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Reflections Gallery’s entryway has been transformed into a huge arch crafted from exploded books whose ripped pages seem frozen midair in a perfect arc.

So my 7-year-old son and I were eating ice cream together last Monday night when he steered the conversation to his favorite subject: Caribbean cruises.

He had an AMAZING showbiz dream!!! It's STILL happening!!!

Bourbon is so steeped in Kentucky history, distilleries dot highways across the state.

TODAY AL MILLARD STOCKING FULL OF LOVE, Walker County Civic Center, Rock Spring, Ga., 7-10 p.m. $6 couples, $3 individuals, 1950s sock hop with music by Tommy Jett, Paul Smith and Jimmy Tawater, trophies for Best Dressed ’50s, Best Twist and Hula Hoop contests. 423-718-7651.

Shaunti Feldhahn is a Harvard-educated, ground-breaking social researcher who has spent time working on Capitol Hill and Wall Street.

  • Aug. 31st, 2014  |
  • By By Julie Baumgardner

It seems oddly hasty to be thinking about a fall garden’s harvest when temperatures are still soaring into the mid-90s.

Our family of five purchased a vehicle a couple of years ago that seats six, a Mazda Five. We took our own children, along with another kid in church, to school each morning, and the vehicle was perfect for that task; it also has the additional benefit of getting superb gas mileage.

  • Aug. 30th, 2014  |
  • By By Pastor Bo Wagner

Dr. Kevin Kiswani is a soft-spoken, extremely articulate speaker with a riveting message.

  • Aug. 30th, 2014  |
  • By By Nell Mohney

• Jim Ricketts and Crystle Elam; 11 a.m. Sunday; Grace Baptist Church, 172 Robin Drive, Suck Creek Mountain, Tenn.; also 6 p.m. Sunday, One Accord Community Church, 343 Sweetland Drive, Red Bank; 775-2806.

• The Kirkman Technical High School Class of 1964 will hold its 50th reunion today at the Chattanooga Choo Choo imperial ballroom, 1400 Market St. Call Glenda Kennett Barnes at 423-867-0157 or Margie Smith Penny at 423-875-0458.

The pale, lime-green cottage with stone trim is tucked into a quiet residential neighborhood in Chattanooga, yet it attracts U.S. senators, governors, bank presidents, network news anchors and rising Wall Street stars.

Q: Dad, is there a big difference between working in the corporate world, retail and food services?

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