While you’re visiting our Nashville shop, be sure to check out our neighbors also located within Marathon Village – locally owned and all unique. Bang Candy Company The Bang Candy Company is a Nashville-based sugar-peddler specializing … Continue reading Marathon Village: Meet Our Neighbors
The papers were signed and the deal was done. STAAR Theatre, a community theatre group that had outgrown its old space to the point of even breaking fire codes, had just found a property into which they could grow. After … Continue reading Abandoned Antoinette Hall: The Secret Stage
Janie, Amie and Jolie Sikes, better known as Junk Gypsy, were paving the way for DIY and picking even before I started pitching my show. As soon as I saw them, I admired and was … Continue reading Junk Gypsy Book Signing at Antique Archaeology Nashville: Nov. 12, 2-4 PM
Wanna win a pair of tickets for this weekend’s Pilgrimage Music + Cultural Festival in Franklin, Tennessee? We got you! Step 1: Snap a Two Lanes travel pic (Think back roads… exploration… all the things … Continue reading Win Tickets to Pilgrimage Music + Cultural Festival in Franklin, TN!
With automobiles becoming more available, and roads better able to carry them, roadside attractions were all the rage for travelers in the 1940s and ’50s. And with the construction of intersecting highways, two being the Dixie Highway … Continue reading These Wigwams Are Waiting For You On Route 66
American Pickers provides us with some interesting characters… Some we’ll never forget. Prince Mongo of Memphis is one of our favorites. We came across Walter Arnold’s blog – The Art of Abandonment – which gave us … Continue reading Prince Mongo’s Castle: Ashlar Hall
Preservation Magazine is the award winning magazine of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. They recently did a wonderful piece on Mike and we are proud to share it with you. See the … Continue reading Preservation Magazine – Back Story: Mike Wolfe, American Picker
What Southern Living magazine calls one of the South’s best comeback neighborhoods was not long ago referred to, with a hint of side glance, as “the other side of the river”. Neighborhood visionaries Bret and Meg MacFayden met … Continue reading Community in Commerce: East Nashville’s Idea Hatchery