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“American Horror Story” often will present their show on multiple timelines. For some viewers, it’s frustrating to follow so many different stories, but for me, I love watching a storyline unfold on different timelines. After fearing that “AHS” had abandoned the trend of different storylines, they brought it back in the latest episode of “Cult.” …

Photo by Tyler Lamb / Sidelines Archives The kicking unit of most football programs is often the most overlooked part of the team, typically the offense and defense gets highlighted on television. However, a strong kicking unit can help sway the tide of a game, such as a punter not giving up good field position, …

Photo by Connor Burnard / Assistant Lifestyles Editor The ubiquity and convenience of sub shops can make sandwiches a frequent meal for many people. They’re inexpensive and offer quick delivery by large chains like Jimmy John’s, which makes them hard to avoid; however, despite being a self-identified sandwich fanatic, the combination of bread, meat, cheese, …

Photo by Andrew Wigdor / MTSU Sidelines On Aug. 4, 2017, the Murfreesboro City Council approved the purchase of 11.7 acres of natural wetlands that were, at one point, in danger of being disturbed by 91 town homes that were to be built on the land. The city’s purchase of the Oaklands Park wetlands, which …

Photo courtesy of the Sam Davis Home The 19th century plantation was home to the Davis family, known and named for Confederate soldier Sam Davis, who was hanged in 1863 by Union General Grenville Dodge after being charged as a spy. As a popular historic tourist destination in Smyrna opened in 1930, the Historic Sam …