Hometown girl runs signature store on the Square.
The new MTSU Theatre production of the award-winning "Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead" has a sincere message for its audience: Reach out and get to know the person next to you.
At 144, historic church has nearly new spiritual leader .
Decorating cakes can be a time-consuming job, but not when the cakes are made of ice cream.
CHALAXY broke in the stage opening night at the Boro's newest alternative music venue.
Timothy McCoy is bringing new pieces of history to MTSU's renowned Baldwin Photographic Gallery with "The Mark of Time," an exhibition of his work on egg white-and metal-treated papers.
From now until Sept. 23, e.Allen will accept donations of gently used clothing, shoes, accessories and handbags to benefit Dress for Success. For donating 5+ items, customers will receive a $50 certificate to be used at e.Allen's Fall Preview Party.
Autumn waits around the corner, and with it cider, bonfires and the inaugural Boro Art Crawl.
At 85, Murfreesboro's Tom Caldwell is still prepared.
Dr. Linda Gilbert says parents, church taught her to care.
Many moons ago, back in 1984, Tina Turner posed the question: "What's Love Got to Do with It?" That single was her only number one U.S. hit and helped sell millions of records.
The well-dressed individual knows just how to mix and match separate items of clothing to obtain the best possible look.
Pharmacist Chad Mills of Mills Family Pharmacy was recently recognized for his work with Middle Tennessee pharmaceutical students.
Art lovers, be immersed in a new exhibit -- maybe even get a little drunk on the creative splendor surrounding an element of Southern life considered both popular and practical, as well as prohibited.
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