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New Year, New Elections – 2018 U.S. Senate Race: Bredesen, Blackburn and Fincher, Oh My!

When Tennessee voters head to the polls for the primary and general elections later this year, they will find fewer incumbents on their ballots than in previous years. Governor Bill Haslam has served his two terms, creating a vacancy for governor of Tennessee, the executive branch in state governance. In a surprising turn of events […]

Fire and Rice: Turn Up the Heat at These Sizzling Hibachi Restaurants

Dining at hibachi restaurants is more than a meal; it’s dinner and a show, complete with banging knives, flying vegetables and the occasional grill-to-ceiling flame. Teppanyaki chefs prepare food on a hot griddle in front of a group of about six to ten dinner guests. Throughout the meal, the chef might juggle spatulas, flip a […]

Splatter Pop: The Artwork of Cody Hale on Display at the Arts Center of Cannon County

The Arts Center of Cannon County’s Berger Gallery hosts Splatter Pop: The Artwork of Cody Hale through Feb. 28. The show features a variety of recent work from the Murfreesboro-based illustrator, portrait artist and graphic designer Hale. Hale says his primary technique involves using toothbrushes to splatter ink on illustration board. He starts with a […]

The Secret Commonwealth, Lager & Blood

The Secret Commonwealth is surely a band name you have heard at some point around Murfreesboro over the years. The Irish/Scottish folk band has been a staple in the Middle Tennessee area since then-MTSU students Troy Guinn, Jack Hunter Daves Jr. and Rob Campbell founded the group back in 1993. After two and a half […]

The Katies, The Hardin Draw, Perry – Sat, 2/17 @ The Boro

Power pop trio The Katies performed high-energy shows in Murfreesboro during the golden age of Spongebath Records, channeling the Pixies, Nirvana and Supergrass in the late ’90s, when guitars were super distorted, but before phones were smart. The group disbanded over a decade ago, but a second coming has percolated over the past couple of […]

Bonnaroo Announces 2018 Lineup; Festival Includes Eminem, the Killers, Muse, Bassnectar

After bouncing back in ticket sales last year, Bonnaroo organizers hope to continue the trend in 2018 by bringing in rap and rock headliners Eminem, the Killers, Muse and Future. Other top artists at the Manchester, Tennessee, festival include Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Bon Iver (two sets), Paramore, Alt-J, Khalid, Dua Lipa and Sheryl Crow. Now […]

Monty Python’s Spamalot Brings Adventure and Nonsense to the Center in February

The second show of the Center for the Arts’ 2018 season is Monty Python’s Spamalot. “Lovingly ripped off from the motion picture Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” Spamalot tells the story of the adventures and dangers awaiting King Arthur and his knights of the “very very very” round table in their quest for the […]

In Celebration of Chocolate Month and National Cherry Month: Black Forest Cake

Happy Valentine’s Day! Looking for something sweet and easy to make for your sweetest, or a different treat to pass out as a gift? Look no further! This Black Forest Cake is easy and packed with flavor. Black Forest Cake 1 chocolate cake, your favorite recipe or boxed (I recommend Duncan Hines if taking the […]

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