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The experience of watching “Home,” an earnest exercise that falls flat, despite the best of intentions.

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The restaurant 1885 has doubled in size. It now boasts a new wait space, shorter wait times and beautiful natural lighting.

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By STAFF REPORT

Theater, dance, visual art and film.

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Rock City Gardens will take visitors on an adventure from “once upon a time” to “happily ever after” with the return of Fairytale Nights for a second year.

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Live music, dancing, karaoke and bar scene happenings.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

When Keller Williams is going at full tilt, he can build a musical house from foundation to rafters in a handful of minutes.

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By STAFF REPORT

They’re doing more than talking about the weather in Calhoun, Ga., this weekend. They’re singing about it.

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By STAFF REPORT

Think about it: A midsize Tennessee city hosts a jazz festival so vibrant and so popular it draws about 4,500 visitors from as far away as New York and California.

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By STAFF REPORT

Two local animal welfare agencies have fundraisers planned for their favorite pet causes.

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Lookout Mountain and Signal Mountain each get a day to shine during Two Mountain March Wildflower Madness, a two-day native plant sale supporting two projects of Friends of the Cumberland Trail: Trailhead Nursery and the Cumberland Seeds Project.

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By STAFF REPORT

The Athens Area Council for the Arts will pluck talent from a Nashville institution for its next musical performance.

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By BARRY COURTER

No two days are ever the same for drummer/composer Stewart Copeland.

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By STAFF REPORT

Back by popular demand, Kentucky-based bluegrass band New Coon Creek Girls will play Saturday, March 28, in the 2015 WoodSongs Dalton Concert Series.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

Considering he’s about to release an album he describes as being about “the beauty of death” and a memorial to departed friends, Marty Bohannon exudes a surprising optimism over the phone.

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By STAFF REPORT

Country/folk artist Cheyenne Medders will be in concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 28, at the Gem Theatre.

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By STAFF REPORT

Mountain Cove Farms, 994 Dougherty Gap Road in Chickamauga, Ga., will celebrate Easter in the Cove this weekend with a concert, pancake breakfast and egg hunt among two days of activities.

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By STAFF REPORT

Midway through the run of traveling exhibit “Human Plus: Real Lives + Real Engineering,” Creative Discovery Museum will host Human Plus Day to showcase the local marvels of engineering and human performance.

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By KAREN NAZOR HILL

Two Broadway veterans with at least 3,800 productions of “The Phantom of the Opera” between them will be guests for the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera’s next Pops performance.

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By STAFF REPORT

It’s too early in the season to hear “Batter Up,” but AT&T Field will be busy Saturday, March 28, as the Chattanooga Lookouts host their annual FanFest.

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By STAFF REPORT

Guitarist Bill Orcutt, whose work combines elements of blues, punk and free improvisation, will perform Monday, March 30.

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