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East Nashville News: A special Music City Roots for Tommy Womack and more

  Obviously, the biggest thing going in East Nashville this week (nay, the city, if we’re not counting the election) is the Tomato Art Fest. Our latest issue has a ton of Tomato fun, from a chat with cofounder Meg MacFadyen to a fest map and lots more.   We’ll, of course, see you at the fest. But while we gird ourselves for fruigetable fun, figured... Read More

East Nashville News: Shelby Park Picture Show, Eric Church pop-up, more

  We’re kicking off this week’s East Nashville News column with a pretty awesome addition to the stuff-to-do scene in the neighborhood. Lots more, too, from HGTVing to another Eric Church pop-up stop.   On to this week’s East Nashville News:   Say hello to the Shelby Park Picture Show   Love an outdoor movie? Love not... Read More

Enter to win tickets to see Jill Scott at Ascend Amphitheater

  R&B voice Jill Scott is hitting the road in support of her new album, Woman, and she’ll be here in Nashville on Wednesday, August 5, to play at Ascend Amphitheater. More fun: We’re sending a lucky East Nashvillian reader and their guest to the show.   Enter through the form below to win a pair of tickets. We’ll choose and announce a random... Read More

Video: East Nashville Metro Council Candidate Forum

On Wednesday, July 22, District 5 Metro Council candidates Sarah Martin and Scott Davis and District 6 candidates Brett Withers and Peter Westerholm met with the East Nashville community to talk about plans and platforms, during a candidate forum presented by HENMA and The East Nashvillian and moderated by State Representative Bill Beck. Missed it, or want a refresher on the discussion?... Read More

Enter to win tickets to see Counting Crows at Ascend Amphitheater!

Longstanding pop crew Counting Crows heads back to Nashville on Friday, August 7 to headline a show at the new Ascend Amphitheater, with Citizen Cope and Hollis Brown opening, and we’re sending a lucky East Nashvillian reader and their guest to the show.   Enter through the form below to win a pair of tickets. We’ll choose and announce a random winner on Monday,... Read More

East Nashville News: Turnip Truck has a Field Day, Madeline hangs 'em up and more

  This week, we’re getting stoked about more affordable natural foods, getting bummed about a really great local cafe closing, getting zen with coloring books and more.   On to this week’s East Nashville News:   Turnip Truck launches line of affordable food staples   Eating healthier food can have its challenges —... Read More

East Nashville News: Cornelia Fort Pickin’ Parties, Sunset Concert Series, Half Christmas Beer Fest and more

  First things first: The new issue of The East Nashvillian will be on stands and online imminently — it might be making the rounds as you’re reading this.    This one — the 2015 installment of our annual Tomato Art Fest issue — brings a serious milestone for us, too. It’s our biggest issue ever, and with it, we can officially tick... Read More

Enter to win tickets to see My So-Called Band and Guilty Pleasures at the Schermerhorn!

  On Friday, July 17, two of Nashville’s best-loved tribute bands — ’90s hit herders My So-Called Band and ’80s pop providers Guilty Pleasures — are hitting the stage at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center for a one-night-only show with a string section. And we’re excited to be able to send two East Nashvillian readers and their guests to see... Read More

Get ready for the Thirth of July

  A neighbor recently reminisced about her first experience with The Thirth of July — watching a big crowd of neighbors eating, drinking and celebrating at the big block party, she remembered thinking how cool it looked, and how she wished she was invited. Turned out she was invited — we all are, every year. Lesson learned, and definitely not... Read More

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