- Mayor Dean kicked off a new program challenging Nashvillians to walk 100 miles over the next two months by participating in a series of scheduled walks to familiarize folks with greenways, parks and sidewalks around the city. [WKRN]
- Sponsors of the proposed bill banning the practice of Sharia law have removed all the language the references a single religion, hoping to turn it into a bill that gets at any sort of religious motivation to commit acts of terrorism. [City Paper]
- Congratulations, Bellevue! You’re finally getting your first liquor store. Maybe you’ll be able to snag some of that new tasty-sounding Jack Daniel’s Honey Whiskey. [WKRN]
- Vanderbilt University is teaming up with Metro Nashville to study wind and solar energy by studying how much they’re able to collect from different solar panels and wind turbines placed around Nashville. [WTVF]
- Earth Hour is coming up again this weekend! If you want to participate, just make sure your lights are turned off from 8:30-9:30pm on Saturday. [WSMV]
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