Titans Game to screw up Thursday afternoon rush hour traffic

With a Tennessee Titans game scheduled for a 7:25 PM kickoff tomorrow at Nissan Stadium, authorities have decided to seal off some downtown streets and bridges at 4 PM.  The Woodland Street bridge will close at that time to everybody but pedestrians and shuttle buses (and, one presumes, bikes).  MTA buses that normally use that bridge are instead being redirected to the James Robertson Pkwy and Jefferson St bridges.

Additionally, the Korean Veterans bridge will close to car traffic heading into East Nashville as the game nears its end.  There are other MTA routes that will be on detour for (apparently) all day Thursday, but it’s not clear from the city’s press release what other streets will be closed.

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CMAs set off fireworks after midnight; Nasvillians think that’s not right

Nashville’s residents took to Twitter this morning to complain about the post-midnight fireworks from Nissan Stadium. The fireworks awoke people from 12 South to Greenwood, at least:

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“Polar” Plunge

It was a warm Saturday for a Polar Plunge, but Polar Plunge they did anyways.  Perhaps it was a statement on climate change’s effect on the polar regions.

Some folks from the sheriff’s office participated this morning:

The event, which was held in the parking lot of Nissan Stadium, is a fundraiser for the Special Olympics.

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