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By Jordan Trice/ Contributing writer Photo courtesy of Atlantic Records After a four-year absence since his 2012 album “Unorthodox Jukebox,” pop sensation Bruno Mars is back at it again with “24K Magic.” Mars, one of the best-selling artists of all time, has accomplished many feats during his career, including winning four Grammys, topping the Forbes 30 …

Photos courtesy of  Goth Babe, Love Lies Bleeding and Snake Cheney Thanks to Middle Tennessee State University’s prestigious recording industry program and Nashville’s lucrative music industry opportunities, Murfreesboro is home to a diverse, expansive alternative music scene. From that comes some great punk, indie pop, rhythm and blues, hip-hop, emo and more. Below is a list, …

Photo courtesy of  Oaklands Park By Marcus Maddox/ Contributing writer Acorn Festival, a new music event, will be held in Murfreesboro this Saturday. The festival features a range of indie rock, folk and Americana music. Locally and nationally known artists will showcase their talent at Murfreesboro’s Oakland Park grounds. Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation and Oakland …

Doctor Strange

Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios By Abigail Miller/ Staff writer One thing that superhero fans have learned in recent years is to never doubt or underestimate Marvel. After the success of “Guardians of the Galaxy,” it became clear that Stan Lee’s team could turn even the strangest, most unexpected superheroes into box-office stars. So when “Doctor …

Photo courtesy of RCA Records By Jordan Trice/ Contributing writer Infamous hip-hop collective A$AP Mob released their debut super-group album, “Cozy Tapes,” this past week. The collective currently consists of 14 rappers, including well-known artists such as A$AP Ferg, A$AP Rocky and A$AP Twelvyy. A$AP Mob has often been compared with the likes of Odd Future, …

Story by Chandler Shrode/ Contributing Writer Photos by Ambre Stewart The imposing, cuboid structure of the Rutherford County Detention Center loomed over Ambre Stewart as she crossed the parking lot. Without committing any crime, this Middle Tennessee State University student was going­ to jail. And she brought her camera. Most importantly, she did this for …