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MAKE A RUN FOR IT Whiskey Run will help The Tavern in Soddy Daisy open their doors Friday evening as part of their grand opening in the old Snooker’s location on Dayton Pike. Listen to some of your favorite southern rock gems and classic rock as well as some righteous barbecue. The festivities begin Friday at 5 and the music at 9.

STRAIGHT SHOOTER

When you think one of the most prolific character actors, who’s also an outrageous openly gay stand-up comedian, one name comes to mind…. Jason Stuart. Stuart has been making people laugh out loud with his hysterical performances all over the country since coming out in 1993. He has accomplished what few other gay comics have ever achieved: brutal honesty with humor in a world that’s not always kind. Jason performs at the Comedy Catch May 24 and 25. Go to thecomedycatch.com for more info. ENIGMA MAY 2 2013

BLACK FRIDAY Black Francis is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist. He is best known as the frontman of the influential alternative rock band Pixies, with whom he performs under the stage name Black Francis. Following the band's breakup in 1993, he embarked on a solo career under the name Frank Black. After releasing two albums with 4AD, he left the label and formed a backing band, Frank Black and the Catholics. He reformed the Pixies in 2004 and continues to release solo records and tour as a solo artist, having re-adopted his current stage name in 2007. Black Francis will be at Rhythm and Brews Friday night.

NIGHTFALL

There aren't too many artists making soul music today who had a release in 1969, back when R&B was first beginning to give the drummer some. Lee Fields, however, is one such artist--or maybe he's better labeled a phenomenon. Since the late sixties, the North Carolina native has amassed a prolific catalog of albums and has toured and played with such legends as Kool and the Gang, Sammy Gordon and the Hip-Huggers, O.V Wright, Darrell Banks, and Little Royal. Lee Fields and the Expressions kick off this season’s firs Nightfall Concert Series Friday with openers Drew Sterchi. 3


FOLLOW ME always been up-to-date on the computer. He got started on Twitter about a year ago and is now has managed to be one of the top tiers on the micro-blogging site. “It honestly just happened,” he says. “And I’m really glad it did, actually.” “I never really thought I would get into anything big but I just kept fooling around with some accounts and would put out all these random ideas and I would text all my friends and tell them to re-tweet the account or something so their followers could see it,” recalls Asa. He tried maybe 100 accounts before one really took off. The account that really got things

On the surface Cameron Asa is your typical 19-year-old. He just finished his freshman year of college at UTC where he is majoring in communications. He enjoys music, watching movies and hanging out with his friends. What makes him different from other 19 year olds is that in the time it took you to read this introductory paragraph, he probably banked another couple hundred dol-

lars. “I’m just a normal 19-yearold who that daydreams,” he says. One that is making serious bank, however. Asa is on pace to easily make over a million dollars this year. How you ask? Social networking and to be more specific Twitter. Asa’s road to financial gain began a little over a year ago. While he’s not really sure how it all started he says he has ENIGMA MAY 2

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rolling for him was when pop singer Carly Rae Jepson had the hit song last year entitled “Call Me, Maybe”. He in turn made a parody account called, “I Just Met You, And”. “It was just a parody to a song and I guess people thought it was funny,” he says. The account got 20,00 followers and he was excited because at that time he considered that a bunch of people. A second account called “ReTweet This” reached 180,000 followers. From that account he was able to create more. He now manages nine accounts on Twitter with a loyal following of over three million and he is gaining an average of 50,000 a day.


Asa’s biggest account on Twitter right now is “Tweet Like A Girl” and as of Sunday he had over 550,000 followers. “It’s a very powerful account,” he says. “I’ve been contacted by Google AdSense. I advertise with them,” he says. “I’ve managed to make a ton of money.”

seen its popularity begin to wane, though not as drastically as MySpace (anyone remember it?). The simple reason behind that is that you can actually talk to your celebrities on Twitter. “If Justin Bieber is your idol, Justin Bieber tweets every day, he says. “If you didn’t have Twitter you wouldn’t know Once you create an account you what your idol is doing. have to attract a following and then maintain it. “The biggest Asa feels what Twitter has key to not losing people is going for it over Facebook is keeping people engaged with that it is more user friendly. your account and have original One can post pictures and content,” Asa says. Post funny, videos on Twitter but one is original things.” limited to posts of no longer than 140 characters, which is Asa’s accounts all have original kind of a blessing in disguise. If material. Accounts that tend to you are going up and down yor copy people and aren’t original timeline one doesn’t want to are ones that don’t do as well, see a thousand-word tweet by a he says. young girl. Short and concise is the way to go Asa and many Asa’s mind is always going, con- other fanatical Twitter followstantly thinking up new tweets. ers believe. “Because you kind of have to,” he says. Every Sunday he’ll While new social networking spend a solid four hours on his sites seem to launch every computer coming up with new week, Asa has not seen any that tweets. A buffer application seem on par with Twitter. “I’ve that he has lets him post his actually seen two social nettweets and releases them works come out in the past few online at specific times over months that have completely the course of the day. He has gone bust – one called ‘Feed’”, to spend time online every day he says. “It was really hyped especially now that he is post- for the first month and then ing ads online as well. completely bogged down.” He says he doesn’t feel there will Currently managing nine be another social networking accounts he wants to launch site that will take over Twitter more. “Every day I think of because it is so easy to use. “I new accounts and try new think nothing will take it over accounts every day, but not because of the simple fact you every account’s going to do can talk to celebrities and see good,” Asa says. “I always want what your idol is doing.” more.” How was this 19-year-old able Asa believes Twitter has a solid to attract such a following? foundation and will remain What is the draw? “It’s original strong for the near future. name and interesting content,” Powerhouse site Facebook has Asa says. “If you had some bor-

ing name or if it’s your name people typically don’t read it. But if have some sort of parody name like something that seems kind of funny, people are always going to scroll down the timeline of the recent tweets and if they like it they’ll start to follow it.”

”It’s not luck and it’s not easy,” Asa says. “If it was everyone would be doing it. It’s not easy for sure.”

While he making money few his age have ever dreamed of Asa has managed to keep grounded. He has wisely began looking at investing his earnings in blue chip stocks and hopes to finance a career outside of social networking. He’s always wanted to be a movie producer. “I could make movies right now and I can basically show it to over three million people,” he says. He is able to get hits from that as well as YouTube videos. “There’s a lot of stuff I can do with my Twitter account,” he recognizes. “There’s a lot you can do with this because when you have unlimited advertising power to over three million people there’s a lot you can do,” he adds. “I haven’t really thought about that yet. There’s a lot that I want to do with what I have on my Twitter,” he says.

Asa put a lot of hours in before he started making money off of Twitter. “A LOT of hours, actually,” he confesses. He says he always had a lot of ambition and that ambition has started to pay off quite nicely. “I always wanted to be successful and I figured technology and the money you can make off Twitter is actually a lot,” he says. He has a 16-year-old “I still have time to think about friend who is now averaging that.” $5,000 dollars a day on Twitter. - Dave Weinthal “It’s crazy.” P.O. Box 825 Chattanooga, TN 37401 (423) 267-6072 (423) 991-1657 Sales Line email info@enigmaonline.com twitter.com/EnigmaMag

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MONEY MANAGEMENT

NEW TAX YEAR With the New Tax Year right underway, there are a number of changes being made that you should be well aware of.

receive without paying tax on it. You should therefore note that the personal allowance for those who were born before April 6, 1948 will stay at 10,500. For Let's go over the main changes those who were born before to the tax policies so that you April 6, 1938, their rate will be can get a good idea of how these 10,600. are going to be impacting you. This allowance will be withdrawn at a rate of 1 for every 2 TTaaxx ppaayy eerrss W W iillll RReecceeiivvee IInncc rreeaasseedd PP eerrssoonn aall AA lllloo w waann ccee that your income exceeds 26,100. For those who were born The first change to the policies before 1938, the cut-off will be will be the personal allowance - 28, 540. the amount of income that you TThhoossee EEaarrnn iinn gg M Moo rree W W iillll PPaayy can keep tax-free - will be Moo rree M increasing from 6,475 back in 2010 to 9,440 for the year ahead. This news will not come lightly This is going to be a very to many and without some backfavourable change for those who lash. Those who are paying the are in the lower income levels higher tax rate of 40% will start and who are trying hard to pro- paying this tax rate now when vide for their families. their income exceeds 150,000 per year. AAgg ee RR eellaatteedd PP eerrssoo nnaall AAlllloow waannccee The good news is that tax on divwoonn''tt bbee cchhaanngg eedd .. w idends earned for these individuals' falls from 42.5% to 37.5%. Nearly everyone living in the UK is entitled to an Income Tax CCaappiittaall GGaaiinnss TTaaxx Personal Allowance, an allowance which you can

If you are receiving capital gains, you can now expect to pay 18% if you're in the lower tax bracket and 28% if you're in the higher tax bracket.

