East Side Buzz: Retrograde Coffee, East Nashville Dental Co., Good Wood's move, more

  New coffee, old wood, fresh teeth: This week's Buzz has everything.   Here's the latest East Nashville news:   Retrograde Coffee coming to Dickerson   More good news for the 37207-ers: A new coffee shop is in the works at 1305 Dickerson Pike, just off Douglas Ave., led by a team of longtime players in the East Nashville business... Read More

Bringing Art Home

Harding Art Show features East Nashvillian Troy Duff   Artists from around the country will converge in May on Harding Academy, in celebration of the 43rd Annual Harding Art Show. This year, one artist they’ll get to see is East Nashvillian Troy Duff, a popular graffiti artist who is one of the more than 70 artists to be featured in the juried competition. “He’ll be... Read More

Video premiere: Scot Sax's 'Where Do You Go To Cry'

  Back in March, we premiered the video for “Yoko Said It,” a new single from Grammy-winning East Nashville songwriter/singer/author/filmmaker Scot Sax.   We also mentioned that he was working on a new full-length, Drawing From Memory, due out on Record Store Day, which happens to be this Saturday, April 21.   To tip toward/celebrate its... Read More

East Side Buzz: Music City Hemp Store open, Thrive closing, Teresa Mason talks Wilburn Street, BE-Hive Deli & Market coming soon, lots more

    Fun look ahead: We’re working on our May/June issue, and it’s set to have something of an Outlaw slant — Margo Price on the cover, an in-depth profile of the ’70s "Outlaw" movement in the mix, told through the personal accounts of country music legend Bobby Bare, plus lots, lots more.   We’ll guess that... Read More

East Side Buzz: Candle Bar opens, changes at Papacito, The Growcery and more

  April kicked off on a fun note this year in East Nashville, with the unveiling of the Bongo Hotel, “a Luxury 83 Story Luxury Hotel” with self-driving elevators and selfie stations and baby goat yoga on every floor. Thanks for the April-fools and the lulz, Bongo Java.   Elsewhere, openings and changes at lots of local businesses, as always. The latest East Nashville... Read More

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