Is there not enough for Metro Council members to think about? The latest case of overthinking Metro’s ordinances comes from Council member Jim Shulman, who is up in arms about a beer store in close proximitybut fully in compliance with the lawto the Hillsboro High School campus. While the nearby Beer World is at least 100 feet from the schoolas the law requiresShulman is complaining that it is nevertheless too close to the grounds where students hang out. He wants a change in Metro law to deal with the issue.
WSM turns 75
The legendary radio station that ushered country music to Nashville and beyond has celebrated its 75th birthday, broadcasting live last week from the Ryman Auditorium, a celebration that was open to the public. WSM built its renowned reputation by broadcasting the music greats who performed at the Grand Ole Opry. Even former President George Bush phoned on celebration day last week to offer his congratulations and best wishes.
While Perry March’s two children will remain with their grandparents in Nashville for the time being, last week the embattled father found an ally in federal Judge Aleta Traugher. Traugher ruled that the Levines, the parents of March’s missing wife, must reunite the children with their father at his home in Mexico. The children remain in Nashville, however, until another federal court hears the Levines’ appeal to keep the children.
"But Paul can't trump Jesus."
Tell that to the Baptists.
Jesus addressed the needs of the poor and unfortunate; it's doubtful he thought of the…
Riding Along With a Towson University Student’s ‘White Patrol’
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Bobs, if that's what you think you're saying about black people, you're terribly delusional.
Maybe he has a dream.