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The Blind Tiger, a Prohibition-style speakeasy, opens Saturday in the basement of the Copper Still Martini Bar, plus fountains added to Martin Square, TALK's Trail Mix features local musicians and One Million Degreesprogram seeks coaches to help students succeed.

Page 2: 'Secret' Prohibition-era speakeasy opens in Homewood

The Blind Tiger, a Prohibition-style speakeasy, opens Saturday in the basement of the Copper Still Martini Bar, plus fountains added to Martin Square, TALK's Trail Mix features local musicians and One Million Degrees program seeks coaches to help students succeed.

Crowds flock to Homewood Farmers Market at Martin Square location

The opening of Homewood’s Outdoor Farmers Market on Memorial Day weekend brought many vendors and shoppers to its new location on Martin Square.

Homewood Farmers Market summer season ends with look to the future

The Homewood Farmers Market held its last summer session Saturday, and probably the last session in its current location, but organizers are already looking forward to new features and a new home on the horizon.

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