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On 6/24/2018 at 8:31 AM, smeagolsfree said:

Just curious, who are these people supposed to be?

The woman on the right is Alicia Bognanno the frontwoman/song writer/producer of the Nashville band Bully who are signed to SubPop records.

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This was a surprise to me. Of all things to come to Dickerson Pike, I did not anticipate a coffee shop. Though I am very happy to see it and hope it is a sign of things to come!

(They opened on July 1st.)

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35 minutes ago, markhollin said:

The uber cool new metal weave stage at OneC1TY's public green.  An awful lot of work went in to this.  Not sure who did it, or what the cost---but it couldn't have been cheap.  

ONEC1TY stage, July 4, 2018, 1.jpg

Actually, it's plastic. I assume recycled plastic

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On 7/6/2018 at 8:06 AM, LA_TN said:

Actually, it's plastic. I assume recycled plastic

 I would have preferred this illuminated with sitting area in the middle in a larger scale at the sticks location 

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I'm a frequent visitor. There is another piece of art in the yard that is very intriguing under various natural light conditions.

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On 7/14/2018 at 6:51 AM, markhollin said:

Bicentennial Mall fountains:
 

Bicenntenial Park fountains x.jpg

More proof of the most underrated park not only in Nashville or Tennessee, but also in the southeast. 

Sections of the park or the park itself many nashvillians don’t know exist 

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15 hours ago, nashvylle said:

More proof of the most underrated park not only in Nashville or Tennessee, but also in the southeast. 

Sections of the park or the park itself many nashvillians don’t know exist 

While the lights are cool at night, it was a MUCH better fountain before the flood. The state legislature voted for the cheaper option (lights) instead of rebuilding the original "dancing" fountain. A huge loss for our city

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Seems like the fountains were beset with multiple issues beginning not long after Bicentennial Mall opened.    Repair crews were constantly working on them with the fountains being shut down for long stretches at a time.      At least the last round of repairs has had them operational for quite a while now.        And they still do "dance" a little bit with the jets raising and lowering in timed sequences.      I see families bringing their kids out to play in the fountains all summer long.   

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