Welcome to Diarrhea Planet

When we were young, our parents always advised us that toilet humor wouldn’t get us anywhere. Well, mom and dad, meet Diarrhea Planet. The rock ‘n’ roll band composed of six dudes and four guitars is a Nashville-based goldmine. The grunge group met at Belmont University, but strayed far from the ordinary college band, landing countless music festivals and receiving... Read More

Win tickets to the 2015 Yum!East festival

  The third annual Yum!East festival is coming to Pavilion East on Thursday, June 4, and the folks behind the event — which benefits Fannie Battle Day Home for Children — have been generous enough to invite an East Nashvillian reader and a guest to attend on the house.   Yum!East attendees will get to sample food and beverages from dozens of East... Read More

A Change is Gonna Come: Italia’s 10th Anniversary

Woodland Street’s favorite pizzeria, run by Salem Elkhatib, announces exciting new additions to their already beloved menu. Italia has been a foundation in East Nashville for a decade, slinging mouthwatering pizzas and pastas with fresh ingredients sans additives, preservatives, and other ‘weird’ chemicals. Now, Salem introduces vegan, gluten free, and whole-wheat pizza to the... Read More


Nashville-based, Motown-style pop group Magnolia Sons are likely to be one of your favorite bands this summer. Their retro style channels Sly & The Family Stone mixed with the love songs of The Supremes and a dash of New Orleans jest. Their music is both refreshing and iconic, paving an exciting direction for modern day Motown-style pop/soul music. Their recent single, “Stakes Are... Read More

East Nashville News: East Side Social, MayDay and more

  Lots of live music to shout about this week, which earns no complaints from us.   On to the latest bits of East Nashville News:   Get ready to East Side Social-ize     Clear your calendars for Saturday, June 20, neighbors: We’ve teamed up with Kaleidoscope Media to bring East Side Social to East Park, with live music,... Read More

The Prism of James Wallace & The Naked Light

James Wallace’s music wanders off somewhere far above the trees. It explores some other dimension,  collects all the space dust it can, then comes plummeting back down into the temporal to be shared. His music’s been to the future, where it designed UFOs just to mess with us, and it’s been to the past, dancing in the harmonies of a gospel choir. James Wallace & The... Read More

East Nashville News: Meat Ya in the Park, Walk Eat Nashville and more

  Lots to do in the neighborhood this weekend, from eating to biking to bouncy-housing, plus lots of other East Nashville happenings.   On to this week’s East Nashville News:   Enjoy an events-packed weekend in East Nashville   Should you feel like packing your weekend with neighborhood festivities, this is a good weekend to do it.... Read More

East Nashville News: Bella's new owners, Maple and Eggs, Indian food and more

  Lots of exciting East Nashville business news this week, from new places coming to changes at established spaces. Plus, we’ve got some music set to moving pictures and lots more.   On to it:   Frothy Monkey takes over Bella Bakery   Local coffee-shop mini chain Frothy Monkey added a new business to its growing family this month,... Read More

Win tickets to hear the Nashville Symphony perform 'Symphonie Fantastique'

  On Friday, May 15, Giancarlo Guerrero and the Nashville Symphony will perform Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique, a “musical fever dream that travels from the depths of despair to the heights of ecstasy,” and the Symphony folks have been generous enough to invite a lucky East Nashvillian reader and a guest to attend.    That lucky winner... Read More

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