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Monthly Archives: April 2016

    Nashville tech companies worth knowing

    By Ashley Dugger | April 27, 2016

      At long last, Google Fiber announced its official on-the-ground status in Nashville this week — although if you don’t live in just a handful of buildings, you’re not gonna be enjoying that speedy Internet just yet. (And we don’t really know when the rest of us are due to get it, though we at least... Read More

    Where to find what you need for historic home renovations in Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | April 26, 2016

      Last week, we shared a nod toward Preservation Month — focused on a love of historic spaces and places — by rounding up some historic homes on the market in Nashville. If you have a deep love for homes with history, we encourage you to take a look — there are some fantastic properties... Read More

    Celebrating Preservation Month by looking at historic homes in Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | April 20, 2016

      There are builders and developers in Nashville who are doing incredible work with new construction — we’re lucky to regularly team up with Cathedral Homes, whose classic design-inspired homes carry forward the timeless aesthetic of some of the historic neighborhoods they’re built in. We’re thankful to see a vacant or blighted property become the... Read More

    Show the planet some love at Nashville’s Earth Day Festival

    By Ashley Dugger | April 18, 2016

      Earth Day is nearly here — it’s Friday, April 22 — and Nashville once again will celebrate in a big way, at the annual Earth Day Festival, a free, daylong event that’ll go down Saturday, April 23 in Centennial Park. The festival, fittingly, is partly educational; you’ll be able to take in exhibits and... Read More

    Checking out Clarksville, TN

    By Ashley Dugger | April 13, 2016

      The Nashville job market was already getting called “one of the nation’s hottest” in 2015, and things in Middle Tennessee only seem to be getting better. Another quick example: News just came through that major tire manufacturer Hankook Tire is aiming to move its North American Headquarters to Nashville — and that’ll come along... Read More

    Where to celebrate Record Store Day 2016 in Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | April 12, 2016

      Every year since 2008, independent record stores around the country have combined forces to celebrate Record Store Day: part party, part limited-release sale, part spotlight on why brick-and-mortar record stores — despite the music industry’s broader struggles — remain important, vibrant and exciting parts of music culture. This year’s Record Store Day is almost here:... Read More

    Some Nashville-centric picks for the 2016 Nashville Film Festival

    By Ashley Dugger | April 5, 2016

      We may not be New York or L.A. when it comes to film and television infrastructure, but as a moving-picture market, Nashville has a few fantastic things going for it. We of course have a popular, long-running network TV drama named after our city, and one of the finest independent film houses around (about... Read More

    Why Fiddle Leaf Figs aren’t getting any less popular in home design

    By Ashley Dugger | April 4, 2016

      If you follow as many home designers/furniture shops/design bloggers/other home design-obsessed Instagrammers as we do, you’ve probably had serious house-plant envy a few times. You know: that plant, the tall, broad-leafed one that anchors so many well-arranged living rooms and brightens screened porches and even makes elegant bedrooms feel as calming as they do... Read More