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Finally, the last important A change for the better, with change to note is that there will regards to the new tax year, is be an increase in the basic state the amount that you can save in pension going from 107.45 per your tax free savings account is week to 110.15 per week, providalso going up from 11,280 to ing a rate increase of 2.5%. 11,520 this year, allowing you to save money far more easily. This So as you gear up to do your will make many peoples' lives a taxes this year, make sure that little easier, as saving money you are keeping these changes can often be hard when you are in mind. needing to spend so much on your bills and food, and other You should make sure that you are getting the best with regards essentials. to savings and benefits from Remember that you need to be your bank, if you are in a situadividing this money up between tion whereby you are paying cash savings as well as stocks quite a lot in tax and you are and bonds, with a maximum struggling to manage your savings, whilst trying to leave cash value of 5,760. money aside for general spends, IIHH TT TThhrreesshhoolldd UUnncc hhaannggeedd speak to a bank or advisor who can help you put your money in The inheritance tax rate will the right place. remain unchanged at 40% and is - Lucy Box

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Hey, What’s your sign? ARIES (Mar. 21- April 20) Being unappreciated by your boss could make it hard to do your work effectively. Take the time to help old friends or relatives who have had a stroke of bad luck. Your ability to take hold of a situation will surely bring you popularity and leadership. Your emotional partner may make you angry this week.

a great deal. You’ll stay out of trou- ten to those who are older or more ble if you pick projects that will experienced. Take time to make physical improvements that will benefit the whole family. enhance your appearance. Try not Your lucky day this week will be to be so demonstrative. Travel will result in new romantic attractions. Monday.

CANCER (June 22-July 22) You should consider getting into self improvement endeavors. You can make money through your own creative efforts. You can accomplish

Your lucky day this week will be Friday.

LEO (July 23-Aug 22) Deception will play an important factor in relationships. Do things with your children and avoid situaYour lucky day this week will be tions that make you feel as if you’ve neglected the ones you love. Spend Saturday. a quiet day with the one you love. You may have been too nice to a TAURUS friend who just wanted to take (Apr. 21- May 21) Beware of colleagues who don’t advantage of you. have your best interests in mind. You can pick up some overtime this Your lucky day this week will be week. If you can include them in Wednesday. your plans, do so. Don’t be critical or overly opinionated with dislikes; VIRGO it could cause disapproval and (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23) Hard work will bring rewards. unwanted opposition. Children may cause limitations. You Your lucky day this week will be could receive recognition for a job well done. You will be emotional Friday. with regard to your personal life. GEMINI Your lucky day this week will be (May 22-June 21) Don’t be afraid to pursue unfamiliar Sunday. grounds. You must not let others talk you into doing things that will LIBRA probably limit you financially at a (Sept. 24 -Oct. 23) later date. Make plans to do some- Don’t get involved in joint ventures. thing special with the one you love. Be prepared to have relatives or Romance will unfold if you take close friends introduce you to new and exciting individuals. Your parttrips or get together with friends. ner may make you feel jealous and Your lucky day this week will be unloved. The answers can only come from within. Saturday.

Your lucky day this week will be Tuesday.

Your lucky day this week will be Saturday. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19) Family outings or a quiet stroll through the park will lead to stimulating conversation and a closer bond. Changes in your home are apparent, and you must be willing to bend if you don’t want to find yourself alone. Your best efforts will come through investments concerning your home. You will find your personal partner taxing this week.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -Dec. 21) You should spend your day trying to get things completed at work. You will have difficulties spreading yourself between your work and your home. Try to make arrangements with close friends or relatives to spend a few days away. Be sure to Your lucky day this week will be spend time helping children with Sunday. projects that are too difficult for them to accomplish alone. PISCES (Feb. 20-Mar. 20) Your lucky day this week will be Someone left a real mess for you to Saturday. sift through. Be careful when using machinery or electrical equipment. CAPRICORN If you can’t trust someone, question (Dec 22.- Jan. 20) the connection. You’re eager to Get involved in creative groups. learn. Don’t put your professional reputation on the line. You should not be Your lucky day this week will be concerned with coworkers who Tuesday. insist on spreading rumors. Don’t let

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Political Consequences All actions have consequences. Believe me… I know this to be true… and so do you. In the political world, the consequences can happen in a hurry...

…Until the Federal Bureau of Investigation went after the Haslam family business, that is. The FBI walked into Pilot Flying J’s Knoxville headquarters on April 15 with warrants, closing down the nation’s largest diesel reseller for a short time. The Bureau’s affidavit alleges that PFJ’s salespeople defrauded some of its customers out of fuel rebates, especially targeting “unsophisticated companies.” It claims that the company’s employees withheld those rebates to boost profitability (as well as their own sales commissions) and that our governor’s brother, Jimmy, knew all about it…

…Tennessee governor Bill Haslam seemed like he was on easy street. With his friends (and fraternity brothers) as our state’s U.S. senators, he had an instant rapport with the Federal government. Naturally, that proves helpful when it comes to getting the Volunteer state its fair share of money from Washington. The former Knoxville mayor managed to handle a few hot issues with his likeability intact and seemed like he was on cruise control … Bill Haslam hasn’t been for re-election in 2014… involved in the day-to-day operations of his family’s chain

of truck centers since he stepped down from his position as PFJ president in 2002. And the FBI hasn’t arrested anyone at the company… yet. Jimmy Haslam, as current company CEO and majority owner of the Cleveland Browns, is feeling most of the heat as the investigation continues. But Bill got a significant portion of his net worth from PFJ… and he has to be wondering how much this scandal will affect his political career…

and Culture” entity, have been eliminated. Longtime city employees are wondering what the future holds... ...Combine the new mayor’s changes with the near-total turnover on the City Council and we can all expect some interesting things in city government over the next few months. But Berke was elected on a landslide. If ever there was a mandate for change in Chattanooga, that was it. Personally, I’m glad to see the end of the Littlefield administration and I’m guardedly optimistic that the days of cronyism and bid-rigging are over. Or at least we’ll get a new batch of cronies…

…Here in Chattanooga, the consequences of Andy Berke’s election as Mayor are being felt throughout city government. All but three top city administrators have either resigned or not been rehired. Entire departments, including the somewhat - Mark Bedford controversial “Education, Arts

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Dear Rocco, I am 34 years old and have been an introvert all my life. I simply feel more comfortable to talking to some people and tend to clam up around others. Since I have this shyness and insecurity, people sometimes think I act like a snob. I feel bad about this and have few friends. Some people have told me I have a phony smile. It is bothering me that people I meet are getting the wrong impression. I want to make more friends. Help! JS

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CALL TO ARMS Dear Chattanooga, I write this as an open letter to my fellow citizens of this beautiful place. MAY 2nd 2013 there will be a concert at Engel Stadium featuring THE CHARLIE DANIELS BAND. Mr. Daniels has been carrying the wooden torch since the 50s showing the good that is this country. He and the folks that make up CDB work hard to do what they do, so I say this‌ No matter your race, creed, religion or political views, no matter your colors or car you drive please take a MONDAY and extend you ARM to those you don't know. Those who watch out for us in the rainthe snow and the sun and the dark, to those on the end of the bayonet, the men and women who put comfort and safety aside and stand their post, walk the trails, fly on the countless missions. Go have been ravaged by war and left the aircraft, sail the ships and go meet the families of those who behind with broken bodies, homes

