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1. Loyal fans mark 60 years of ‘Andy Griffith Show’ -

With the 60th anniversary of “The Andy Griffith Show” approaching Oct. 3, I call your attention to Nashville’s strong connection with Mayberry.

There was, of course, Floyd Lawson’s desperate declaration when he feared exposure of his deceitful brags in letters to a female pen pal: “I’m going to Nashville!”

2. Events -

Cheekwood’s Holiday Lights. The event, in its fourth year, features a million lights on a one-mile course offering lights and holiday experiences designed to appeal to all ages. Through Dec. 30, 5-10 p.m. Fee: Adults $22, youth $17, 2 and younger free. Information

3. Events -

Street Eats. Enjoy a gathering of up to 20 local food trucks parked along Deaderick Street between 4th Avenue North and 5th Avenue North. Thursday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Information

4. Franklin’s SocialChimp unveils automation tool -

Social3 has announced a new social media automation tool designed for small business owners, SocialChimp.

The Franklin-based technology company developed the self-service platform to enhance and expand social media presence without using an outside agency.

5. Bass, Berry & Sims welcomes 3 attorneys -

Bass, Berry & Sims PLC has hired three attorneys for its Nashville office:

Kevin J. Butler, associate, represents clients in complex litigation, securities and shareholder litigation, health care fraud and abuse matters, contract disputes, business torts and government investigations and related civil and criminal proceedings. He previously was a judicial law clerk for the Hon. Bernice B. Donald with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and for the Hon. John J. Tuchi with the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona. He is a graduate of Ohio University and earned a law degree from the University of Michigan Law School.

6. $19B tourism industry looks to record year -

Tourism officials are a glass-half-full bunch. It’s a job requirement, necessary since they must relentlessly promote a city, region, state or even a country no matter what the economic climate or general traveler mood might be.

7. Rinne slows his approach to high-speed game -

When Pekka Rinne broke into the NHL in 2005, Paul Kariya was the Predators’ leading scorer, Ryan Suter a promising rookie and the team was playing in a building called the Gaylord Entertainment Center.

8. Increased competition keeps venue owners on their toes -

From networking mixers and intimate concerts to blowout weddings, fundraisers and personal-milestone celebrations, Nashville’s event venues are seeing traffic like never before.

The city’s growth in size and profile has created a vibrant and competitive venue-rental scene, and with the holiday partying season right around the corner, it’s not too early to book the perfect spot to celebrate.

9. Bradley hires intellectual property attorney -

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP has hired Timothy L. Capria as an associate on the Intellectual Property team in Nashville. He previously was with Patterson Intellectual Property Law.

Capria focuses on acquiring intellectual property, patent opinion practice and enforcing intellectual property rights. He primarily prosecutes patents in the life sciences and medical device fields, and provides trademark counsel for clients operating in diverse sectors.

10. Nashville's ultimate holiday to-do list -

Don’t let the fact Halloween is weeks away stop you from planning your Christmas season activities. From live shows to shopping, decide now what you and yours want to do later this winter.

63rd annual Nashville Christmas Parade

December 3

The theme for 2016 is The Musical Mile, so it’s only fitting that Grammy Award-winning artist Kelly Clarkson has been tapped as the Grand Marshal for the parade sponsored by Piedmont Natural Gas in partnership with Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital and presented by Tootsie’s.

11. Chef’s life: What they do, what they're paid, who's hiring -

Restaurant job wages are on the rise in Nashville, thanks to the tight labor market. Average wages for cooks and chefs in the Nashville-Murfreesboro-Franklin area are rising more sharply than the average wage increase for all occupations, Bureau of Labor Statistics figures show.

12. Rowland named judicial clerk to Judge Nixon -

Maggie Rowland, who has served as a staff attorney at Patterson Intellectual Property Law since 2014, has been named a judicial clerk to Senior Judge John Trice Nixon, U.S. District Court, Middle District of Tennessee.

13. Dean, Henry, Hyde named to YWCA board -

The YWCA of Nashville & Middle Tennessee has elected three new members for the 2015-2016 board term, including former Mayor Karl Dean.

