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The folks at MMC Comprehensive Breast Center sure know how to make breast cancer survivors feel special! Survivors were invited to The View at the Fountains for a morning of bonding while attending various breakout sessions. 
9/9/2019

Sundresses and Stogies at Sunset

Pi Gamma Gamma Foundation in association with the Murfreesboro Ques proudly hosted their 3rd Annual Sundresses and Stogies at Sunset Event. After almost two years of planning, the group developed the formula for their 2017 event. 
9/9/2019

Breakfast Meeting

Cable is one of Tennessee’s largest and most established networks of diverse professionals, bringing women together through professional development, networking and education. Ginna Foster Cannon was the speaker for their August breakfast meeting at Stones River Country Club.
9/9/2019

Rick Stockstill

Rick Stockstill is most notably known around Rutherford County as the head football coach for Middle Tennessee University for the last 13 years. Football runs in the family, as his own father coached him during high school, and he carried on the tradition by coaching his son, Brent. The family tradition is living on through Brent who is now a coach at Florida Atlantic University, and his daughter, Emily, who is working for her alma mater, the University of Alabama, in the football office.
9/9/2019

VIP at Home: 4422 Garcia Boulevard

A unique, fun, comfortable and functional retreat like no other, the Quesenberrys home is a place where color meets style. Lush, bright colors mixed with a contemporary and classic design plan, it’s the kind of place that will cheer you up while winding you down all at the same time. It’s truly one-of-a-kind.
9/9/2019

Stories from the Sidelines

There are sports fans, and then there are SPORTS FANS. The latter are the people who go out of their way to cheer on their team. Miles traveled adding into the thousands, a wardrobe heavily accented with a single color, and crazy adventures that land one in jail are the stories that “Big Fans” tell with pride. Something like the fisherman, the tales just keep getting bigger the later the season goes on.
9/9/2019

VA Hosts Relationship Enhancement Workshops for Veterans and their Intimate Partners

The Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) continues its relationship enhancement support to Veterans and their intimate partners through free workshops focused on improving communication. The free one-day workshops, which will be offered in Nashville and Murfreesboro, are designed to strengthen communication skills. The workshops are appropriate for happy or distressed couples who have been in a relationship for at least 6 months.
9/9/2019

MMC & Surgicenter is Proud to Announce the Addition of 6 new Physicians

Murfreesboro Medical Clinic & SurgiCenter is committed to meeting the needs of Rutherford County’s growing community. In addition to adding two new locations in 2019, MMC will be adding six new doctors to its team of physicians...
9/9/2019

Editor's Letter

August is the calendar month when summer begins its slow crawl towards autumn, but not before a few more hot days and thunderstorms. Enjoy the bounty of the season: vine-ripened tomatoes, ripe melon, sweet corn on the cob, and blueberries are just a few of my favorites. Luckily for us, Murfreesboro is blessed with one of the finest Farmer’s Markets in the state where we can do just that! Nothing screams summer better than a homecooked meal of fresh fruits and vegetables, locally grown and sold.
9/6/2019

Latest Issue 9 19

9/5/2019

Critically Ill: Healthcare in TN Working Towards a Better Prognosis

Not too long ago, State Senator Shane Reeve’s office sent out the results from a study they had just completed on the state of health in Tennessee. Their diagnosis: Not good. Tennessee ranks above average in diabetes, poor mental health, low weight babies, infant mortality, arthritis, obesity, depression, hypertension, lung cancer, number of smokers, and heart attacks.
8/7/2019

Garage Barre + Bike

You may have noticed the corner of Church St and Vine St on Murfreesboro’s downtown square looks a little different. What once was an empty building with a black coat of paint now features a pink-and-white striped wall (that you’ve probably seen photographed on social media.) Inside these striped walls are barres, bikes, and a community that is flipping the idea of a “boutique fitness studio” completely upside down.
8/7/2019

Cocktails at Copper Ridge

8/6/2019

Boss Babes in the Boro

8/6/2019

Parks in the Boro Casino Night

8/6/2019
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