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

East Nashville Chicken Chase in photos

  Saturday’s East Nashville Chicken Chase and Hot Hen Hoedown brought droves of folks out for a day-long celebration of the noble fowl -- we caught live music, shopped, snacked, drank, bounced in a bouncy house, played chicken poo bingo and cheered on competing chickens. (Congrats, Plymouth Rock N Roller, on your win.) Some of us also wore many, many... Read More

East Nashville News: comedy, cocktails, new NOLA-style shop and more

  Been a busy week around here — we just closed the new issue (news on street date soon), and we have some great stories to share, spanning from education to social good to music to trees.    And then also, Iron Man went to Marche in a jaunty chapeau, so there’s that.    Anyhow, without further ado, our latest snippets of East... Read More

East Nashville's welcoming, homey Welcome Home takes us inside

  As shop names go, you don’t get much lovier-slash-cozier than “Welcome Home,” which makes it a pretty fitting moniker for Jessica Reguli and Roderick Trestrail’s East Side home goods, decor and accessories shop. To wit: Native Nashvillian Reguli left town for college and ambled around some afterward, but not only was she drawn back to the warmth of home... Read More

East Nashville News: Film Festival, Otaku South at POP, Holland House and more

  If you’ve so much as tripped onto the Internet over the past day or two, guesses are you’ve seen the story proclaiming our neighborhood’s indie music scene as the finest in the land. So we won’t talk about it. Do wish national publications would take a broader look at us, though, maybe note the fact that we also have the very handsomest dogs in all of... Read More

Sip Cafe and Mike's Ice Cream moving to new location

  Some news for folks who love grabbing a latte and some Mike’s Ice Cream in Riverside Village’s cozy Sip Cafe: It’s about to get a little less cozy.   The Cafe and the Mike’s ice cream-making operation are moving around the way, to a larger space at the corner of Gallatin Road and Ardee, owner Mike Duguay tells... Read More

East Nashville News: openings, closing, bestselling author(?) Todd Snider and more

  This week, we’re hard at work dotting eyes and crossing tees to finish up the May-June issue of The East Nashvillian, on stands soon. But here's a quick pressing of pause, to share a few happenings around the neighborhood.   On to it:   Todd Sniders ‘Mostly Tall Tales’ hits stores   From East Nashvillian contributor... Read More

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