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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jax Teller, Apr 8, 2015.
don't worry, Clay Travis turned it into an ax throwing bar!
We are aware. We still live here.
I didn't think I was breaking news, I was just making a joke. Sheeshhhhhhhhh
I still consider West Nashville to be the cool part of town
Lockeland on the East side
JT Moore kids were wild as hell
So the Amazon effect is real. Got a pay bump today.
Dan Mills Elementary in Inglewood
Where the fuck was mine?
You make too much.
Or it's their way of saying, "hey that transportation manager role you are interested in, yes we are going in another direction" lol
wages were supposed to increase for who?
Gower is not a good school, rest of the list is spot on.
Mrs Titties worked at Gower for 3 years.... she can attest to this statement
Suggest adding Dan Mills in Inglewood to this list.
It's always been said that when amazon brings lots of jobs to a city it can increase salaries at other companies as they try and maintain talent. Especially in supply chain which is what I work in.
Interesting. I am pretty sure the family who bought my townhouse had their kid in Gower and he was well on his way to being fluent in Spanish by fourth grade. Seemed like a super diverse school
All hail Trump!
Anyone going to these shows?
The Raconteurs have linked up with live music platform nugs.net to bring fans a special treat. The band will offer free live streams of their upcoming sold-out three-night run at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, this Labor Day weekend on August 29, 30 and 31.
Anderson East and The Revivalists was a solid time last night
This fucking weather. Have a day.
Coming in 2 weeks and staying at a VRBO on 2nd Ave near Rockbottom. I hope we picked a good spot. Any go-to's nearby? Seems like everything is right there.
Depends. What are you wanting to do?
Drink, eat good food and listen to good music.
So will this involve a lot of the bars downtown? Like would you recommend a wristband?
It only involves one maybe two bars downtown. I'm almost positive you need a wristband to go to any of those shows listed in that link. It's mostly all the smaller music venues in town. A wristband gets you in any show.
Like Thursday night at Cannery you get The Record Company and Aaron Lee Tasjan.
The music downtown on Broadway is mostly top 40 country covers from the last ten years or classic country karaoke songs like Family Tradition. You may walk in a bar and the guitar player will have his phone attached to his mic stand. It's like a live karaoke.
I’m gonna try not to get on my high horse about the music on Broadway, but that location is plenty close to anything you’d want in the city
Walking distance to you there’s Bakersfield (ok but better tacos in town ie Red Headed Stranger and Mas Tacos), Liberty Common, and Martins are good food spots to check out. The Southern and Farm House are good if you’re looking to spend a little more
Why not? It's deserved.
Also Baron , if you are looking at shows The High Watt, Cannery Ballroom, and Mercy Lounge are all together.
1030 Brent Cobb and them (Cannery)
1100 Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors ( Mercy )
1130 Billy Strings (Cannery)
800 Mike and the Moonpies ( The High Watt)
1030 The Record Company ( Cannery)
1130 Aaron Lee Tasjan ( Cannery)
Just an example. All kinds of shows across town that week.
Tash Sultana plays at the Ryman Sun the 15th.
I don't think we will venture much from downtown. Just looking for decent music, drinks and food. I also have no fucking clue who any of those people are, I am sure they are good though. marcus where did you venture when you went a couple months back?
Everyone excited for all the uga fans coming in soon :D
Looking forward to my UGA tailgate and leaving 20 min before kickoff...
Went to Husk for dinner one night and it was excellent (make sure you get reservations). As far as bars, we went pretty much anywhere we could get in. I loved the vibe and music in ACME, but I wouldn’t call it a country bar. Honestly, find a place on the strip early in the day and hold your spot, especially if you’re going on a Friday or Saturday.
Pro tip.... fuck the strip
I get it, but as a first time tourist, you have to experience it, just not at 9pm on a Saturday.
Anyone see this dumbass shit?
Was just coming to post that but bumped HP thread first
Lot's of good info in OP, thanks. I've got lunch/dinner Friday and Saturday this weekend. What would be your 4 go to places? I'm staying by the Hall of Fame.
BBQ - Martin's or Peg Leg
Hot Chicken - Pepperfire
Breakfast: Monell's or some institution that will have a long wait but is probably worth it for delicious biscuits.
wildcads: Fido, Mas Tacos, Dozen baker/Sweet 16th Bakery for breakfast sammies and pastries
That's just my opinion, there are so many options
The Gambling Stick in East has now become my favorite Nashville BBQ - https://www.thegamblingstick.com/about
Dinner - 5th and Taylor
How about Rolf & Daughters or Adele's?
Both good. If you want a nice meal, consider getting a Res at City House
Monell's a clear #1
Lunch - Arnold’s
Dinner - Martins BBQ
Lunch - Red Headed Stranger
Dinner - depends on how much you want to spend. 5th & Taylor, Folk, City House, Adele’s, STK, Kayne Prime, Standard House
How do magnet schools work
Are they lottery?
If you apply for 2 are you guarantee to get into one
Pretty sure it's lottery and no you aren't guaranteed anything IIRC even with great grades and test scores
Hume Fogg and MLK are wonderful high schools
If they go to Fogg, don’t be the parent that drops of their kid at the corner of Rosa Parks and Broadway at 8 AM and holds up traffic in the intersection. Not a fan of those guys...
I'll be staying at an Airbnb in Franklin area this weekend. Any spots down that way that are cant't miss?
Lots of good food, but I’m sure someone can provide a good list