5 days ago

Revitalized Gateway Arch in St. Louis reopens just in time for July 4

Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch, 315 Chestnut St., St. Louis, Mo., (314) 655-1234, stlouisarch.regency.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html

    Revitalized Gateway Arch in St. Louis reopens just in time for July 4
    I was rattling across a hot, dusty prairie in an overloaded covered wagon, an exciting if somewhat uncomfortable adventure that began in St. Louis and would end somewhere on the western frontier. I spent the long hours on the trail dreaming of the future.
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Jun 12

An Eater’s Guide to Nashville

...24-seat restaurant for a multi-course fine dining experience. Gabby’s Burgers and Fries (493 Humphreys St.) serves one of the best burgers in town, and has a secret menu full of...

...sandwiches keep regulars coming back every week. Another weekday lunch spot, Clawson’s Pub & Deli (1205 4th Ave. S) has more than a dozen sandwich options and a lengthy list of beers. For spirits...

...the product at Corsair or sipping a crisp cider at the new Diskin Cider taproom (1235 Martin St....

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...city’s oldest dives to its newest watering holes. Head to Robert’s Western World (416 Broadway B) for cheap beer and an old-school honkytonk experience. Or, take in the cool...

...Works, and Smith & Lentz. Cocktail lovers can make themselves comfortable on the patio at Rosemary (1102 Forrest Ave.) under string lights in what feels like it could be a friend’s backyard. Urban...

...serving milkshakes, tater tots, and pounded-thin chicken breasts served with various toppings. Mafiaoza’s (2400 12th Ave S,) is a popular spot on Tuesdays for its 2-for-1 pizza slices and beer...

...equally satisfying cup of joe can walk one block south to the nearby Portland Brew (2605 12th Avenue South...

...The Nations continues to attract an abundance of bars and restaurants. Nicky’s Coal Fired (5026 Centennial Blvd), the Italian restaurant concept from 2015 Eater Nashville Chef of the Year winner Tony Galzin...

...serves high-quality pastas and pizzas cooked in a coal-burning oven. Hugh-Baby’s (4816 Charlotte Ave.) is a fast-food restaurant from Pat Martin (Martin’s Bar-B-Cue Joint) that...

...Devour authentic street-style tacos for $1.25 each at Carniceria y Taqueria Don Juan (2910 Nolensville Pike), a colorful little stand that also serves Mexican food favorites such as sopes, tortas, and...

...Mexican food favorites such as sopes, tortas, and burritos. The Turkish cuisine at Istanbul Restaurant (2631 Nolensville Pike) is also very affordable and can satisfy cravings for gyros, kebabs, falafel, hummus and more...

...very affordable and can satisfy cravings for gyros, kebabs, falafel, hummus and more. Las Americas ( 4715 Nolensville Pike # A) serves a mix of Mexican and Central American dishes and also has a small...

...can find Latin American ingredients and prepackaged goods. A visit to the new Plaza Mariachi (3955 Nolensville Pike) allows guests to sample several different Latin American cuisines and catch some entertainment, which includes...

These brothers are owners and founders of Nashville-based Strategic Hospitality, an organization whose concepts include the aforementioned The Patterson House, Bastion, and Henrietta Red (1200 4th Ave N), plus seven other local establishments.

    An Eater's Guide to Nashville
    Yes, it's the home of Nashville hot chicken. But with roots set in decades of Southern cooking meshed with the influence of immigrants from the far reaches of the country and world, Nashville is quickly building its repertoire of top-notch restaurants. Country music wasn't born in Nashville.
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May 25

Updates and Events/Meetings for May 25-June 2

The four-way stop at Martin St. and Merritt Ave has been installed! 

A community meeting regarding the creation of a Museum of Contemporary Art will be held at the SNAP Center (1224 Martin St) from 6 to 8 p.m.

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New Hope Baptist Church has partnered with Corner to Corner to launch a neighborhood market from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1303 Hawkins St.

