Sheryl Crow has moved to Nashville. (A crib in East Nashville? Or is it Leiper’s Fork?) Meanwhile, the tabloids say Crow is dating the newly divorced Lance Armstrong. So we’re wondering: How long until there’s an Armstrong sighting in Percy Warner Park, with those Legs Of Titanium whirling past in a bluuuuur. To report an Armstrong sighting, call 244-7989, ext. 445. ♦ The bassist for NYC’s hot Brazilian pop band, the Mosquitos, may be making a return Nashville appearancein court. Seems he was arrested after the band’s Exit/In debut Jan. 25 for late-night “tampering” with parking meters on Elliston Place. Blame it on the bossa nova. ♦ Best political sloganeering moment of the week goes to state Democratic Party chairman Randy Buttons, who mentioned at a rally Sunday that he’s teaching his daughter to drive. “I just told her that driving’s a lot like politics,” Buttons said. “If you wanna go forward, you put it in D. If you wanna go backward, you put it in R.” Next best quip goes to former U.S. Sen. Jim Sasser, who said, “I am going to do everything I can to help re-defeat George Bush....” ♦ Park rangers have recently cited dog walkers at Elmington Park for violating leash laws after neighborly complaints about prolific poop and free-romping pooches. All of which makes ongoing discussion about creating dog parks in Nashville more timely. Other cities have created non-leashed spaces in which four-leggeds cavort happily about.