Friday, March 5, 2010

Morning Roundup: Legendary Documentarian Tackles Bells Bend

Posted By on Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 7:30 AM

Award-winning documentary filmmaker George Butler (The Endurance) has found a saga full of conflict for his next feature. Its subject: the May Town Center uproar in Bells Bend. Liz Garrigan has the scoop. ... Woods isn't the only one who thinks Lamar Alexander is a nutless wonder on the Tea Party subject. ... Dolly Parton's opening a new store on Second Avenue. ... Police nab three teens in a rash of Hermitage home break-ins. ... A patron's lawsuit makes the Buffalo Wild Wings on Gallatin Road sound like the mess hall in Afghanistan. He says he still carries a bullet in his groin from the visit. ... Come on down, former Franklin politician Jeff Cassman! You just made the TBI's 10 Most Wanted list. ...Rep. Steve Cohen stars in the comments thread that refuses to die. ...

Terry McCormick reads the tea leaves at the NFL Combine for clues about this year's Titans. Also from McCormick: Former Titans defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz is in town to woo Kyle Vanden Bosch to the Detroit Lions. ... One of the toughest gangster movies ever made plays The Belcourt this weekend. ... Brooklyn's Finest is misnamed, sez Ron Wynn. ... Hey, here's a story in The Tennessean about Tennessee legislators approving an easement that would benefit just one large contributor. Who knew?

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