Out & About

By SUSAN PIERCE

New garden club is interested in heirloom plants that Grandma grew.

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By BARRY COURTER

I have seen the future, and it is a 1,400-acre piece of property about 70 miles south of here on I-75 in Emerson, Ga. It’s called LakePoint Sporting Community.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

Jonathan Susman is nothing if not a champion of Chattanooga’s musicians. A real local Lancelot.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

It’s all about tomatoes and the divine things that can be derived from their juicy pulps when Chattanooga Market hosts its Tomato Festival on Sunday, July 27, in First Tennessee Pavilion.

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By STAFF REPORT

She: An Expo for Women may not rise to the lofty levels of “She,” the Elvis Costello song that ends the movie “Notting Hill. Its lyrics, after all, assert “the meaning of my life is she.”

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By SUSAN PIERCE

11th annual Foothills Country Fair in Cleveland this weekend.

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By STAFF REPORT

The University of the South should be a bibliophile’s paradise this weekend, as the Sewanee Writers Conference and the Tennessee Antiquarian Book Fair overlap on the Sewanee, Tenn., campus.

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By STAFF REPORT

Nine barbecue vendors will put their smoky specialties in competition Saturday, July 26, when Chattanooga Zoo presents its third annual Q & Brew at the Zoo, a barbecue and beer tasting.

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By STAFF REPORT

The Chattanooga Mayor’s Council on Disability and the Office of Multicultural Affairs will mark the 24th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act with an ADA Celebration on Friday, July 25.

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By STAFF REPORT

There are two games to go in the Chattanooga Lookouts’ current home stand against the Montgomery Biscuits at AT&T Field, 201 Power Alley. Then it’s off to Huntsville for five days before returning next week to face the Birmingham Stars.

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