Sam Stout and Joe Bryant try to adjust the air conditioning inside the TB Sutton Store in Granville, Tenn. as temperatures reach 85 degrees during the Sutton Ole Time Music Hour, which broadcasts it's Bluegrass music all over the world on Saturday nights.

Joel Taylor washes windows at Union Station hotel as the setting sun is reflected.

Sgt. Misty Hobbs checks out the house through a tiny opening in the curtain before she and the Metro Nashville Police Honor Guard give a 21-gun salute during the memorial service for Officer John Anderson at Cornerstone Church. Anderson was also a member of that team.

While some representatives wear masks and some don’t, Rep. Susan Lynn tries on a new hat with a clear plastic face covering and asks her colleagues what they thought during a 3 day Legislative special session in Nashville,

Dwarfed by the white plastic cover, Juan Olalde of Plastic Fusion Fabricators of Huntsville, Alabama uses a ladder to exit the reservoir on 8th ave during a liner installation.

A young visitor to the falls at Fall Creek Falls State Park covers his head as he braves the pounding water at the bottom of the falls. After a 30 minute hike to the bottom, visitors are rewarded by a cool pool of water and continuous mists to help cool down in the summer heat.

Bandaloop demonstrated its gravity defying dance with a lunchtime performance at the UBS building downtown.

As mist lifts off  the surface of the water, under a rising sun, Ronnie Tucker pushes his boat away from the shore at Shutes Branch Recreation Area on Saundersville Road in Mt. Juliet for a day of fishing on Old Hickory Lake.

 Hannah Lees gets tickled as she nuzzles "The Sportin Man,"  a Tennessee Walking Horse that won shows but  has now been retired to a Gallatin stable that offers rehabilitation to walking horses. Her mother Brenda watches in the background.

Birthday girl Christina England, 9, is surrounded by her friends as they sing happy birthday to her and then the circle folds into the center and they all tickle her. After each time they added another girl until the center was full and the ones that made up the circle were few.

Mike Willman steers as Tim Jones and George Guevrero, who are both blind, add peddle power to the team as they make their way around the track as part of the Harpeth Bicycle Club's weekly ride at the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway.

Standing in his canoe, Steve Hill sets the hook on a large mouth bass in the early morning fog that blankets Old Hickory Lake at Shutes Branch Recreation Area in Wilson County.

As the sun goes down it's time to close up shop at the TB Sutton Store where the Sutton Ole Time Music Hour broadcasts it's Bluegrass music all over the world on Saturday nights from Granville, Tenn.

Light reflects off the mist of the water flowing through the dam as a fly fisherman casts his line into the discharge  below Percy Priest Dam.

Avery Brown has his hands full with is yearling ,so he put his ribbon in his teeth as he left the ring after judging at the Williamson county fair

Metro is kicking off a year-long community engagement process to create a new parks master plan. Cumberland Park on the East Bank of the Cumberland River near Nissan Stadium is one of the city's newest parks and was created after the adoption of the '02 plan.

A Nashville based band, The Wilies, with their lead singer Jen Jones leading the way, take their mix of jazz, rockabllly, and blues in a march down Printers Alley to the delight of visitors.

 Ray Miller, 64, calls one of his walking horses and her colt for feeding as the sun sets, lighting the side of his barn in Hartsville, Tenn.,  Miller is happy to let others stay in the city but for himself he "came out to get away from the traffic."

Street vendors in Port-au-Prince come to town with chickens in hand, clothes and other merchandise balanced on their heads.

"Chukki"  jokes with the rest of her group on the ground as she searches for new hand holds at the Kings Bluff climbing area in Clarksville.

James Engell, from Boston, uses an umbrella to keep the snow flurries away as he takes a morning walk on Green's View Road in Sewanee, TN. "To me this isn't much of a snow. Kind of looks like Spring," Engell said. It was 27 degrees.

Four-year-old Owen Baden of Old Hickory, right, is mesmerized as his favorite Superhero, Spiderman, came and visited with him during his lunch at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt on Monday.
 Window washer Jarrat Turner was also on his lunch break from washing windows when he spotted Owen and decided to pay a visit.
Turner and others surprised children by scaling the building in Spider-Man, Batman and Superman costumes.

Jonathan Quiteno, right, is surprised as he is named the winner of a food competition at Glencliff High School.
Food Network celebrity chef Maneet Chauhan  hosted "The Cutting Edge Tour" at Glencliff High School where three culinary students competed for the title of "America's Top Teen Chef." The nationwide competition is part of Chauhan's spring book tour.

Students enjoy a little time together as they cross from one side of campus to another as the sun sets behind the Student Center at TSU.

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