The second annual CAPTURE Community Film Making Event kicks off Friday at 5:30 p.m. at the Bessie Smith Hall. Hosted by the Association for Visual Arts (AVA), this one-of-a-kind event provides amateur and professional film makers alike to contribute footage that will be edited into three short films. The kick off Friday night will be held at 5:30 p.m. at The Bessie Smith Cultural Center. Participants will hear more ... (click for more)
Fly Free Fest, taking place Oct. 10-12 , is three weeks away. It is time to start making plans for the second weekend in October now that the 2014 schedule is out. The Motet will headline Friday night, Railroad Earth on Saturday night, and Dan Deacon ... (click for more)
As temperatures start to cool down and the summer music festival season comes to an end, don’t head indoors just yet. Chattanoogans have a great opportunity to take in a long list of music headliners this weekend at Atlanta’s Music Midtown. The two-day festival kicks off Friday, at Piedmont ... (click for more)
September 18, 2014
Lee University, in partnership with The Hunter Museum of American Art, has announced the celebration of its sixth season of String Theory, featuring six world class concerts, beginning this October. ... (click for more)
Those who missed the opportunity to hear the joint concert of the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera and the Lee University Chorale are getting another chance. The concert, a performance of Beethoven’s ... (click for more)
Kinser Crutchfield, a Bristol native and senior at Baylor High School , will be competing for the title of Miss Tennessee Teen on Oct. 2, 3, and ... (click for more)
Will taking dirt from Camp Jordan for the Bass Pro Shop development wind up causing more flooding at Camp Jordan?