5 days ago

2 arrested in Franklin after shooting at teen, evading police

Police responded to a call in the 300 block of 9th Ave. N around 1:15 a.m. Thursday morning after a report of shots fired.

    2 arrested in Franklin after shooting at teen, evading police
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Two people were arrested after police said they shot at a teenager and then evaded police. Police responded to a call in the 300 block of 9th Ave. N around 1:15 a.m. Thursday morning after a report of shots fired.
    http://wkrn.com

Feb 14

Overhauling Broadway: Whole Foods, new nightlife to remake Nashville's gateway

...Highwoods Properties, among the city's largest office landlords, has not determined its plans for 1100 Broadway, home to the Tennessean. Asurion tech solutions company will move into two new buildings closer...

...to the Tennessean. Asurion tech solutions company will move into two new buildings closer to Church Street and 11th Avenue North, part of the $50-plus million transaction that closed earlier this month...

    Overhauling Broadway: Whole Foods, new nightlife to remake Nashville's gateway
    CLOSE For decades, those exiting Interstate 40 onto Broadway have been welcomed by car lots, a gas station, a McDonald's and the city's daily newspaper, The Tennessean, as they headed for more refined and more dense areas further downtown or in Midtown. In the next few years, the aesthetics will be markedly different.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Feb 12

10 questions with Union Station Hotel’s new executive chef Jim O’Connor

1001 Broadway, Nashville 

    10 questions with Union Station Hotel's new executive chef Jim O'Connor
    CLOSE Jim O'Connor Executive chef at Carter's Inside Union Station Hotel 1001 Broadway, Nashville www.unionstationhotelnashville.com Executive Chef Jim O'Connor comes to Nashville's Union Station Hotel from his native Long Island in New York, but by way of College Grove, Tenn.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Feb 07

Asurion to create 400 new jobs, move to Tennessean site downtown

Asurion employs 3,100 Tennesseans at four existing buildings in Middle Tennessee and will move local employees to the 1100 Broadway location. 

    Asurion to create 400 new jobs, move to Tennessean site downtown
    CLOSE Asurion, a Nashville-based tech solutions company, will create 400 information technology jobs as it consolidates its headquarters downtown at the current site of The Tennessean. Asurion employs 3,100 Tennesseans at four existing buildings in Middle Tennessee and will move local employees to the 1100 Broadway location.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Feb 07

Asurion, retail space to occupy development on downtown Tennessean property

Asurion, a technology solutions company, plans to consolidate its four existing buildings in Nashville into a single location at the 1100 Broadway site.

The property is located near other major developments, including a Whole Foods-anchored, mixed-use project planned for the former Mazda dealership at 12th Avenue and Broadway, and the $1 billion-plus Nashville Yards site at the 15-acre former LifeWay campus. 

    Asurion, retail space to occupy development on downtown Tennessean property
    CLOSE Highwoods Properties, the buyer of The Tennessean's 10-acre downtown property, announced Tuesday that a tech company will move into the space once it's redeveloped. Asurion, a technology solutions company, plans to consolidate its four existing buildings in Nashville into a single location at the 1100 Broadway site.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Feb 06

5 fabulous chocolate dishes to try in Nashville

123 12th Ave. S.

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801 Clark Place

1808 West End Ave.

719 Eighth Ave. S.

    5 fabulous chocolate dishes to try in Nashville
    CLOSE I've decided to designate George Clooney as my emotional support animal. The way I understand it, all I would have to do is put a bright orange vest on him and I could take him anywhere. It's the LAW.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Feb 06

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Feb 06

Principal buyer closes deal for Tennessean site

Raleigh, N.C.-based Highwoods, one of Nashville's biggest office landlords, is buying the property along with investor Jim Caden, whose closing date has not been set. The two buyers were selected in July to negotiate a contract for the 1100 Broadway site.

The property is located near other major developments, including a Whole Foods-anchored, mixed-use project planned for the former Mazda dealership at 12th Avenue and Broadway, and the $1 billion-plus Nashville Yards site at the 15-acre former LifeWay campus. 

    Principal buyer closes deal for Tennessean site
    CLOSE The Tennessean has closed the sale of its 10-acre downtown property with its principal buyer, Highwoods Properties. Raleigh, N.C.-based Highwoods, one of Nashville's biggest office landlords, is buying the property along with investor Jim Caden, whose closing date has not been set.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Feb 05

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Jan 25

LIVE at the gubernatorial forum on education

...editor, for bringing to the office zero controversy and an eight-year long "nap" at 1100 Broadway. I was there...

