East Nashville News: Bella's new owners, Maple and Eggs, Indian food and more

  Lots of exciting East Nashville business news this week, from new places coming to changes at established spaces. Plus, we’ve got some music set to moving pictures and lots more.   On to it:   Frothy Monkey takes over Bella Bakery   Local coffee-shop mini chain Frothy Monkey added a new business to its growing family this month,... Read More

Win tickets to hear the Nashville Symphony perform 'Symphonie Fantastique'

  On Friday, May 15, Giancarlo Guerrero and the Nashville Symphony will perform Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique, a “musical fever dream that travels from the depths of despair to the heights of ecstasy,” and the Symphony folks have been generous enough to invite a lucky East Nashvillian reader and a guest to attend.    That lucky winner... Read More

The Second Annual East Nashville Chicken Chase Takes Off

Come on down to The Pavilion East this Mother’s Day weekend for a community celebration of moms and, well, chickens! The 2nd Annual East Nashville Chicken Chase and Hot Hen Hoedown will take place Friday May 8 and Saturday May 9. Friday tickets benefit the Nashville Clean Water Project and Saturday’s events are free and open to the public. Inside the Pavilion's Greenway will... Read More

Win tickets to A Taste of the Wild Wild East!

  This year’s East Nashville Chicken Chase and Hot Hen Hoedown kicks off this Friday, May 8, with A Taste of the Wild Wild East, a ticketed event with food from 8 Lavender Lane, moonshine and whiskey tastings, a cigar lounge from East Siders Smokers Abbey and lots of other fun.    Thanks to the generous organizers, we’ll be sending four lucky East... Read More

Relay for Life: Join Us May 2 in Cumberland Park

11am-11pm  Join us, Saturday May 2, in Cumberland Park for The American Cancer Association’s largest fundraising event Relay for Life. “Relay For Life is an event that includes everyone,” says Alexandra Alvarez, Community Manager at Nashville’s Relay for Life. The 12-hour fundraising event welcomes the community to celebrate people who have battled cancer, remember... Read More

East Nashville News: new face in Edgefield Restaurant's place, East Side Quest and more

  We start this week’s East Nashville news column on a sad note.   East Nashville is mourning a friendly and dedicated restaurateur and beloved member of the community this week: Pied Piper Eatery owner Becky Piper passed away after battling an aggressive form of cancer, her family announced Thursday.   Her restaurant is open at 1601 Riverside Dr.,... Read More

Turbo Fruits Serve Up a Broader, More Mature Sound on 'No Control'

  On Turbo Fruits’ first two albums, the band made its mark with an invigorating brand of garage-punk built on the aggressive, riff-heavy songwriting of founder and front man Jonas Stein, aka Jo-Nasty. But with the addition of lead guitarist Kingsley Brock prior to recording their third album, 2012’s Butter, they began to expand their sonic horizons. Now, on their new... Read More

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

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