Buzz: Big honor for Berry’s momma eagle. Brewhouse’s secret: Cole Swindell on Tuesday night. River Dog Outpost starts pouring tonight.

Mom Berry is gracing this year's Christmas card from the American Eagle Foundation. This lovely photo was taken by Gena Flanigen. Merry Christmas to all from the Berry Eagles and the Berry College faculty, staff and students who make streaming the nest possible to our friends around the world!
From the Berry College Eagles’ Facebook page: “Mom Berry is gracing this year’s Christmas card from the American Eagle Foundation. This lovely photo was taken by Gena Flanigen. Merry Christmas to all from the Berry Eagles and the Berry College faculty, staff and students who make streaming the nest possible to our friends around the world!”

 

Cole Swindell‘Brewhouse Secret Show’ ticket sale crashes the Internet: And just think, there wasn’t a Kardashian involved. Brewhouse Music & Grill teased a secret acoustical show for this coming Tuesday involving a well-known Georgia entertainer. Tickets, at $25 a piece, went on sale with 250 at the Broad Street restaurant and 250 online.  Writes owner Jay Shell: “(Tuesday night), you guys set a new record for selling out a show here at the Brew. You bought 250 tickets online under two minutes. In the process, we crashed the Internet for a short time. The line on Broad Street started forming at noon (Tuesday).” The mystery guest created a cottage industry of sorts with tons of speculation on Facebook, Twitter and even dominating holiday parties. The correct answer: Cole Swindell.

From Facebook.
From Facebook.

River Dog Outpost grand opening tonight at 6: It appears a few test runs already have been . . . run. That said, the grand opening of River Dog Outpost at the bridge off Broad Street in the Cotton Block, is tonight at 6. It appears they’ll be open until 1 a.m. The Facebook update: “We know Christmas Eve is a time for gathering with family. It’s also a great night for a Grand Opening! So come be a part of the River Dog family on Christmas Eve… Unwind from that family dinner with a tasty brew or glass of wine and enjoy the nearly full moon reflecting on the River from our bar.”

The Anniston Star reports Jim Givens of Auctions United in Rome has sold Lenlock Shopping Center in Anniston to an undisclosed buyer. Details

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