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Photo courtesy of MT Spare Story by Elizabeth Juengling/Contributing Writer MT SPARE hosted the inaugural Supernatural Cinema Fest from Oct. 21, 2019 to Oct. 23, 2019 in the MTSU Student Union Theater. Students were invited to create their own horror movies and submit them to compete against their peers.  The submissions were required to have …

Photos and Story by Sergio Pacheco This past weekend, Nashville celebrated its 40th annual Oktoberfest. Over ten city blocks were covered in food vendors, performers, food trucks and all kinds of traditions related to the event. The event officially started on Thursday with its opening ceremony and multiple musical performances, but only lasted for seven …

Photos and story by Elizabeth Juengling/ Contributing Writer Lucky Ladd Farms held the first Fall Family Fun weekend of the season on Saturday, Sept. 21 in Rutherford County. There was fun for all ages with  “ag-venture” fun park attractions, educational activities, animal displays, and of course–pumpkins.  Lucky Ladd provided children with fun, farm-themed games and …

Photo courtesy of Huffington Post  Story by Christin Trammell / Contributing Writer Being a college student, sometimes it’s easier just to slip into sweatpants and a hoodie for class, but it is possible to remain cozy and trendy for the future freeze. These upcoming 2018 runway trends may appear a little “over the top” for …

Photo courtesy of Sidelines Archive Photos and story by Gerardo Palacios / Contributing Writer Downtown Franklin hosted PumpkinFest Saturday for its 34th year as Middle Tennessee’s largest family fall festival. And with the celebration came many treats, some of which took the form of Halloween candy.   It was a chilly day for an outdoor …

Photo by Rachael Anne Keisling / MTSU Sidelines Story by Katrina Johnson / Contributing Writer It’s the time of year when Mother Nature puts on a show of color, but the question is will the forests offer vibrant yellows, oranges and reds, or will the mountains only offer shades of brown? Will they even be …