Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor It’s official — classes are here. This time around, that statement isn’t quite the death sentence it used to be. Before this semester, I dreaded the first day back, like there was literally nothing worse than being forced to sit behind a raggedy desk older than most millennials …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor First bite — it’s soft, it’s doughy and it’s perfectly melting in my mouth. I want another. Second bite — the light glaze complements the sweet treat in all the right ways. Third bite — Why am I just now trying this? The thing is, if you want …

Photo and story by Payton Comerford / Contributing Writer Sitting in a line of cars or standing in a line for beer, Murfreesboro’s Mayday Brewery made the sun lining up with the moon quite the event, and the 500-plus people that were there seemed to agree. Whether they were screaming for the Pink Floyd cover …

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 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 Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor In a booming city full of tourists, both first-time and returning, and locals eager to try all things food-related, The Diner couldn’t have come at a better time when it opened its Nashville doors in February. The eatery continues to attract attention for its unique six-story architecture and …