3 days ago

POP To-Go Begins Serving Up Otaku Ramen Tonight in East Nashville

Located at 604 Gallatin Ave. #202, POP To-Go will offer menus from the Gavigan’s concepts, which currently include...

    POP To-Go Begins Serving Up Otaku Ramen Tonight in East Nashville
    Sarah and Brad Gavigan's East Nashville concept POP is getting new life starting today, as POP To-Go, a pick-up and delivery window, soft opens tonight. Located at 604 Gallatin Ave. #202, POP To-Go will offer menus from the Gavigan's concepts, which currently include Otaku Ramen and Little Octopus.
    https://nashville.eater.com

4 days ago

Irate customer accused of threatening to kill phone store employee

An employee at the Boost Mobile store at 1001 Dickerson Pike, told officers he was scared for his life when the suspect threatened to kill him.

    Irate customer accused of threatening to kill phone store employee
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - A man is in custody after police say he threatened an employee at an east Nashville phone store. An employee at the Boost Mobile store at 1001 Dickerson Pike, told officers he was scared for his life when the suspect threatened to kill him.
    http://wkrn.com

4 days ago

  • Lets Grow Cells!

    Mr. Hunt is asking for $646.86:
    My students need this incubator so that I can offer them hands-on exploration of the microscopic world around us.
    Johnson Learning Center Comment

4 days ago

CRIME & SAFETY ALERT: There have been a serie...