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and bank accounts. It's something you may never forget. Now you can for at least one Monday night shake a strangers hand, give them a hug and maybe meet someone from a distant time and make a new brother or sister that's been to a different place . It's not about Charlie Daniels it's about the U.S. We need to care for each other so go and share who you are, tell about the business you're in, show the talent you have the compassion you have. The next Monday you can do what you want but May 2 let's help each other and dance with Charlie Daniels and BTW IT'S A FUNDRAISER so bring a buck or two. I paid for this myself I have no affiliation with Mr. Daniels I just wanted to. Yours, C. Luckett


THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME There’s no place like home they say. That is definitely the case for Dana and John Underwood. The couple who grew up in Soddy-Daisy along with partners Dottie and Dave Petty have recently opened The Tavern, a sports and entertainment complex on Dayton Pike literally a stone’s throw from Interstate 27. The Underwoods and Pettys hope to take advantage of the unbridled growth that Soddy-Daisy has witnessed in the past ten years. What once was quiet farmland has had multiple subdivisions spring up and has grown in population much faster than East Brainerd and the Northshore combined. And it was time for Soddy-Daisy to have a legitimate watering hole they could call their own. “We’d go across the river to go drink or to an establishment where we felt we could have a good time,” Dana says. When the building came on the market she and her husband saw an opportunity. “I’ve had 16 years of bar and restaurant experience and I feel I know the business pretty well,” she says. “Everyone else was on board. We thought we could have a big place here, have our friends here and they can have fun.” The Underwoods and Pettys have put a lot of time and effort to get

The Tavern open. The building had a number of occupants before they took it over recently and a lot of time and money has been spent bringing the structure back up to code including totally rewiring the building.

There is still a lot of work ahead for the Underwoods and Pettys as they begin their new business venture but they seem to be off to a good start. “So far I think everyone has been happy with the changes,” Dana says. They recently updated the bar to showcase vintage NASCAR pieces added a new pool table and are planning to put in new furniture and plan an overhaul to the outside of the building as well. Plans are to update the back patio and add parking on all sides of the building to make getting in and out of Dayton Pike much easier. Once the kitchen is up and running they plan to serve food until late so residents don’t Dana and John Underwood have to drive far to grab a bite to eat The Tavern had a soft opening in place to have the bar,” Dana late at night. mid-April and were welcomed with believes. A lot of development is open arms by neighbors. The place planned along Interstate 27 and The Tavern hopes to become a fixis a work in progress as they cur- Dayton Pike making The Tavern that ture in the community and things rently only offer beer and soft much more visible. “With all that, I appear to be looking up for them. drinks. According to Dana they think this going to become a fixture “We’ve gotten positive feedback should have draft beer in the next in Soddy and a good meeting place from the community and the regular couple of weeks. Within six months for everybody.” customers.” they plan to have a full kitchen open. Due to the extensive Plans for The Tavern are as a mix- - Dave Weinthal rewiring it is taking a little longer to ture of sports and entertainment. get the kitchen ready. They already “We certainly will highlight big have the equipment they just want sporting events with our big screen to make sure it is assembled cor- TVs,” says Dana. The Tavern plans rectly before expanding the menu. on offering pool leagues and have Currently they do offer pizza as well discussed dart leagues as well. as other assorted snacks. Once the Entertainment-wise, Friday night kitchen is ready they plan to have a will be karaoke night with Choo full menu that will include burgers, Choo Entertainment. “We have karaoke on Friday nights because we know Soddy-Daisy loves karaoke,” she says. Saturday will feature live music. Plans are to branch out a little from what has been traditionally been playing there to classic rock, southern rock and country. Dana says they are also looking at doing more outside sporting events like cornhole and maybe some dance lesson as well. “We want people to get out and have a good time in Soddy so on any Artists like Slash, Cher, given night we’ll something going Rihanna, Selena on.” Gomez, Kid Rock and fried foods, salads and entrees. Within a year they also hope to acquire their liquor license as well.

The Tavern plans to have their official grand opening Friday, May 3. It will be an all day event that begins at 5pm with free barbecue and all “I know with some of the expansion the fixings. At 9pm live music begins of Interstate 27 and Hixson Pike and with the band Whiskey Run. Lakesite just growing, growing and Admission is free. growing, this is going to be a great ENIGMA MAY 2 2013

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Tosh June 16 TTEE N NN NEE SSSS EE EE PPEE RRFFO ORRM MIIN NG G AA RRTTSS CCEEN NTTEE RR (Nashville) Gary Lewis & the Playboys, Mark Lindsey, Gary Puckett & the Union Gap, Chuck Negron, The Turtles feat. Flo & Eddie June 16 TTRRA A CCK K 22 99 Lamb of God, Decapitated, Terror June 17 BBU U CCK KH HEE AAD D TTH HEE AATTRREE (Atlanta) Cat Power June 18 BBRR IID DG GEE SSTTO ON NEE AARR EEN NAA (Nashville) New Kids on the Black, 98 Degrees, Boyz II Men June 18 BBRR IID DG GEE SSTTO ON NEE AARR EEN NAA (Nashville) One Direction June 19 RRH HYYTTH HM M && BBRREE W WSS Erick Baker June 20 PPH HII LLIIPPSS AARR EEN NAA (Atlanta) New Kids on the Black, 98 Degrees, Boyz II Men June 20 CCH HAASS TTAAIIN N PP AARRK K (Atlanta) Heart, Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience June 20 TTH HEE TTAABBEE RRN NAACCLL EE (Atlanta) Kendrick Lamar, School Q, Ab-Soul, Jay Rock June 20 RRYYM MAA N N AAU UD DII TTO ORR IIU UM M (Nashville) Vince Gill June 20 MIILL LLEE RR PPLL AAZZ AA Amber Fults & the M Ambivalent Lovers, Dana Rogers June 21 RRH HYYTTH HM M && BBRREE W WSS The Breakfast Club June 21 PPH HII LLIIPPSS AARR EEN NAA (Atlanta) One Direction June 21 VVEE RRIIZZ O ON NW W IIRREE LLEE SSSS AAM MPPH HIITTH HEE A ATTRREE A ATT EE N NCCO ORR EE PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Hank Williams Jr., Gregg Allman June 21 FF RRA AN NK K LLIIN N TTH HEE AATTRREE (Franklin) Don McLean June 21 HAARR RRAAH H H’’ SS CCH HEE RRO OK KEE EE CCAASS IIN NO O (Cherokee) Billy Idol June 21 W AARR M W MEEM MO ORRIIAA LL AA U UD DIITTO ORRII U UM M (Nashville) Los Lobos, Los Lonely Boys, Alejandro Escovedo June 21 A TTLL AAN A NTTAA BBO OTTAAN NIICCAALL G GAARRD DEE N N (Atlanta) Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo June 23 RRYYM MAA N N AAU UD DII TTO ORR IIU UM M (Nashville) Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo June 25 RRH HYYTTH HM M && BBRREE W WSS Son Volt June 26 A AARRO A ON N’’SS AAM MPPH HII TTH HEE AATTRR EE (Atlanta) Pitbull June 27 MIILL LLEE RR PPLL AAZZ AA Lake Street Dive, Ten M Bartram June 28 MAASS Q M QU UEE RRAAD DEE M MU U SSIICC PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Merle Haggard, Jamey Johnson June 28 CCO OBBBB EEN NEE RRG GYY PPEE RRFF O ORRM MIIN NG GA ARR TTSS CCEE N NTTEERR (Atlanta) Bill Cosby June 28 RRYYM MAAN N AAU UD DII TTO ORR IIU UM M (Nashville) Gregg Allman June 28 SS YYM MPP H HO ON NYY H HAALL LL (Atlanta) Joan Rivers June 29 A AARRO A ON N’’SS AAM MPPH HII TTH HEE AATTRR EE (Atlanta) Bob Dylan, Wilco, My Morning Jacket June 29 RRYYM MAA N N AAU UD DII TTO ORR IIU UM M (Nashville) Fall Out Boy June 30 RRII VVEERR FFRRO ON NTT PP AARRK K (Nashville) Bob Dylan, Wilco, My Morning Jacket June 30 SS YYM MPP H HO ON NYY H HAALL LL (Atlanta) Cyndi Lauper July 2 CCH HAASS TTAAIIN N PP AARRK K (Atlanta) Big Time Rush, Victoria Justice, Olivia Somerlyn July 3 TTH HEE TTAABBEE RRN NAACCLL EE (Atlanta) Emeli Sande July 3 MIILL LLEE RR PPLL AAZZ AA Johnny Sketch & the Dirty M

