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Monthly Archives: September 2015

    Go on a Sunset Safari at the Nashville Zoo

    By Ashley Dugger | September 28, 2015

      We have a lot to be proud of here in Nashville: a world around-envied music scene, a restaurant scene that’s gone “boom,” our own hit TV drama and a housing market that’s been called the third-hottest in the U.S., just for starters. Somewhat less in-the-headlines but deserving nonetheless: We also have a fantastic zoo... Read More

    5 reasons you might want to make the move to Mt. Juliet

    By Ashley Dugger | September 23, 2015

    We just added a new featured listing, at 1627 Eagle Trace Drive in Mt. Juliet, that has some pretty obvious high points: – A big, private and fenced backyard – Updated kitchen that’s open to a cool living space – Easy walking distance to a community playground – Did you want a billiards room? Done. All... Read More

    The inaugural Nashville Brew Festival hits First Tennessee Park

    By Ashley Dugger | September 22, 2015

      Germantown welcomed a big, shiny new neighbor back in April, as the Nashville Sounds’ new home, First Tennessee Park, opened its doors. The sports fans among us celebrated; some of you non-sports fans probably shrugged a little. But now, near half a year into the ballpark’s life, we might have a reason for baseball... Read More

    Our 10 favorite pieces of Rosepepper funny

    By Ashley Dugger | September 18, 2015

    I recently came upon a great quote, attributed to Nashville author and Parnassus Books founder Ann Patchett: “Humor is what happens when we’re told the truth quicker and more directly than we’re used to.” It’s actually a George Saunders quote, but the point, really: No one’s taking this idea to heart with quite the hilarious... Read More

    Listen and play in East Nashville at Cornelia Fort Pickin’ Parties

    By Ashley Dugger | September 15, 2015

      For 15 years now, folks have been heading to Warner Parks for monthly Full Moon Pickin’ Parties, listening to (and pitching in on) live bluegrass while taking in some beautiful natural surroundings. This year, that vibe extended to the east side of town, with Cornelia Fort Pickin’ Parties launching in East Nashville’s Cornelia Fort... Read More

    5 modern Nashville homes we love, on the market now

    By Ashley Dugger | September 11, 2015

    Since we work with a lot of East Nashville homebuyers and home sellers, we also work with a lot of historic and classic design, from renovated homes to brand new builds. But modern design done right can be fantastically beautiful too, and it feels like the draw toward modern architecture is steadily growing in Nashville.... Read More

    Celebrate our city’s makers at Made in Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | September 9, 2015

    One of the best things about Nashville — and I doubt you’ll disagree — is our city’s focus on and appreciation of all that’s local, from art to fashion to food to music. Even as our city’s grown and morphed and grabbed that “It City” descriptor, this much hasn’t changed. We love a hometown hero, a... Read More

    Shelby Park Picture Show brings more outdoor movie fun to East Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | September 4, 2015

    From Nashville to Franklin, we have tons of opportunities to catch outdoor music during the summer and fall months — we’ve shared a bunch of them recently, including Live on the Green and the Americana Music Festival in Nashville, and the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival coming up later this month in Franklin. We haven’t had quite... Read More