Also, with her election as the first female mayor of Nashville, Megan Barry has resigned her position on the YWCA board.

14. Johnny Cash, Miranda Lambert, Steve Cropper get stars -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Country stars Miranda Lambert and the late Johnny Cash, along with famed blues musician Steve Cropper, were honored Tuesday for helping to build Music City's reputation as a home for artists of any genre.

15. Stites & Harbison taps Taylor to lead new entertainment group -

Stites & Harbison, PLLC has announced the launch of a new entertainment law practice with the addition of member Stephanie R. Taylor to its Nashville office. Taylor will lead the team with help from current Stites & Harbison attorney Jeremy Brook.

16. Hagerty joins Pinnacle board -

Bill Hagerty, co-founder and managing director of private equity investment firm Hagerty Peterson & Company, has been elected to the Pinnacle Financial Partners’ 14-member board of directors.

17. Events -

Walk of Fame Park Reopening with Loretta Lynn & Jack White. Grammy-winning artists Loretta Lynn and Jack White will be inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame and will join Mayor Karl Dean in the official ribbon-cutting of the newly renovated Walk of Fame Park. Today, 1 p.m. Free and open to the public.

18. Events -

Food truck Thursday. Enjoy a gathering of 15 to 20 local food trucks parked along Deaderick Street between 4th Avenue North and 5th Avenue North. This event will take place every other Thursday through the fall.

19. Hospitality industry to honor former governor -

Nashville’s hospitality industry will honor former Gov. and Nashville Mayor Phil Bredesen as the second recipient of the E.W. “Bud” Wendell Award at the fourth annual National Travel & Tourism Week Hospitality Industry Luncheon on May 4.

20. Opry flood damage appeal against Corps denied -

NASHVILLE (AP) - A federal appeals court has affirmed a lower court's decision to dismiss a lawsuit claiming the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was responsible for flood damage at the Grand Ole Opry in 2010.

21. Health Care Council announces new board -

William F. Carpenter III, chairman and CEO, LifePoint Hospitals, will continue to serve as chairman of the Nashville Health Care Council board of directors for the second year.

William Gracey, president and CEO, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, continues as vice chairman of the board.

22. Music City Center faces its ‘Super Bowl’ moment: $500M in business on the line with August convention -

In sales, it’s all about leads. And Nashville is about to get 2,500 of them in the highly-competitive field of hosting major conventions.

The highly coveted American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) convention is coming to Nashville’s Music City Center Aug. 9-12.

23. Dickinson Wright hires for Music Row office -

Attorneys Derek Crownover, Austen Adams and Cam Caldwell have joined Dickinson Wright PLLC in Nashville to launch the firm’s office on Music Row and lead its expanded Entertainment Law Practice Group.

24. Yarbrough, Little join new Bone McAllester group -

Attorneys Ed Yarbrough and Alex Little have joined Bone McAllester Norton PLLC, creating a new division of criminal defense and government investigations.

25. Events -

Free Legal Clinic: The Lipscomb University Institute for Law, Justice and Society is hosting a free legal advice clinic in Lipscomb University’s Swang Chapel in the Ezell Center, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Six volunteer attorneys will be available to meet with clients and discuss legal problems, answer questions, explain legal rights or review legal documents. The public can come to the clinic with questions on immigration, conflict disputes, debt issues, inheritance or tax issues, or any other type of simple legal matter. Clients should bring any papers that deal with the problem. Lawyers may only have 10 to 15 minutes to talk to each person. They will not be available to take on cases presented by clients at the clinic, and they won’t be able to go to court with clients from the clinic. Free parking is available on campus, and the Lipscomb University campus has a Metro bus stop on Belmont Boulevard, at the softball field entrance adjacent to the Ezell Center. Information: spivey@lipscomb.edu, 966-2503.

26. Kiwanis names Buchanan Nashvillian of the Year -

Kiwanis Club of Nashville has honored Steve Buchanan as its 2012 Outstanding Nashvillian of the Year for his community contributions. Buchanan is president of the Opry Entertainment Group, a division of Ryman Hospitality Properties, and executive producer for “Nashville.”

