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Ariel Klontz // Contributing writer Cars crawl at low speed on the streets surrounding the historic Rutherford County Courthouse. Joggers run along the sidewalks, dodging casual strollers and street shoppers, families and businessmen. This is a typical day on the square in downtown Murfreesboro. But on Oct. 9 at 6 p.m. it will become so …

With photo contributions by Jamie Cooley and MacKenzie Meins Amid the typical traffic on Broadway, it was not unusual to pass by a Thor or a Jedi last weekend in Nashville. From Sept. 25-27, the Music City Center hosted the third Nashville appearance of the Wizard World Comic Con. The building was abuzz with pop …

Celebrated Nashville-based photographer David McClister’s work has been seen in any number of places, from a magazine’s glossy pages to album covers and soon on the walls of a legendary local nightclub. The photographer, who began his career as a filmmaker and music video director, will debut The Bluebird Cafe Series on Sunday afternoon at …

Murfreesboro’s Center for the Arts has released their 2015 schedule of performances and art exhibitions. This year’s productions include The Music Man, West Side Story, Bonnie & Clyde, White Christmas and the currently running Wizard of Oz. Audition dates for each production can be found at the Center’s website. Check out the full production schedule …

Two-Tone Art Gallery opened it's doors on April 1, 2013. It's located at 113 West Lytle Street in Murfreesboro, Tenn. (FILE/Two-Tone Art Gallery)

Murfreesboro’s Two-Tone Art Gallery is seeking crowd-funded donations for supplies and improvements. The gallery launched an Indiegogo campaign at the beginning of December with a goal of $3,000. The funds raised will go towards display cases, easels, lighting and other amenities for the gallery’s space at 113 West Lytle Street. Even if the campaign does …

Two canvases ─ both bare and tightly bound by cellophane ─ lay in John Smith’s home office, the first of the pack used by his daughter who recently painted a portrait of the family dog, Savannah. Today, no one’s home and Smith, whose artistic background solely includes helping with his children’s art projects, sits down at …