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The Colorful Hat Circus and Variety will be performing at the Dalton Convention Center in Dalton with performances on Friday, Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Oct 2 at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. The Colorful … more
"The leaves are definitely turning in New Hampshire," friend Judy Barlow reported to me this week in an e-mail, "and my three kids are always the first to point out the beautiful reds and golds in … more
While fall officially begins with the autumnal equinox on Sept. 22, Oktoberfest has already started.Wait, what? Oktoberfest in September? Yes, and here's why: Oktoberfest is not just a food and beer … more
Summer may be coming to an end, but in much of the country the weather is still warm enough to appreciate the refreshing zing of citrus and the ease of a no-bake dessert. So, before we move on to … more
The Smyrna Fall Jonquil Festival presented by Superior Plumbing features over 150 arts and crafts booths, a variety of food booths, an entertainment stage, and an abundance of children's activities. … more
David Carroll’s “Hello Chattanooga! Famous People Who Have Visited the Tennessee Valley” is a 700-page book featuring some two hundred photos, more than a hundred years of history, … more
PIGEON FORGE, Tenn.  — Dollywood, one of America’s favorite fall family destinations, celebrates the splendor of autumn in the majestic rolling foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains … more
CHATTANOOGA – Have you longed to lounge with lemurs? Is it your passion to paint with a penguin? Do you seek to shake suckers with a cephalopod, or play chef for a shark?If the answer to any of … more
At least five famous midcentury modern designers made chairs that looked like large hard-boiled eggs with a cutout for seating space: Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971), Milo Baughman (1923-2003), Peter … more
Matthew Henry of Eton is 24 years old. He says he’s been involved in the model train hobby for 25 years. That’s not a typo -- that’s enthusiasm. Henry and other train aficionados … more
As the new school year kicks into high gear, we've got so much on our plates that we hardly have time to put food on them. Such times call for effortless snacky noshes, and not just for the kiddies, … more
Hail to kale! I'm not sure what brought the green, leafy, good-for-you veggie into such renown, but try to open a foodie magazine or blog without some recipe bowing to its virtues. I've been … more
"Antique mixing table" is what the auction catalog said. Meant to mix what? How did you use it? When was it made? Where did it belong in the house? An online search was no help. Today the name … more
PIGEON FORGE — The worldwide literacy program that many have called “the little program that could” continues to receive praise and recognition for its role in shaping the future … more
Jim Pankey has been playing bluegrass music since he was a teenager. In hundreds of live appearances, Pankey has entertained thousands of people -- from  his days in the Murray High School … more
ELLIJAY - The Dancing Goats FolkFest will take place September 25-26. in Ellijay. It will showcase the first-born art of Southern Appalachia along with storytelling, mountain music, traditional foods … more
After a pandemic-caused cancellation in 2020, the Whitfield-Murray Historical Society will once again host the Model Train Expo at the Chatsworth Depot. The event, which is free to the public, is … more
I don't know who needs to hear this, but Labor Day is supposed to be a day off for those who labor. Traditionally, we'd plan a big barbeque feast with all the trimmings. Now, I'm certainly not … more
If your young kids and grandkids like blowing bubbles, they'll love this activity. When the colored bubbles dry on construction paper, they will become the eye-catching background for one-of-a-kind … more
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