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Athena Awards Luncheon

5/20/2019

Paws & Pearls

Don’t all of us know, “dogs are a man’s best friend?” Obviously, Amanda Oliver and her staff at The Beesley Animal Foundation know this, and that’s why they invited all guests to bring their “best friend” to this 10th annual event at the Grove at Williamson Place.
5/20/2019

Chuck Akers

Chuck Akers is the owner of Summit Concrete. A Murfreesboro native, Akers graduated from MTSU with a degree in business, then worked for various locally owned businesses before opening his own in 2015. He couldn’t imagine living or working anywhere else than in his thriving and vibrant hometown.
5/20/2019

Martha-Marie Pippen

Martha-Marie Pippen is a Murfreesboro native and the owner of Pure Glow Skin Care day spa. Pippen’s passion for skin care goes back to her childhood. “I used to save my allowance and buy Teen Magazine,” she said. “Whatever they said to do for skin, I did it!” 
5/20/2019

Athena Patrons Party

5/13/2019

Rock the Block: Business After Hours

5/13/2019

Jen Hays

As the owner of Barre 11, Jen Hays loves the flexibility she has when it comes to owning a business, especially when it comes to having extra time to spend with her kids. With the flexibility, of course, also comes challenges, and she admits it can be hard to find balance at times.
5/13/2019

Elizabeth Allen

Elizabeth Allen is the owner of e.Allen, a designer boutique that specializes in women’s clothing. Allen has always possessed a knack for fashion. At an early age, she knew she needed to utilize this God-given talent to help others.
5/13/2019

Latest Issue 5 19

5/7/2019

Dana Womack

Dana Womack is a Murfreesboro native who describes herself as “an asset protector and a dream maker.” As a State Farm Insurance Agent, she has helped countless people protect their most valuable assets: their homes, their vehicles, and most importantly, their lives.
5/6/2019

Jane Jones & Mary Ann Richardson

Jane Jones and Mary Ann Richardson opened their business together, a unique antiques and gift store, in 1972. Amazingly, that was 47 years ago and since that time they have expanded into a full-time design center with 8,000 square feet of furniture, home accessories and fine gifts.
5/6/2019

Safe Room Expansion Service Opens

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Center recently moved into a larger building to expand its capacity to provide innovative and quality victim services. At their Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Open House in February, the center announced their SAFE Room expansion service which would provide a safe, comfortable and welcoming space...
5/6/2019

VIProfile: Anne Davis

Anne Davis may be a native of Huntsville, Alabama but her friendly face and heart for service has shined on behalf of countless Murfreesboro citizens for more than three decades. Currently, Davis serves as the president of The Christy-Houston Foundation, Inc. and the president of The Charity Circle of Murfreesboro...
5/6/2019

Do you know the History of our Center For The Arts?

As Murfreesboro grew exponentially in the latter part of the1990’s, and MTSU wasquickly becoming the largest school in the state, it became evident that the arts were missing from our city. A city with no arts is like a sky with no clouds, so a team of caring citizens decided to do something about it. It was not easy!
5/6/2019

VIP At Home: Stone at 550 E. Main St.

Who would want to move to downtown Murfreesboro, Tennessee to take on the massive undertaking of renovating a dated, huge and empty house standing for sale? The mere thought of it sounds like a chore only a very special and select person might want or be able to tackle.
5/6/2019
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