3 days ago

#MayoralChatter: The Home Stretch

The editorial board over at 1100 Broadway is the leading cause of raised eyebrows in Davidson County. After declining to make a...

    #MayoralChatter: The Home Stretch
    Every week, we'll round up the news, speculation and general chatter about the upcoming mayoral election (and whatever else we feel like including). Send tips, thoughts or endorsements to tips@nashvillescene.com. Let's get to it. There is less than a week to go until the May 24 mayoral election, early voting is open now and runs until May 19.
    https://www.nashvillescene.com

4 days ago

Nashville Humane Association added 4 new phot...

MUTT STRUTT “Leader Of The Pack” MABLE has arrived at Downtown Subaru! (The Beagle half wants to take this Impreza for a test drive, but her Basset legs can’t reach the pedals!) To learn how to foster this sweet Media Hound and how to register for Mutt Strutt happening this Sunday, May 20th - Please Visit www.nashvillehumane.org THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!

    Nashville Humane Association
    Nashville Humane Association added a new photo - at Downtown Subaru.
    https://www.facebook.com

May 11

Division Street closed after water main break

Metro Water Services crews are on site of an 8-inch water main break in the intersection of Division Street and Music Circle East.

Division Street is closed between the intersection of Division Street and Music Circle East to 1302 Division St. Traffic will be detoured to side roads.

    Division Street closed after water main break
    Metro Water Services crews are on site of an 8-inch water main break in the intersection of Division Street and Music Circle East. Division Street is closed between the intersection of Division Street and Music Circle East to 1302 Division St. Traffic will be detoured to side roads.
    http://www.wsmv.com

May 09

Nashville's best-designed new developments awarded

The 15-story office building at 1201 Demonbreun incorporates ground-floor restaurants and a "green roof" where employees can take breaks. 

    Nashville's best-designed new developments awarded
    A trucking warehouse remade into a music-education center and a commercial complex that spawned a new downtown Brentwood core were honored as some of Nashville's best new developments by the Urban Land Institute. Eight winners were chosen by out-of-state judges for the tenth annual "Excellence in Development" awards this week.
    https://www.tennessean.com

May 08

GIJON posted 9 photos to Flickr:

May 05

Plan Bravo?

...were secretly floating mass transit alongside new convention centers and arenas when I worked at 1100 Broadway. I saw the drawings then. We didn't think those would happen in our lifetimes...

    Plan Bravo?
    Okay, I thought the vote would be closer than what we got. I was not expecting a victory for transit, but geez... Once upon a time I was a card-carrying, hyphen-loving non-shill for local business-oriented types. I'm still friendly with that crowd (but more friendly with the free thinkers trying to overthrow the patriarchy...don't tell them!)
    https://www.outandaboutnashville.com

May 05

niseag03 posted 18 photos to Flickr:

May 04

Where to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Nashville

Location: Two Bits, 1520 Demonbreun

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Location: 5001 Louisiana Ave

    Where to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Nashville
    CLOSE Throw a stone in Nashville on Saturday and you'll hit a place that is having some sort of Cinco de Mayo celebration. The date commemorates the Mexican Army's victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. In Mexico, the date is celebrated regionally.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Apr 26

The Pie Wagon, in Business Since 1922, Will Close Its Doors Tomorrow

...building on 12th Ave. North in the 1960s, eventually landing at its current location at 1302 Division St.

    The Pie Wagon, in Business Since 1922, Will Close Its Doors Tomorrow
    After 96 years in business, The Pie Wagon, a meat-and-three known as a go-to back in its heyday for Nashville's music industry community, will close its doors after lunch service tomorrow. According to The Tennessean the closure, first announced on the restaurant's Facebook page earlier this week, is due to Metro Water Department mandated plumbing upgrades that owner David Biggs has deemed "too expensive to do and stay profitable."
    https://nashville.eater.com

Apr 25

Craft Brewers Conference Brings Some Amazing Events to Town

Meanwhile, at TailGate Brewery Music Row at 1538 Demonbreun Street:

    Craft Brewers Conference Brings Some Amazing Events to Town
    It's finally upon us. The much anticipated Craft Beer Conference is descending on Nashville's Music City Center next week April 30 rough May 3, and while it's primarily for the trade instead of consumer-focused, just the fact that thousands of talented brewers will be in town means that there will be tasting events all over the city.
    https://www.nashvillescene.com

Apr 25

Construction on Rolling Mill Hill's newest development is off and running

The project will have similarities to Eakin's 1201 Demonbreun building near the Gulch, with wide-open floor plans and a mostly glass exterior. Inside, a fitness center, coffee shop, bank branch and full-service restaurant are planned. 

