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Monthly Archives: March 2016

    Coming soon in East Nashville: new homes at Porter Road Place

    By Ashley Dugger | March 30, 2016

      This spring, we’re introducing a new cul-de-sac cottage community in East Nashville with six brand new homes, designed with classic charm and style and inviting, open floorpans. We couldn’t be more excited to share Porter Road Place, and the six beautiful houses that’ll soon be stylish, spacious homes for some lucky homeowners. The quick... Read More

    Our 2016 Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival schedule

    By Ashley Dugger | March 29, 2016

      Of all the music festivals that happen in Nashville — and there are many, many, many of them — the one that might be the most quintessentially Nashville: the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival. There almost certainly isn’t another city that has so many people, per-capita, living and making their living as a writer... Read More

    Historic East Nashville homes, on the 100th anniversary of the Great Nashville Fire

    By Ashley Dugger | March 23, 2016

        This week marks the 100-year anniversary of the “Great Nashville Fire,” a blaze that left massive destruction in its wake — decimating 35 blocks and hundreds of homes, churches, schools in East Nashville, leaving what would be the equivalent of $43 million in damages. That event — along with two major tornadoes —... Read More

    Research says being around lush greenery can make you happier and healthier

    By Ashley Dugger | March 22, 2016

      A few days ago, in The New York Times: “A growing body of research shows that people who spend time outside in sunny, green and natural spaces tend to be happier and healthier than those who don’t.” Well then. We’d probably better get to some trees, stat. As a house hunter, if you head... Read More

    Hunt down beautiful waterfalls near Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | March 16, 2016

      We have a lot of natural beauty to brag about in Tennessee, including a particularly healthy collection of waterfalls — more than 500 in total, spread out from one end of the state to the other. We’re bringing this up now because prevailing wisdom says that waterfall hunters get the most breath-stopping views when... Read More

    Nashville homes with fabulous rooftop decks

    By Ashley Dugger | March 14, 2016

      We were out enjoying the weather on this turned-sunny/#springishere Monday, and it got us daydreaming about some homes we’ve seen on the market lately with the perfect perch to make the most of days like these. Porches are great, patios are wonderful, but when we’re looking at powderpuff clouds and powder blue skies, we’re... Read More

    Nashville’s most punderful food names

    By Ashley Dugger | March 11, 2016

      In a creative city like Nashville, citizens tend to apply their creativity to every aspect of life, from music to art to… using terrible/wonderful puns when naming business-related things. Our food scene has a particularly strong hand with this one — true of many cities, but we think we’re pretty well above the bar.... Read More

    5 of Nashville’s most stylish salons

    By Ashley Dugger | March 8, 2016

      We all have more than a few friends whose relationship with their stylist is nearly as committed as their marriage. You know how it is: When you find someone who makes you feel like the best version of yourself, you lock ‘em down, whether that means walking down the aisle or returning to their... Read More

    Nuit Belge offers chance to sample food, Belgian beer and Blackberry Farm in Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | March 5, 2016

    As we get closer to March 12 — the date of Nashville’s Nuit Belge event at Marathon Music Works — there’s a whole lot to look forward to. Launched in Nashville but now spreading out to multiple cities (including Atlanta and New Orleans), Nuit Belge is a celebration of the varied styles of Belgian beer,... Read More

    April 2016 brings the return of Nashville Fashion Week

    By Ashley Dugger | March 1, 2016

      Nashville’s always been a culturally unique place, but in recent years, we’ve broadened. We’re a restaurant hotspot, a burgeoning tech center, a diverse musical playground. Increasingly, too, we’re becoming the home of a vibrant and creative fashion scene. Nothing makes that more evident than the annual Nashville Fashion Week, a city-spanning celebration of our... Read More