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By JIM TANNER

Chattanooga is really rolling when it comes to cycling.

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With my limited athletic experience, I had no idea what to expect when I signed up for Outdoor Chattanooga’s first-ever bouts of kayak polo, offered every Thursday in September.

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By STAFF REPORT

Candy’s dandy, but some ghosts and goblins crave more than sweets on Halloween. Here are a few ideas beyond the trick-or-treat circuit.

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By BARRY COURTER

Kevin James can make you laugh any number of ways.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

When most bands take the stage, the only response they want from the audience is dancing, clapping and whistling. To those bands, cascading streamers of toilet paper and handfuls of rice could be a turnoff.

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By STAFF REPORT

An event that helped shape Chattanooga’s reputation as an outdoors destination marks its 10th year this weekend.

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By BARRY COURTER

Every now and then a book comes across the desk here and I wonder how I ever got along without it for all of these years. The “Infographic Guide to Music,” as well as its companion guides to literature, sports and life, the universe and everything, is not one of ...

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

In a career spanning half a century, Dave Mason’s fingers have been in so many musical pies it’s surprising he can spare any for his guitar.

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By STAFF REPORT

Grammy Award-winning artist Ray LaMontagne will showcase a new album, “Supernova” and new band as he continues his fall tour with a show at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31, at the Tivoli Theatre, 709 Broad St.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

Its all about healthy living — fresh produce and free health screenings — when Chattanooga Market hosts the Erlanger HealthFair on Sunday, Nov. 2.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

Get your costume on Oct. 31 and join goblins haunting Lake Winnepesaukah during its first Halloween night party. Friday night’s spook-tacle offers all the fun of the amusement park’s WinnepeSpookah, which has been held weekends in October, plus special events just for Halloween night, says Lake Winnie spokeswoman Talley Green.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

You’ve seen pumpkins fly through the air on Science Channel’s “Punkin Chunkin.” Now you can clock your own pumpkin’s hang time on Saturday, Nov. 1, when Crabtree Farms hosts its Pumpkin Smash fall festival.

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By STAFF REPORT

Area residents can find out for just a night what it’s like to be without permanent shelter as Family Promise of Greater Chattanooga hosts its sixth annual Box City Camp Out To Stamp Out Family Homelessness.

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By STAFF REPORT

Candy’s dandy, but some ghosts and goblins crave more than sweets on Halloween. Here are a few ideas beyond the trick-or-treat circuit.

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By LISA DENTON

Nobody would blame you if you wanted to start with dessert at Oren’s Orchard Cafe, the newest addition at Wooden’s Apple House on Dayton Mountain near Pikeville, Tenn.

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By STAFF REPORT

Mount Vernon restaurant will begin taking orders for its Thanksgiving carry-out dishes on Saturday, Nov. 1.

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By ASSOCIATED PRESS

Three of the best actors in the business put on a master class in mystery thriller in “Before I Go to Sleep,” a lean, twisty-turning tale in the “Memento” style.

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By STAFF REPORT

If you’re going to the Hunter Museum’s Spectrum gala, you still have more than a week to get your tickets.

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By STAFF REPORT

Three wineries along the Ocoee River in Southeast Tennessee will take part in a coordinated Wine Trail experience on Saturday, Nov. 1.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

You probably know him for his prodigious musical talent, but you might be surprised to find that Dave Grohl is also a pretty with-it dude when it comes to the ways of love.

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