East Side Buzz: Roxy Theater revamp, Two Son closing, Kettner Coffee Supply, Will Hoge’s ‘American Dream’ coming home, more

  Biggest thing on our end this week: The new, first-ever Food & Drink Issue is here! We have features on Margot Cafe & Bar, Sweet 16th Bakery, Shugga Hi Café, Nashville Craft Distillery, Lyra, Lockeland Table, eDESIa, Rosepepper Cantina, The Treehouse, and so much more, along with an East Nashville Cookbook filled with food and drink recipes from some of our... Read More

Kettner Coffee Supply coming to The Eastland in East Nashville

  Another new East Nashville caffeine provider is on the way: Kettner Coffee Supply, a new concept from public relations pro and hospitality vet Hannah Schneider, is aiming for an early 2019 opening at 1035 W. Eastland Ave., Ste 1045, in the mixed-use Eastland complex.   Schneider, who helmed Sylvan Heights spot Salt & Vine and runs PR firm Hannah Schneider... Read More

East Side Buzz: an East Nashville Publix possibility, East Nashvillian of the Year nomination call, Ornaments 2018 return, Bill Martin’s building for sale, more

  Lots to know this week, from an East Nashvillian of the Year nomination call to the Ornaments’ holiday-season return, Dee’s’ second birthday and a whole lot more. Like Puuuuuuuuubliiiiiiiiiiix fiiiiiiiiinally!?!?!?!?   On to the latest East Nashville news:   A Publix location in East Nashville?   Let’s not... Read More

Stay Golden restaurant and cafe opening in East Nashville

  Coming in November to the Wabash building in East Nashville, at 901 Woodland St., Ste. 101: restaurant and cafe Stay Golden, a sister spot to the Stay Golden Restaurant & Roastery, which opened in Berry Hill this August.   Like its predecessor, the Stay Golden here on the East Side is set to offer an all-day menu of seasonally focused food, plus coffee and... Read More

East Side Buzz: ‘Buddies on the Beat’ benefit with Jay Weinberg and friends, Solstice Intimates, Nashville Design Week and more

    This week, we have drummers helping buddies, high-style skivvies, big fun for design lovers and lots more. (We’re also hard at work on the upcoming Food & Drink issue, coming soon. If you want an ad in there, hit Lisa at   On to the latest East Nashville news:   Drummer Jay Weinberg boosts... Read More

How John Prine and others drew The Whiskey Gentry’s Lauren Morrow to East Nashville

  I never intended to move to Nashville. An Atlanta native by birth and proud lover of the city, I thought I had everything I needed there.    Last summer, I realized I was wrong.    It was spring 2017 and my band, The Whiskey Gentry, had just released our third studio record Dead Ringer. We’d put all our chips in that record’s... Read More

Maybe We’re Broken

But there’s a hopefulness in the music Los Colognes delivers Jay Rutherford is not one to shy away from heavy philosophical musings, but he wraps them up in pitch-perfect, pop packaging that lures the listener into the fray. This is especially so on last year’s The Wave, the band’s third record to date. The understated, laid-back production on the latest offering from... Read More

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