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For The Times, They Were a-Changin’

Tony Kushner’s plays don’t skirt complex topics—they thrive on them. The multiple award-winner of “Angels in America” tackled race relations in 1999’s Tony Award-nominated “Caroline, or Change.”

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Top of the Pops With Bob B.

Arthur Fiedler and John Williams revolutionized the concept of pops concerts. When Fiedler became the conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra in 1930, nobody realized that under his 50 years of direction the Boston Pops ... more »

Oct 23, 2014 Features

Stories That Inspire And Enlighten

My father volunteered weekly for Room at the Inn. I would sometimes come along in to help feed those who came to share in a hot meal. I remember that, even as a child, I felt a great sense of sympathy ... more »

Oct 16, 2014 Features

The Art of Learning As You Teach

If the art world were a republic like the one in “Star Wars”, then Mike Holsomback would definitely be a Jedi Master. more »

Oct 9, 2014 Features

Mind The Art

Fall in Chattanooga means art is bustin’ out all over. So this week, instead of featuring just one artist or one event, we’re giving you a sampler of all the choices. Consider cloning yourself to take them all in! more »

Oct 2, 2014 Features

Sculpture Fields: Dream Builds to Reality

Sculptor John Henry has a dream for Chattanooga—and slowly but surely that dream is coming to fruition. “I think you can say that this is no longer a dream, you know, it’s very much a reality and we’re just taking the steps ... more »

Sep 25, 2014 Features

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