27. Wilmot finds gold among green -

Tiffany Wilmot puts her green touch to major league, high-profile projects, and yet she’s quick to remember the sustainable needs of those who live in lower-income houses and go to school all day.

28. Events -

Predators Foundation Wine Festival and Tasting. Featuring more than 200 higher-end wines, beer and a spirits tasting and an extensive silent auction with more than 200 items. Tonight's event also will include culinary delicacies and a photo opportunity with GNASH. A VIP dinner & tasting will take place in the Patron Platinum Club. It will feature a five-course dinner with wine pairing and hand-crafted wines. The VIP event begins at 6 p.m. and is $200 per person. VIP guests may attend the Wine Festival prior to the VIP dinner. Bridgestone Arena. Information: www.predators.nhl/club/page.htm

29. Lamb, Self to be honored by Tennessee Medical Association -

John W. Lamb, Sr., MD, and Catherine Self, PT, PhD, both of Nashville, are among the recipients of 2013 Tennessee Medical Association awards, which will be presented during the TMA’s 178th annual Meeting on Saturday in Franklin.

30. Events -

Williamson County Board of Zoning Appeals. Meeting begins at 7 p.m. Thursday in the main auditorium of the Williamson County Administrative Complex. 1320 W. Main St. 615-790-5466

THURSDAY, MARCH 28

Montgomery County Household Hazardous Waste Event

8 a.m.-1 p.m. at Veteran’s Plaza 350 Pageant Lane, Clarksville

31. Suits dismissed against corps over Nashville flood -

NASHVILLE (AP) — A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a pair of lawsuits claiming the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was responsible for flood damage in 2010 to the Grand Ole Opry, Gibson Guitar and other Nashville-area businesses.

32. Government wants Gaylord's flood lawsuit dismissed -

NASHVILLE (AP) - A federal judge is scheduled to hear arguments on whether to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the Gaylord Entertainment Company seeking money for property damage to its luxury hotel and convention center, the Grand Ole Opry and other sites during the 2010 flooding of the Cumberland River.

33. Dodson honored with Tune public service award -

The Nashville Bar Association has named Harlan Dodson, a partner and founder of the Nashville law firm Dodson Parker Behm & Capparella, PC, recipient of the John C. Tune Public Service Award.

34. Saint Thomas Health’s Littrell sets retirement -

Saint Thomas Health has announced that long-time health care executive Wes Littrell will retire at the end of the calendar year. Littrell is the chief strategy officer for Saint Thomas Health and chief executive officer of Saint Thomas Health Affiliates.

35. Dolly Parton withdraws from Nashville water park -

NASHVILLE (AP) - Dolly Parton says she won't be involved in a planned water and snow park project in Nashville.

The country legend's withdrawal from the project comes after shareholders for Gaylord Entertainment, voted to reorganize the company as a real estate investment trust. The company was going to be a partner in the venture.

36. Gaylord shareholders vote to reorganize as REIT -

NASHVILLE (AP) - Gaylord Entertainment Company shareholders have approved a plan to reorganize as a real estate investment trust and turn over management of its four resort properties to Marriot International Inc.

37. Events -

Free Legal Seminars at People’s Law School. Today's class covers “What to Do If You Owe Money or Returns to the IRS: Instructors will focus on questions and problems associated with taxes and the IRS.” Individuals can register for one or several classes through Nov. 15 on a variety of topics, including:

38. Gaylord Entertainment share offering priced at $40 -

NASHVILLE (AP) - Hotel and Grand Ole Opry owner Gaylord Entertainment Co. said on Monday that a secondary offering could bring in as much as $259.6 million for the selling shareholder, TRT Holdings Inc.

39. Music museum options expanding -

Nashville’s major music museums are in various stages of development: one will reopen this year, one is expanding, another is slowly progressing, and the last is on the back burner.

Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum

After surviving a couple of blows to its existence, the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum (MHFM) is set to re-open this year in its new home at Nashville Municipal Auditorium on Fourth Avenue North.

