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Photo courtesy of Celebrate Nashville Centennial Park in Nashville will host the 21st annual Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The free event offers a wide range of music, dance, food and activities for all ages. One-in-six Nashvillians is foreign-born, according to Celebrate Nashville’s website. The organization claims that …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor  It was a hot September day, and it felt as though the blazing sun was aiming its rays right at me. Live music filled the Franklin air at the Park at Harlinsdale, and food trucks lined up awaiting exhausted customers — like me — looking to fuel up. …

Photo and story by Emma Demonbreun / Contributing Writer Nashville is a city of many trades, but recent Belmont graduate Megan Beaven noticed that the ever-growing city was missing out on a growing trend: edible cookie dough. And so No Baked Cookie Dough was born, the Louisville, Kentucky, native’s dessert business that specializes in cookie …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor The food’s too spicy, the bill is overpriced, the ambiance lacks personality: finding that go-to eatery can become burdensome — especially when your tastebuds are paying the undying price of tolerating less-than-satisfactory food more often than not — but that all changes today. The Pharmacy Burger Parlor & …

Photo by Connor Burnard / Assistant Lifestyles Editor Sometimes it feels as though the Murfreesboro Latin American food scene lacks in variety. Considering the city has six Camino Real locations, which is the first place everyone thinks of, it’s probably true. But there are some loyal Taqueria Agaveros holdouts. Though the persistence of regional chain …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor First bite — it’s soft, it’s doughy and it’s perfectly melting in my mouth. I want another. Second bite — the light glaze complements the sweet treat in all the right ways. Third bite — Why am I just now trying this? The thing is, if you want …