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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 …

Photo by Connor Burnard / Assistant Lifestyles Editor Nashville’s unique and eccentric late-summer Tomato Art Fest took over the Five Points neighborhood in East Nashville for the 14th consecutive year Friday and Saturday. With an estimated count of more than 60,000 attendants, the one-of-a-kind festival hosted plenty of tomato-related festivities.  The two days of fun …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor In a booming city full of tourists, both first-time and returning, and locals eager to try all things food-related, The Diner couldn’t have come at a better time when it opened its Nashville doors in February. The eatery continues to attract attention for its unique six-story architecture and …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor For the first time since its grand opening in October, I dined at Murfreesboro’s one and only restaurant specializing in the peculiar southern classic known as chicken salad. The very moment of my Chicken Salad Chick entrance, I couldn’t help but notice the bold pops of color fluid …

Photo and story by Kristen Brothers / Contributing Writer Whether it’s a business meeting, first date, devotional or just your everyday, casual outing, it seems as if America’s go-to line is, “Let’s do coffee.” Regardless of whether you’re a Starbucks loyal or believe Dunkin’ Donuts holds the key to the golden cup, it’s the local …

Photo by Eric Goodwin / Assistant News Editor Jeff’s Family Restaurant sits in a neighborhood far removed from the commercial and residential explosion that marks West Murfreesboro as a developer’s playground. Houses dating from the 1950s and ’60s sit adjacent to the restaurant on a street that sees walkers, bikers and neighborhood kids alike. In …