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East Nashville News: Duke's open, Jeni's closed, Pepperfire's on TV and more

  This week, we’re giving away passes to the 27th annual Nashville Pride Festival, and talking about some openings and records and chicken-y good times.   On to the latest bit of East Nashville News:   The BEAST and Duke’s are open   A duo of fun neighborhood openings this week: New venue The Basement East and bar/restaurant... Read More

Win passes for the 27th annual Nashville Pride Festival

  The entertainment lineup for the 27th annual Nashville Pride Festival, set for June 26-27 in Public Square Park, was announced this morning, and it’s another style-spanning mix.   Taking the stage: dreamy pop outfit St. Lucia, Aussie duo The Veronicas, singer/actress MYA, DJ/producer Cazwell, country-soul singer Shelly Fairchild and many others. (For the full... Read More

Nashville Film Festival: “HOMELESS” Interview with Clay Riley Hassler

Nashville Film Festival: “HOMELESS” Interview with Clay Riley Hassler    We recently had the pleasure of talking with director and fellow East Nashvillian Clay Riley Hassler about his latest film “HOMELESS.” Hassler and his wife, Tif, beat the indie filmmaking odds with this successful drama. The crew shot the film in 25 days with a $12,000 budget... Read More

Nashville Film Festival: "Runoff"

Nashville Film Festival: "Runoff" Interview with Director Kimberly Levin  In preparation for the upcoming Nashville Film Festival, we spoke with Kimberly Levin, who makes her directorial debut with “Runoff.” The suspenseful drama explores the pressures of small town farms; more specifically, what goes into our water and who puts it there. It’s a... Read More

WXNA-FM — Build It and It Will Rock!

WXNA-FM — Build It and It Will Rock! By Randy Fox When I moved to Nashville in 1986, one of the aspects of Music City that most appealed to me was the opportunity to listen to WRVU-FM, 91 Rock. I can still remember the excitement of driving down West End one day and hearing a Sex Pistols song played back-to-back with a Patsy Cline classic. It wasn’t just the free-form,... Read More

Andrew Combs Talks with The East Nashvillian

ANDREW COMBS Big Boots to Fill            “Ain’t no chance if you don’t take it.”            Guy Clark — “Picasso’s Mandolin” If you’ve been around Nashville long enough you’re bound to have gotten word of Andrew Combs. His recent album, All These Dreams, features Spencer Cullum, Jr. of Nashville-based band Steelism and has received praised... Read More

East Nashville News: Turnip Truck, Top O' Woodland, Basement East and more

  Remember how just a few years ago we’d see a fawning national press story about East Nashville and be all, “Wheeeeeeeeee!”? Hands up: Who saw this week’s "East Nashville is the hippest part of town” AP story, which ran in the Washington Post and a host of other publications, and didn’t echo our friend Amanda Reece, here: ”Stop... Read More

Taking it Easy with The Apache Relay

Taking it Easy with The Apache Relay We recently had the pleasure of talking with Michael Ford Jr., guitarist and vocalist for Nashville based rock ‘n’ roll band The Apache Relay. The band began with Michael and his brother, Ben, while Michael was attending Belmont University. In Nashville, Michael picked up some band members, took a break from school, and set sail for the... Read More

Win tickets to the 6th Annual Pink Tie Affair

  The 6th Annual Pink Tie Affair is set for Saturday, April 18 on the rooftop deck of the First Tennessee building downtown, with local food, ’90s hits from My So-Called Band, drinks from Fat Bottom Brewing and Angel’s Envy, dancing, a silent auction and more, all benefiting the Nashville Area American Cancer Society and helping to further their important work. This... Read More

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