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...announcement of Geist, the restaurant/bar located in one of Germantown’s oldest buildings at 311 Jefferson St. It was constructed in 1886 as a blacksmith shop operated by German immigrant John Geist...
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...The library garage is $10 at night. Parking at the Metro Courthouse garage (entrances on James Robertson Parkway and Gay Street) is just $5 at night and on Saturdays and Sundays. The best resource for finding...This article has 1 other Nashville location (Show)
You don't have to be a tourist to enjoy free music at the downtown honky-tonks, some of the most famous being Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, at 422 Broadway, and Robert's Western World, at 416 B Broadway. Never a cover charge. nashvilledowntown.com.
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Presented by Springer Mountain Farms, this year marks the 16th anniversary of the SOURCE Hall of Fame Awards, which will be held Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018 at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in the Historic Municipal Auditorium (401 Gay Street, Nashville, TN 37201).
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Where: Von Elrod’s Beer Garden & Sausage House; 1004 4th Ave. N.This article has 2 other Nashville locations (Show)
Where: Check-in at 11 a.m. at Tin Roof; 316 Broadway
Where: Tin Roof; 1516 Demonbreun St.
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It was all smiles today at the grand opening of Nashville Business Incubation Center’s new space in #Germantown. The NBIC is an educational hub for #entrepreneurs and has helped launch many successful #Nashville companies over the past 30 years including Christie Cookie Co. and The Grilled Cheeserie Food Truck!
Built circa 1900 at 311 Jefferson St. and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, Geist’s ‘less is...
Geist, which is housed in one of the city’s oldest buildings at 311 Jefferson St., will officially open its doors March 14, with several public previews planned for early March.
Located at 311 Jefferson St. in the former home of a 118-year-old blacksmith shop, the new project from...
Dr. John Vile, noted political science professor at Middle Tennessee State University is Pat's guest on Inside Politics this week. Since it’s President’s Day weekend, we’ll take a look at the change in the job of being President over the years, and how the present Chief Executive is already leaving his mark on the institution.That gives us plenty of room to discuss the latest political stories in the news and mix in a little election politics too. Inside Politics airs several times each weekend on NewsChannel 5+. Those times include: 7:00 p.m. Friday; 5:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Saturday; 1:30 a.m. & 5:00 a.m. on Sunday. THE PLUS is on Comcast Cable channel 250, Charter Cable channel 182 and on NewsChannel 5’s over-the-air digital channel 5.2. One option for those who can’t see the show locally or who are out of town, you can watch it live with streaming video on newschannel5.com. Just use your TiVo or DVR, if those live times don't work for you. This week’s show and previous Inside Politics interviews are also posted on the NewsChannel 5 website for your viewing under the NewsChannel 5+ section. A link to the show is posted as well on the Facebook page of NewsChannel 5+. Each new show and link are posted the week after the program airs.
Andrew Jackson arrived at The Hermitage in 1804 with nine slaves. By 1821, Jackson owned 50 slaves through births and additional purchases. In 1823 Jackson sold a plantation he owned in Alabama and brought another 30 enslaved African Americans here. . . Faced with a pressing need for additional slave housing, he built several new cabins and converted his old log farmhouse into a one-story slave cabin. Over the next 30 years, Jackson’s slave population continued to grow, peaking at 150. . . This photo shows Alfred outside of the First Hermitage. . . Visit www.thehermitage.com/events for more #BlackHistoryMonth events! #History #AmericanHistory
Woman collecting pictures of every U.S. servicemember killed in the Vietnam War needs Tennessee's help
Charles E. Clark 1942-1967 Jackson
Willie G. Cooper 1946-1968 Jackson
Thermon H. Emory, Jr. 1938-1970 Jackson
John H. Taylor 1948-1969 JacksonThis article has 8 other Nashville locations (Show)
Kenneth W. Martin 1947-1970 Manchester
Eddie Kelly, Jr. 1947-1968 Antioch
Randolph T. Hicks 1946-1965 McEwen
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
UPDATE: Last week, the MDHA Design Review Committee approved a massive new apartment development that will incorporate the historic Stockyard landmark at 901 2nd Avenue North near Germantown. The proposed "Broadstone Stockyard" apartment complex would be designed by Brock Hudgins Architects out of Atlanta. The committee includes a representative from the Metro Historical Commission. The developer will need to return to MDHA for approval of more detailed elements of the project. A previous proposal to redevelop the Stockyard property with a 310-unit apartment complex stalled in early 2017.