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Got the club going up on a weekend

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By SUSAN PIERCE

Karen Guethlein started Brick Kiln Handmade Pottery in her living room, firing pieces in a 50-year-old kiln with no experience other than what she taught herself from YouTube videos.

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East Ridge has a new seasonal attraction, the Christmas Nights of Lights, a 1.5-mile, drive-through light show synchronized to traditional and contemporary holiday music, now open at Camp Jordan Park, 323 Camp Jordan Parkway.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

Sure, the rocks are nice, but for most of the year, one of the biggest selling points of a visit to Rock City is the thousand-dollar view from Lover’s Leap.

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By STAFF REPORT

Holidays Under the Peaks is kicking off at the Tennessee Aquarium, 1 Broad St.

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The local Barnes & Noble store, 2100 Hamilton Place Blvd., has several activities planned during the chainwide kickoff to the holiday shopping season.

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By BARRY COURTER

Count me among those who resisted signing up for Facebook early on. Just didn’t see the point. That’s changed, since I finally realized that I can’t go through a day without seeing which cat video is trending.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

In early 2009, the members of roots-rock/old-time outfit Old Crow Medicine Show were flying pretty high, thanks largely to the fact that their 2008 album, “Tennessee Pusher,” had broken into the Top 10 of the Billboard Country chart.

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By RICK BENTLEY

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1” shows that Lawrence can handle each with a skill years beyond her age.

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By STAFF REPORT

Two local restaurants have created specialty menu options that will let residents support the mission of the Grateful Gobbler Walk while eating lunch or dinner.

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By STAFF REPORT

A Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum train will head straight to the North Pole to pick up Santa starting this weekend.

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Want to catch up with Katniss and Peeta before you see “Mockingjay, Part 1” in theaters?

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Presented by the Times Free Press, the second annual HoHo Expo is set for Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 22-23, at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

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By KAREN NAZOR HILL

This Sunday’s Thanksgiving Market will be the last Chattanooga Market at First Tennessee Pavilion until next spring, but it won’t be the last of the season.

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In keeping with tradition, the UTC Percussion Ensemble will give thanks and “Beat Hunger” with its annual concert Monday, Nov. 24.

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By LISA DENTON
By JENNIFER BARDONER

Whoever said “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” may have been talking about Bald Headed Bistro in Cleveland, Tenn. I mean that in a good way.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

As my wife and I sat in a decidedly frigid Sanford Stadium at the University of Georgia last weekend, it quickly became clear that the Bulldogs were doing their best Buck Owens impression because they had the Tigers’ tails firmly in hand.

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Almost Home Transitional Housing, a nonprofit agency in Franklin County, Tenn., will host an evening of entertainment with singer Jimmy Wayne on Saturday, Nov. 22, at North Middle School

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Entertainer Jim Witter will take a multimedia musical journey through the 1970s in a Presidential Concert Series show Friday, Nov. 21, at Lee University in Cleveland

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