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Notes, Lumbar Five July 5 CCO OU UN NTTRRYY TTO ON NIITTEE TTH HEE A ATTRREE (Pigeon Forge) Tanya Tucker July 5 VVII N NYYLL (Atlanta) Rachael Yamagata, Sanders Benke July 5 HII G H GH HW WA ATTTT (Nashville) Matt Pond July 6 SSCCH HEERR M MEE RRH HO ORRN N SS YYM MPP H HO ON NYY CCEE N NTTEERR (Nashville) Chaka Khan July 6 CCH HA A SSTTA AII N N PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) Harry Connick Jr. July 7 BBO OTTTTLL EETTRR EEEE (Birmingham) Matt Pond July 7 CCH HA A SSTTA AII N N PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) The Stylistics, The Manhattans, Heatwave, Harold Melvin’s Bluenotes, Peaches & Herb, The Min Ingredient July 10 BBRRIID DG GEESS TTO ON NEE A A RREE N NA A (Nashville) Lil Wayne, T.I., Future July 10 TTEE N NN NEESS SSEE EE TTH HEEA A TTRREE (Knoxville) Harry Connick Jr. July 11 MII LLLLEE RR PP LLA M AZZ A A Wheeler Brothers, Birds w Fleas July 12 ARREE N A NA A@ @G GW WII N NN NEE TTTT CCEE N NTTEE RR (Atlanta) Beyonce July 12 AA A ARRO ON N’’ SS A AM MPP H HIITTH HEEA A TTRREE (Atlanta) Lil Wayne, T.I., Future July 12 CCO OBBBB EE N NEE RRG GYY PP EERR FFO ORRM MIIN NG GA A RRTTSS CCEE N NTTEE RR (Atlanta) Village People July 12 BBRRIID DG GEESS TTO ON NEE A A RREE N NA A (Nashville) Beyonce July 13 TTH HEE W WO OO OD DSS A ATT FFO ON NTTA AN NEE LL (Whites Creek) Barenaked Ladies, Ben Folds Five, Guster July 13 VVA ARRIIEE TTYY PP LLA AYYH HO OU USS EE (Atlanta) Camera Obscura July 13 CCH HA A SSTTA AII N N PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) Johnny Gil, Ralph Tresvant, Bobby Brown, After 7 feat. Kevon Edmonds, Al B Sure, Color Me Badd July 13 AA A ARRO ON N’’ SS A AM MPP H HIITTH HEEA A TTRREE (Atlanta) Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Thompson Square July 14 WIILL D W DH HO ORRSS EE SSA ALL O OO ON N (Nashville) Everclear, Live, Filter, Sponge July 16 VVEERRII ZZO ON NW W IIRREE LLEE SSSS A AM MPP H HII TTH HEEA A TTRREE @ @ EEN NCCO ORREE PPA ARR K K (Atlanta) Phish July 17 TTH HEE TTA A BBEERR N NA A CCLLEE (Atlanta) Marilyn Manson July 17 MII LLLLEE RR PP LLA M AZZ A A Special Guest with Smooth Dialects July 19 CCH HA A SSTTA AII N N PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) Anita Baker July 19 ATTLLA A AN NTTA A BBO OTTA AN NIICCA A LL G GA ARR D DEE N N (Atlanta) Boz Scaggs July 19 VVEERRII ZZO ON NW W IIRREE LLEE SSSS A AM MPP H HII TTH HEEA A TTRREE @ @ EEN NCCO ORREE PPA ARR K K (Atlanta) Robert Plant July 19 FFRREE D DRRIICCK K BBRRO OW WN N JJRR .. A AM MPPH HIITTH HEE A ATTRREE (Atlanta) Paul Revere & the Raiders, Mary Wilson, The Association, Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels July 20 TTH HEE TTA A BBEERR N NA A CCLLEE (Atlanta) O.A.R., Amber McMahon July 20 AA A ARRO ON N’’ SS A AM MPP H HIITTH HEEA A TTRREE (Atlanta) 311, Cypress Hill, G. Love & Special Sauce July 20 SSYYM MPPH HO ON NYY H HA A LLLL (Atlanta) Yes July 21 CCH HA A SSTTA AII N N PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) New Order July 21 AA A ARRO ON N’’ SS A AM MPP H HIITTH HEEA A TTRREE (Atlanta) Van’s Warped Tour July 25 MII LLLLEE RR PP LLA M AZZ A A Swear and Shake, Jordan

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Hallquist July 26 VVEERR IIZZ O ON NW WIIRR EELL EESS SS AA M MPPH HIITTH HEEAA TTRREE @ @ EEN NCCO ORREE PPA A RRK K (Atlanta) Barenaked Ladies, Ben Folds Five, Guster July 26 ATTLLA A AN NTTA A BBO OTTA AN NIICCAA LL G GAA RRD DEEN N (Atlanta) Lyle Lovett July 26 VVEERR IIZZ O ON NW WIIRR EELL EESS SS AA M MPPH HIITTH HEEAA TTRREE @ @ EEN NCCO ORREE PPA A RRK K (Atlanta) Keith Urban July 27 AA A ARR O ON NSS A AM MPPH HIITTH HEE AATTRREE (Atlanta) Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Mastodon, Children of Bodom, Machine Head, Behemoth, Born of Osiris, Motionless in White, Butcher Babies, Battlecross, Huntress, Thrown Into Exile July 30 AA A ARR O ON NSS A AM MPPH HIITTH HEE AATTRREE (Atlanta) Train, The Script, Gavin DeGraw July 31 MIILLLLEE RR PPLLA M A ZZA A The Cleverlys, Lou Wamp & Swing Shift August 2 OA O AK KM MO OU UN NTTA AIIN N AA M MPPH HIITTH HEEAA TTRREE (Pelham) Goo Goo Dolls, MatchboxTwenty August 2 GEEO G ORRG GIIA AD DO OM MEE (Atlanta) Kenny Chesney, Zac Brown Band, Eli Young Band, Kacey Musgraves August 3 AA A ARR O ON NSS A AM MPPH HIITTH HEE AATTRREE (Atlanta) Goo Goo Dolls, MatchboxTwenty August 3 CCH HA A SSTTA AII N N PPA ARR K K (Atlanta) Jonas Brothers August 4 CCA AN NN NEERRYY BBA ALLLL RRO OO OM M (Nashville) Adam Ant August 5 CCEEN NTTEE RR SS TTA AG GEE (Atlanta) Adam Ant August 6 CCH HA ASSTTA AII N N PPA ARR K K (Atlanta) The Human League, Howard Jones, Information Society August 7 MIILLLLEE RR PPLLA M A ZZA A Aaron and the Spell with Function August 9 PPH HIILLII PPSS A ARREE N NA A (Atlanta) Justin Bieber August 10 FFRR EED DRRIICCK K BBRR O OW WN N JJ RR.. AA M MPP H HII TTH HEE AATTRR EE (Atlanta) Spin Doctors August 10 CCH HA ASSTTA AII N N PPA ARR K K (Atlanta) Sugar Ray, Gin Blossoms, Smash Mouth, Vertical Horizon, Fastball August 10 VVEERR IIZZ O ON NW WIIRR EELL EESS SS AA M MPPH HIITTH HEEAA TTRREE @ @ EEN NCCO ORREE PPA A RRK K (Atlanta) Peter Frampton, B.B. King, Sonny Landreth August 13 CCH HA ASSTTA AII N N PPA ARR K K (Atlanta) OneRepublic, Mayer Hawthorne, Churchill August 15 MIILLLLEE RR PPLLA M A ZZA A Holly Williams with Cody James Harris August 16 CCH HA ASSTTA AII N N PPA ARR K K (Atlanta) Will Downing, Najee August 16 TTH HO OM MPPSS O ON N-- BBO OLLII N NG G AA RREE N NAA (Knoxville) “American Idols Live” August 16 BBRRIID DG GEE SSTTO ON NEE A ARREE N NAA (Nashville) Bruno Mars, Fitz & the Tantrums August 17 CCH HA ASSTTA AII N N PPA ARR K K (Atlanta) Josh Groban August 18 ATTLLA A AN NTTA A BBO OTTA AN NIICCAA LL G GAA RRD DEEN N (Atlanta) Roger Hodgson August 18 D && LLIIN 33RRD ND DSSLL EEYY (Nashville) BoDeans August 21 PPH HIILLII PPSS A ARREE N NA A (Atlanta) Bruno Mars, Fitz & the Tantrums August 22 MIILLLLEE RR PPLLA M A ZZA A Leagues (UTC night) with Moonlight Bride August 23 FFRR EED DRRIICCK K BBRR O OW WN N JJ RR.. AA M MPP H HII TTH HEE AATTRR EE (Atlanta) Huey Lewis & the News August 23 CCH HA ASSTTA AII N N PPA ARR K K (Atlanta) Cheech &


