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Nine Different Views On Love And Relationships

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre opened a new play this past weekend. Love/Sick by John Cariani runs in the Circle Theatre through February 26th. We sat down with director Scott Dunlap to find out more about this relationship-driven show.



Versatility and style best describe comedian Spank Brown. Providing laughs that transcend all barriers—age, gender, urban or mainstream—his humor appeals to all audiences. more

Feb 15, 2017 12:58 PM Pulse Picks

The changing of traditional norms can often cause discomfort, anger, and jealousy. Mr. Pim is a peculiar man that shares no common beliefs on love, art, and marriage. Although this theatre production is not generally considered serious, the ... more

Feb 15, 2017 12:58 PM News & Notes

Some of the most interesting and ruggedly original paintings coming out of Chattanooga are being made on Signal Mountain by Mark Leamon. His art can be described as a mix of Pop Art, Surrealism, Expressionism, and Dada, but from this mix emerges ... more

Feb 8, 2017 11:19 AM Features

For UTC English professor and esteemed author Sybil Baker, her own family’s history and the desire to tell the story of “Chattanooga’s unheard voices” laid the foundation for her latest publication, “Immigration Essays”, which will launch at ... more

Feb 8, 2017 11:19 AM News & Notes

The Plein Air painting movement is becoming increasingly popular in Chattanooga art circles, a development that makes perfect sense for one of America’s best outdoor cities. Plein Air, from the French “Open Air,” has its roots in mid-19th century ... more

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