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A Tour Through the 35rd Annual Celebration of Home Tour

  Growing up in a town that was mass-developed in the '70s, I don't often take the uniqueness and diversity of architecture in our neighborhood for granted. There were four different houses in my childhood neighborhood. Hundreds of homes; four different houses. It doesn't take a cookie-cutter-homes upbringing to have a good time ogling Lockeland Springs houses during... Read More

The East Nashvillian's 12 Days of Christmas

As we move into a new year, we have our eyes set on continuing to grow and improve The East Nashvillian. Our goal has always been to reflect the neighborhood we love as creatively, broadly and accurately as possible, and to serve as a mouthpiece, advocate and friend to the residents and businesses of East Nashville. Toward that end, we've put together a readership survey that'll give us a... Read More

Pony Show's Pippin Chapman talks art, craft and handmade culture

  The rise in maker culture is well-represented in East Nashville, from the popularity of born-in-East-Nashville maker market Porter Flea to the many neighborhood shops sharing hand-designed, hand-made items that sure beam a lot more personality, humanity and care than something extruded through a mega-machine. We appreciate that culture particularly around the holidays, when we're... Read More

East Nashville News: Wild Feathers, new spaces, lots more

Happenings around here don't slow down just 'cuz the weather's gone cold (today notwithstanding). Openings, celebrations, local music-makers making national waves -- lots to keep up with. The latest installment of our East Nashville News bites: The Wild Feathers take to the airwaves Know our music issue cover gentlemen, The Wild Feathers? They're racking up successes, just... Read More

Everybody's Talkin' About East Nashville

It's always interesting to get a peek into how you're viewed from afar, and it's felt of late as though many, many eyes have been on Nashville broadly, and East Nashville specifically. Not all of it is all that humble brag-worthy (we get a healthy share of hipster digs), but much of the press is pretty fun to see -- particularly when it's accurate. We've felt suitably... Read More

A Very East Nashville Thanksgiving

Creativity and a drive toward celebration run pretty strong on our side of town, so while we've had visions of traditional turkey dancing in our heads, we've been entertained by some of the Thanksgiving-angled and/or seasonally appropriate dishes popping up at Eastside eateries. While most places in East Nashville (and around town, really) shutter on Thanksgiving Day, we still have... Read More

East Nashvillian of the Year nominees

Members of the Historic East Nashville Merchants Association are wrapping up voting for the latest East Nashvillian of the Year awards Wednesday, Nov. 27. And we'll announce the winners in the January/February edition of The East Nashvillian. You might recognize one of last year's winners -- below, then-HENMA pres Johnny Shields presents the prize to our publisher, Lisa... Read More

East Nashville News: holiday shopping, holiday music, more

Since it's the time of year when most of us are focused on holiday plans, this latest crop of East Nashville News has something of a holiday bent. Perhaps, more than anything, because we hope to save you from Black Friday. Below, some local opportunities to wrap up your gift-hunting, and some live music that'll get you in the mood for roasting chestnuts/Jack Frost/whatnot. On to... Read More

Win tickets to Reinventing Radio: An Evening with Ira Glass

We're gonna go out on a limb here and say that many of our neighbors/readers are fans/avid listeners of public radio. Public Radio, by and large, tends to draw in folks who are creative and intellectually and culturally curious and fond of keeping in touch with the goings-on of the world -- and that, we like to think, has a fair amount of overlap with the culture of East Nashville. So,... Read More

Celebrate fall and help neighbors at East Nashville Harvest Heyday

  You've likely noticed that stuff's been ramping up over at the Shoppes on Fatherland of late. Seasonal stuff. Celebratory stuff. Fun stuff. Stuff meant to engage, entertain and aid the East Nashville community. That's largely the work of Todd Reynolds and Travis Brown, co-founders of East Nashville Events, the crew behind the family-friendly and cutely spooky Halloween... Read More

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