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TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2016

Fresh Sheet: High Tea takes reservations

Artisans at the Dahmen Barn is hosting a high tea, and now’s the time to reserve a spot. This year’s theme is “A Grand Tour of Europe.” Wear a European-themed costume for a chance to win a prize.

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Artist Emmylou Harris performs at the Dylan Fest at Ryman Auditorium on Monday, May 23, 2016, in Nashville, Tenn. (Laura Roberts / Laura Roberts/Invision/AP)

Dylan Fest honors a still-living legend

In a year when the musical world is still mourning icons Prince, David Bowie and Merle Haggard, musicians of all genres and generations have been celebrating a still active legend – Bob Dylan – in an annual all-star concert series for 15 years.

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The Slice: Remembering a rural way of life 

The Slice’s discussion of the days when stores were closed on Sunday prompted some farm country nostalgia. “Your column today brought back some really good memories,” wrote Arloine Brown of Davenport. “All stores were closed on Sundays at the time ...

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MONDAY, MAY 23, 2016

The Slice: Let sleeping granddads lie

I hear rumors about what happens to grandfathers after they fall asleep in their chairs. It seems mischievous grandchildren delight in loading up the slumbering gentlemen with all sorts of household objects – spoons, slippers, magazines, plates, TV remotes. You name it.

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Jim Kershner

Jim Kershner

Paul Turner

Paul Turner

The Slice: Look, nobody’s saying it’s a huge deal

I guess you might call it a first world problem. But sometimes, because of pipe noise and varied sleeping schedules, the timing of mail delivery, midday heat and other issues, figuring out just when to run the lawn sprinklers isn’t always as easy as it …

Coloring pages

Coloring pages

View, download and print coloring pages each week here.


ClarksvilleMel McCuddin: The Art of Darkness

Inside a downtown gallery maybe two decades ago – that’s where I first got McCuddined. I recall strolling through the vast array of art when one canvas stopped me cold. ...

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Saving for the future

sponsored According to two 2015 surveys, 62 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to handle an unexpected emergency, much less any long-term plans.



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