40. Events -

Home-Staging Professional Course. Students can earn the ASP designation by attending this two-day course Aug. 14-15. Topics covered include improving your listing presentation, overcoming client objections to staging, marketing ideas and a staging techniques detailed lecture. Students will also view a slide show of before and after photos of what can be accomplished through staging and experience staging a home on the market with other class participants. After taking the course, agents will be able to market staging to their clients and provide better suggestions of ways to improve the home for listing presentation. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Greater Nashville Association of Realtors, 4540 Trousdale Drive. Lunch provided. Information: gnar.org, 254-7516.

41. 300 Gaylord workers get separation notices -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Gaylord Entertainment has issued separation notices to 310 employees pending shareholder approval of a deal to sell its hotel brand and the rights to manage its four hotels to Marriott International, Inc. for $210 million.

42. Meharry doctor to lead National Medical Association -

Dr. Rahn Kennedy Bailey, associate professor and chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Meharry Medical College, will be installed as president of the National Medical Association (NMA) on July 31 during the NMA 2012 annual convention and scientific assembly in New Orleans.

43. Plaster ‘jumps’ back into familiar Sports Night radio role -

George Plaster wondered if his radio career in Nashville might be finished, even after his six-month non-compete had expired.

Until Monday, when Plaster signed on to his familiar Jump theme music at WPRT-FM 102.5 The Game, he had been absent from the airwaves for more than 10 months. He had last broadcasted at WGFX-FM 104.5 The Zone for the past eight years, playing an integral role in building Nashville’s first all-sports FM station.

44. Blast at Opryland Hotel does $750,000 in damage -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Damage was estimated Wednesday at up to $750,000 as a result of a gas explosion at the sprawling Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center.

No injuries were reported after the Tuesday night blast, though 5,000 guests were evacuated for as long as seven hours.

45. Carr defends employment verification -

Some information circulating about the Tennessee Lawful Employment Act (TLEA), with which many employers had to comply by Jan. 1, may be creating the impression that the new law has no teeth in ensuring that only legal workers are being hired.

46. Gaylord sells hotel brand to Marriott -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Grand Ole Opry owner Gaylord Entertainment has agreed to sell its hotel brand and the rights to manage its four hotels to Marriott for $210 million in cash.

The deal announced Thursday follows six months of reviewing options for its business. It will still own the four hotels it's letting Marriott manage. By handing over day-to-day control of the hotels to Marriott, Gaylord expects to save between $33 million and $40 million a year.

47. Gaylord to sell hotel brand to Marriott for $210M -

NASHVILLE (AP) - Grand Ole Opry owner Gaylord Entertainment has agreed to sell its hotel brand and the rights to manage its four hotels to Marriott for $210 million in cash.

The deal announced Thursday follows six months of reviewing options for its business. It will still own the four hotels it's letting Marriott manage. By handing over day-to-day control of the hotels to Marriott, Gaylord expects to save between $33 million and $40 million a year.

48. Gaylord sues government over 2010 flooding -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Gaylord Entertainment Co. filed a lawsuit Monday accusing the National Weather Service and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers of negligence that heavily damaged its luxury hotel in Nashville and the famous Grand Ole Opry House during flooding in 2010.

49. Another theme Park? Really? -

David Webb grew up in Nashville and has plenty of fond memories of spending time at Opryland USA every summer. He moved from the area as an adult and spent 10 years in Orlando, most of it working for Disney.

50. ABC orders pilot for Nashville-based TV series -

Nashville could soon be the set and subject of a new television series.

As reported on Deadline Hollywood, ABC Studios gave the green light to a new drama pilot titled Nashville. The show is being described as a family soap set against the backdrop of the Nashville music scene and will follow one country star at her peak and another star just on the rise.

51. Guitar plays second fiddle as Nashville symbol -

NASHVILLE (AP) - The guitar, an iconic symbol of Nashville's music scene, is beginning to play second fiddle as a visual icon for the city.

Musical notes and symbols are emerging in Nashville's logo as city promoters seek to illustrate the variety of sounds here.

52. Kristofferson to be honored in Nashville March 26 -

NASHVILLE (AP) - Kris Kristofferson will be honored by the T.J. Martell Foundation March 26 in Nashville.

