Department of Veterans Affairs. Read how Operation Stand Down Tennessee provides services for our most forgotten homeless. READ MORE »»
The Bobcat Beat has written 5 articles to date that suggest smart destinations to Young Nashvillian to spend the day with friends and family. Destinations that, perhaps, aren't on the typical touristy brochure slotted in every hotel-motel lobby stand directing the masses to spend their tourism d... READ MORE »»
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The Bobcat Beat Media Department is pleased to announce it is now available on the very popular iOS Apple News Store APP found on every single iOS operating system. Becoming a member of the Apple News App and the iOS iPhone App system is ... READ MORE »»
The 2016 elections can be described as ongoing cycle of absurd drama not unlike the life of a teenager.
The escalating rhetoric of "keep them away from me" by "building a wall" to keep those we don't understand out of our friend group makes the Bobcat Beat think of how everyone acte... READ MORE »»
Nashville, Tenn. — Newly elected Mayor Megan Barry wastes no time addressing the need for affordable housing in Nashville. As a component of her Housing Priorities Plan, she will focus on the need ... Read More »
“Not only will people see different things, they will begin to see things differently. And how do we, with our experiences and our shared experiences get a bigger world view and I think that world view helps us to be better citizens just not of our country but of each other.” - Ms. Robinson, International Day Coordinator
All around the Lady Eagles as the seconds ticked off at Murphy Center, chants of "Metro Boomin, Metri Boomin'!" and "East Out! East Out!" mixed in with the general cheers and screams of elation that surrounded the East Nashville Lady Eagles ... Read More »
Yesterday, May 4th, Overton’s softball team celebrated their seniors during senior night. Although the weather wasn’t being very cooperative, the team came together as soon as the sun came out to get the field ready for an awesome ball game. The girls trumped over Glencliff with 20-4 as the final... Read More »
Many teens especially high schoolers have irregular sleep schedules throughout the week. It can be difficult for us to balance school, work and having fun at the same time.
We can all agree we don't get enough sleep to function correctly the next day, but we still manage to get through. So, here are ... Read More »
The Bobcat Beat has explored over the past semester many of the themes that make a city great.
We've explored diverse cultures and foods, economic growth, interesting neighborhoods, festivals; we've looked deeper into iconic Nashville events such as the Music City Bowl, and ... Read More »
Like many team sports, baseball is a game that consists of two teams.
In high school, teams play only 7 innings, unless a team is leading by 10 or more after the 5th inning. An inning is where each team gets up to bat. The Away team always bats first and the home team gets the opportunity to bat... Read More »
East Nashville State Basketball 2016 Lady Eagles invited the Nashville community, alumni and donors who have supported Metro Nashville Public Schools to join the administration, faculty, coaches, team and staff to celebrate the commemoration of the new state gym championship picture and to participate in the bestowing of jackets and rings.