Good morning, Nashville. Because we just love you guys so much here at Nashvillest, we’re going to continue our annual tradition of being the one place on the internet that isn’t foolin’ around on this fine first day of April (and it is fine, isn’t it?) (and clearly, some of our friends don’t love you as much as we do). At any rate, in the strangest instance of non-foolery, we have learned that Metro is finally hopping onto the social networking bandwagon and now has a Facebook fan page. But dear City Paper, we never want to read the words “saucy spring break pictures of Mayor Karl Dean” ever again.
- Crickets. You guys. Crickets. The students at Ravenwood High School in Brentwood had their April Fools Day fun a day early–by letting thousands of crickets out into the hallways of the school at approximately 6am yesterday morning.
- Free MBAs for vets. Lipscomb University is offering free tuition, books and fees to any military veterans seeking an MBA who are eligible through the Yellow Ribbon program.
- Bits & pieces. Watch out for that H1N1! It isn’t over yet … A creeper in Cool Springs flashed a jogger on Cool Springs Blvd. today … Economists are predicting that Nashville will bounce back from the recession just fine … This makes us feel safe, right?
Photo by Phillip Riggins.
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