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The 71st annual Franklin Rodeo drew thousands to Franklin's Williamson County Ag Expo Park last week for three days of cowboys, bull riding, barrel racing and family fun.

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When we bought new windows for our house last year, we supposedly received some type of discount in return for displaying a sign in our yard with the window company’s logo and agreeing to write a good review (if we were pleased) on social media and/or one of those neighborhood websites.  

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Dr. Presson: Welcome back everyone. Last week we discussed what to share and perhaps what not to share on Instagram, and that a photo or comment going viral is not always a good thing. This week we're discussing romantic relationships.

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Fallout continues after the leak of a draft U.S. Supreme Court opinion that will, if eventually published, overturn the famous abortion case Roe v. Wade.  

One of my favorite Seinfeld scenes is this moment at the rental car agency when Jerry and Elaine learn that the agency doesn’t have their car.

It’s been more than 60 years since Lerner and Loewe’s classic musical Camelot first premiered on Broadway. But thanks to Studio Tenn’s sleek, smart and eminently engaging production – on stage through May 15 – audiences have a whole new way to experience an old favorite.

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One of the most interesting – and fun – parts of being a grandparent has been learning what toys and games are now popular, and to know what old, reliable ones have stood the test of time.