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Apes, golf among week

The Arts & Entertainment Network begins a week of Biography programs spotlighting the film Planet of the Apes tonight. Each segment airs at 7 p.m. The first show repeats a profile of Charlton Heston, while the Tuesday program is a new episode spotlighting the film

Weekly Reminder

July 30 - August 3 - Here are the headlines in today's Weekly Reminder: Debuggers Zap Appetites, It's not too hot to plant, Cool use for muffin tins and Sail away.

Tricks, gimmicks and common sense to keep from overeating


Cute-as-a-bug towels

Finally wrangle that weekend invitation to a friend's beach house? The staff at my magazine has the perfect gift to present to your host: customized hand towels. More

Chef's choice

A new take on grandma More

Charlie Neese

Hogs and leather make a mean manly meal

In the back of Boswell More

City Picks

Here are just a few of the headlines from today's City Picks: Blair children's concert tonight, Free orchestra concert Saturday, Frist costume workshop Saturday, and Build your own instrument. More

Noel Coward haunts the Nashville Theater Company

The trouble and the fun began when Charles Condomine, an affluent and unsuspecting writer, found his life turned upside down when his first wife ignores More

Actress Stands In for Tammy Wynette

The young actress has won the part of the More

Two minutes to fall in love

Meet and greet for a good cause at the Singles Mingle, scheduled for this Sunday at Quail More

TSU Theater evolves with 'Bourbon at the Border'

Tennessee State University

Argument of a lifetime

Clarence Darrow must argue for justice, against the blood lust of the American public. Darrow More


Although in some fashion the recently released movie America More

Unreal TV weekend

Movies and specials continue to be the primary fare for the non-reality television fan this weekend. More

Marty Stuart, Jim and Jesse, close out Bluegrass Night

Two more of roots music

Hyundai's Santa Fe

There are so many SUVs on the road now, you wouldn't think there would be room for another one, right? Wrong. There is always room for anything that is better for less money. More

Blues clubs celebrate milestone

Openings and anniversaries at Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar and Congo Square.

Now's the time to take stock of what's hot or not in your garden

YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD GARDENER - From the brilliance of the daylily in mid-June, and the black-eyed Susans in August, to the crepe myrtles and chaste trees, there is a wonderful gardening season to enjoy. More

City Confidential

Jessica Etz - No klutzier than anyone else More