I went exploring in East Nashville with Ed Nash and discovered there’s a lot of mojo going on across the river.
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Today, Laura Creekmore dispels any misconceptions that may be lingering about East Nashville with this love letter to the neighborhood she loves so much.
Opry Mills is a drive, but it’s really worth it.
For the sake of this discussion, let’s imagine an aesthetically better Bandywood. A more cohesive, more unified and defined shopping area.
Richard Jones Road in Green Hills is hopping with new retail and restaurants.
If all roads lead to Rome, then all roads in East Nashville lead to 5 Points. Eclectic and quirky, this convergence of roads holds many treasures to behold.
Check out this little section of Brentwood that is teaming with locally owned home stores and restaurants.
Have you been to The Gulch lately? With shopping, music and amazing places to eat – with easy parking – The Gulch may be Nashville’s hippest neighborhood.
Today’s post is by guest blogger Laura Lyn Donahue. I met up with Laura Lyn recently as she showed me her favorite places in downtown Franklin. A few hours spent in Franklin will put anyone in the spirit of the season. Check out the fun places to shop, and see some great photos in today’s…
Take a drive down Abbott Martin Road and you’ll see there’s a transformation going on. The new Nordstrom looms on the horizon, streets are being repaved and everywhere you look, there is the hustle and bustle of activity. Liza and I took an afternoon to scout out three new stores in the area: Table 3,