Good morning, Nashville. That magical time of the year we call Football Season is upon us and the Titans kicked it off less-than-awesomely in Seattle on Saturday with a 20-18 loss. But! Chris Johnson seems to be picking up right where he left off last season and VY™ wasn’t looking too shabby either. Next time we see them, they’ll be taking on the Arizona Cardinals at LP Field and hopefully someone has fixed that sinkhole!
- Be nice. It’s orientation time for most of the area colleges for the next week or two, which means we have a whole new crop of Nashvillians to woo with our wonderful city. So if you find a bunch of lost-looking freshmen clogging up the line at your favorite coffee shop, cut ‘em some slack. Welcome to Nashville, kids.
- Pay as you throw. Metro will likely be passing a bill to start charging people who have too much trash to encourage better recycling practices. Under the new law, known as “pay as you throw,” residences that use more than one trash bin would be facing a fine.
- Bits & pieces. An affluent neighborhood off of Granny White is still in pretty bad shape from a flood-related landslide, three months later … Contributor vendors are still raking in the paper sales despite the heat … Opry Mills’ reopening date is still up in the air, though some stores may open long before others … The weather is going to be slightly less hellish today with the possibility of some cooler temperatures toward the end of the week thanks to a potential tropical storm … Memphis is all Elvis’d out today with mourners pouring in from all over to commemorate the 33rd anniversary of his death.
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