Servers in the Squeeze

For a decade, the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission has been requiring bartenders, waiters and waitresses to take a five-hour training class before they can legally serve alcohol in the state. Now the agency is handing out fines and keeping tabs on restaurant and bar workers, in order to crack down on over serving and underage drinking. Bartenders and servers, who make their money selling alcohol, find themselves in a tough spot. WPLN's Jeremy Rush reports.

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Where The Locals Eat

In the past fifteen years, there's been a tremendous influx of people from different countries to Music City. And while immigrants often stay largely within their own ethnic communities, there's one place people of all races and religions can be seen commingling - in Nashville's restaurants. WPLN's Rebecca Bain reports.

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