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Maru Sushi & Grill opens in East Nashville on Fatherland Street

  The former AMOT Eatery space in the Fatherland District is lit up once again: Maru Sushi & Grill opened Monday at 1100 Fatherland St., Ste. 101, serving sushi, teriyaki dishes and a mix of favorites from owners Rita and Harry Lee’s native Korea, like Bulgogi and Bibimbap.   Sushi-side, you’ll find the gamut of fan favorites like spicy tuna and... Read More

East Side Buzz: Party with Olan Rogers and 'Final Space,' Bailey & Cato is back, East Park Donuts and more

  Busy times for East Nashville residents and business folks, from cartoon aliens and Conan to record-breaking comedy shows.   The latest pieces of East Nashville news:   Celebrate ‘Final Space’ premiere in Nashville   You might remember our fall heads-up about Final Space, a new animated “comedic epic sci-fi space opera” on TBS, created by Soda... Read More

Kieran Kane and Rayna Gellert debut their new album this weekend

Kieran Kane and Rayna Gellert’s musical partnership and their new album The Ledges was not the result of a magical flash of inspiration. Quite the contrary; it came about through the slow and steady process of two experienced artists who realized the sum of their music was greater than its parts. “We first met in San Francisco at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival in... Read More

East Nashville's Pied Piper Eatery to close

  After nearly a decade in business in East Nashville, neighborhood diner Pied Piper Eatery will close its doors on Sunday, Feb. 18.   The Piper family shared the news via Facebook on Wednesday, encouraging longtime fans to “come visit your favorite server, order your favorite entree (or salad, or sandwich, or breakfast, etc.) while they last, and take a selfie... Read More

A first-hand look at the float therapy experience at Float Horizen in East Nashville

    First, for context: I’m not the ideal customer for alternative therapies. I was raised by a truck driver whose therapy was mostly crushing shiny silver cans of Coors, figuratively and literally. I can be wary of the unfamiliar. I’ve only tried acupuncture once and I left just as creaky and kind of confused by it.   That said, I’m... Read More

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