Skylar

Skylar Webb

Senior City Editor

Skylar is based in Nashville, TN. After graduating from the University of Missouri – Columbia’s broadcast journalism program in 2020 (and a stint in New York City with NBC News before that), Skylar moved to Kansas City, MO to help launch KCtoday. When she’s not writing, you can find Skylar flipping through racks at the thrift store, catching a late-night concert, or frequenting a vibey East Nashville cocktail bar.

Once booming, now barren. Let’s take a peek at malls of Nashville’s past — plus hope for the future.
This will stop you in your tracks: Donelson Station was selected by the Federal Transit Administration for $10 million in funding. Here’s what the money will be used for.
If you’re looking to taste test a few menu items from forthcoming restaurant Choy, this July pop-up is calling your name.
Music City is well represented on the world stage at the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics — these are some locals to watch.
No boat, no problem. Rent one Airbnb-style and get to enjoying our local waterways.
No boat of your own? No problem. Find rentable boats around Seattle through Getmyboat — an Airbnb-like website for folks looking to do some floating around on our local waters.
The Preds are back at Bridgestone Arena competing against the Dallas Stars on Thursday, Oct. 10 + marking the start of the team’s 27th year in the NHL franchise.
In the event you’re passing through downtown, pay a visit to Church Street Park — no wallet necessary.
The Nashville Scene’s 10th annual event shining a spotlight on discounted burgers kicks off on Monday, July 8 and runs through Sunday, July 14.
A study from INRIX shows Nashvillians spent an additional seven hours or so sitting in traffic last year, up 13% from 2022.
You’ve likely passed by this portion of the Gulch, but are you up to date with the SomeraRoad project? It’s ever-changing and new updates just dropped this week.
The July opening of Sushi | Bar in Nashville, which will also house Golden Sound cocktail bar, marks the dining destination’s fifth city.
The NBC News tool utilizes home prices, interest rates, and availability (among other factors) to determine the monthly metric.
According to concept plans, Ascension Saint Thomas Landing will span the west side of the Nashville Yards project from Broadway to Church Street.
From fruity and floral notes to names inspired by the season, these limited-time drinks are a must order.
Take a look at the best answers from locals to questions asked by out-of-towners about living, exploring, and visiting Nashville, TN.
Music City’s park system ranked No. 78 in the US in ParkScore’s annual report and stands eight spots behind Memphis, TN.
The US Census Bureau recently released population estimates, and Lebanon, TN grew by 8.9% in a year, landing it No. 12 on the list of the country’s fastest-growing cities.
We’re handing you the keys to the first part of our newest real estate series unpacking the history of historic architecture styles found in Kansas City.
It’s Tennessee’s 228th birthday on Saturday, June 1, so get ready to blow out the candles because the party is about to start.
A group of business owners, developers, and investors are looking to transform the Antioch space at 5255 Hickory Hollow Pkwy. into Tennessee Nashville Chinatown.
From its Walk Score and abundance of businesses to its central location, the Gulch is a prime example of a neighborhood suited to live, work, and play.
The new cocktail bar situated off of Gallatin Pike officially opens on Saturday, May 25.
The Clydesdales will make four public appearances in Music City May 30-June 3 in partnership with Folds of Honor.
The development will bring entertainment, a bar, retail + restaurant space to 3104 Gallatin Pk. by early 2025.
Look forward to peach season every year? We have good news. The Peach Truck is gearing up to bring fresh, ripe peaches to Music City.
See how Music City stacks up against its competition and why we think its placement on the recent WalletHub study should be much higher.
Plus, there’s a new Tour de Nash twist for non-bike riders on event day, Saturday, May 18.
The flock of sheep are deployed throughout the Middle Tennessee area for targeted grazing aimed at clearing plants.
Grab the popcorn. NightLight 615, the popular outdoor movie screening in Nashville, returns in June with blockbuster films, craft beer, and food trucks.