    LIVE at the gubernatorial forum on education
    The Tennessee Gubernatorial Forum on Education took place at Belmont University's Curb Event Centre in Nashville on January 23. Julie Chase was present on behalf of O&AN at the Rutherford County Democratic Party headquarters where a collection of media organizations gathered to view a live feed from the forum.
    https://www.outandaboutnashville.com

Jan 24

A Look Inside: M.L. Rose Capitol View

Address: 431 11th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37203 (Map)

    A Look Inside: M.L. Rose Capitol View | Nashville Guru
    M.L. Rose is a well-known neighborhood pub in Nashville. The first location opened in the Melrose area in 2008 followed by a second location in Sylvan Park in 2012. M.L. Rose Capitol View officially opened on December 2, 2017, making it the third location for the popular beer and burger joint.
    http://nashvilleguru.com

Jan 21

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Jan 18

5 things to know about Nashville's Women's March 2.0

The workshops will take place 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at TSU Avon Williams Campus (330 10th Ave. N.) in downtown Nashville. Tickets are $35-$110 and include lunch; students are $10.

    5 things to know about Nashville's Women's March 2.0
    CLOSE Last January, during inauguration weekend, approximately 15,000 people marched through Nashville in solidarity with the hundreds of thousands in Washington, D.C., as part of the first Women's March. A year later, that passion remains. On Saturday, Nashville Women's March 2.0 will take place downtown, coordinated by Power Together TN and a diverse array of organizations that work for justice and equality.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Jan 18

Nashville Women's March elevates activism with unique, new conference to inspire action

To engage that group, Power Together TN came up with an idea of a conference to further educate and engage the community. The workshops will take place 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m. at TSU Avon Williams Campus (330 10th Ave N, Nashville) in downtown Nashville.

    Nashville Women's March elevates activism with unique, new conference to inspire action
    CLOSE Kristin Dillard wore black every day for a week after the 2016 presidential election. She felt a shift toward "fear and negativity and otherness," and she mourned it. "I spent a week in a funk I couldn't shake," she says. But then, at a breakfast fundraiser nearly 10 days later, something changed.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Jan 17

Andrew Jackson's Hermitage added an event.

Join us for an afternoon of music and history with Dr. Naima Johnston-Bush, who will be sharing her program “Spiritual Songs: History of African-American Music.” Dr. Johnston-Bush will explore the history of spiritual music and its evolution as an American art form. Her dynamic voice brings each song alive, tracing the history of this powerful musical expression of faith, the audience is led from the 1600’s to the present, illustrating the impact and influence of African American Spiritual Music in all musical genres today! The event will take place at Tennessee State University in The Avon Williams Center. 330 10th Ave N Nashville, TN 37203

    Spiritual Songs: Music That Built a Nation
    Join us for an afternoon of music and history with Dr. Naima Johnston-Bush, who will be sharing her program "Spiritual Songs: History of African-American...
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Jan 12

Tell Ms. Cheap your best ideas for repurposing an old entertainment center

Deadline for entry is Jan. 28. Email your plans and other information to mscheap@tennessean.com or send to Ms. Cheap, 1100 Broadway, Nashville, 37203. 

    Tell Ms. Cheap your best ideas for repurposing an old entertainment center
    One of the hardest things to get rid of these days is a big old entertainment center. Nobody seems to want them, according to area consignment shops, estate sale organizers and thrift store operators, which all say they are hard to get rid of.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Jan 08

Tennessean fishing seminar featuring Mike DelVisco is Jan. 16

Local anglers will get that unique opportunity on Jan. 16 when pro Mike DelVisco, who currently fishes on the Bassmaster Open Tour, leads a Bass Byte Fishing Seminar from 6-8 p.m. at The Tennessean on 1100 Broadway.

    Tennessean fishing seminar featuring Mike DelVisco is Jan. 16
    Dedicated anglers spend a lot of time doing one of two things - fishing or talking about fishing. At this time of the year it's either too cold or too wet to actually fish making it a good time to talk or hear about it.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Jan 08

The Imploder: Guy who's blowing up LifeWay also took down the Georgia Dome

Where: 10th Avenue North at Commerce Street in downtown Nashville

    The Imploder: Guy who's blowing up LifeWay also took down the Georgia Dome
    CLOSE Steve Pettigrew has taken down high-profile structures all over the world - but he also was a world-class chef Nashville's in good hands: The guy taking down the LifeWay building Saturday morning has done thousands of implosions all over the world.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Jan 08

LifeWay implosion: How does the tower's namesake feel?

