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Story and photo by Holden Phillips // Contributor October is once again upon us in Murfreesboro, and the chill of Halloween is in the air. Many haunted houses and spooky attractions have been testing the brave souls willing to explore them, including the Oaklands Historic House Museum. Throughout October, the historic site offers visitors a darker …

Mackenzie Meins // Contributing writer “I got to meet Stan Lee,” is perhaps the prime example of one phrase every nerd wishes they could claim to be true. For Zach Edwards, owner of The Score of Murfreesboro, it is. The Score of Murfreesboro, a local store that sells new and used video games and consoles, …

If you pass Central Christian Church on the corner of East Main Street, you’ll notice a little box on a pole, similar to a birdhouse, with a gold dome on top that replicates the church roof. Placed in front of it is a rock for small children to stand on and reach into the  glass door, …

This story was originally featured in the April edition of the Murfreesboro Pulse Beginning April 24, the third annual Boro Fondo Biking, Music and Arts Festival will bring Murfreesboro three days of local and national music acts, visual performances and a lot of cycling from venue to venue. The bikes-and-bands festival made huge strides in terms …

I didn’t wear makeup for over one month. That’s right. No powder, no lipstick, no mascara — nothing. My routine had previously been at maximum capacity with liquid foundation, powder, blush, eye shadow, eyebrows filled in, eyeliner, mascara, lipstick and lip gloss. I never left the house without at least my eyebrows done and some …

Photos by John Connor Coulston On the evening of Feb. 14, 1966, Bob Dylan arrived at Columbia’s historic Studio A in Nashville, Tennessee–after a delayed flight and weeks of unsuccessful recording time in New York City–to lay down one of his greatest rock albums to date: Blonde on Blonde. Dylan’s Nashville studio time not only helped others see …