4 days ago

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's Draper Tower scheduled for implosion Saturday as Nashville redevelopment continues

A groundbreaking is also scheduled Saturday for a 23-story, 591-room Hyatt Regency hotel planned for 10th and Broadway where the former LifeWay Christian Store once operated, which is part of Nashville Yards.

    LifeWay's Draper Tower scheduled for implosion Saturday as Nashville redevelopment continues
    CLOSE A recognizable piece of Nashville's skyline, LifeWay's Draper Tower, is scheduled to be imploded Saturday as the city's downtown continues to evolve. CLOSE The 12-story building is scheduled to be demolished at 9:30 a.m., according to development representatives. The implosion will include a number of road closures and restricted access around the perimeter of the building for the implosion.
    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 08

Demolition of LifeWay tower goes 'perfectly'

O'Connell was among those attending a groundbreaking ceremony held around the implosion at Union Station for a 23-story, 591-room Hyatt Regency hotel planned for 10th and Broadway where the former LifeWay Christian Store once operated that is part of Nashville Yards.

    Demolition of LifeWay tower goes 'perfectly'
    CLOSE A prominent piece of Nashville history fell loud and hard Saturday, but the implosion of the LifeWay Draper Tower went as planned. "Everything went 100 percent perfect," said Steve Pettigrew, the man in charge of the implosion. "In downtown urban areas where you have glass and utilities sometimes, a lot of structure there...we just inspected it and everything looks great."
    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

Jan 03

LifeWay's Draper Tower scheduled for implosion Saturday as Nashville redevelopment continues

A groundbreaking is also scheduled Saturday for a 23-story, 591-room Hyatt Regency hotel planned for 10th and Broadway where the former LifeWay Christian Store once operated, which is part of Nashville Yards.

    LifeWay's Draper Tower scheduled for implosion Saturday as Nashville redevelopment continues
    CLOSE A recognizable piece of Nashville's skyline, LifeWay's Draper Tower, is scheduled to be imploded Saturday as the city's downtown continues to evolve. The 12-story building is scheduled to be demolished at 9:30 a.m., according to development representatives. The implosion will include a number of road closures and restricted access around the perimeter of the building for the implosion.
    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

Dec 27

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

Dec 21

Pins Mechanical Co. Bringing Bocce, Pinball, Duckpin and More to The Gulch

...the Nashville Business Journal, and is slated for the former Gibson Guitar warehouse located at 1102 Grundy St., just around the corner from music venue 12th & Porter and Maneet Chauhan’s trio of...

    Pins Mechanical Co. Bringing Bocce, Pinball, Duckpin and More to The Gulch
    Nashville is getting another gaming and entertainment venue/bar combo, as Pins Mechanical Co. is planned to open in The Gulch in late 2018.
    https://nashville.eater.com

Dec 07

New Milk & Honey in the Gulch delivers on promise of abundance

214 11th Ave. S.

    New Milk & Honey in the Gulch delivers on promise of abundance
    CLOSE Restaurant review A land flowing with milk and honey, as cited in the Old Testament, means the Promised Land, a fertile place to be nourished and thrive. In modern terms, it denotes extraordinary abundance, which befits Milk & Honey Nashville, the Monen Family Restaurant Group's most ambitious endeavor to date.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Dec 07

Holiday arts and theater events in full swing

The Frist is at 919 Broadway.  Hours are 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Saturday, and 1-5:30 p.m. Sunday.  Admission is $12; $9 for seniors and college students; $7 for active military; free for members and kids 18 and younger. 

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The Jalan-Jalan showroom is at 2503 Winford Ave.  LeQuire Gallery is at 4304 Charlotte Ave.  It’s hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.  Admission is free.  

The Jalan-Jalan showroom is at 2503 Winford Ave.  LeQuire Gallery is at 4304 Charlotte Ave.  It’s hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.  Admission is free.  

Performances are at 7 p.m. Friday; 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday; 6 p.m. Sunday at The Theater Bug, 4809 Gallatin Pike (in the back building of New Life Baptist Church). Tickets are $5, available at www.ticketsnashville.com.

Channel to Channel is at 507 Hagan St. in the Packing Plant.  In addition Drink-n-Draw sessions, its hours are 1-6 p.m. Thursday, 1-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday.  There will not be any sessions Dec. 24-Dec. 31.  

Performance is at 7 p.m. Wednesday (Dec. 13) at Jamison Theater at The Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Road. Tickets are $30-$85, available at StudioTenn.com

    Holiday arts and theater events in full swing
    LeQuire Gallery and Jalan-Jalan Antiques have teamed up to host a unique holiday exhibition and shopping experience 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday. Presenting "Stone-Flesh-Paint," an exhibition by Canadian, New York-based artist Maggie Rose, the Nashville retailers will display the selection of large and small scale paintings throughout Jalan-Jalan's showroom of rare, museum-quality Indonesian antiques.
    http://www.tennessean.com

Dec 04

Nashville Lifestyles Magazine was live — feel...

Spreading Christmas cheer this morning with new music from Jillian Cardarelli at Nashville Union Station Hotel. See her again live at Tin Roof Broadway performing for our annual Music in the City showcase on January 24! Full lineup and tickets here: http://bit.ly/1c286i7 #CMT CMT

    Nashville Lifestyles Magazine
    Spreading Christmas cheer this morning with new music from Jillian Cardarelli at Nashville Union Station Hotel. See her again live at Tin Roof Broadway performing for our annual Music in the City...
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Nov 29

Tennessean is live now — with James Mackler f...

Chat with Democratic U.S. Senate candidate James Mackler for Senate.

    Tennessean
    Chat with Democratic U.S. Senate candidate James Mackler for Senate.
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Nov 29

Tennessean was live — with James Mackler for ...

Chat with Democratic U.S. Senate candidate James Mackler for Senate.

    Tennessean
    Chat with Democratic U.S. Senate candidate James Mackler for Senate.
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Nov 21

Holiday theater season cranks up with 'A Christmas Story,' more

It runs Nov. 25-Dec. 22 at TPAC’s Johnson Theater, 505 Deaderick St. (A special preview performance also is set for Friday, Nov. 24.) Performances are at 6...

...is on view in the upper-level galleries through June 24.  The Frist is at 919 Broadway.  Hours are 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, 10 a.m.-9...

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The show is up through Nov. 30.  The studio is at 438 Houston St.  #262.  Hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday, and by appointment. Admission is free.  

The performance is at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Wightman Chapel at Scarritt-Bennett Center, 1027 18th Ave. S. It's free and open to the public. To learn more, visit https://events.vanderbilt.edu/index.php?eID=110427.

The show closes Dec. 23.  The gallery is at 516 Hagan St.  Hours are 10 a.m.-5:30 a.m. Tuesday-Friday; 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday.  Admission is free.  

    Holiday theater season cranks up with 'A Christmas Story,' more
    Nashville Repertory Theatre presents its ninth annual production of "A Christmas Story" this weekend, in what has become a cherished local tradition. Jean Shepherd's timeless tale of 9-year-old Ralphie and his quest for a Red Ryder BB Gun comes to life on stage with gentle humor, nostalgia and a healthy dose of holiday spirit.
    http://www.tennessean.com

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