Happy Hour: Inside, Outside, Upside Down

  • We can’t have wine in our grocery stores, but our elected officials with whom we entrust all of our important decisions will make sure we can have fish in our barbershops, dadgum it. We don’t really know where to begin with this one. Or where to end. We are just so concerned about the state of things, right now. [WTVF]
  • A Robertson County man is in court for allegedly mooning, or baring his entire bottom, to a bus full of schoolchildren who cannot unsee this type of thing. [WSMV]
  • We were sad to hear the news that WKRN’s Brad Schmitt racked up his second DUI over the weekend and was promptly canned by the station, so MusicCityTV.com is no more. Don’t drink and drive, folks. [City Paper]
  • There is a bit of a catfight happening between Metro Councilman Michael Craddock and the guy he’s challenging for the elected seat of criminal court clerk, wherein Councilman Craddock is being accused of owing about $34K in taxes to the IRS. Councilman Craddock says that this is absolutely not true. [Tennessean]
  • That lawsuit over A&E’s use of a “Rocky Top” clip has been settled. Whew. [WSMV]

Photo by Mark in Nashville.