Happy Hour: Good Looking Out

  • This year’s marathon is expected to draw another record-breaking crowd of 32,000 runners and 100,000 spectators. [WKRN]
  • As such, we really hope this approaching storm system decides to take its hail and tornadic activity somewhere else. [City Paper]
  • You won’t see Mayor Dean trekking down the half-marathon course this weekend thanks to a knee injury that has him sitting it out. [Tennessean]
  • Rocketown will be picking up and moving a month earlier.  The skatepark, administrative offices and shows happening throughout the month of May will be taking place in other venues nearby. [City Paper]
  • A resolution proposed by Councilman Jim Gotto that would’ve thrown Metro’s support behind the Tennessee Health Freedom Act was voted down this week 9-23 because many folks thought that kind of statement would be inappropriate. [City Paper]
  • We can all sleep a little easier at night knowing that the West End butt-grabber, who terrorized women in Starbucks and Panera a few years ago, was indicted yesterday on three counts of sexual battery. [WSMV].

Photo by hikeandhistory.

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