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Murfreesboro’s Center for the Arts’ production of the 1967 thriller Wait Until Dark began its week-long run Friday night. Wait Until Dark is a ’60s psychological thriller featuring a blind woman left home alone—until three men claiming to be police officers and friends of her husband arrive. The trio commit to an elaborate scheme to torment the woman for …

A nationwide tour of photography, sculpture and painting by young artists with disabilities opened Monday evening at MTSU’s Todd Art Gallery. “In/finite Earth” features work from fifteen artists between the ages of 16 and 25 with disorders like dyslexia and autism. The pieces “illuminate [the artists’] innovative viewpoints at the intersection of environmentalism, creativity and disability,” according to …

If you were to walk into The Pfunky Griddle, you will quickly notice that it’s not your typical breakfast eatery. Here, you’re handed a series of items including a pitcher of all you can eat batter, your choice of toppings and a spatula to make your own breakfast. The restaurant also offers alternatives for those with …

By Rhiannon Gilbert, Staff Writer University President Sidney McPhee gave a lecture on his visits to China and his passion for photography to students and faculty members in the Todd Art Gallery on Wednesday afternoon. The lecture marked the first day of “CHINA: Through the Eyes of an American University President,” an exhibit featuring McPhee’s photos …

MTSU’s Todd Art Gallery has six planned exhibits for the fall semester. The exhibits cover a broad range of aspects of the art world including painting, illustration, sculpture, photography and printmaking. The next gallery will be “CHINA: Through the Eyes of an American University President,” which features over 300 of MTSU President Sidney McPhee’s images from his trips …