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Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor With an acclaimed title like Music City, U.S.A., Middle Tennessee attracts thousands of aspiring musicians on the daily, some great and some not-so-good. But every now and then, a diamond arises from the rough. Marisa McKaye, a 12-year-old local to Franklin, recently represented what it means to be …

Photo and story by Genesis Rodriguez / Contributing Writer Tennessee’s very own fashion designer JoAnn “Jae” Edwards hosted her second annual “A Touch of Paris Fashion Show” (ATOP), also known as the Fashion Show for a Purpose, Saturday night in the Marriott Hotel of Cool Springs. Just as she did last year, Edwards collaborated with …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor If you’ve ever visited a Krispy Kreme while their renowned red light was lit, you know that means fresh doughnuts are ready to satisfy your sweet tooth. On Friday, the red light continued to lure customers in from open to close, because this was no ordinary day for …

Photo courtesy of Southern Living In four short months, people near and far will flood the historic town of Franklin, Tennessee, as a part of the third annual Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival at the Park at Harlinsdale. As the countdown dwindles closer and closer to Sept. 23 and 24, Pilgrimage has unveiled the daily …

After a crazy first round of the playoffs, it is now onto round two. The first week presented some upsets, but now is the time to figure out who are contenders and who are pretenders. Riverdale vs. Oakland (Neutral Site) Rivalries are always intense, competitive, and gritty games, but in the playoffs, it only gets …

By: David Chamberlain//Contributing Writer The weather’s getting colder which means football is heating up. The season is winding down and most teams are entering the last two weeks remaining in the regular season. Seeding is critical this late in the season and everyone is fighting for the postseason. These are games to keep an eye on …