Happy Hour: Around And Around We Go

  • A judge rejected Fisk University’s ongoing attempts to sell their Georgia O’Keefe art collection and instead ordered them to come up with a “Nashville-based solution” within the next 20 days. [WKRN]
  • Police finally arrested a suspect for the rash of car break-ins outside of area YMCAs. [WSMV]
  • Rutherford County Mayor Ernest Burgess fired back at Pat Robertson, denying accusations that county officials could be bribed by Muslims to build a mosque in town. [WZTV]
  • Belmont unveiled some big plans to convert Belmont Heights Baptist Church into a concert venue to the tune of $7 million. The architects who are working on it are the same folks who designed the Schermerhorn. [WPLN]
  • The Wilson County Fair will be partying a little later into the evening tonight, extending its hours until 2am since numbers have been down this year due to weather and flooding. [WKRN]

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