Bright & Early: Dog Days Of Summer Edition

Good morning, Nashville. Here’s a quick tour of the headlines this morning:

  • We get kind of sad when 92 degrees qualifies as a cool-down. But, we’ll take it! [Nashville WX]
  • And here we thought we were all finished with the cicadas! Even in death, they are ruining lives by clogging up the air conditioning units at several schools in the area. [WKRN]
  • Rep. Julia Hurley was, like, totally not the first person to carve her initials into her desk at the capitol while bored. Abraham Lincoln did it first. Desk vandalism is so 1800s. [WKRN]
  • The Preds are going gold this year. For real. [City Paper]
  • This summer’s Live On The Green lineup was announced yesterday. Count us in! [WTVF]
  • A Clarksville mom is in the slammer after refusing to let TSA agents pat down her daughter and also didn’t want to go through the body scanner. [WTVF]
  • Meanwhile in Montgomery County, a pack of stray cats is terrorizing people and pets everywhere. [WTVF]

Photo by Paul Rinkes.

Related posts:

  1. Movies In The Park 2011: 500 Days Of Summer, Harry Potter, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off & More