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5:53pm

Wed September 8, 2010
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Musical Titled [Title of Show] at UTC

Title of Show is Title

Monessa Guilfoil

Chattanooga, TN – Obie award winning musical, [title of show] debuts in Chattanooga under the direction of Blake Harris, Senior theater student of UTC Department of Theatre and Speech.

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12:41pm

Fri August 27, 2010
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Humane Society Transforming Into Cageless Facility

Humane Society Transforming Into Cageless Facility

Michael Edward Miller

Chattanooga, TN – The Humane Educational Society of Chattanooga is going cageless. Today, we will travel to their shelter in downtown Chattanooga and find out how it works-how they can keep the animals in the shelter without cages. We'll also find out how it makes pets easier to adopt.

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12:37pm

Fri August 27, 2010
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Why Travel Agents Still Matter

Why Travel Agents Still Matter

Richard Winham

Chattanooga, TN – Web sites like Priceline and Travelocity make it easy to book a trip--so easy, it might make travel agents seem like archaic holdovers from the pre-Internet era. But travel agents are still around, and in this interview, Richard Winham asks several of them how they provide advice and advantages that no Web site can.

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5:41pm

Mon August 23, 2010
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"Romeo and Juliet" Debuts with Dance at Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga

Romeo and Juliet Debuts with Dance at Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga

Monessa Guilfoil

Chattanooga, TN – Director Garry Posey has edited the script for "Romeo and Juliet" to focus on the love between the ingenues almost exclusively. He crosses genres to fill out the love story "beyond words" by integrating choreography by Ann Law and the work of two dancers, Cornelius Heard and Monica Coates.

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3:30pm

Fri August 20, 2010
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Our Travels, Our Travails

Travel Stories

Richard Winham

Chattanooga, TN – West Oehmig is a travel consultant--he helps people design their ideal vacations. Oehmig says the word "travel" comes from the French "travail"--a term for hard work and suffering. Richard Winham talks to Oehmig about the ways travel can be eye-opening and enjoyable, but also frustrating and difficult.

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12:40pm

Thu August 19, 2010
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Judge Says Children Slipping Through Cracks

Judge Says Children Slipping Through Cracks

Julie Steele

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10:39am

Thu August 19, 2010
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Susan Gregg Gilmore Disccusses Inspiration, and an Improper Life

Susan Gregg Gilmore Disccusses Inspiration, and an Improper Life

Michael Edward Miller

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2:54pm

Tue August 17, 2010
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Your Health and the Heat Wave

Your Health and the Heat Wave

Rabbit

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10:57am

Mon August 16, 2010
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New RSVP Course Teaches Volunteering

New Course Teaches Volunteering

Alexian Brothers, Chattanooga, RSVP

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4:39pm

Wed August 11, 2010
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McCurry and Blain's "New Imagery" Featured at River Gallery

McCurry and Blain?s ?New Imagery? Featured at River Gallery

Michael Edward Miller

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4:00pm

Mon August 9, 2010
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How Old is "Old"?

How Old is "Old"?

Richard Winham

Chattanooga, TN – Health care advancements are causing Americans to live longer and rethink what it means to grow old. At the Alexian Brothers' Senior Neighbors program, people are helping local seniors gain skills needed to stay in the workforce, as more and more people continue working past 65.

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4:03pm

Thu August 5, 2010
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Living Well With Cancer Series Continues

Living Well With Cancer Series Continues

Julie Steele

Chattanooga, TN – Memorial Health Care System will sponsor a free seminar August 10th, as part of the "Strong and Smart: Living Well With Cancer" seminar series. What's unique about the seminar is participants can learn from the comfort of their homes or offices about the importance for caring for the spirit when facing cancer.

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4:31pm

Tue August 3, 2010
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Regional Music, Murder Mix In Debut Novel

Regional Music, Murder Mix In Debut Novel

Michael Edward Miller

Chattanooga, TN – Tom Bibey's debut novel is called The Mandolin Case, and it's something truly different in the mystery genre--perhaps the first of its kind. It's a bluegrass and medical murder mystery.

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4:29pm

Tue August 3, 2010
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Chattanooga Trails Are Getting Wild

Wild Trails

Rabbit

Chattanooga, TN – The Wilderness Trail Running Association is changing their name, and with this comes a change in the organization's mission.

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4:51pm

Mon August 2, 2010
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In Chattanooga, A Gathering Garden

Chattanooga, TN – Begun in 2009 by The Gathering Church on Hixson Pike, the Gathering Garden provides sustainably grown fruits and vegetables for Chattanoogans who need them. Once a softball field, the land beside Gathering Church had been mowed for several years before a church member with a green thumb had the idea to plow the field up and plant a garden.

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