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Whether through a chance encounter with a casting director or a script being read by just the right person, plenty of people dream of making it big by way of pure happenstance. Some wait their entire lives for fate to favor them.

We think it's safe to say that, when parents speak of teaching their children to be tolerant, most prefer that their sons and daughters reflect the boundaries of mom and dad's personal preferences. But we wonder if that is properly preparing our young people for the world in which they will live.

  • Sept. 30th, 2014  |
  • By Tom Tozer and Bill Black

Just as there are lots of products on the market to help ease the aches, pains and mobility issues of human old age, so there is a good selection of such products for senior dogs and cats, as well.

Brian Murphy's No. 1 fan starts phoning each year in April about a beautiful concert poster that won't exist until September. The gentleman always worries that there won't be enough posters left for him to buy, beg or barter for one.

LISA DENTON: Barry, I have to say I'm pretty excited that Yo-Yo Ma is coming to town because he and I have something in common: the same birthday.

Homecoming week at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga starts today with a ton of activities carrying out this year's "Mocbusters" theme.

When I was in school in the late 1970s, a college dorm room was like a flea-bag motel.

Watercolorist Alan Shuptrine is taking on the biggest project of his career, one that will take him from North Georgia to Maine -- on foot.

The family is supposed to be headed to an extended family gathering. Dad is waiting impatiently in the car. Mom is running through the house, yelling at the kids to hurry up because they are running late.

  • Sept. 28th, 2014  |
  • By Julie Baumgardner

NAPLES, Italy — Luca Simeone rides his bike along the sunny beachfront of Naples while his little daughter sleeps on the baby seat.

Maybe it’s time to rethink the way we landscape using tulips.

  • Sept. 28th, 2014  |

If you can’t imagine how your kids can possibly see well enough to do their homework as they sprawl out on the floor, their beds or the couch; fear not: Though good lighting for the homework hour (or hours) is often forgotten, it is simple to achieve.

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