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Photos and story by Katrina Johnson / Contributing Writer When Chicken Salad Chick first opened its doors to Murfreesboro customers, they treated the first 100 guests with a year’s supply of free chicken salad. Again, the company caters to customer satisfaction in the celebration of its 10th birthday, offering all of Thursday’s customers a free …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor You know what they say, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” And after my visit to Biscuit Love at Nashville’s Hillsboro Village — this was my second option, since Biscuit Love in The Gulch had a line spilling from it’s doors — I, too, believe …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Even though the long-awaited holidays are a thing of the past, Santa left frigid temperatures in his wake. The sky is a dark, wintry gray, the icy grass crunches with every step and the spring semester has found us all too soon. Is there anything to save us from the winter …

Photos and story by Victoria Leuang / Contributing Writer As Murfreesboro continues to grow, so does the restaurant community, which explains Party Fowl’s decision to make Murfreesboro its second location. Back in 2000, Austin Smith, who now serves as the restaurant’s owner, started a slow pitch softball team by the name of Party Fowl. 14 …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Story by Wendy Anderson / Contributing Writer From the stress-filled shopping to the annual tree decorating, the holidays bring many things with them. And one thing we can’t overlook is the never-ending holiday parties that we’re often obligated to show up to with a tasty treat. While nobody wants to be the …

Photo courtesy of Ellie Michellie’s Eatery and Catering / Facebook While many millennials choose to pursue higher education directly after high school, some — such as Ellen Woods, the owner of Ellie Michellie’s Eatery and Catering in Morristown, Tennessee — prefer to take a different path: a path filled with hard work, goal-oriented passion and …