East Nashville News: Antica, Edgefield, Tomato fest facts and more

  This week’s East Nashville News roundup is particularly stocked with things to do in the coming weeks. Seems fitting enough, what with it being summer, when people tend to do stuff.   Also, news on some business comings and goings and a detailed expose on our rockness.    On to it:   East Nashville Rocks, says Ann Powers on... Read More

Sushi tips from Watanabe's Steve Beckman

  Wasn’t all that long ago that East Nashville was something of a sushi desert. These days, though, we have some great options serving sushi newbies and diehards alike, with more on the way.   Although Riverside Village’s Watanabe isn’t exclusively a sushi stop (they serve ramen, bibimbap and lots of other fine Asian fare), they’re a favorite... Read More

East Nashville News: new and moving businesses, a music-movie screening, more

  Lots of new and changing spaces in East Nashville this week, plus job and entertainment offerings and a chance to flex your salsa-making skills.   On to it:   East Greenway Park breaking ground this fall   One of the most talked-about East Nashville additions this week: East Greenway Park, a new development of 62 single-family homes on 10... Read More

East Nashville News: Tomato Art Fest contest, new yoga space, more

  This week, we’re starting off our East Nashville news roundup with a bit of our own news: a contest with a top-notch prize, celebrating the upcoming Tomato Art Fest. (Related, our new Tomato Art Fest issue is on the streets and online — give it a look!)   Elsewhere, new businesses, established businesses doing fun stuff and more. On to... Read More

East Nashville's Chocolate F/X: from special effects to confections

  Many of us got our first taste of Chocolate F/X at the 2014 Yum!East festival — along with a huge cross section of East Nashville food purveyors, CFX was on hand sharing creations and meeting new neighbors, just as finishing touches were being put on their new space at the Shoppes on Fatherland.   Fast-forward a month and change, and Chocolate F/X’s... Read More

East Nashville news: grand openings at Thrive and Nancybgoods, new vape shop, more

  Biggest neighborhood news this week was probably the search for the owners of that lost catfish (hope you found your momma, lil fish), but a few other things did cross our paths/inboxes.   Here’s this week’s East Nashville news roundup:   1100 Fatherland shops celebrate grand opening   We’ve seen a lot of new faces at the... Read More

East Nashville’s Treehouse: funky flair and fresh fare

  Co-owners Matt Spicher and Corey Ladd and executive chef Todd Alan Martin launched East Nashville’s Treehouse restaurant about eight months ago, with the intent of filling a neighborhood need.   “(Martin) was at Lockeland Table for a long time, and when he would get off work, he would not have anywhere to go eat — at least on the East Side,... Read More

East Nashville News: Celebrating the 4th, helping Martha O'Bryan help neighbors, more

  Since this week’s news roundup falls around our country’s annual celebration of independence, figured it made sense to kick off with some opportunities to raise a glass without crossing the river, as there are many. Beyond, we’ve got some other stuff to share, including… well, other parties.   On to the latest crop of East Nashville... Read More

Urban Green Lab takes sustainability education to the road

Urban Green Lab's Jennifer Tlumak, photo Corinne Dore Williams   Toward the end of summer in 2013, Urban Green Lab — the East Nashville-bred, sustainability-focused learning hub conceived back in 2009 — announced a pretty significant change of plans.   The initial intent was to open a large physical learning lab on the corner of McGavock and Maxey... Read More

East Nashville News: Green Wagon closing, Two Ten Jack expanding, more

  Kind of a bummer week on the East Nashville brick-and-mortar business-news front; converserly, kind of a cool week on the East Nashville mobile business front. On to the latest bit of East Nashville news: Green Wagon closing, going mobile   Sad news for the many of us who loved walking through the cozy Forrest Ave. doors of the Green Wagon: After nearly six years of... Read More

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