It was a big night in Nashville Saturday. Taylor Swift celebrated her country roots with the help of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. The pop singer brought the two country stars out on stage at her show in Nashville to sing her first-ever single, “Tim McGraw,” with her. Swift also told the crowd earlier in the show that she learned everything she does in music in Nashville, and we have the video:
Here’s a bizarre video from the weekend: On Saturday, The Bakery on Bergen in Prospect Heights, NY lost a charming piece of outdoor decor to a drunken thief, who apparently took a shine to one of the topiary hounds stationed outside and decided maybe she should have it. Security cameras caught the sticky-fingered bandit on tape, however, and now the footage has made the rounds on social media. In the video, a woman wearing a long blue dress and sunglasses can be seen smoking a cigarette on a bench outside The Bakery. She looks to her left and eyes the leafy dog, the she gets up, kicks the statue, picks it up, and then wanders away with it tucked under her arm.
Wanted Dog Thief. Swipe left. As many of you know I was blessed with a makeover by a major television show. I love what they did with my shop. One of my favorite pieces are my fake dogs that we bring in every night. There were 3 dogs Babatunde Dayquan, Peabody, and Ivy. Today this girl stole Peabody. As a native Brooklynite I’m trying to build my business in a community where I grew up and someone had the nerve to violate my shop like this. Please let me know if any of you recognize these people that have absolutely no respect for me, my business, my community and my Brooklyn. PLEASE share.
Mayo, Florida is holding the mayo, at least for a few days. The mayor of this tiny town of less than 1,500 residents announced Saturday that the city is switching its name to “Miracle Whip.” Of course it’s just a joke, with the name change coming about as a marketing proposal Miracle Whip. Videographers for Miracle Whip were all over town Saturday wanting to capture the shock of residents when they heard that the name of their town was being changed to a corporate brand. Representatives of Miracle Whip planned to spend the next few days filming their efforts to get residents to remove mayonnaise from their homes. The town’s elected officials said they let residents in on the joke, but not before street signs and the name on the water tower had been switched out. The town, located halfway between Tallahassee and Gainesville, is getting between $15,000 and $25,000 for the name change, and the money will be used for city beautification measures.