Bright & (Not So) Early: The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow Edition

Good morning, Nashville. We hate to do the abbreviated thing to you two days in a row, but we promise we’ll be back on top of our game on Monday. A huge thanks to all of you braved the crazy hail to come out to Twestival last night, and an especially huge thanks to our friends at Avenue 9, Bravo Gelato, FiddleCakes and Maxx Productions for making the entire event possible. Now, your abbreviated Bright & Early:

  • Pearl-Cohn High School will soon become Metro’s very first Entertainment Industry Management magnet school. So like, a training ground for Belmont University. [WSMV]
  • The sheriff’s deputy that reached into an inmate’s mouth a few weeks ago and totally ripped out his gold grill was fired. Pictures of the deputy, the inmate and the grill in question (!!!) at the source. [WKRN]
  • Some crazy person ran a guy and his 10-year old daughter off the road yesterday in a road rage incident that appeared to be incited by an Obama bumper sticker. The accident took place on Blair Blvd. near Belmont and no one was injured. [WKRN]
  • A vodka and gin distillery hopes to set up shop in Thompson’s Station after their Leiper’s Fork location fell through. [WSMV]
  • Nashville ranks seventh among cities in the US for the average money spent per household. [WKRN].
  • Nashville area businesses have noticed a spike in business since one Ms. Gwyneth Paltrow heaped so much blog praise upon our fair city, twice. [WTVF]
  • It is supposed to be nice tomorrow! [Nashville WX]

Photo by Steve Cross.

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