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As a child, Mary Alice Haney dreamed of creating beautiful fashions for glamorous people.

Q: My husband insists that golf is part of his fitness routine. Does it have true fitness benefits?

  • April 24th, 2014  |
  • By By Dr. Jason Robertson

Long before he took to wearing a massive homemade headdress and bringing a raw energy to bear on stages in and around Nashville, Graham Fitzpenn couldn't have cared less about performing.

Emotional wounds can be some of the hardest to endure. Left alone, they can become septic and fester. In time, they can cripple.

In a little less than two months, I’ll celebrate my 29th birthday.

Get your mouth set. South Pittsburg, Tenn.'s annual salute to a Southern staple, the National Cornbread Festival, returns this weekend.

At first blush, the idea of presenting an opera inside Historic Engel Stadium might seem strange. But the folks with Artisti Affamati are producing "The Mighty Casey," which is based on the Ernest Thayer poem "Casey at the Bat," which has the memorable final line "But there is no joy in Mudville -- mighty Casey has struck out."

Over the past several decades, fans at Historic Engel Stadium have seen the likes of no less than Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jackie Robinson and even basketball legend turned part-time baseball player Michael Jordan. Tonight and Saturday, April 24 and 26, they will get to cheer on Mighty Casey himself.

Chattanooga Market, a Sunday ritual for countless area families, begins a new season Sunday, April 27, at First Tennessee Pavilion, 1829 Reggie White Blvd.

  • April 24th, 2014  |

Two chances to hear CSO perform, one chance to sit in coming up - Arpil 24, 27

Cellist Wesley Baldwin featuredon Shostakovich concertoin both perfomances

Knoxville cellist Wesley Baldwin will be the featured soloist in two CSO performances this weekend, the first tonight, April 24, at the Tivoli Theatre and the second on Sunday afternoon, April 27, in the Volkswagen Conference Center.

Producers at Dalton Little Theatre seem to have developed a certain fondness for playwright Mark Dunn. This weekend, it appears the feeling is mutual.

Days of Remembrance, the annual commemoration of the Holocaust, will be observed nationally next week, April 27-May 4. Local events include a community service of readings, music and prayers, presented by the Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga on Sunday at the Jewish Cultural Center.

  • April 24th, 2014  |

The third annual Kidz Expo returns Sunday, April 27, with a Disney star, scads of cartoon characters, pageant winners, video games, face painters and bounce houses among the draws designed to appeal to kids from toddlers to tweens.

Two Southeast Tennessee towns are paying homage to wild leeks of Appalachia, otherwise known as ramps, this weekend. Polk County residents will gather in the Greasy Creek community for the 57th annual Ramp Tramp Festival. Monroe County residents will head to Tellico Plains for their fourth annual Ramp Festival.

  • April 24th, 2014  |

Cloak-and-dagger intrigue, historical drama and controversial comedy are among the themes to be explored in the seventh annual Jewish Film Series, starting Wednesday, April 30, at the Jewish Cultural Center.

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