Where: 25 Middleton St.
At Traffic and Parking Commission on Mon., Nov. 13th at 3 p.m. at the Howard Office Building (700 2nd Ave S), I'll be requesting a traffic light at 16th Ave S and Horton Ave, I'm deferring the request for Gale and 12th Ave S while CM Burkley Allen and I schedule a community meeting.This article has 4 other Nashville locations (Show)
...month: Sat., November 18 at 8:30 a.m. at Clawson's Pub and Deli (1205 4th Ave S). We're going to be discussing Hub.Nashville.Gov, which I encourage you to use...
At Traffic and Parking Commission on Mon., Nov. 13th at 3 p.m. at the Howard Office Building (700 2nd Ave S), I'll be requesting a traffic light at 16th Ave S and Horton Ave, I'm deferring the request for Gale and 12th Ave S while CM Burkley Allen and I schedule a community meeting.
At the same meeting, I'll also be requesting stop signs on 10th Ave S at Lawrence, Caruthers and Halcyon.
Nolensville Road corridor transit discussion from Noon to 2 p.m. at the Coleman Park Community Center gym on 384 Thompson Lane.
The theme of our #Bowl4KidsSake this year is "It only takes a Little to be a hero" - and that's true. But today we borrowed a couple of superheroes to deliver some bowling goodies to teams with our Developers Bowl next week! Thanks, Batman and Robin! www.tnbowling.org
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Parking for counter-protestors has been designated for Thomas Magnet School at 518 Tate Avenue, and the former site of Harris Middle School at 400 Elm Street.
Where: 25 Middleton St.
The grand opening will take place on Oct. 28 from 12 to 9 p.m., at 628 Ewing Ave. The brewery's tasting room will feature three sakés served at Husk Nashville, Bastion and Otaku Ramen.
* The Listening Room Cafe Grand Reopening (618 Fourth Ave. S.)
Located at 628 Ewing Ave., the brewery is the passion project of owner Byron Stithem, who previously spent time working at Husk Nashville and Clover Club cocktail bar in Brooklyn, as well as with the now defunct Dinner Lab before branching out into the saké business.
In the future, the property fronting Lafayette Street, Elm Street and Fifth Avenue South could potentially serve Metro's needs as the city explores various transit options.This article has 1 other Nashville location (Show)
On Thursday, Metro's Convention Center Authority voted to move forward with the purchase at that price, which equates to $150 a square foot. Initial plans calls for using the site at 424 Lafayette St., across from the Greyhound Bus Terminal, as a marshalling yard and for additional parking.
Thursday at 3rd and Lindsley: a benefit for Linden Waldorf School (818 3rd Ave. S, thirdandlindsley.com)This article has 1 other Nashville location (Show)
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Basement: a benefit for the Tennessee Environmental Council (1604 8th Ave. S, thebasementnashville.com)