Out & About

By LYNDA EDWARDS

Warm, fluffy buttermilk pancakes adorned with melting butter and maple syrup — it’s hard to think of a more comforting meal on a cold, blustery day.

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By STAFF REPORT

The Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute will welcome HGTV co-founder Susan Packard as keynote speaker for Impact, CWLI’s 10th annual leadership dinner Tuesday, March 3.

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By LISA DENTON

Lisa Denton shares a little bit of humor.

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By STAFF REPORT

If not even the glossy pages of gardening catalogs can cut through the dreary days of February, perhaps A Day of Gardening would help.

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By STAFF REPORT

The Chien Hong School of Kung Fu from Atlanta will help celebrate the Year of the Goat at Creative Discovery Museum on Saturday, Feb. 28.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

Seventeen dealers from across the South and Midwest are in town this weekend to show in the 41st Houston Museum Antiques Show and Sale — and one-third of them are new to the annual fundraiser for Chattanooga’s glass musum.

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By STAFF REPORT

A free guided walking tour Saturday, Feb. 28, will examine “Civil War Artillery on Moccasin Bend.”

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By STAFF REPORT

Chattanooga Public Library has figured out three ways to make frigid temperatures more palatable. They’re called Anna, Elsa and Olaf.

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By STAFF REPORT

Dr. Timothy Eatman of Syracuse University will lead a forum on “Race and Ethnic Relations in America” tonight, Feb. 26, in Cleveland, Tenn.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

In the middle of the calendar’s pendulum swing between Cupid and leprechauns there’s a vast empty plain, and here in Chattanooga, we like to fill it with superheroes, wizards and savage barbarians of the radioactive waste.

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