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East Nashville News: changes at Bagel Face, learning with Olive & Sinclair, more

  End-of-week greetings, neighbors. First, some East Nashvillian related biz: If you were looking to get your ad in our biggest-of-the-year Tomato Art Fest issue, there’s still a little time. Reach out to Lisa McCauley, but do it soon, since we’re getting ready to start crossing Is and dotting Ts and stuff soon.   Tom Hanks wasn’t here this week,... Read More

Yum!East Festival, in pictures

On June 5, the East Nashville food-focused Yum!East festival took over Pavilion East for the second year, bringing out some of the neighborhood's finest fooderies (and a packed house of hungry festgoers) for an evening of delicious grazing to benefit Fannie Battle Day Home for Children. We were on hand, people-watching, eating, drinking and snapping a few photos to remember it all by. Click... Read More

East Nashville news: new restaurant and shop, a closing, more

  Without delving into the complicated politics of the situation, safe to say a lot of us were sad to see the historic home at 1818 Eastland go under the proverbial wrecking ball this week. So as we head to Yum!East to enjoy the culinary delights of East Nashville, we’ll plan to pour some out for a handsome if troubled structure. Shame it didn’t work out for someone... Read More

Stress-free grooming advice from Cloud 9 Mobile Grooming

  Since summer’s here and we’re all about to start drowning in the soggy wool that is Tennessee warm-weather air, many pet owners’ thoughts are turning to our heavily befurred friends and their need for a summer makeover. I.e. grooming.   If you have a stocked schedule or a nervous or grooming-averse dog or cat, getting that grooming done can be a... Read More

Hard Working Americans is quite the side project

PHOTO: TOBIN VOGGESSER Hard Working Americans Hard Working Americans Melvin Records/Thirty Tigers   (Editor’s Note: Awards shows have a way of bringing renewed attention to the artists and works that receive nominations, and with their recent 2014 Americana Honors and Awards nomination in the Duo/Group of the Year category, we decided to revisit the debut... Read More

East Nashville News: Tom Hanks, Yum!East contest and more

  As this muggy, rainy week wraps up, baby tomatoes are starting to pop up at East Nashvillian blog HQ, and our next issue — the big Tomato Art Fest issue — is fittingly in the works.   Meanwhile, some stuff happened/is happening elsewhere in East Nashville. Our latest crop of news:   Be cool, guys - it’s just Tom... Read More

Yum!East 2: Yum and Yummerer

  In 2013, we got an introductory chance to celebrate East Nashville’s culinary treasures with an evening-long graze called the Yum!East festival. At that first event, East Side eateries offered small bites and big sips, from breakfast-y kolaches by Yeast Nashville to Pharmacy wurstchen, upscale flavors from Lockeland Table, almost too-pretty-to-eat desserts from Nashville... Read More

East Nashville News: Stratford's future, wedding singer Lee Brice, more

  First, a little update from last week’s news roundup. We mentioned that new Fatherland juice and smoothie spot Lynne Lorraine's was set to open Monday. They had to rejigger the opening some, so plans currently are to start serving at 1100 Fatherland, Suite 102, on Friday, May 23 next week.   On another East Nashvillian front: Since our May-June issue... Read More

East Nashville Farmers Market opening celebration, in pictures

After an initial party-rain-out the previous week, the East Nashville Farmers Market celebrated the opening of its 2014 season on May 21, in its new, much more expansive location at Shelby Park.  From local produce to local honey, bread, ice cream and lemonade, the 2014 Market's certainly already stocked with stuff, and with slightly expanded hours (they're now open Wednesdays... Read More

East Nashville News: congrats to Fannie Battle and Art and Invention, welcoming Lynne Lorraine's, more

  Our big news this week is the May-June issue of The East Nashvillian -- in its pages, we skip from neighborhood history to neighborhood education to neighborhood improvement to neighborhood music-makers and beyond. We're proud of it, and sure hope you like it. It's on stands all around town, or you can read online. Beyond that, some things to do and folks to welcome and praise... Read More

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