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Weekend Mashup: July 25-27

If you have a boring weekend, that's on you.

If you have a boring weekend, that's on you.

Q: Dad, if you had a choice between a part-time job working retail or one in a restaurant, which would you choose?

Buyers of high-end electronics know that, whatever they buy, it’s just about out of date the minute they walk out the door.

Sixty years ago, a dramatic clinical trial of an injectable vaccine marked the beginning of the end for polio, one of the most feared infectious diseases in American history.

  • July 24th, 2014  |
  • By By Dr. Clif Cleaveland

Q: I had surgery for an abscess near my anus and am now having drainage from the area. What is it?

  • July 24th, 2014  |
  • By By Dr. Eric Nelson

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.

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

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.

Going into this year’s Road to Nightfall competition, Darren Self didn’t like the chances for his band, Function.

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.”

Performer Davey Williams will put an eclectic combination of talents to use when he visits Chattanooga on Friday, July 25, for a show at the AVA Gallery.

Bobby Bare Jr. can drop names with the best of them. As a matter of fact, he probably knows the best of them.

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.

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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