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East Nashville News: GReKo opening, 2616 closing, new East Nashville pet boarding, a Lockeland Table 'Throwdown,' lots more

  Hi neighbors. Opening this installment of the resurrected East Nashville News column with a little housekeeping:   1) Hi, I’m Nicole. I launched this column, wrote it for about four years, and then stopped a few months ago. Returned from the moon as of this week, and am now back at it — but I have a little catching up to do. Please be kind enough to... Read More

This Father’s Day, Celebrate With The American Artisan Festival

  The American Artisan Festival will return for its 43rd year, occupying Centennial Park from June 16-18. The event has become a veritable Music City institution every Father’s Day weekend, bringing together high-quality crafts and fine art and giving visitors a chance to interact with creators and take home something unique. It has been held at Centennial Park for the last 30... Read More

East Nashville News: Verticity Indoor Cycling Studio, Robyn Hitchcock record release at The Beast, Her Bookshop Happy Hour

Our May-June 2017 issue is on the racks. Local psych-rockers All Them Witches are on the cover, The Food Sheriff lays down his laws of the kitchen, and an ode to Charlie Bob’s. Snag a copy on the streets or read the latest issue here. Now on to our East Nashville news: NEW INDOOR CYCLING STUDIO TO OPEN IN EAST NASHVILLE Local fitness entrepreneurs Lindsay Brooker and Kimberly Novosel... Read More

East Nashville News: Bar Rosemary opens it doors, Look East throws a party, “Ghetto” sparks backlash and more

  First things first, a big congratulations are in order for all the Americana Music Association Award nominees, special shout out to Rodney Crowell (March/April  2017 cover), Aaron Lee Tasjan (March/April 2016 cover), Jen Gunderman, Spencer Cullum, Jr. of Steelism (March/April 2015), and Margo Price. In other celebratory-worthy news, our May-June 2017 issue is on the racks. Local... Read More

East Nashville News: The Wabash welcomes WeWork, Taco Fest approaches, a benefit for a local musician battling cancer and more

  This week we’ve got big news from The Wabash, Nashville Taco Fest sizzles this weekend, a benefit for a local musician fighting cancer and plenty more. Here’s the rub: The Wabash welcomes WeWork If you’ve been wondering about the goings on of The Wabash, erected on the corner of Woodland and South Ninth, wonder no more. It’s been announced that the... Read More

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