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A "green roof" will be planted along a walkable terrace above the standalone lobby at 30 Peabody Street.

    Construction on Rolling Mill Hill's newest development is off and running
    CLOSE Construction is underway on the latest development at downtown's Rolling Mill Hill, where a renaissance has brought new shops, restaurants and apartment buildings to the 34-acre complex over the past decade. Crews are now digging up nearly 3 acres of dirt behind a blue temporary fence on a former parking lot behind the red-brick trolley barns.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Apr 23

Get On The Train

My editor at 1100 Broadway, long-time columnist Dwight Lewis, had a saying for moments like this: “Get on the...

    Get On The Train
    Dear LGBTQ+ sisters and brothers of the "fiscally conservative, but socially liberal" club: I hear you. It's expensive. Really expensive. Now just go do it. Vote in favor of the transit plan on May 1st. Transit means freedom and opportunity for people like us, and another incentive for LGBTQ+ people to come and stay.
    https://www.outandaboutnashville.com

Apr 23

5 delicious ways to carb-load in Nashville

121 12th Ave. N.

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2127 Belcourt Ave.

2905 Gallatin Pike

701 Woodland St.

2209 Bandywood Drive

    5 delicious ways to carb-load in Nashville
    CLOSE Another year, another marathon. Or half-marathon, for some runners. Heck, some people even walk the half. My participation? I carb-load in solidarity. Everyone knows you long-distance runner-warriors need to pile on those carbs for energy. Those of us for whom "marathon" is generally preceded by "Netflix" also need our energy.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Apr 17

Nashville property tax shortfall: Large commercial owners took home 80% of reduction

...22 percent reduction to the owners of Element Music Row, the luxury apartment complex at 1515 Demonbreun St. Element’s owners, a Charlotte, N.C.-based development company called Childress Klein, brought their...

    Nashville property tax shortfall: Large commercial owners took home 80% of reduction
    When the largest shopping mall operator in the United States acquired Opry Mills in 2007, it paid $379 million, according to Simon Property Group's most recent annual report. Ten years later, after the mall was flooded and rebuilt, the Davidson County Property Assessor's office valued the property at $334 million.
    https://www.tennessean.com

Apr 12

Nashville Humane Association is at Downtown S...

Downtown Subaru Pet Of The Week, GRETTA: She’s looking gorgeous in her Miranda Lambert's MuttNation “Rescues Rock” Bandana and hanging out in a 2018 @subaru_usa CrossTrek. She ready for someone to open the moonroof and to ADOPT her today at NHA!


Apr 06

The 5 best places to get French fries in Nashville

123 12th Ave N.

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438 Houston St., Suite 160.

2901 12th Ave S. and 970 Woodland St.

2901 12th Ave S. and 970 Woodland St.

4816 Charlotte Ave.

1000 Riverside Dr.

    The 5 best places to get French fries in Nashville
    CLOSE Our taste-testers skipped national chains, but one fast-food restaurant still snuck onto our list Sure, the burger usually is the star of the show, but when the plate hits the table, don't you grab for a french fry first? Me too. So what are Nashville's best fries?
    https://www.tennessean.com

Apr 05

Nashville Humane Association is at Downtown S...

Downtown Subaru Pet Of The Week, Lafayette: He’s looking handsome in his Miranda Lambert's MuttNation “Rescues Rock” Bandana and hanging out in a 2018 Subaru Forester. He’s ready for someone to open the panoramic moonroof and to ADOPT him today at NHA!

Apr 05

Nashville Humane Association added 2 new phot...

Downtown Subaru Pet Of The Week, Lafayette: He’s looking handsome in his Miranda Lambert's MuttNation “Rescues Rock” Bandana and hanging out in a 2018 Subaru Forester. He’s ready for someone to open the panoramic moonroof and to ADOPT him today at NHA!


Apr 04

Tennessean to shift printing operations to Knoxville, continues investment in Nashville

The move, timed with The Tennessean’s move next year from its historic location at 1100 Broadway, is targeted to take place in March 2019 and affects about 49 employees at the...

    Tennessean to shift printing operations to Knoxville, continues investment in Nashville
    Tennessean print readers will continue to receive their newspaper without interruption after the transition occurs. Amid ongoing transformation within the news industry, printing operations at The Tennessean will shift to a regional facility in Knoxville owned by its parent company, officials announced Wednesday.
    https://www.tennessean.com

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