- We might be bad at a lot of things here in Tennessee (especially health-wise!), but when it comes to eating our veggies, we’re apparently the best in the nation according to the CDC. Way to go, us! [WSMV]
- The annual Nashville Nine list–a list of Nashville’s most endangered historic properties–was released by Historic Nashville, Inc. today. The properties include Fort Nashborough, the Gallatin Pike Historic District and John Geist & Sons Blacksmith Shop and House in Germantown. [WKRN]
- Congrats to the folks at the Campus for Human Development who had a ribbon-cutting ceremony today for their new $13 million Comprehensive Center. It looks fancy! [WSMV]
- More than 25,000 people hit up the new Flamingo Lagoon exhibit over Labor Day weekend at the Nashville Zoo. They even beat their own one-day attendance record on Saturday with nearly 10,000 paying visitors. [WKRN]
- The city is partnering with the Department of Veterans Affairs to start up a pilot program to get Nashville’s neediest veterans off the street and into services that can help them. [WTVF]
Photo by Paul Nicholson.
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