Happy Hour: Down The Pipe

  • A new charity effort called NASH2O is putting flood-damaged guitars to good use by auctioning them off as memorabilia and then donating the proceeds to a fund that helps other musicians replaced their own flood-damaged equipment. [Tune In Music City]
  • Budget woes have given way to a possible spending freeze that could seriously reduce or eliminate Tennessee’s meth and marijuana drug task forces. [WTVF]
  • This morning’s water main break in West Nashville closed down Ensworth’s Red Gables campus. Additionally, a gas leak that happened underground will let Harpeth Hall School students off the hook tomorrow. [City Paper]
  • A man was hit and killed by the Music City Star in Mt. Juliet this evening while 67 passengers were aboard. Police are investigating how the man ended up on the tracks and passengers were picked up and transported back to their vehicles. [City Paper]

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