Tennessee is paying respects to the people of France this weekend, in wake of the attacks in Paris that have claimed well over 100 lives.
On Friday night the Historic Metro Courthouse, in Nashville, lit up its outside windows in the colors of the French flag.
Saturday night, the lights of the Korean Veterans Bridge will do the same.
Both will stay blue, white, and red through Sunday night.
Employees at Nashville’s Parthenon tell Channel 4 that the site will also sport the French flag’s colors on Sunday evening.
In a statement sent out Saturday, Nashville Mayor Megan Barry was quoted, “My heart goes out to the people of France tonight,”
“I know that all Nashvillians stand in solidarity with Parisians against these horrific terrorist attacks.”
A small gathering will be held in Nashville on Sunday afternoon to show solidarity.
Organized by Amélie de Gaulle, known as (continue reading)