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Among the happiest days of my early boyhood were visits with my Grandfather Reed to the train depot in Gainesville, Ga.

  • April 17th, 2014  |
  • By By Dr. Clif Cleaveland

Q: I’m about to begin treatment for breast cancer, and I’m concerned about “chemo brain.” Is this real? How long does it last? Are there any steps I can take to combat its effects?

  • April 17th, 2014  |
  • By By Dr. Derek W. Holland

Dustin Lynch knows 'Where It's At'

Country singer's current single among new music fans will hear at Track 29 tonight

Just two days after Dustin Lynch's new single, "Where It's At," was released to iTunes, country music fans can hear the star perform it live at Track 29.

In high school, there was a time when, like many word-loving students (read: nerds), I briefly fancied myself a poet. I filled journals with rondeaux and cinquains, with haiku and sonnets. I showed them to my parents and read them, perhaps overly proudly, in my creative-writing class.

Chattanooga-area residents can commemorate Easter in ways secular and sacred. Here are some of the celebrations with kids in mind.

The final String Theory concert of the season will feature six performers making their Chattanooga debuts: Grammy Award-winning violist Kim Kashkashian, cellist Marcy Rosen and the Johannes String Quartet.

Elmer Fudd might consider them wascally, but the folks at Chattanooga Zoo feel diff-wently.

It's not just spring that's sprouting on Lookout Mountain. Rock City Gardens gets even greener this weekend with the return of EarthDayz.

Three Lee University senior art majors are displaying their work through Friday, May 9, at the Museum Center at Five Points in Cleveland, Tenn.

Trainers from the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, a Boulder, Colo.-based nonprofit that teaches how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly, are in Chattanooga over the next few days.

It's hard to stump John Frazier when it comes to discussing music.

Book signings at Barnes & Noble - April 16-17

Saturday event includes award presentation to local teacher

Barnes & Noble, 2100 Hamilton Place, will play host to eight authors in the next three days, seven of them for a Spring Break Book Signing from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 19. The other event is at 6 tonight, April 17.

Thin Lizzy, Judas Priest, Television and Iron Maiden all owe guitarists Andy Powell and Ted Turner a debt of gratitude.

Chris Thile is excited to again be playing with Sara and Sean Watkins as Nickel Creek. He says the band's very amicable seven-year time-out was much needed, very healthy and allowed the three to grow as individuals. For now, he is glad to be back, but he hopes it is a reunion with a future and not just to remember old times, especially when it comes to the trio's loyal fans.

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