Seafood Hotline @ The Boro, Saturday, Oct. 6

Photo by Darrin Ledford

Who doesn’t love the audio assault of Seafood Hotline? With killer guitarmonies delivered via a hard rock/punk shredding style, they’re as good as any Nashville/Murfreesboro band doing the garage rock thing. They gotta be, since they jammed with Nashville’s JEFF the Brotherhood last year at the ol’ Walnut House and, more recently, played an awesome Exit/In show for ‘Boro-based post hardcore outfit Tetsuo’s third record release. It will be good times at The Boro this eve.


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  • Rosenda Nachor

    How do the restaurants keep their seafood fresh? Do you ask yourself this question as you eat out? This article aims to answer this question by explaining how seafood is kept fresh.One of the safest and healthiest foods that are found in restaurants are sea foods. Once the food is bought from the market, or brought into the restaurant by a supplier, the simplest way to keep it fresh is to ensure that it remains cold. The most common of seafood freeze at temperatures of around 27 degrees Fahrenheit.’

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