Chong, WAR, Tower of Power August 23 SSCCH HEE RRM MEE RRH HO ORR N N SSYYM MPPH HO ON NYY CCEE N NTTEE RR (Nashville) Huey Lewis & the News August 25 MIILLLL EERR PPLL A M AZZA A Screaming Orphans, Rigoletto August 30 BBRRII D DG GEE SSTTO ON NEE A ARREE N NA A (Nashville) “American Idols Live” August 31 VVEE RRIIZZ O ON NW WII RREE LLEE SSSS A AM MPPH HIITTH HEE A ATTRREE @ @ EE N NCCO ORREE PP A ARRK K (Atlanta) Allman Brothers Band, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals September 2 ARR EEN A NA A@ @G GW W IIN NN NEETTTT CCEE N NTTEE RR (Atlanta) Muse, Cage the Elephant September 4 BBRRII D DG GEE SSTTO ON NEE A ARREE N NA A (Nashville) Iron Maiden September 5 BBRRII D DG GEE SSTTO ON NEE A ARREE N NA A (Nashville) Muse, Cage the Elephant September 6 VVEE RRIIZZ O ON NW WII RREE LLEE SSSS A AM MPPH HIITTH HEE A ATTRREE @ @ EE N NCCO ORREE PP A ARRK K (Atlanta) Steely Dan September 7 VVA ARR IIEE TTYY PPLLA A YYH HO OU U SSEE (Atlanta) Hanson September 8 W IILLD W DH HO ORRSSEE SS A ALLO OO ON N (Nashville) Hanson September 10 AAA RRO A ON N’’ SS A AM MPPH HIITTH HEE A ATTRREE (Atlanta) Depeche Mode September 12 SSCCH HEE RRM MEE RRH HO ORR N N SSYYM MPPH HO ON NYY CCEE N NTTEE RR (Nashville) Chicago September 12 CCH HAASSTTA A IIN N PPA A RRK K (Atlanta) Charlie Wilson September 13 AAA RRO A ON NSS A AM MPP H HII TTH HEE A ATTRR EE (Atlanta) Kid Rock, ZZ Top, Uncle Kracker September 14 AAA RRO A ON NSS A AM MPP H HII TTH HEE A ATTRR EE (Atlanta) Miranda Lambert September 15 PPA A RRK K TTA A VVEERR N N (Atlanta) Ed Roland & the Sweet Tea Project September 15 TTU U SSCCA ALL O OO OSS A AA AM MPPH HIITTH HEEA A TTRREE (Tuscaloosa) Fun., Tegan & Sara September 16 AAA RRO A ON NSS A AM MPP H HII TTH HEE A ATTRR EE (Atlanta) Maroon 5, Kelly Clarkson, PJ Morton September 16 BBRRII D DG GEE SSTTO ON NEE A ARREE N NA A (Nashville) Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran September 19-21 TTH HEE W WO OO OD DSS A ATT FF O ON NTTA AN NEE LL (Whites Creek) Fun., Tegan & Sara September 22 VVA ARR IIEE TTYY PPLLA A YYH HO OU U SSEE (Atlanta) Colin Hay September 27 AAA RRO A ON N’’ SS A AM MPPH HIITTH HEE A ATTRREE (Atlanta) John Mayer, Phillip Phillips September 27 RRIIVV EERRFF RRO ON NTT PPA A RRK K (Nashville) Zac Brown Band September 27/28 TTH HEE M MA ASSQ QU U EERR A AD DEE (Atlanta) Kamelot, Delain Eclipse September 28 VVEE RRIIZZ O ON NW WII RREE LLEE SSSS A AM MPPH HIITTH HEE A ATTRREE @ @ EE N NCCO ORREE PP A ARRK K (Atlanta) Fall Out Boy September 28 TTEE N NN NEE SSSS EEEE TTH HEE A ATTRREE (Knoxville) City & Colour September 28 TTH HEE EEA A RRLL (Atlanta) Mudhoney, Cheap Time October 2 FF O OXX TTH HEEA A TTRREE (Atlanta) Sarah Brightman October 9 SSYYM MPPH HO ON NYY H HA ALL LL (Atlanta) Michael McDonald October 13 SSCCH HEE RRM MEERR H HO ORRN N SSYYM MPPH HO ON NYY CCEE N NTTEE RR (Nashville) Chris Botti October 18 ATTLL AAN A NTTA AM MO OTTO ORR SS PPEE EED DW WA AYY (Hampton) The Beach Boys October 18 PPH HIILL IIPPSS A ARREE N NA A (Atlanta) Rod Stewart, Steve Winwood October 19 BBRRII D DG GEE SSTTO ON NEE A ARREE N NA A (Nashville) Selena Gomez & the Scene October 25

PPH HII LLIIPPSS AARR EEN NAA (Atlanta) Selena Gomez & the Scene October 26 BBRR IID DG GEE SSTTO ON NEE AARR EEN NAA (Nashville) George Jones, The Charlie Daniels Band, Kenny Rogers, Montgomery Gentry, Dioerks Bentley, Tanya Tucker, Josh Turner, Garth Brooks, Kid Rock, Same Moore, Shelby Lynne, the Oak Ridge Boys, Randy Travis, Alan Jackson, T. Graham Brown, Mark Chesnutt, Joe Diffie, Jamey Johnson, Tracy Lawrence, Patty Loveless, Kathy Mattea, Lorrie Morgan, Pam Tillis, Gene Watson, Clay Walker, Aaron Tippin, Collin Ray, Crystal Gayle, Brenda Lee, TG Sheppard, Bobby Bare, Don Mclean, Billy Ray Cyrus November 22 BBJJ CCCC A ARR EEN NAA (Birmingham) Pink December 3 VVA A RRIIEE TTYY PPLL AAYYH HO OU USS EE (Atlanta) John Waters December 12 PPH HII LLIIPPSS AARR EEN NAA (Atlanta) Andrea Bocelli December 15

OPPEEN O NM Miicc TTRREE M MO ON NTT TTAAVVEE RRN N Songwriters Showcase Thursdays BBA A RRTT’’ SS LL AAK KEE SSH HO ORREE Open Mic Thursdays DO D OU UBB LLEE H HIILLLL BBII LLLLII AARRD DSS Open Mic Sundays RRU UM MO ORRSS Open Jam featuring Daniel James Dixon & The Jamtastics Sundays TTH HEE O OFFFF IICCEE SpeakEasy Mondays ON O NEE-- EE LLEE VVEEN N (Lafayette) CSA Writers Night Mondays TTRREE M MO ON NTT TTAAVVEE RRN N Open Mic w/ Mike McDade Tuesdays RRA AW W Open Jam w/ Jonathan Wimpee and friends Wednesdays

