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The landscape of my life has been dotted with suicides: a high school classmate soon after graduation, fathers of two friends from childhood, an exchange student with whom I chatted during cross-campus bus rides in college, a psychiatry professor and a medical school classmate.

  • Aug. 28th, 2014  |
  • By By Dr. Clif Cleaveland

Q: There is a bump where my buttocks cheeks meet; it's occasionally is sore and drains. What is this, and how is it treated?

  • Aug. 28th, 2014  |
  • By Dr. Shauna Lorenzo-Rivero

Even with the best of intentions, it must be hard to say no to a Beatle, but in 2001, Gabe Dixon did just that.

An opening reception for “Literary Art,” an exhibition celebrating books and their readers, will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on Aug. 28 at Reflections Gallery.

  • Aug. 28th, 2014  |

LOS ANGELES — Onetime 007 Pierce Brosnan embraces a darker take on spycraft in Roger Donaldson's "The November Man," playing a former CIA agent whose autumnal nickname acknowledges his tendency to leave few alive when he passes through a town.

Award-winning contemporary Christian group Casting Crowns will bring the message from new album “Thrive” to Chattanooga.

Four of the artists included in “Hunter Invitational III,” now on view at the Hunter Museum of American Art.

Why do some things catch on with people and some don’t?

Call me heartless, but I’m feeling pretty hot and bothered about the ice bucket challenge videos clogging up my Facebook newsfeed lately.

Camp Jordan Jams, a monthly concert series at Camp Jordan Park in East Ridge, debuts Saturday, Aug. 30, with rising country singer Travis Dukes taking the stage.

It must feel pretty good to be the members of North Carolina-based electronic funk-rock-jam outfit Big Something right now.

The Shaking Ray Levi Society will present the fifth and final installment of its Dilating Nexus series with a tribute to one of its founders, the late Dennis J. Palmer.

Fifty tickets to see famed cellist Yo-Yo Ma in concert with the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera on Thursday, Oct. 2, will be available for free to high school and college students, providing they turn in their paperwork on time.

Humming House, an indie-folk band from Nashville, will be looking to bring down the house.

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