The singer-songwriter-actor will receive the Frances Williams Preston Lifetime Music Industry Award at a fundraising gala to benefit medical research focused on finding cures for leukemia.

53. DCI Donor picks chief administrative officer -

DCI Donor Services, Inc. (DCIDS) recently named Scott Cantlon as its chief administrative officer.

Cantlon, has more than 35 years of experience as a senior executive in information technology and systems management for several industries. Most recently, he served as vice president and chief information officer for Lexon Surety Group where he led the development and implementation of IT strategy and managed IT support services.

54. Events -

Deadline for Urban Land Institute awards. The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Nashville is accepting applications through Friday for its 4th Annual Excellence in Development Awards. All use types of development projects completed between 2004-present from the private, public and nonprofit sectors are eligible. Entries will be judged based on criteria that support ULI’s commitment to best practices in the use of land and leadership in creating sustainable communities. Information: nashville.uli.org.

55. Ryman Auditorium getting new stage after 61 years -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - It's time for a new stage at Ryman Auditorium, a significant moment in the history of a building known for its significant moments.

Scuffed by the heels of "The King," ''The Queen of Soul" and thousands of singers in cowboy boots, scarred by an uncountable stream of road cases and worn by six decades of music history, the Ryman's oak floorboards have reached the end of a very long, very successful run.

56. Events -

Accelerated Broker’s Exam Review. An accelerated review session to prepare for the broker’s exam. Greater Nashville Association of Realtors, 4540 Trousdale Drive. Instructor: Bill Schlueter, GRI, ITI. Registration: $65 for GNAR members, $75 for all others. Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Lunch provided. Information: gnar.org, 254-7516.

57. Water Park owners welcome competition from Dolly, Gaylord -

The announcement of a new $50 million water and snow park being built by Nashville entertainment giants Dolly Parton and Gaylord would seem to be great news for all of Nashville. More tourists, 450 new jobs and positive national exposure – who couldn’t rally around this news?

58. Dolly Parton partners with Gaylord for water/snow park -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Dolly Parton plans a water-snow park in Nashville, described as the first of its kind in the country, to join her other tourist attractions in East Tennessee.

The new $50 million venture, announced Thursday on Parton's 66th birthday, is a 114-acre park projected to open as early as summer 2014. It is not yet named.

59. Residential Home Sales, December 2011 -

Residential home sales for Davidson, Williamson, Wilson and Rutherford counties, as collected by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on-line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

60. Zeitlin wins award for lifetime achievement -

Shirley Zeitlin, CEO and founder of Zeitlin & Company, Realtors, has won in the “Lifetime Achievement” category in the international Stevie Awards for Women in Business.

Zeitlin’s competition for the award included the president and CEO of a financial firm in Toronto, the EVP of international finance for a Turkish bank (Akbank) and the president & CEO of WomenOnBusiness.com. More than 1,300 entries from around the world were submitted this year for consideration in 75 categories. A full list of those recognized can be found at stevieawards.com.

61. Gaylord Entertainment returns to 2Q profit -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Gaylord Entertainment Co. reported a profit for the second quarter, bouncing back from a loss a year ago when it absorbed expenses tied to flood damage at its Nashville, Tenn., properties.

62. 'Shrek' and others to appear at Gaylord resorts -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Gaylord Entertainment and DreamWorks Animation are teaming up to provide live appearances of movie characters at the Nashville company's four resorts.

The characters will include DreamWorks' "Shrek," "Kung Fu Panda" and "Madagascar" along with future films and characters from the studio.

63. Events -

The Nashville Film Festival, one of the longest-running film festivals in the country, is celebrating its 42nd year through April 21. Each year, nearly 23,000 people come to view more than 250 films from 48 countries, including documentaries, narrative features, animated and experimental shorts. Panels and workshops are also offered for those looking to enrich their knowledge beyond the screen. Major award winners from both the 2010 Cannes and 2011 Sundance Film Festivals will show at this year's festival. All films shown at Regal Green Hills Cinema. Schedule and information: nashvillefilmfestival.org/.