- All things considered, we made out slightly better than the rest of the country in the storm department this afternoon. Here are some scary pictures from around the midstate, though. [WKRN]
- If you’ve noticed the new artwork popping up around the Music City Center construction site, you can thank the kids from the Oasis Center and Rocketown for attempting to beautify that particular eyesore. So far, 11 of the 50 panels of artwork have been installed along the fencing on Demonbreun. [City Paper]
- People shelled out nearly $3 million on foreclosed homes in Nashville this past week as part of a giant week-long Southeastern US foreclosure sale. [Tennessean]
- The Haunted Nashville haunted house made a national list of top 25 haunted attractions in the country, if you’re into that sort of thing! We’ll probably just stick with the corn mazes, in broad daylight. [Tennessean]
- Now for the most important news of the day: The IRS auction of Young Buck’s possessions has been cancelled. He said so on Twitter (“Sorry PEOPLE. There will be no AUCTION of my STUFF tomorrow!! Lol!! TRY AGAIN. HUH ???“) His lawyers were able to file suit to stop the auction when he agreed to sell some real estate to pay off all the taxes he apparently owes. We’re just sad that no one can buy his three-foot Santa Claus decoration now. [Tennessean]
Photo by SmilinBuddha.
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