    Updates and Events/Meetings for May 25-June 2
    There continue to be a lot of District 17-related BZA cases; if you want to check out the outcomes of any of them, you can use the BZA Tracker. New Hope Baptist Church has partnered with Corner to Corner to launch a neighborhood market from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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May 23

Inebriated Shakespeare down for the count, with just 3 shows left

The exhibition is up through June 30 and an opening reception will take place 5-8 p.m. June 2, during the First Saturday Arts & Music crawl at Wedgewood-Houston.  The gallery is at 516 Hagan St. Its hours are 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. Admission is free.

...is up through July 6 and will be on display concurrently at Converge, located at 1224 Martin St. on the second floor of the SNAP building, and at Extension 1, their new satellite...

...SNAP building, and at Extension 1, their new satellite space located one block away at 1260 Martin St.  Normal hours of each space are by appointment and admission is free...

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Performances are at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Darkhorse Theater, 4610 Charlotte Ave., in Nashville. Tickets are $25, available at https://kbpresentsdelshores.brownpapertickets.com.

The performance is at 7:30 p.m. May 31 at TPAC’s James K. Polk Theater, 505 Deaderick St., in Nashville. Tickets start at $50, available at tpac.org or by calling 615-782-4040.

The Frist Art Museum is at 919 Broadway.  Its hours are 10 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Monday-Wednesday; 10 a.m...

    Inebriated Shakespeare down for the count, with just 3 shows left
    If you like your theater with a little twist, Wildcard Productions' Inebriated Shakespeare has just the ticket. But time is running out, with just three performances remaining for the season - "A Midsummer Night's Dream" on Friday at New Heights Brewing Company and June 9 at Mercy Lounge, and "Much Ado About Nothing" on June 2 at Twin Kegs II.
    https://www.tennessean.com

May 18

Updates and Events/Meetings for May 18-26

The effort to obtain a four-way stop at Martin St. and Merritt Ave was successful! The stop signs should be installed within the next few weeks. Thank you to everyone who wrote in support and/or attended the Traffic and Parking Commission meeting!

South Nashville Action People will meet at the SNAP Center (1224 Martin St.) at 6 p.m.

    Updates and Events/Meetings for May 18-26
    Remember that early voting for the mayor's race runs through Saturday at all early voting sites, with Election Day on Thursday, May 24. I am supporting Mayor David Briley in this race, as I believe his steady leadership will help bring needed stability to Metro at a critical time.
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May 08

Never Never Plans an October Opening in Wedgewood-Houston

413 Houston St.Via Assessor of Property

    Never Never Plans an October Opening in Wedgewood-Houston
    Via Assessor of Property An October opening is being planned for a neighborhood restaurant and bar to take a Wedgewood-Houston industrial space last home to a welding business. It's the latest food and beverage offering in the fast-changing South Nashville district. Brothers Jamie and Bryan Kenney own both the property and the business, to be called Never Never.
    https://www.nashvillescene.com

May 04

Updates and Events/Meetings for May 4-11

CASE 2018-177: Kristen Newton, appellant and Tusk Brothers, owner of the property located at 413 Houston Street, requesting requesting a variances from sidewalk requirements and from wall/fence height in the CS District, for renovations to an existing building.

CASE 2018-183: Justin Crandall, appellant and Clearwater Properties, LLC, owner of the property located at 455 Humphreys Street, requesting variances from sidewalk, parking and side buffer requirements in the MUL District, to construct a new apartment complex with four units

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...anything on the agenda, the meeting is at 1 p.m. at the MNPS Boardroom, 2601 Bransford Ave. You can also write to the BZA at bza@nashville.gov, but you must email...

CASE 2018-047: Grover Collins, appellant and Victoria Fields, owner of the property located at 2225 10th Avenue S, Units 201, 202, 203 and 207, requesting an Item A appeal of the cancellation of four short term rental permits based on SP zoning district restrictions.

CASE 2018-156: Nokomis Brown, appellant and owner of the property located at 1011 W. Grove Street, requesting an Item A appeal, challenging the zoning administrator's denial of a short term rental permit.

CASE 2018-172: Emily Johns, appellant and Aspen Development, owner of the property located at 917 and 919 South Street, requesting a variance from sidewalk requirements in the R6 District, to construct two single family residences.

