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Monthly Archives: August 2018

    Summer 2018 has been full of East Nashville food-scene openings

    By Ashley Dugger | August 28, 2018

      It’s been a busy summer for restaurant, bar and cafe openings throughout Nashville, but our office is in East Nashville, so we can’t help but pay special attention there. Just over the past few weeks, we’ve welcomed new spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner and post-dinner drinks, and they’ve already got our East Side devotion.... Read More

    A perfect excuse to explore Gallatin, Tennessee: The Gallatin Main Street Festival

    By Ashley Dugger | August 27, 2018

      Through the years, we’ve helped sell a bunch of homes in Gallatin, Tennessee, and helped more than a few Middle Tennessee homebuyers find the perfect new place in that Sumner County city, too. Spending time in Gallatin made quick fans of our whole team — from Historic Downtown Gallatin, full of restaurants and shops,... Read More

    The 5 best of the Nashville burger scene

    By Ashley Dugger | August 21, 2018

      According to Nashville’s NewsChannel 5, “The burger scene in Middle Tennessee is booming” in 2018, with local, national and regional chains — from Shake Shack to Hugh-Baby’s — planting new restaurants with speed and precision. It’s hard to argue with the premise: If you follow Nashville restaurant news, it sure does feel like six... Read More

    The historic Nashville home that once housed Manuel’s fashions could be yours

    By Ashley Dugger | August 20, 2018

      If you’re in Nashville and interested in fashion, you know Manuel Cuevas, the legendary designer who dressed Elvis, Johnny Cash, Gram Parsons and an almost impossibly long list of other stars in their most-remembered garb. You probably also know 1922 Broadway, the early-20th-century Queen Anne-style home in Midtown that housed Manuel’s studio and store... Read More

    Nashville a leading U.S. city for ‘the most work opportunities, and the hottest business growth’

    By Ashley Dugger | August 14, 2018

        Another month, another study tracking job opportunities and business growth across the U.S., as Americans “return to the migration patterns that were common before the Great Recession,” searching from coast to coast for the best places to go. If you’re looking at raw numbers, it looks like the biggest crop of the wandering... Read More

    The new Tennessee State Museum opens in October

    By Ashley Dugger | August 13, 2018

      If you’ve spent any time in Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood recently, you’ve certainly seen the process: a big, brand new Tennessee State Museum in the works on the edge of the Bicentennial Mall, where Rosa Parks Boulevard and Jefferson Street meet. The big Germantown news this week: We finally have an opening date to look... Read More

    Jason Aldean’s Nashville-area home is for sale

    By Ashley Dugger | August 8, 2018

    Another local celeb home hits the market — and once again, if you love window-shopping luxury homes, there’s a whole lot of fun packed in the listing. The home: a nearly 9,000-square-foot estate in Columbia, Tennessee, on just shy of 121 acres there in Maury County, with 6 beds, 8 1/2 baths and serious country... Read More

    Get the most out of East Nashville’s 2018 Tomato Art Fest by getting involved

    By Ashley Dugger | August 1, 2018

      We’re less than two weeks away from the 2018 Tomato Art Fest — East Nashville’s massively multi-faceted, tomato-inspired annual festival — and while we’ve shared our own pro tips in the past, the best how-to-fest advice comes direct from the organizers. “Get involved,” organizer Jack Davis of Good Neighbor Festivals says in the latest... Read More