KA K ARRA AO OK KEE && D Dee eejjaayy BBU UD D’’SS DJ Hammer Thursdays SS IIN NG G IITT O ORR W WII N NG G IITT Karaoke Thursdays SS K KYYZZO OO O Karaoke Thursdays AM A MIIG GO O (Hixson) Karaoke w/ Poe Boy Entertainment Thursdays TTO OPP O OFF TTH HEE D DO OCCK K DJ Spicolli Friday & Saturdays SS IIN NG G IITT O ORR W WII N NG G IITT Karaoke Fridays BBA A RRTT’’ SS LL AAK KEE SSH HO ORREE DJ E Fridays LL EEG GEE N ND DSS BBAARR && G GRR IILLLL Clay Danger Karaoke Fridays FF A AN NAATTIICCSS Karaoke w/ DJ Hammer Fridays TTH HEE PPAA LLM MSS DJ Fridays TTH HEE TTAAVVEE RRN N (Soddy-Daisy) Karaoke Fridays W EE EEK W K EEN ND D’’SS SS PPO ORRTTSS BBAARR && G GRRII LLLL (Cleveland) Karaoke & DJs Lisa & Donna Fridays BBEE EE FF O O’’ BBRRAA D DYY’’ SS (Ooltewah) Karaoke w/ RCB Entertainment Fridays SS IIN NG G IITT O ORR W WII N NG G IITT Karaoke Saturdays BBA A RRTT’’ SS LL AAK KEE SSH HO ORREE DJ E Saturdays FF A AN NAATTIICCSS Karaoke w/ Choo Choo Entertainment Saturdays FF IIRREE SSII D DEE LL O OU UN NG GEE Clay Danger Karaoke Saturdays TTH HEE PPAA LLM MSS Karaoke w/ DJ Salt Sundays BBU UD D’’SS Karaoke w/ DJ Hammer Sundays SS IIN NG G IITT O ORR W WII N NG G IITT Karaoke Sundays

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CC O OM MEED D YY && VVaarriieett yy CCO OM MEE D DYY CCA ATTCCH H Matt Mitchell May 3-5 CCO OM MEE D DYY CCA ATTCCH H Big Eddie Caylor May 10/11 CCO OM MEE D DYY CCA ATTCCH H Chris Killian May 17-19 CCO OM MEE D DYY CCA ATTCCH H Jason Stuart May 24/25 TTH HEE PP U UN NCCH HLLIIN NEE (Atlanta) Christopher Titus June 7-9 CCO OBBBB EE N NEE RRG GYY PP EERR FFO ORRM MIIN NG GA A RRTTSS CCEE N NTTEE RR

(Atlanta) John Edward June 10 CCO OBBBB EE N NEERR G GYY PPEE RRFFO ORRM MII N NG G AA RRTTSS CCEEN NTTEE RR (Atlanta) Daniel Tosh June 15 TTEEN NN NEE SSSSEE EE TTH HEEA A TTRREE (Knoxville) Daniel Tosh June 16 TTH HEE TTA ABBEE RRN NA ACCLLEE (Atlanta) Tracy Morgan June 16 CCO OM MEE D DYY CCA ATTCCH H James Gregory June 21, 22, 28, 29

TT H HEEA ATT RREE && M Muussiiccaall EEN NSS EEM MBBLL EE TTH HEE A ATTRR EE O OFF CCH HAA TTTTAA N NO OO OG GAA ““Sight For Sore Eyes” March 8-24 EEN NSS EEM MBBLL EE TTH HEE A ATTRR EE O OFF CCH HAA TTTTAA N NO OO OG GAA ““Jekyll and Hyde” June 7-23 RRYYM MA AN NA AU UD DIITTO ORRIIU UM M (Nashville) “Archer” June 21 EEN NSS EEM MBBLL EE TTH HEE A ATTRR EE O OFF CCH HAA TTTTAA N NO OO OG GAA ““Dear Brutus” August 16-September 1 EEN NSS EEM MBBLL EE TTH HEE A ATTRR EE O OFF CCH HAA TTTTAA N NO OO OG GAA ““The Tempest” September 13-29 EEN NSS EEM MBBLL EE TTH HEE A ATTRR EE O OFF CCH HAA TTTTAA N NO OO OG GAA ““The Bald Soprano” October 11-27 EEN NSS EEM MBBLL EE TTH HEE A ATTRR EE O OFF CCH HAA TTTTAAN NO OO OG GAA ““A Rekindled Fame” November 8-24 EEN NSS EEM MBBLL EE TTH HEE A ATTRR EE O OFF CCH HAA TTTTAA N NO OO OG GAA ““Short Attention Span” December 6-22

SSPPO ORRTTSS ATT&&TT FFIIEE LLD A D Chattanooga Lookouts vs. Mobile Baybears May 7-11 ATT&&TT FFIIEE LLD A D Chattanooga Lookouts vs. Tennessee Smokies May 17-21 CCH HA ATTTTA AN NO OO OG GA A CCO ON NVVEEN NTTIIO ON N && TTRRAA D DEE CCEEN NTTEE RR Chattanooga Rollergirls vs. Hark Knox Roller Girls May 18 ATT&&TT FFIIEE LLD A D Chattanooga Lookouts vs, Pensacola Blue Wahoos May 23-27

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WEIRD NEWS LUDHIANA, India - A newborn boy in Ludhiana, India, has been sold for $830 to a New Delhi couple in a Facebook deal, officials said. The alleged deal was uncovered when the infant’s mother, Nooran, made a complaint to police that her baby went missing from the hospital where he was born, The Indian Express reported. The report said the boy allegedly was sold to Amit Kumar, who wanted to adopt a baby with his wife, and the deal was made

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by a hospital attendant named Gurpreet. The Indian Express said police have arrested Gurpreet, the boy’s maternal grandfather Feroze Khan, his friend Irfan and nurse Sunita Rani, but Kumar was not yet in custody. The infant was recovered from Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi and returned to his mother, the report said. “A few months ago, I separated from my husband and came to my parents house,” the mother said. “On April 14, I gave birth to a boy at Satyam Hospital.

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After delivery, I was told that my baby is dead. Later on, some people at the hospital told me that my father had sold the baby to nurse Sunita Rani.” Nooran’s father, an alleged drug addict, told the police he wanted to get the baby adopted as he did not want the expense of raising a child, the report said. HALIFAX, Nova Scotia - A letter in a bottle found by two people fishing in Nova Scotia has led to a reunion of the friends who wrote it in 2002, “never [expecting] anyone to find it.” Stephen Hennigar and Alexa Wray were fishing in the Shubenacadie River Wednesday when they found the discarded wine bottle, containing the letter and a few artifacts, CBC News reported. The letter, signed by two teens named Jill and Kelly, read: “The year is 2002. It would be cool if someone found this in the year 3002 or something. We hope it’ll go very far.” The letter referred to the Sept. 11, 2001, destruction of the World Trade Center and noted Osama bin Laden was “a wanted man.” “So we can’t let things like this go on any more.” It was accompanied by photos of Jill and Kelly and some friends, and after CBC News first carried the story, Jillian Boyce and Kelly Johnston, both 25, said they were the ones who released the bottle. “I never really expected anyone to find it,” Boyce said. Johnston said she hasn’t seen Boyce “in many,

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many years.” “It’s crazy to think that after all this time a silly letter in a bottle could put us back in touch,” she said. “Oh my god,” said Boyce. “How did it not get ruined?” FLORIDA - 80-year-old Miriam Tucker who was attending a charity event in Florida accidentally swallowed a $5,000 diamond she had just won. Organizers of the event placed $10 cubic zirconia stones in the bottom of 399 of 400 champagne glasses. The prized diamond was placed in the last. Tucker told local media that she didn’t want to put her finger in the glass to get the jewel. Instead she took a few sips of champagne. As she was talking and laughing with other women at the table, she realized she swallowed the jewel. “What a dumb thing,” she said. Meanwhile, organizers and jewelers Joy Pierson and Andy Meyer were puzzled that no one came forward with the diamond. As they hovered near the table, Tucker eventually spoke up. “She said she swallowed what was in her glass,” Pierson said. Event chairwoman Gina Roth insisted that Tucker follow her to a hospital for an X-ray. The diamond didn’t show up, but Tucker already had a colonoscopy scheduled. She told Dr. Bruce Edgerton what happened and he retrieved the diamond, put it in a bio-hazard bag and gave it to Tucker’s daughter. After the pro-


cedure, they went to a jewelry store and had the diamond cleaned, tested and verified. How would you like to be that jeweler. “It’s an amazing story,” said Tucker. She plans to bequeath it to her 13-year-old granddaughter, where the diamond will “stay in the family with a story to go with it.” LOS ANGELES - Two men have been sentenced in California after admitting they extorted professional poker players with threats of publishing naked photographs, officials say. The photos were among private information stolen from the players’ email accounts, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday. Tyler Schrier, 23, of Menlo Park pleaded guilty to conspiracy, extortion and unauthorized access to a protected computer to obtain information. He was sentenced to 42 months in prison. As part of his plea, Schrier admitted guilt in a similar plot in which he extorted $26,000. An accomplice, Keith James Hudson, 39, of San Jose pleaded guilty to stealing naked photographs from a player’s email by hacking the account. He then worked with Schrier to extort poker players, prosecutors said. In 2010, the pair hacked the email account of Joe Sebok and stole intimate emails and photographs. They threatened to post them on the Internet unless Sebok and others paid them hundreds of thousands of dollars, prosecutors said. No payments were ever made and Schrier sent an email containing a nude photo of Sebok to about 100 people. Addressing the court at the hearing, Sebok said the extortion plot had “instantly damaged my ability to sustain my livelihood doing what I had been since 2005” and caused him to lose endorsement contracts.

