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

Nashville Community Darkroom proves film isn't dead

  With all the quick phone-photo snapping/deleting/retaking we do day to day, it’s easy to forget that even amateur photography used to be a much more tangible, more permanent thing. In the days before the Valencia filter, we waited patiently to see the photos we took, then treasured the good shots in carefully arranged books.   The beauty of film photography... Read More

Tim Carroll and ‘Midnight Orange’ lay down serious rock & roll Fridays at The 5 Spot

On a recent Friday evening at The 5 Spot, it’s 10 minutes past the start of happy hour and the joint is already jumpin’. Onstage, singer-songwriter-guitar slinger Tim Carroll and “an assemblage of true rock stars,” as one patron describes them in a post on Facebook, are just getting warmed up for 2 1/2 hours of arena-worthy rock & roll. “Best Happy Hour in... Read More

East Nashville News: mumblings from Mitchell, star chef at POP, lots more

  We’re inadvertently food-focused this week, with news about new fooderies, fun events at already-open fooderies, food trucks, beer drinking… These are all things that don’t seem to be frowned upon in East Nashville, so we’ll go with it.   On to the latest crop of East Nashville news bits:   Rudie’s Seafood And Sausage,... Read More

Lower summer energy bills with tips from Nashville Home Energy

  Come summer, we’re kinda justified for taking many an opportunity to complain in Middle Tennessee. It’s too hot. It’s too soupy. Our utility bills could buy us a fairly well-maintained used car.   We can’t help with the first two, but for the third, we had a thought toward helping nudge 'em a little. The... Read More

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

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