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Monthly Archives: June 2018

    SuperCoolFunFest returns for a fourth year in Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | June 26, 2018

      Clarissa Explains it All, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Charmed are on their way back to TV, Kenan and Kel are apparently reuniting for a new episode of the rebooted Double Dare… it’s a good time to be a’90s kid with a taste for entertainment nostalgia. That’s been particularly true here in Nashville for a... Read More

    The tiki bar trend’s time is at hand in East Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | June 25, 2018

    The Tennessean’s Lizzy Alfs recently pulled together a piece that highlighted something we’ve been thinking about a lot recently: It feels like tiki-bar culture is bubbling up in a big way in Nashville, and especially East Nashville. For months now, we’ve been watching the progress at some in-the-works, tiki-toned East Nashville bars: CHOPPER, on Main... Read More

    Get to know East Nashville at the annual Thirth of July

    By Ashley Dugger | June 20, 2018

      If you’re new to Nashville, and aiming to get to know our individual neighborhoods, festivals and block parties always seem to work as a good introduction to the vibe and culture of a place. For 12 South, there’s the Sevier Park Fest in May; The Nations has the Light the Nations festival in October;... Read More

    New Northwest Nashville townhome community Ashland Place: Open House

    By Ashley Dugger | June 20, 2018

      It’s finally here: the unveiling of Ashland Place, a new northwest Nashville townhome community that’s been almost two years in the making. We’re hosting an open house on Sunday July 15, from 1 to 4 p.m., and prospective buyers will be able to explore a range of units on the market now, with various bed/bath... Read More

    Living by the water, in and near Nashville

    By Ashley Dugger | June 13, 2018

    Every year, the start of the scorching Southern summer gets our whole team thinking about buying a new home in or near Nashville. Specifically, one with waterfront property. We’re not necessarily aching to go for a dip in the Cumberland, but oppressive summers can make you forget why living in the South is so great,... Read More

    A castle in Nashville that could be your new home

    By Ashley Dugger | June 12, 2018

      In the grand scheme of things, Nashville’s a young city — 200-some-odd years, depending on what you count as our official beginning. But around this area, we seem to have a thing for architectural vestiges of the Middle Ages. Castles, specifically. There’s the Castle Recording Studios in Franklin, built in the 1930s to look... Read More

    Food celebs Alton Brown and Maneet Chauhan judging Franklin’s Great Slider Showdown

    By Ashley Dugger | June 5, 2018

      Intrigued by the Music City Chef Throwdown we wrote about late last month? More related fun coming up: Add in a trip to the First Great Slider Showdown on June 30 in Franklin, Tennessee, and you can make this a stocked month of culinary competition. Quick Slider Showdown rundown: A dozen local and regional... Read More

    Nashville’s famous ‘Fountain House’ goes on the market again

    By Ashley Dugger | June 4, 2018

      There are plenty of beautiful, expansive luxury homes in Nashville, but none quite like the “Fountain House,” at 5353 Hillsboro Pike — once the area’s largest estate, and still one of Nashville’s most awe-inspiring properties. The 18,000-square-foot home, which hit the MLS again recently (via French King Fine Properties), was built in the late... Read More