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Story and Photos by Veronica Prigmore On Saturday evening, November 10, Nashville’s Food Truck Festival commenced near the famous pedestrian bridge in downtown Nashville– with food trucks not like ones patrons would normally see at other festivals. The event had a diverse selection of mouth-watering dishes such as lobster, Syrian cuisine and even Ramen noodles. …

Photos and Story by Sergio Pacheco/Contributing Writer On Sunday, November 3, the annual Thai-Laos Food Fair was hosted at the Wat Amphawan of America, a Buddhist temple located in Murfreesboro. The event started at 11 a.m. at Barfield Crescent park in Murfreesboro, where people from all over Middle Tennessee showed up. The small price of …

Photos and Story by Reana Gibson/Contributing Writer On Saturday, October 19, the fourth annual ‘Boro International Festival was held at the historic Cannonsburgh Village in downtown Murfreesboro. The festival is a multi-cultural event that is organized and hosted by Intercultural Awareness & Education Experience and sponsored by the Confucius Institute and MTSU International Affairs. It …

Photos and Story by Sergio Pacheco This past weekend, Nashville celebrated its 40th annual Oktoberfest. Over ten city blocks were covered in food vendors, performers, food trucks and all kinds of traditions related to the event. The event officially started on Thursday with its opening ceremony and multiple musical performances, but only lasted for seven …

Photos and Story by Elizabeth Juengling/Contributing Writer Outdoor Murfreesboro celebrated hummingbirds and wished them a safe migration at their annual Hummingbird Festival at Barfield Crescent Park on Sept. 7.  Families and individuals from the greater Murfreesboro area gathered at the Barfield Crescent Wilderness Station for food, vendors, scavenger hunts, crafts, educational talks and most importantly, …

Photo and story by Gracie Martin / Studio M Murfreesboro is a town of traditions, loyalty and family, and nothing exemplifies that more than the home-cooking hotspot, City Café, located just off of the square on Main Street.  The diner, open for breakfast and lunch six days a week, is the oldest restaurant in Murfreesboro …