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By SUSAN PIERCE

Cultural heritage celebrations highlight this weekend’s festival lineup. Choose from a Civil War sesquicentennial in LaFayette, Ga., to a showcase of traditional Appalachian crafts in Brasstown, N.C., to a salute to Chattanooga’s ethnic diversity at Chattanooga Market.

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By STAFF REPORT

Children can scale new heights the next few weeks at Creative Discovery Museum with the opening of “Play! Build! Climb!”

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By STAFF REPORT

What makes October such a scary month? Maybe the fact that so many spooks come out to play.

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By LYNDA EDWARDS

The gigantic gomphotheres may look like elephants, but they could rip Dumbo and Babar apart and eat them for breakfast.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

A Chattanooga Theatre Centre veteran and a newcomer to the stage will play the lead roles in John Steinback’s powerful drama “Of Mice and Men” when the Chattanooga Theatre Centre opens its 91st season Friday night, Oct. 3.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

In the period that Cleveland, Tenn., has been without a toy and comic show, some toys practically have progressed from new-on-the-shelf to collection-worthy.

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A ghostly baby alligator, a fish that breathes air, another that catches birds and a stealthy, tentacled squid are among the “wonderfully weird” creatures to discover this month, nicknamed Oddtober, at the Tennessee Aquarium.

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By BARRY COURTER

Last week was a fairly busy one in the arts community, or at least it seemed so in my world. Or maybe I just talked to more people than usual in the arts world last week. In any case, there were two themes that people wanted to talk about.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

To Chattanooga fans of acoustic, jazz and avant-garde music, the overhaul of Barking Legs Theater has probably made the last couple of months difficult to get through.

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By BARRY COURTER

Once the music starts for the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera’s gala concert featuring Yo-Yo Ma, CSO Music Director Kayoko Dan will be her usual professional self. Until then, she might have a hard time being anything but a giddy fan.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

Listening to vintage blues, ragtime and jug-band recordings, the members of The Devil Makes Three fell in love with the music’s vitality and expressiveness.

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By STAFF REPORT

As part of homecoming weekend at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, alumni of the Chattanooga Singers along with current and past members of the Chamber Singers will join voices for a concert at 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon, Oct. 5, at First Baptist Church in the Golden Gateway, 401 Gateway ...

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By BARRY COURTER

The bio for the band The White Animals on Allmusic.com has a line that reads: “Unlike a lot of bands at the time, the White Animals never took themselves too seriously. They had a good seven-year run, opening for bands like The Kinks, the Ramones and Talking Heads, but they ...

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By STAFF REPORT

Listening to music on a 1980s-era boombox may take you back in the day. Even better is hearing some of the era’s hottest bands live. For that, push play for this weekend’s Rewind Music Festival.

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By STAFF REPORT

Entertainer Lon Eldridge, playing a mix of blues, jazz and swing on acoustic guitar, will kick off Outdoor Chattanooga’s Fireside at Greenway series tonight, Oct. 2, at Greenway Farm, 5051 Gann Store Road in Hixson.

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By STAFF REPORT

Red River Breeze, a Clarksville, Tenn.-based quartet playing Celtic, Renaissance, old-time and world music, will present a concert at 2:30 p.m. CDT Sunday, Oct. 5, at Cumberland County Playhouse, 221 Tennessee Ave., Crossville, Tenn.

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By LISA DENTON
By BEN BENTON

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — When I heard Willie and Renee Jenkins had a restaurant called Yesterday’s at Willie’s Deli in the same little strip mall that used to house Jenkins, the 1980s iteration that went by their last name, I thought the place might jog some memories even if it wasn’t ...

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By BARRY COURTER

Being able to communicate a message is what makes most artists tick. Losing that ability can be frustrating, frightening, even devastating.

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By STAFF REPORT

Three artists brought together by a passion for their craft will explore their “Connections” in this month’s exhibit at River Gallery, 400 E. Second St.

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