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The Murfreesboro Little Theatre began its run of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet on Friday evening. The production was wonderfully adapted to fit the needs of a modern audience, while still staying remarkably true to the original story and dialogue. The actors seamlessly blended classic soliloquies and speeches with hilarious delivery of Shakespeare’s original humor. The entire performance represented the tragic …

Diane Fox’s UnNatural History photography exhibit opened Monday in the Baldwin Photographic Gallery, located in the John Bragg Mass Communication Building. The exhibit features photographs of animal displays from taxidermy shops and natural history museums around the world. These photographs are designed to address the distance between animals and humans. Each photo in the exhibit is a portrait …

By Ashley Rhoden, MTSU Sidelines Contributing Writer The leaves are changing, Starbucks is re-introducing the Pumpkin Spice Latte and game day is upon us — it’s officially autumn. In addition to the traditional, fall means a brand new year in fashion. Autumn brings debut collections from A-list designers and most importantly what you will be wearing for …

When you first heard of the idea of a four-player platform fighting game with Nintendo characters, you were more than likely a child, and really into the idea of Mario, Link, Donkey Kong and Samus squaring off against each other. Super Smash Bros. was a success when it debuted in 1999 and has spawned sequels once per console life-cycle ever …

By Shayne McClora, MTSU Sidelines Contributing Writer // John Connor Coulston MTSU Sidelines Lifestyles Editor The Simpsons premiered the 25th iteration of the “Treehouse of Horror,” the show’s annual Halloween special. The first segment, “School is Hell,” begins with Bart discovering a desk possessing demonic runes upon its surface while serving time in detention. He …

Nashville is now home to Delinquent Debutantes, the city’s first official burlesque studio. The studio, located on Charlotte Avenue, is equipped with full-length mirrors, dance bars and glamorous photographs of performers adorning its magenta walls. The studio’s grand opening, hosted by headmistress Freya West, was held earlier this month and showcased some of the city’s …