Mayor Briley will hold a Town Hall Meeting at Coleman Park Community Center (384 Thompson Ln) from 6:30-8 p.m.

    Updates and Events/Meetings for May 4-11
    Another eventful and historic week in Nashville is behind us. As you well know, the transit referendum failed to pass, and by a wide margin. This is particularly disappointing to District 17, which voted to support the transit plan. But we will go back to work and continue to seek solutions to a transportation problem that is not going away.
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Apr 27

Updates and Events/Meetings for April 27-May 5

Third reading: abandoning an easement at 700 Hamilton Ave.

CASE 2018-124: Paul Chinetti, appellant and owner of the property located at 1255 1st Avenue South, requesting an Item A appeal, challenging the zoning administrator's denial of a short term rental permit.

Seay-Hubbard UMC (1116 1st Ave S) Fish Fry starting at 9 a.m.

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We also have an exciting new park on the horizon: Azafrán Park, next to Casa Azafrán. Everyone is invited to the grand opening of Azafrán Park on Friday, May 18th at 10 a.m. at 2187 Nolensville Pike. Neighbors can RSVP here.

...the meeting at 1 p.m. at the Sonny West Conference Center, Howard Office Building, 700 2nd Ave S. You can also write to the BZA at bza@nashville.gov, but you must email...

CASE 2017-430: Brian Carter, appellant and Woody Welch, owner of the property located at 414 Woodycrest Avenue, requesting a setback variance from fence requirements in the IR District, to construct a masonry wall along the front of property line.

CASE 2018-047: Grover Collins, appellant and Victoria Fields, owner of the property located at 2225 10th Avenue S, Units 201, 202, 203 and 207, requesting an Item A appeal of the cancellation of four short term rental permits based on SP zoning district restrictions.

CASE 2018-104: Bob Bernstein, appellant and owner of the property located at 952 Clayton Avenue, requesting a variance from sidewalk requirements in the R10 District, to construct an addition and convert the detached garage into a second single family residence.

CASE 2018-116: Ryan Snellen, appellant and owner of the property located at 924 Archer Street, requesting Item A appeal, challenging the zoning administrator's denial of a short term rental permit. Applicant operated prior to obtaining the legally required permit.

CASE 2018-137: Richard Fewell, appellant and owner of the property located at 1419 Edgehill Road, requesting Item A appeal, challenging the zoning administrator's denial of a short term rental permit. Applicant operated prior to obtaining the legally required permit.

CASE 2018-139: McLean Construction, appellant and Affordable Housing Resources, Inc., owner of the property located at 41 N. Hill Street, requesting a variance from sidewalk requirements in the R6 District, to construct a single family residence. 

    Updates and Events/Meetings for April 27-May 5
    This Saturday is the Rock 'N' Roll Marathon, which means road closures in portions of District 17. You can see our portion of the race in the map below; portions of the following streets will be closed (times in parentheses): 17th Ave S between the roundabout and Magnolia Blvd (5:45-9:30 a.m.)
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Apr 25

Nashville aerial dance company explores what it means to FALL

Performances are at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at abrasiveMedia, 438 Houston St., #257, Nashville. Tickets are $20, available at www.brownpapertickets.com.

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The show is up through May 28.  The Frist Art Museum is at 919 Broadway.  Its hours are 10 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Monday-Wednesday; 10 a.m...

The piece runs April 27-May 12 at Lakewood Theatre Company, 2211 Old Hickory Blvd., in Old Hickory. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; 2:30 p.m. Sundays. A special Thursday performance also is planned for 7:30 p.m. May 10. Tickets $12-$15, available at ticketsnashville.com.

The show is up through June 2.  Cumberland Gallery is at 4107 Hillsboro Circle.  Its hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. Admission is free.  

The show is up through May 10.  Elephant Gallery is at 1411 Buchanan St.  Its hours are noon-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday.  Admission is free.

    Nashville aerial dance company explores what it means to FALL
    Nashville's contemporary and aerial dance company FALL is back with a site-responsive performance in its home studio at abrasiveMedia called "FALL. Stand. Learn. Fly." Joined by special guest Suspended Gravity, the performance explores "all of the different interpretations of what it means to fall ...
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