macaw after five years thanks in part to the bird’s distaste for women. Mike Taylor of Great Falls said his bird, Spike, goes by the nickname Love Love and he discovered after adopting the avian with his then-fiancee several years ago that Love Love disliked women due to being abused by a previous owner, the Great Falls (Mont) Tribune reported Tuesday. Taylor said his wife sold the bird when the couple split up about five years ago and he “always wondered” what became of the bird. Taylor said he had his answer when a friend, Steve Caldwell, recognized the bird at Montana’s Parrot & Exotic Bird Sanctuary in Butte. “He says, ‘Oh, by the way, I seen your bird,’” Taylor said. Taylor said he soon got in touch with Lori McAlexander, executive director of the sanctuary, and was able to convince her of his story by describing the bird’s blind eye, toenail deformities, penchant for saying “love love” and his hatred of women. McAlexander said the bird was donated by a woman named Sonia who was bitten mere days after purchasing him. She said only male handlers had been dealing with Spike due to the animal’s violent distaste for women. Taylor was reunited with Love Love Sunday at the sanctuary and was able to bring him home with his original cage and the toys that went along with him when his wife sold the bird. “He’s just a really neat bird,” Taylor said.

SALINA, KS - When you go to the circus you should expect some unusual things to happen. Clown trauma, midget encounters, watching a family of trapeze artists being murdered by a psychopath with severe facial scarring and a flair for theatrics. What you do not expect is to find a 300-pound tiger waiting for you GREAT FALLS, Mont. - A Montana in the bathroom. The big cat had man was reunited with his scarlet escaped briefly after its turn in ENIGMA MAY 2 2013

the ring at the Isis Shrine Circus in Salina, Kansas. Staff members blocked off the concourse as the tiger wandered into the bathroom, where one of the doors was blockaded. About that time, Salina resident Jenna Krehbiel decided she needed to use the restroom. When she walked in the door that hadn’t been blocked off, she found a tiger standing about 2 feet away. “You don’t expect to go in a bathroom door, have it shut behind you and see a tiger walking toward you,” Krehbiel said. The tiger was captured within minutes and

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returned to its enclosure. Krehbiel, a social worker, said she didn’t scream or run because she is trained to stay calm. “Looking back, it was a scary ordeal,” she said. “At the time, I was thinking I just needed to get out.” Krehbiel said her 3-year-old daughter had a different reaction. “My daughter wanted to know if it had washed its hands,” Krehbiel said. “That was her only concern. I think that shows the thoughts of children and that they wouldn’t have known there was danger.”

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RUMOUR'S MILL RRU UM MOOUU RR HHAASS IITT … … …The Tavern in Soddy-Daisy is having a grand opening celebration Friday all day beginning at 5pm. The old Snooker’s location is looking to enhance the community with a nice sports bar/entertainment establishment more along the line of Bud’s. There will be free barbecue while it lasts along with live music from W Whh iisskk eeyy RRuu nn. Come check out the new kid on the block! …The Board of Directors of See Rock City (SRC), Inc. is proud to announce that SSuussaann P. Harris, SPHR, former director of human resources and organizational development for SRC has been promoted to president of the company. FFrraannkk DDaavviiss, PHR, has been hired to Haarrrriiss in her previous replace H role.

and Powerful Quads” in their trip down the Yellow Brick Road to victory, as they take on the Hard Knox Roller Girls on May 18 at the Chattanooga Trade and Convention Center. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the bout starts at 7 p.m. Get there early to get the best seats. Suicide seating next to the track is available for those 18 and over. Tickets are $10 in advance from your favorite roller girl, $12 at the door and online, kids six to 12 are $5, and kids five and under are free. …Rumour has it there is a new tenant for the old Midtown/Yesterday’s location. They’ve taken down the Midtown name and have left the Yesterday’s signage. Any chance perhaps?

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So as many of my loyal followers know where this is going from reading my columns before…What the heck is this world coming to? ...Oh, and I am not ready… and let's not forget… >I don't feel like they're safe<. What if? Just what if?...the smart phones made ya not so smart…lol….scary thing it will take one hundred years to find out…so for now taking time to spend my money on something that will be reinvented by Christmas is an investment… not a quick decision made at the mall.

So the question is how much are we paying and working to pay for voyeurism? … I remember a time (showing my age now)…when CELL PHONE wasn't a word used at all. Also people driving down the road weren't concerned with text, emails etc.

At this time in 2013 everyone has one... from three-year-old children to 90-year-old adults. Scary thing is price!!.. Hundreds of dollars are spent on devices that are used for “Facebook”, “Pinterest”… and porn… to pass the time away from our mundane jobs and lives… Conversation to humans or interaction with people will soon be a thing of the past.

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…Following the Moonnkkeeeess’’ string of tour dates M with M Miicchhaaee ll NN eessm miitthh last fall, the group has announced a 24show summer run, with survivNeessm miitt hh, M Miicckkyy ing members N DD oolleennzz and PPeett eerr TToorrkk at the …The Chattanooga helm. “A Midsummer’s Night Moonnkk eeeess” kicks off Roller Girls present “The Great With the M

on July 15 in Port Chester, N.Y., and will run through Aug. 18. Pre-sale ticket packages for all shows go on sale this Wednesday (May 1). The Moonnkk eeeess ’’ late 2012 reunion M tour marked N Neess m miitthh ’’ss first U.S. shows with the group since 1970. Although last year’s tour was highlighted by tribD aavvyy JJoonneess, who passed utes to D D oolleennzz away in February 2012, D tells Rolling Stone that the group’s set list will be slightly different this summer. “This time we probably won’t lean so heavily on the D Daavviidd situaDoolleennzz. “I think we tion,” says D have to move on. Everybody has to move on. He’ll always be remembered and acknowledged, but possibly not as much as on that particular tour. We will, of course, still perform ‘Daydream Believer’ and all the other hits.” According to a press release, the upcoming shows will also encompass “rare films and one-of-a-kind photographs,” along with the group’s classic Moonnkkee eess’’ last new hits. The M album came in 1996, with JustUs.

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…It’s been a knockout in Germany. Now SSyyllvveess ttee rr SStt aalllloonnee hopes a musical based on his beloved boxing film Rocky will also be a hit on Broadway. Producers said Sunday they plan to get Rocky up and punching at the Winter Garden by February following a successful debut in Hamburg last fall. Based on the Oscarwinning 1976 film, the musical features a score by “Ragtime” veterans SStt eepphh eenn FFllaahh eerrttyy and LLyynnnn AAhh rreennss, and a story by TThh oom maass M Meeeehhaann , who wrote The Producers and Hairspray. …Charlotte Motor Speedway has replaced country singer BBiillllyy CCuu rrrriinnggtt oonn as the pre-race act before next month’s All-Star race. CCuu rrrr iinnggttoonn was charged Thursday with making terroristic threats and abuse of an elderly person. He was released from a Georgia jail after posting a $27,700 bond. Each of the charges is a felony punishable by one to five years in prison. Charlotte Motor Speedway


