East Nashville News: Dino's, Halloween night options, more

  Some civic-duty stuff to think about for starters this week: The State and Federal General Election is coming up Tuesday, Nov. 4, and we’re voting for a mix of jobs and issues, among them the much-talked-about Amendment 1, regarding abortion rights. You can view a sample ballot online, and dig through info from both “No on 1” and “Yes on 1” camps... Read More

East Nashville's Prema shares global artifacts at big fall sale

  There are plenty of places to buy furniture and home decor in Nashville, but there aren’t many places like East Nashville’s Préma, a corner nook in the Porter East development that traffics in “global artifacts, fine art and one-of-a-kind accessories.” More specifically, that means late 19th century Chinese chairs crafted with merchant-class... Read More

East Nashville News: free Five Points Pizza, lots of openings, more

  A friendly and fun reminder to start off this week’s roundup: We’re smack in the middle of East Nashvillian of the Year nomination time, and the Historic East Nashville Merchants Association would love to hear your opinions on which neighbors really deserve the honor this year.   There are two categories: business or business owner (nominate the one you... Read More

Celebrate the Day of the Dead in East Nashville with Tequila Festival

  We grown folks get our share of parties and such, but, particularly for those of us with kids, Halloween becomes, by and large, the domain of the young. The days immediately after Halloween, however, can be another story.    November 1 and 2 bring El Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead: two days of festivities honoring the dead celebrated throughout... Read More

East Nashville News: Worm's Way closing, Walk Eat Nashville launches, more

  It’s been quite the busy week around here. The headbutting East Nashville goat was found and rehomed, we won best neighborhood in Best of Nashville again (and many, many East Nashville names took their own bests) and some of us got up real early to see a blood moon. Lotsa good times.   Plus, we just launched a new giveaway that'll be of particular... Read More

Bark For Life of East Nashville quick facts

  On Saturday, Oct. 18, East Nashville hosts its first Bark for Life event, with dogs and dog lovers crowding into Pavilion East for an afternoon of fun and fundraising.   If you’re not familiar with Bark for Life, here’s the CliffsNotes: It’s a national fundraising effort for the American Cancer Society, focused on celebrating cancer survivors and... Read More

East Nashville News: Rich Hippies, Pisapia Love-ins and more

  This week, some new businesses — from kids’ clothes to a private eye — some openings and some very worthwhile places to be.   On to our latest bit of East Nashville news:   Rich Hippies coming to East Nashville   Parents/friends and loved ones of parents: Your local options for cool kids’ clothes are about to... Read More

Halloween in East Nashville

  Welcome to October, and the onset of all things spooky and weird. (Or, well, the continuation of weird, but the onset of spooky.)   As with other years, there’s plenty planned in the neighborhood this month to celebrate Halloween/scary stuff, and we’ll doubtlessly see more opportunities to trick/treat/don costumes/get frightful before October 31.... Read More

East Nashville News: Cult Fiction Underground moving, get your music on HGTV, more

  If you have a few moments to pull yourself away from basking in autumn, a little bit of new East Nashville news to peruse:   Cult Fiction Underground is moving   For several years now, Logue’s Black Raven Emporium and Cult Fiction Underground have been sharing vintage and artisan wares upstairs, movies and various other events downstairs in the... Read More

Good Wood Nashville talks reclaimed lumber and East Nashville

photo: Nicole Keiper   As prevalent as reclaimed wood is these days — from restaurant walls to residential floors — you’d think the raw materials were easy to come by. You would be very, very wrong, according to Good Wood Nashville founder Dave Puncochar.   When he and his wife Jenny purchased a foreclosed, 102-year-old Victorian near 5 Points... Read More

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