CRIME & SAFETY ALERT: There have been a series of unusual and concerning armed robberies in the Bellevue & Green Hills area over the last week. As District 34 is served by both the Midtown Hills Police Precinct (east of Hillsboro Pike) and the West Police Precinct (west of Hillsboro Pike), I am combining tips and information from both into this post. The West Precinct’s annual community meeting will be on Monday, February 26 at 6:30 PM at the West Precinct at 5500 Charlotte Pike. Councilman Pulley will also have added time for questions with MNPD at his previously scheduled District 25 meeting on February 21st at 5:00 PM at the Hillsboro High School Library. From Sgt. Steve Linn of Metro’s West Police Precinct: “Chief Steve Anderson ordered the formation of a multi-component task force to interdict what may be two separate groups of armed teenagers responsible for auto thefts, violent carjackings and personal robberies in various parts of the city over the past several days. The task force will deploy both overt and covert strategies.” “Nashville and its police department will not tolerate the violent gun crime being exhibited by these teens,” Chief Anderson said. “While we ramp up enforcement strategies, it is time for parents, extended families and other stakeholders to take notice of what is occurring and do their part to stop it.” West Precinct detectives this afternoon are charging Isaiah Lewis, 16, with Wednesday night’s robbery of a 22-year-old female Crestmoor Road salon employee who was confronted while taking out the trash at 8:25 p.m. by two armed black teenagers. They demanded her belongings and pistol whipped her when she refused. Lewis is also being charged with two counts of aggravated robbery by East Precinct detectives. He is accused of taking part in the 8:50 p.m. robbery of a woman at N. 12th Street and Forrest Avenue as she was getting into her vehicle. He is also charged with the 9:25 p.m. robbery of a woman in the 3900 block of Gallatin Pike as she was walking to her car. Lewis was apprehended at 3 a.m. today after Madison Precinct officers saw a stolen Honda Accord in the area of 310 Old Hickory Boulevard. Five teenagers were in the car and fled in multiple directions when they saw police. Officers gave chase and set up a perimeter. Lewis was taken into custody. The other four were not located. A pistol was left in the Honda as well as potential evidence from area robbery cases. Investigations are continuing into three other cases in the Green Hills and surrounding areas last night, including the shooting of a 32-year-old man outside the Green Hills Library on Benham Avenue at 7 p.m. That victim reported that he was approached by two armed black teenagers who demanded his property. He complied, yet was shot in the upper abdomen. The victim’s wife said he frequently went to the library to study. At 8 p.m., a 29-year-old man was robbed by two teenagers with guns as he walked along Horton Avenue near Capers Avenue. After getting his belongings, the teens fled on foot. At 8:35 p.m., two victims, a man and woman, ages 25 and 28, were walking on Benton Avenue when they were approached from behind by two gun-carrying teens with similar descriptions who demanded their belongings. They complied and the teens fled from them on foot. While detectives work to identify all of the teens involved in the rash of robberies, officers throughout the city continue to be on the lookout for 14-year-old Rico Ransom, the suspected shooter in last Friday afternoon’s wounding of Demario Crowder across from Pearl Cohn High School. A Juvenile Court arrest order in relation to an outstanding charge of attempted murder has been issued. Anyone seeing Ransom or knowing where he is staying is asked to immediately contact 615-742-7463 or 615-862-8600. Detectives believe Ransom has at least loose ties to one of the robbery groups. West Precinct detectives are also continuing the investigation into Monday’s shooting of a 26-year-old man during an attempted robbery on Highway 100 at Old Hickory Boulevard, and whether it is related to the other robberies. In that case, the victim’s car was struck from behind by a dark gray sedan. When the victim got out to check on the damage, the gunman, described as a black teenager, got out of the passenger side of the gray car and demanded his belongings. It appears the victim was shot as he attempted to push away from the gunman. The police department has become increasingly concerned at the actions and attitudes of suspected teenage criminals. At 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, a 15-year-old who was preparing to gas up a car that was taken earlier this month in an armed carjacking attempted to draw a fully loaded .40 caliber semi-automatic pistol on an approaching East Precinct Flex officer. The officer struggled with the 15-year-old over the gun, ultimately gaining control of it. The teen ran and was apprehended a short time later by another officer. The 15-year-old and a 17-year-old who remained in the passenger seat of the car remain under investigation in regard to other crimes. From West Precinct: “We understand the growing concern in the community. As always, we ask that community members adhere to the following recommendations: · Pay attention to your surroundings when going to or exiting your parked vehicle. · If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, and do not feel safe in exiting your vehicle, contact 911 immediately. · If you see individuals or activity that you believe are suspicious, please contact the Emergency Communication Center at 615-862-8600 immediately.” From Midtown Hills Precinct: “MNPD will always encourage citizens to Park Smart (this includes locking your vehicle's doors and rolling up the windows AT ALL TIMES, removing ALL items out of sight from your vehicle (including grocery store bags, loose change, phone chargers, jackets, backpacks, etc), take spare keys & handguns into your home, and NEVER leave your vehicle running unattended or with the doors open while you are away from it.” “Be mindful that while waiting for a ride share service (if you are outside) or walking/running please be vigilant. Put your phone down, take your headphones out and focus on your surroundings even if you are with someone. NEVER walk in unlit areas if someone or something makes you feel uneasy, leave the area.” The Council Members of the Green Hills and Bellevue area appreciate that MNPD is intently engaged to address this recent rash of youth crime. Please encourage your neighbors to remain vigilant and stay posted to local news sources for updates from MNPD.

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5 days ago

SHNA Social 2.19.18, at 6:30 pm, Dukes, 1000 Main Str.

SHNA Social 2.19.18, at 6:30 pm, Dukes, 1000 Main Str.

    SHNA Social 2.19.18, at 6:30 pm, Dukes, 1000 Main Str.
    Feb 19th 6:30pm, please join us at Duke's (1000 Main Str) part Deux for our February social meeting.
    http://shelbyhills.wordpress.com

6 days ago

Weekend Round-Up: Tut Style

* Vladopus9 w/Geist Hymn & Terrible at Radio Cafe (4150 Gallatin Pike)

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* Modern Culture feat. Key!, Ducko McFli, YGTut & more at The Nations Warehouse (1211 57th Ave. N.)

* Phangs Album Release at Rooted (62 Hermitage Ave.)

