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By BARRY COURTER

Thanks to an inquisitive — and well-connected — tourist to Chattanooga, former Impressions member Richard Brooks is selling new music.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

Although he's a self-described "theater nerd," Michael Dexter admits he wasn't familiar with "Les Miserables" when he auditioned for the Chattanooga Theatre Centre's production. Even so, not only was he cast in the production — he got the lead.

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By BARRY COURTER, LISA DENTON

LISA DENTON: Barry, you remember a couple of weeks ago how everything in the events calendar reminded me of music? This week, everything’s making me hungry.

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Chattanooga’s Golden Corral wants to welcome new General Manager Chris Tucker.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

In-Town exhibit features a new artist to the gallery.

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By BARRY COURTER

Jonathan and Drew Scott have always been go-getters. They’ve also always been organized.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

A man's home might be his castle, but for decades he's largely been forced to rely on someone else to defend it. Thanks to the advent of cheap self-install security kits built around smart technology, however, the days of being forced to subscribe to a monitored alarm company -- or ...

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It's the buffet of weekends in Chattanooga July 18-20.

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By STAFF REPORT

Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom plans to extensively remodel the former Shane's Rib Shack at the Northgate Mall.

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By BARRY COURTER

On a typically hot, humid Georgia day, Earl Ehrhart stands on the deck outside the temporary office building overlooking LakePoint Sporting Community.

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By BARRY COURTER

It's fair to say that Cumberland County Playhouse producing director Jim Crabtree knows a thing or two about putting together an entertaining show. His father opened the playhouse in 1965, and it's been a part of his life since.

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By STAFF REPORT

Barnes & Noble plans monthlong celebration of books, graphic novels, movies, TV shows, music, toys, games, collectibles.

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By STAFF REPORT

The JulyFest Art & Music Festival, presented by the Mentone Area Arts Council, is scheduled this weekend in Mentone, Ala. Hours are 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, July 19, and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, July 20 (all times Central).

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By STAFF REPORT

Two staples of the nationally syndicated "Tom Joyner Morning Show," heard locally on Groove 93, WMPZ-FM 93.5, will bring their comedic perspectives on life and their take on the latest celebrity gossip to Chattanooga on Friday, July 18.

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By STAFF REPORT

Merchandise from New Leash on Life has found a new lease on life with the opening of Wally's Friends Thrift Store July 24.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

Chattanooga, I'm ashamed of myself.

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By STAFF REPORT

The Peach Truck's inaugural Small Town Peach Tour swings back through Hamilton and Bradley counties on Monday, July 21. Stops in Coffee County follow in the next two weeks.

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By STAFF REPORT

The Singing Echoes, a Grammy-nominated family of Southern gospel singers and musicians, are celebrating their 44th anniversary this week by hosting the annual Blue Springs Valley Singing at home base, Singing Echoes Park in Cleveland, Tenn.

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