Reporter Meribah Knight follows a key character while examining the city's promise to redevelop Cayce Place in WPLN’s new podcast The Promise. The first episode, “A Change is Gonna Come,” debuts today, with a new episode following every Wednesday for the next five weeks. The project known as Envision Cayce seeks to redefine the concept of low-income housing while... Read More


  Alejandro Escovedo Brings An Evening Of Music And Cancer Prevention Awareness To City Winery Texas singer/songwriter Alejandro Escovedo’s Jan. 31 appearance at the City Winery is far more than just an evening of music from an Americana legend. On his current, 12-city “Think About the Link” tour, Escovedo is partnering with the Prevent Cancer Foundation to... Read More

New East Nashville bar Walden opening in former Hop Stop space

    “Things do not change; we change,” Henry David Thoreau wrote in Walden. Hate to argue with Thoreau, but stuff’s a-changing too — like the old Hop Stop space in East Nashville, which, come March, is set to open as a new bar concept: Walden.   New owners Robyn Donnelly and Katie MacLachlan announced details about the new East Side... Read More


DANIEL ELLSWORTH AND THE GREAT LAKES PREVIEW THEIR NEW ALBUM ON LIGHTNING 100's NASHVILLE SUNDAY NIGHT Indie pop rockers Daniel Ellsworth and the Great Lakes have been gathering fans and accolades for almost eight years. Formed in Nashville in 2010, the band placed their own glistening brand on pop-rock beginning with their debut album Civilized Man, which made’s 100... Read More

East Side Buzz: Rustique Closing, new urgent care clinic opening, lots more

  Our big thing to start: The January/February 2018 issue of The East Nashvillian is out now, and it’s chock-full of fun stuff, from a cover story on musician JD McPherson to a celebration of East Nashvillians of the Year Stacie Huckeba and Todd Sherwood/Travis Collinsworth of The 5 Spot, plus lots, lots more.   Grab your print issue on stands all around... Read More

New Year's Eve options in East Nashville for 2017

  We’re days away from the end of a year that’s been… a year. And it feels like, maybe more than most years, we should punctuate it with some positive celebration, and not ruin that positivity by fighting traffic to cross the river.   Among the benefits of a neighborhood in quick bloom: We now have a veritable plethora of worthwhile options on any... Read More

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