Maarrccuu ss SSm miitt hh said President M Friday that double-platinum singer-songwriter JJ oosshh TTuu rrnneerr will perform the pre-race concert before the May 18 race. SSm miitt hh cited CC uurrrr iinnggttoonn’’ss arrest for the change. …After BBllaacckk SSaabbbb aatthh announced four initial tour dates in support of its forthcoming album 13 earlier this month, the reunited rockers have added 16 more shows to their North American itinerary. The expanded run will now launch on July 25 in Houston. …NBA center JJ aassoonn CCoolllliinnss became the first current athlete in a major American sports league to come out as gay, writing in Sports Illustrated, “I’m black. And I’m gay.” In a new piece with FFrraannzz LLiidd zz for the May 6th issue, the veteran player opens up about his sexuality. “I wish I wasn’t the kid in the classroom raising his hand and say-

ing, ‘I’m different,’” CC oolllliinnss wrote. “If I had my way, someone else would have already done this. Nobody has, which is why I’m raising my hand.” …TT LLCC have revealed plans for their first gig in four years. The legendary girl group will be playing The Mixtape Festival at Hersheypark Stadium, in Hershey, Pennsylvania, from July 26-27, alongside N Neew w K Kiiddss O Onn TThh ee BBlloocckk, Hanson and BBooyyzz IIII Meenn. Consequence of Sound M reports that this will be the band’s first show since a 2009 appearance in Japan. Last year it was reported that TLC were looking into touring with a hologram of late band member LLiissaa ‘‘LLeefftt --EEyyee’’ LLoopp eess, who died at the age of 30 in a car accident on April 25, 2002 in Honduras. Singer RRoozzoonndd aa ‘‘ CChh iillll ii’’ TT hh oom m aass told Metro: “The hologram is something we talked about and thought about years ago, obviously timing is everything but we’re

definitely talking about it.” On the 10th anniversary of LL oopp eess’’ death, it was reported that the surviving members of the trio were planning to tour using Lopes’ recorded vocals. …PPssyy has said that the success of his new track ‘Gentleman’ proves that he is not a “one-hit wonder”. The Korean performer released the follow-up to his 2012 smash-hit track Gangnam Style’ earlier in April 2013. He described the week of its release as “the worst time ever”, admitting that he was “nervous” of people’s reaction.

DDaa nnnnyy …Rapper BBrr oow w nn received an X-rated welcome when he performed in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Friday after a female fan offered him oral sex onstage. The I Will star took his The Old

& Reckless Tour to the city’s Triple Rock venue and invited a number of ladies to join him in the spotlight, and one devotee decided to show her appreciation for the 32-year-old by getting down on her knees to pleasure the rapper - in full view of other shocked concertgoers. An image has since hit the Internet, and reports about the sex act quickly spread across Twitter.com, wnn’’ ss peer prompting BBrr oow KKeennddrriicckk LLaam maarr to reach out to his pal via the micro-blogging site to find out if the rumours are true. If you know any truths, halftruths or outright lies about the local music and club scene send it to Sissy Vance c/o rumoursmill@enigmaonline.co m.

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NEVER LOVED ELVIS JIM SELLS Gemma Ray popped up on my radar last year with "Island Fire". I had heard, and heard of, "It's a Shame About Gemma Ray", but I was not prepared for the 60sinfluenced pop noir (don't know who coined that term but I dig it seriously) that stayed on heavy rotation here at the Fortress for weeks. It seemed to me that songs such as "Troup de Loup", "Runaway", and "Rescue Me" were all waiting to be used as a soundtrack for one seriously trippy movie. Little did I know … Gemma Ray must have read my mind, my review, or neither because here comes her newest effort, "Down Baby Down", clocking in at 27:22, a soundtrack for a non-existent movie. Lyrics, if any, are sparse. The line, "Say You Love Me", appears as a line in most of the songs here, adding a spooky, dreamy continuity to the album. "The Low Rising" is the perfect intro, the by-now trademark Gemma Ray hollow-body guitar layered with breathy vocals and sparse drums to create the perfect aural palette for the nonexistent movie's intro. "Gozo Theme" - Gozo being a small island of the Maltese archipelago

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in the Mediterranean Sea for those interested - follows, with the guitars and drums joined by clavier-sounding keyboards. It is a neat touch and really sets off the vocals in the second half of the song. "Say You Love Me" is the album's third song, and the first with actual vocals. A harmonica adds to the previous instrumentation (minus the clavier) on this one, adding a high lonesome f'ed-up Western feel to this one. This is superb work, just a marvelous song. After the almost unbearable constant building of "Say You Love Me", the following tune, "Reunion Waltz", is a perfect counterpart, classical guitar combined with percussion, harmonica, and bass. If you let your mind roam, this is the point in our nonexistent movie where our protagonist is riding across the range with thoughts of lost love and/or revenge running amok in the mind. The keening fade-out sets up the next tune, "Carpathian Lullaby", perfectly, for here is where the normal Western goes off the tracks and it is all vampires, bullets, and tequila ... not literally, for we are operating

with a soundtrack for a movie that never was, right? However, you can see/feel the Hammer studio lots and backdrops, incredibly handsome, dim men and incredibly busty, dim women, all ripe for Dracula/Frankenstein/The Mummy to break bad on. At least, I can; if you cannot, I feel sorry for you because you are missing it. "The Letter", up next, return to "Say You Love Me" lyrically but the different tempo and orchestration transforms the tension of "Say You Love Me" into a dirge, the pause before our protagonist squares accounts with some people who desperately need it, which occurs in "Baby Goes Bad", popping percussion and twangin' guitars ride a nasty beat to the denouement. "Exo-Orbit", "So Long Serenata", and "No Star" are the epilogue, with "No Star" reminding us that this soundtrack, and the accompanying non-existent movie, was in no way normal and we were lucky to experience it. The same goes for Gemma Ray - there are not many artists that do something this unique this honestly; there is not post-irony hipster bullshit here, for this is the album she wanted to make for herself. Artists that do that may fail occasionally but they never truly disappoint. On "Down Baby Down", Gemma Ray neither fails nor

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Fashion Rules It’s Derby time again — the first Saturday of May, which seems to signify the fact that it really is Spring! Originated in 1875 by

average of 150,000 visitors each year, including residents, out-oftowners, celebrities, presidents, and even members of royal families. Since the very first Kentucky Derby, attendees have chosen this event to dress—representing the exciting and fun festivities of “The Run for the Roses,” also known as “The most exciting two minutes in sports”— in glorious attire. Hats, as we all well know, now get their share of attention.

William Clark for the first Louisville Jockey Club, his intention was to raise money to open a race track which became Churchill Downs. The first Kentucky Derby race attracted close to 10,000 wealthy, curious and extremely embellished people, as 15 three-year-old thoroughbred horses ran what was then a 1.5 mile course. The first horse to win was named “Aristides.” The course was changed the following year to 1.25 miles.

Originally worn to shade ohsuch-luminous-complexions from the terrible sun, Derby hats now are second only to the horse race

guests during the races. Triple Crown – A series of three races, the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes, and the Belmont Stakes, that is run annually by a group of thoroughbred year-old tradition. In magazines horses. and media, we look forward to see who is wearing what and how Derby Hat Parade – The derby hat parade takes place inside of they wore it. Churchill Downs and refers to the Also important is the dress du sea of stylish and elegant hats jour! You can’t wear the best of worn by women and men alike all hats and not have a dress to during the Kentucky Derby. inspire the look! Backstreet Betty’s has fun and colorful Kentucky Derby Festival – The dresses that will well suit this fun annual two-week series of events filled day, so come take a look or held in Louisville beginning with check them out on Backstreet Betty’s Boutique’s Facebook page! Kentucky Derby Lingo: Mint Julep – The Mint Julep is the official drink of the Kentucky Derby. It is an iced drink consisting of bourbon, mint, and a sweet syrup and is traditionally served in a commemorative Kentucky Derby glass.

Thunder Over Louisville and leading up to the Kentucky Derby.

Much of the success of the Derby goes to Colonel Mat J. Winn, who persuaded influential racing horse owners in New York, (then the main focus of North American horse racing) to enter their horses in the Derby. By 1920, “The Derby” was the premier prestige horse racing event in North American for three-year-old thoroughbreds.

The Infield – The flat, grassy area inside of the track. The infield is Burgoo – A thick, meaty stew that best-known for hosting the is the traditional meal of the largest Kentucky Derby part in competition. Throughout the Kentucky Derby. - discohippie@enigmaonline.com many years of Kentucky Derby races, men bet on horses, and Millionaire’s Row – The premium women wow in attire. The color seating area that houses all of the of the day? Anything you want— rich and famous Kentucky Derby the brighter the better. The look? Extreme and more extreme!

The Kentucky Derby is the first leg of a three-part race for the sought after “Triple Crown,” followed by The Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes. The Kentucky Derby today draws an

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