Thursday, February 25, 2010

Where Were You When We Needed You, Mr. Roboto?

- 89.3 WFPL's Gabe Bullard reports on the 25th District council race HERE The blogger he interviews is awesome. The robo-calling Councilman Hawkins is urged by all to give up the auto-dialer. More to come...

- The Local Weekly says the previous owner of Valley Skate Zone in Valley Station has begun renovating the vacant Salvation Army Thrift Store building at 7846 Dixie Highway. The new rink will be 21,000 square feet of fun and will be named PRP Skate Zone. The old rink was demolished to make way for the new Kroger store.

- Our Southwest Library is featuring the works of some local artists through March 31. The library has an agreement to showcase the work with the Metro Arts Center, 8360 Dixie Highway. Stop in today and support your local artists.


  1. I heard the WFPL piece on the way to work this morning, and it led me to your blog. Great stuff here!

    I worked closely (albeit briefly) with Councilman Hawkins in a previous campaign, and he was all politics, all the time. His vision of himself as the hero in some epic battle against evil was odd to say the least.

    You are no doubt on his enemies list now, Tucker! (Keep up the good work!)

  2. Was that Hawkins or Dr. Frank Simon on stating about the number of emails on list and the robo calls. Politically speaking,if you have one you have the other. Thanks,but no thanks.