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Photo by Matt Masters / Sidelines Archives Julien Baker has come a long way from crashing in strangers’ homes playing house shows. The former MTSU student practically blew up overnight after her 2015 release, “Sprained Ankle.” Since then, fans have been anxiously awaiting her new work, especially after her announcement earlier this year that she …

Photo by Connor Burnard / Assistant Lifestyles Editor It’s not every day that the sun enjoys a favored pastime of hide-and-go-seek, but Monday, Aug. 21, that’s exactly what’s bound to happen due to The Great American Eclipse. While it’s true the solar eclipse will completely capture Nashville’s gleam of daylight for an approximate two minutes, …

Photo by Connor Burnard / Assistant Lifestyles Editor Thai rolled ice cream, a popular trend gaining traction in the United States with the help of viral videos, officially arrives in Murfreesboro thanks to Top Cold Grill Ice Cream and Tea. In preparation for their grand opening, they hosted their soft opening Wednesday, and Murfreesboro residents …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor Whether it’s the commemoration of a loved-one’s 50th birthday or the notable purchase of one’s 50th concert ticket, the number serves as a milestone in many scenarios, just as it did last night in Lightning 100’s execution of its 50th Live on the Green–a free concert series that …

Photo by Eric Goodwin / Assistant News Editor I’ll admit it: before going to Cup Pop, a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it Korean Barbecue place sandwiched in between a liquor store and a vape shop, I had never set foot in a restaurant of its kind. Asian restaurants established in Murfreesboro tend to come from Korea’s distant neighbors across …