    Weekend Round-Up: Tut Style
    Photo: Gonzo the Great Salutations, Creamsters, and a happy Friday to ya. For good or ill, 95 years ago today English archaeologist Howard Carter opened the sealed burial chamber of the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun in Thebes.
    https://www.nashvillescene.com

6 days ago

Free flu shots offered across Tennessee Friday

East Health Center  1015 East Trinity Lane

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Lentz Health center   2500 Charlotte Ave.

Woodbine Health Center  224 Oriel Ave.

    Free flu shots offered across Tennessee Friday
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Health Departments across the state of Tennessee will offer flu shots Friday free of charge. Free flu shots will be available from 11 a.m to 1 p.m. at every location with no appointment necessary. The Lentz Health Center will hold a special walk-in clinic from 11 a.m to 1 p.m.
    http://wkrn.com

6 days ago

3 teens arrested after crashing stolen car in East Nashville

Police said the vehicle was hit by another car at the intersection of South 6th Street and Fatherland Street.

    3 teens arrested after crashing stolen car in East Nashville
    Three juveniles are in custody after they crashed a stolen car in East Nashville.
    http://www.wsmv.com

6 days ago

6 days ago

Metro police arrest 3 juveniles after carjacking

Police said they attempted to pull over a stolen vehicle at S. 6th Street and Fatherland Street, when the juveniles crashed the car.

    Metro police arrest 3 juveniles after carjacking
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Metro police said three juveniles are in custody after an attempted carjacking. Police said they attempted to pull over a stolen vehicle at S. 6th Street and Fatherland Street, when the juveniles crashed the car. Metro officers said they used MNPD aviation, canines, and officers from other components of the police department.
    http://wkrn.com

6 days ago

Dear Neighbors, the following was issued by M...

Dear Neighbors, the following was issued by MNPD in regard to the recent rash of aggressive robberies... Chief Steve Anderson today ordered the formation of a multi-component task force to interdict what may be two separate groups of armed teenagers responsible for auto thefts, violent carjackings and personal robberies in various parts of the city over the past several days. The task force will deploy both overt and covert strategies. “Nashville and its police department will not tolerate the violent gun crime being exhibited by these teens,” Chief Anderson said. “While we ramp up enforcement strategies, it is time for parents, extended families and other stakeholders to take notice of what is occurring and do their part to stop it.” West Precinct detectives this afternoon are charging Isaiah Lewis, 16, with Wednesday night’s robbery of a 22-year-old female Crestmoor Road salon employee who was confronted while taking out the trash at 8:25 p.m. by two armed black teenagers. They demanded her belongings and pistol whipped her when she refused. Lewis is also being charged with two counts of aggravated robbery by East Precinct detectives. He is accused of taking part in the 8:50 p.m. robbery of a woman at N. 12th Street and Forrest Avenue as she was getting into her vehicle. He is also charged with the 9:25 p.m. robbery of a woman in the 3900 block of Gallatin Pike as she was walking to her car. Lewis was apprehended at 3 a.m. today after Madison Precinct officers saw a stolen Honda Accord in the area of 310 Old Hickory Boulevard. Five teenagers were in the car and fled in multiple directions when they saw police. Officers gave chase and set up a perimeter. Lewis was taken into custody. The other four were not located. A pistol was left in the Honda as well as potential evidence from area robbery cases. Investigations are continuing into three other cases in the Green Hills and surrounding areas last night, including the shooting of a 32-year-old man outside the Green Hills Library on Benham Avenue at 7 p.m. That victim reported that he was approached by two armed black teenagers who demanded his property. He complied, yet was shot in the upper abdomen. The victim’s wife said he frequently went to the library to study. At 8 p.m., a 29-year-old man was robbed by two teenagers with guns as he walked along Horton Avenue near Capers Avenue. After getting his belongings, the teens fled on foot. At 8:35 p.m., two victims, a man and woman, ages 25 and 28, were walking on Benton Avenue when they were approached from behind by two gun-carrying teens with similar descriptions who demanded their belongings. They complied and the teens fled from them on foot. While detectives work to identify all of the teens involved in the rash of robberies, officers throughout the city continue to be on the lookout for 14-year-old Rico Ransom, the suspected shooter in last Friday afternoon’s wounding of Demario Crowder across from Pearl Cohn High School. A Juvenile Court arrest order in relation to an outstanding charge of attempted murder has been issued. Anyone seeing Ransom or knowing where he is staying is asked to immediately contact 615-742-7463 or 615-862-8600. Detectives believe Ransom has at least loose ties to one of the robbery groups. West Precinct detectives are also continuing the investigation into Monday’s shooting of a 26-year-old man during an attempted robbery on Highway 100 at Old Hickory Boulevard, and whether it is related to the other robberies. In that case, the victim’s car was struck from behind by a dark gray sedan. When the victim got out to check on the damage, the gunman, described as a black teenager, got out of the passenger side of the gray car and demanded his belongings. It appears the victim was shot as he attempted to push away from the gunman. The police department has become increasingly concerned at the actions and attitudes of suspected teenage criminals. At 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, a 15-year-old who was preparing to gas up a car that was taken earlier this month in an armed carjacking attempted to draw a fully loaded .40 caliber semi-automatic pistol on an approaching East Precinct Flex officer. The officer struggled with the 15-year-old over the gun, ultimately gaining control of it. The teen ran and was apprehended a short time later by another officer. The 15-year-old and a 17-year-old who remained in the passenger seat of the car remain under investigation in regard to other crimes. On Wednesday afternoon, two West Precinct officers, who had just transported a 15-year-old alleged burglar to juvenile detention, were told by the teen, “I empty my Glock when I see you on my block.” One of the officers asked him what he meant. The teen replied, “I’m going to empty my Glock into your car and (other officer’s name) car and kill your families.”

