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East Nashville News: Margo Price helps trim the Nashville tree, local kids on the Nutcracker stage, Urban Cowboy Public House, more

  This week… we need a drink. And a little cheer.   Some East-related holiday tidings (this year, it’s OK to try and move into merry mode early, right?), plus a new festival that harks back to simpler times and simple beers, a new bar and more.   The latest East Nashville News:   Margo Price helps light up the Christmas... Read More

East Nashville News: Halloween 2016 happenings and more

  This week’s our country’s annual celebration of all things spooky, and, as with most holidays, you needn’t cross the river to find an appropriate, good hang. Most of this week’s East Nashville News lays out your options for Halloween revelry, but we have a few other bits thrown in for good measure, too.   On to it:   Halloween... Read More

Taking Root workshop will dig deep on your Nashville tree questions

  What can be done to help save Nashville's disappearing urban canopy?   East Nashvillian and District 6 beautification and environment commissioner Jim Gregory will have your answer as well as answers to a host of other tree-related questions at the inaugural Taking Root Community Tree Workshop this weekend across the river in Sylvan Park.   Taking... Read More

East Nashville News: Steluta coming soon, Dualtone's Chuck Berry LP, Perk & Cork closing, more

  Quick things to note for starters: There are two fantastic fests coming up in the neighborhood, and we’re giving away tickets to both.   First: The inaugural Athens of the South Music and Arts Festival goes down this Saturday, Oct. 22 at East Park, with a slew of Nashville-based musicians, artists, filmmakers and others showing off our city’s creative... Read More

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