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From the outside, Soho Hibachi is rather unassuming. Both locations — one in Hixson, the other in Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. — are located in simple strip malls alongside busy highways.

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By STAFF REPORT

Author Malcolm J. Walker plans a reading and signing today, Dec. 18, to introduce his new book, “Summary of Life of Walter Caldwell Robinson. The program will start at 5:30 p.m. at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center, 200 E. M.L. King Blvd.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

McKamey Animal Center and the Humane Educational Society are partnering for their first simultaneous pet adoption event Friday night and into Saturday morning, Dec. 19-20 — with plenty of time to drop by after the malls close at 11 p.m.

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By STAFF REPORT

Not all holiday-themed events close up tight before Dec. 25, but many do. Here are several places winding down for the season, some sooner than others, including a few “last chances” within the week.

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By STAFF REPORT

Gen. William T. Sherman’s famous “March to the Sea” ended with the fall of Savannah, Ga., on Dec. 21, 1864.

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By STAFF REPORT

Cirque Dreams Holidaze, stopping tonight, Dec. 18, at Memorial Auditorium, is new to Chattanooga, but reviewers in other cities have been tossing around words like “extravaganza” and “spectacular” to describe the show.

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By STAFF REPORT

Christmas Day is a week away, exactly. If you’re considering a big meal on the town, you might also consider calling ahead for reservations. You might be surprised by how busy some of the larger restaurants are on the holiday.

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By BARRY COURTER

What day will you celebrate Christmas?

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

Welcome to the holidays, the time of year when it’s borderline painful to be a perfectionist.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

There’s something appropriately Whovillian in how banjo maestro Alison Brown describes the relationship that develops when classically trained symphonic musicians collaborate with their brethren in the world of roots music.

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By BARRY COURTER

It’s been a good year for James Rogers.

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By STAFF REPORT

The music of two German composers will be featured tonight, Dec. 18, as the Grammy-winning Pacifica Quartet makes its Chattanooga debut for String Theory. The ensemble will be accompanied by pianist Gloria Chien, the artistic director of the chamber music series, now in its sixth season.

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By ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK — With the curtain soon to fall on David Letterman’s late-night television career, the end comes Friday for an odd and emotional holiday tradition that involves comic Jay Thomas, the Lone Ranger, a giant meatball and, most indelibly, singer Darlene Love.

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By LISA DENTON
By STAFF REPORT

An all-star R&B band with a deep repertoire and rich pedigree will headline a five-hour concert Friday, Dec. 19, in the Chattanooga Choo Choo Imperial Room. Atlanta-based vocalist Sera Hill, a Season 2 contestant on “The Voice,” will be featured in a tribute to Whitney Houston.

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