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6 days ago

Rep. John Ray Clemmons is at Cayce Family Hea...

‪When evaluating healthcare policy, I rely heavily on the input of experienced & knowledgeable healthcare providers across Nashville. Today I visited w/ dedicated professionals at Neighborhood Health at Cayce Place to discuss ways to address our opioid crisis.

    Rep. John Ray Clemmons
    ‪When evaluating healthcare policy, I rely heavily on the input of experienced & knowledgeable healthcare providers across Nashville. Today I visited w/ dedicated professionals at Neighborhood Health...
    https://www.facebook.com

Feb 15

Feb 15

Woman collecting pictures of every U.S. servicemember killed in the Vietnam War needs Tennessee's help

Randolph T. Hicks 1946-1965 McEwen

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Kenneth W. Martin 1947-1970 Manchester

Eddie Kelly, Jr. 1947-1968 Antioch

Charles E. Clark 1942-1967 Jackson

Willie G. Cooper 1946-1968 Jackson

Thermon H. Emory, Jr. 1938-1970 Jackson

John H. Taylor 1948-1969 Jackson

Ernest L. Brown, Jr. 1934-1970 Clarksville

Robert D. Jenkins 1944-1967 Clarksville

Irvin E. Martin 1949-1969 Clarksville

Gene O. Merriweather 1947-1969 Clarksville

Alvin R. Stovall, Jr. 1950-1969 Clarksville

    Woman collecting pictures of every U.S. servicemember killed in the Vietnam War needs Tennessee's help
    For six-and-a-half years, a woman 4,000 miles away from Tennessee has given her heart to preserving the memory of the more than 58,000 Americans killed in the Vietnam War. Now she needs help from the Volunteer State. "My entire high school years was Vietnam," said Janna Hoehn, speaking to News4 from her home in Hawaii.
    http://www.wsmv.com

Feb 15

Police: Juvenile in stolen car tried to draw gun on officer

According to Metro Nashville police, around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, an East Precinct officer noticed a silver Hyundai Sonata with a Florida tag at the gas pumps at Z-Mart, 803 Dickerson Pike.

