Daily archives: April 1, 2004

More nude grannies

The Sutler, a pub in Nashville, has been adorning its menu with Victorian era nude photographs for years. This is likely to end now they have been told the pictures contravene state licensing laws.

The Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission decided Wednesday that only one photo showing a woman’s genital area was off-limits, but by then every nipple on the menus had been covered in black marker.


Cycling on the Pavement is back. This week, as I’m not feeling all that opinionated, another first draft chapter from Post & Publish. The usual disclaimers apply, this is not about any specific events or people, doubly so as I’m talking about relationships. I have to admit, though, that a big chunk of the first ‘post’ was lifted from something I wrote last year.


Use your mobile to find out about local history. You can also upload your own memories of the places involved. I think I’ll go to the Starbucks in the Corn Exchange and send a message about shopping there pre-bomb.

(area)code is part of the Futuresonic festival. I’m not an electronica afficianado, but I think I’ll have to go along to a few events.