The redevelopment of the swath of downtown property that runs from Broadway to Church Street and Ninth Avenue up to the Gulch is a part of the ongoing growth of Nashville and representative of the pivots the publishing industry is making in the digital age.

    LifeWay implosion: How does the tower's namesake feel?
    CLOSE The 12-story LifeWay tower emblazoned with massive stone crosses has greeted visitors to downtown Nashville for more than a quarter of a century. On Saturday, orchestrated explosions obliterated it out of the city's skyline for good. CLOSE But the implosion at the former headquarters of the Christian publishing giant does not bother the man the building is named for.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Jan 08

2017: Highlights from Nashville's year in food

401 11th Ave. S.

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5026 Centennial Blvd.

438 Houston St., Suite 160

1115 Porter Road

2023 Broadway

801 Clark Place

3914 Gallatin Pike

    2017: Highlights from Nashville's year in food
    CLOSE Neighborhood chef-driven eateries, boutique hotel restaurants, chi-chi steakhouses, burger joints, fast-casual concepts, food emporia, all-day cafes, cocktail bars and craft brew houses with upscale fare: 2017 has been a banner year for Nashville diners, dizzying when you add restaurant reboots and expansions to the list of new openings.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Jan 07

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Jan 05

Pizza joint Your Pie opens next week at Capitol View

Your Pie, a fast-casual pizza restaurant where customers can design their own pizzas that are made in minutes, will host its grand opening for its first Nashville restaurant on Friday, Jan. 12, at 421 11th Ave. N. in the Capitol View building in the North Gulch.

    Pizza joint Your Pie opens next week at Capitol View
    Nashville is set to get another down-the-line pizzeria next week as the trend gains traction across the country. Your Pie, a fast-casual pizza restaurant where customers can design their own pizzas that are made in minutes, will host its grand opening for its first Nashville restaurant on Friday, Jan.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Jan 05

How is James Draper supposed to feel about blowing up the LifeWay building named after him?

The redevelopment of the swath of downtown property that runs from Broadway to Church Street and Ninth Avenue up to the Gulch is a part of the ongoing growth of Nashville and representative of the pivots the publishing industry is making in the digital age.

    How is James Draper supposed to feel about blowing up the LifeWay building named after him?
    CLOSE The 12-story LifeWay tower emblazoned with massive stone crosses has greeted visitors to downtown Nashville for more than a quarter of a century. On Saturday, orchestrated explosions will obliterate it out of the city's skyline for good. But the impending implosion at the former headquarters of the Christian publishing giant does not bother the man the building is named for.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Dec 29

The 10 Most-Read Pith Posts of 2017

Managers at the studio, located in the same building at The Tennessean at 1100 Broadway, were told today that Gannett expects to transition all of the work from Nashville by...

    The 10 Most-Read Pith Posts of 2017
    Look, honestly, we'll be happy to put 2017 out of sight. But it's good to look back sometimes. So, to that end, here are the 10 items on our news and politics blog Pith in the Wind that got the most clicks from our readers.
    https://www.nashvillescene.com

Dec 28

In Memoriam 2017: Media and Entertainment

Ward immigrated to the United States in 1991 from war-torn Liberia. He attended Tennessee State, where he became the editor of the student newspaper and later would teach as an adjunct professor, and then was hired on at the Banner after graduating. He never left 1100 Broadway (another rarity).

    In Memoriam 2017: Media and Entertainment
    Photo courtesy of The Tennessean Reporter By J.R. Lind Getahn Ward was a reporter's reporter. After a stint at the Nashville Banner not long before it closed, Ward spent nearly 20 years on The Tennessean 's business desk, largely covering real estate and employing a winning combination of charm and persistence.
    https://www.nashvillescene.com

Dec 28

In Memoriam 2017: Politics

...a constant path from courthouse or state Capitol or Washington to the front office at 1100 Broadway. That is where John Seigenthaler of The Tennessean held court and worked the levers of...

    In Memoriam 2017: Politics
    Vice mayor By Liz Garrigan With the passing of Jay West in March, Nashville lost a character who could well be considered the most humble and self-deprecating public servant in its history. West, who was 65, served 12 years as an at-large Metro Council member before becoming a one-term vice mayor, a relatively thankless role as cat herder and parliamentarian.
    https://www.nashvillescene.com

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