    Police: Juvenile in stolen car tried to draw gun on officer
    CLOSE Two teenagers have been charged after police say a 15-year-old attempted to draw a gun on an approaching officer. According to Metro Nashville police, around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, an East Precinct officer noticed a silver Hyundai Sonata with a Florida tag at the gas pumps at Z-Mart, 803 Dickerson Pike.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Feb 14

Metro health centers offers free flu shots daily

East Health Center  1015 East Trinity Lane

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Lentz Health center   2500 Charlotte Ave.

Woodbine Health Center  224 Oriel Ave.

    Metro health centers offers free flu shots daily
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Local emergency rooms are seeing the largest number of people with flu-like symptoms yet this season. The Metro Health Department says it's not too late to get a flu shot, and it's free at three health centers across Nashville.
    http://wkrn.com

Feb 14

Metro Public Health Department offering free flu shots

East Health Center, 1015 East Trinity Lane

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Lentz Health Center, 2500 Charlotte Ave.

Woodbine Health Center, 224 Oriel Ave.

    Metro Public Health Department offering free flu shots
    The Metro Public Health Department is offering free flu shots at a special walk-in clinic later this week. The walk-in clinic will be open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Lentz Health Center on Friday. Health officials are urging the public that it's not too late to get a flu shot.
    http://www.wsmv.com

Feb 14

Things to do: Magic, 'Matter,' 'Monologues' top weekend picks

It runs Feb. 19-26 at the former Inglewood United Methodist Church, 3511 Gallatin Pike, Nashville. All performances are at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15, available at biglovenashville.com or www.eventbrite.com/e/big-love-a-play-sort-of-tickets-42213147661.

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It runs Friday-Sunday at TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St., Nashville. Performances are at 8 p.m. Friday; 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday; 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets start at $25, available through tpac.org or 615-782-4040.

The presentation begins at 3 p.m. Saturday and is free. Zeitgeist is at 516 Hagan St. #100.  

The performance is at 7 p.m. Friday (doors open at 5 p.m.) at The City Winery, 609 Lafayette St., Nashville. Tickets are $25-$40, available at www.citywinery.com/nashville/vaginamonologues021618.html.

...Friday through Feb. 26 at The 4th Story Theater at West End United Methodist Church, 2200 West End Ave., Nashville. Performances are at 7 p.m. Fridays; 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets...

Leu Art Gallery is at 1900 Belmont Blvd.  Its hours are 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 1- 5 p.m. Sunday.  Admission is free.  

Cheekwood is at 1200 Forrest Park Dr.  Its hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday.   

    Things to do: Magic, 'Matter,' 'Monologues' top weekend picks
    Featuring the remarkable talents of five of the most incredible illusionists on earth, this mind-blowing exhibition has shattered box office records around the world. Packed with astonishing magic tricks and breathtaking stunts, "The Illusionists -Live from Broadway" is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Feb 14

Eateries Come Together to Launch Inaugural East Nashville Restaurant Week

Butcher & Bee, 902 Main St.

Fort Louise, 1304 McGavock Pike

Treehouse, 1011 Clearview Ave.

Two Ten Jack, 1900 Eastland Ave. No. 105

Peninsula, 1035 W. Eastland Ave.

Café Roze, 1115 Porter Road

Margot Café, 1017 Woodland St.

TKO, 4204 Gallatin Pike

Urban Cowboy Public House, 1603 Woodland St.

Rudie’s Seafood & Sausage, 1402 McGavock Pike

    Eateries Come Together to Launch Inaugural East Nashville Restaurant Week
    A group of popular East Nashville restaurants have come together to create the very first East Nashville Restaurant Week, which will run Feb. 26-March 4. Not to be confused with Nashville Originals' biannual Nashville Restaurant Week (but it probably will be anyway), this event focuses on restaurants that are not - as some East Nashvillians refer to the West Side - "on the mainland."
    https://www.nashvillescene.com

Feb 13

  • Guided Reading for Growing Minds

    Mrs. Plever is asking for $451.46:
    My students need leveled books that they are interested in! This cart represents books at most students' levels that students will enjoy which will increase their love of reading!
    KIPP Kirkpatrick Elementary School Comment

Feb 13

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