Good morning, Nashville. Thanks to all who came out to Twestival Nashville last night and showed support for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee. We ate, we drank, we put on a duck costume, we gave away some sweet prizes, and most importantly we raised a pretty good chunk of change for some kids in our community. We’ve got a few more days to adopt, so if you haven’t already, stop over at the Twestival Nashville website for some important instructions on how to participate.
- Way to disappoint. Unfortunately, the Titans didn’t have quite as good a night as we did and lost to the Steelers 13-10 in overtime. Better luck next time, guys.
- Piece of the pie. Metro Schools are getting more than $21 million in state bond proceeds directly from the federal government. Although it’s only about half of what Memphis schools were given, both school systems apparently rank in the top 100 school districts in the country for children living below the poverty level.
- Bits & pieces. NES and Metro being sued for racial discrimination by twenty employees and past applicants … A section of I-440W will be closing again this weekend … Former Belmont President Herbert Gabhart passed away yesterday at age 95.
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