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Chill Out: Murfreesboro Ice Cream Shops and Other Frozen Treats

Craving an ice cream, frozen custard, milkshake, paleta, Blizzard or Frosty? Explore Murfreesboro’s frozen landscape with these cold options: Baskin-Robbins 2170 Old Fort Pkwy., 1723 Memorial Blvd. July is a special month for Baskin-Robbins, as is every month with 31 days. On July 31, the shop sells regular and kids ice cream scoops for $1.50 […]

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From Rust to Art: Charley Davidson’s Rustorcreations

Murfreesboro artist and entrepreneur Charley Davidson looks to preserve items of the past by turning pieces metal scrap into art for all to enjoy. Davidson looks for items from past decades which people have thrown out when they no longer need them; he started Rustorcreations by Charley Davidson seven years ago when he moved to […]


Somewhere Place Else: Rockvale Farm Will Pickle Nearly Anything

When Stephen Vire was a boy growing up in rural Kentucky, he often worked the garden, he said. Not because he considered it a fun pastime, but because it was part of his household chore assignments. “My parents told me, ‘If you want to eat, you’ll help out in the garden,’” Vire said. A few […]

Juicy’s Wellness Cafe

’Boro Business Buzz: Hop Springs, Carmen’s, Donatos, Waxface, Juicy’s Wellness Cafe and more

McMinnville’s favorite vegan restaurant (yes, you read that right) is planning a second location across from The Avenue Murfreesboro. Juicy’s Wellness Cafe has been a surprising hit in McMinnville and the brand is expanding to The Gateway. The cafe is set to open in the fall in a multi-tenant development across from Peter D’s. Juicy’s hopes […]

Will Waters, Sedrie Orantes, Brandon Hoyt, Ryan Chavez, Sam Hagler, and Shannon McKinley

Center for the Arts Presents Ragtime the Musical July 7–23

The Center for the Arts explores what it means to be an American with its production of Ragtime, coming up July 7–23. Rachel Jones, a newcomer to Center for the Arts, directs the Tony Award-winning musical, written by Terrence McNally with music by Stephen Flaherty and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. At the dawn of a […]

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Blueberries Ripe for the Picking in the Murfreesboro Area

July is now upon the residents of Murfreesboro, and with this month comes the season for picking blueberries. The good news is, even if you do not have blueberry plants of your own, there are patches right here in Murfreesboro where anyone can pick. One of these places is the Batey Farms berry patch, located […]

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EmiSunshine Returns to Bird Song July 29

Prolific singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist EmiSunshine will return to Bird Song Studio on Saturday, July 29. At 13 years old, the East Tennessee native, born Emilie Sunshine Hamilton, boasts an impressive résumé, from writing and recording her own music to performing at the Grand Ole Opry on more than 10 occasions. Following her October 2016 performance […]

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A Serene, Secluded Swim Below Tennessee’s Foster Falls

For a serene day-trip escape from the busy routines of town, Foster Falls offers a chance to swim or to simply perch for a while and listen to the waterfall splash into the pool below while observing fish, butterflies, flowers and other non-man-made splendor. Located outside of Monteagle, about an hour’s drive from Murfreesboro, the […]