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Chattanooga’s music scene is in full stride. It is exponentially growing and each day it becomes progressively more potent. One thing that separates it from other music cities, is the fact that the artists do not seem to be in any kind of ... more

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Merrill Val Love is a local artist who owns and operates Tree Dimensional, a digital design company that focuses on live action fractal designs which are projected onto various spaces and objects. His art is unique and original, and ... more

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The Sculpture Fields at Montague Park is a truly remarkable place, and they are hosting their second annual Spring in the Park event this Saturday. With something for everybody, and a day full of activities planned, this event should be marked on ... more

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The popularity surrounding the use, consumption, cultivation, and processing of hemp is spreading like wildfire across Tennessee and the rest of the country. The continuous expansion of its uses is magnificently beneficial for humanity, as well ... more

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Chance McDaniel produces pure poetry with his music production skills. His ability to transfer raw feeling into his sound, and make the notes and beats match his heartbeat is truly phenomenal. In his most recent chill/ambient/down-tempo/trippy ... more

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The captivating sound of Memories, by Chattanooga’s local contemporary composer and pianist, Caleb Swift is a hidden treasure. Beautiful music comes in many different forms. There is not any one qualification that determines the exquisiteness of ... more

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Chattanooga has a flourishing music scene that is mounting by way of artists that demonstrate unique style, hard work, and dedication. Artists that love music to their core, and that will stop at nothing to let their rebel yell out through music ... more

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From the (real) hip-hop side of things, coming out of Knoxville is a thought provoking, positive minded, eclectic, and cognizant album What the Water Tells Me, from Good Guy Collective. The album is refreshing due to its unmatched individualized ... more

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In an extraordinary display of selflessness, caring, and humanitarianism, a local group called the Human Initiative was formed to empower the homeless population by helping them obtain basic necessities, as well as showing them compassion, while ... more

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In an impressive display of community strengthening and revitalizing, the Glass House Collective has demonstrated that with some likeminded people, vision, determination, and follow-through, that community (re)development can surpass the achieved ... more

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Some refreshingly potent music coming from Chattanooga is the jam band Astrophe’s recent live album release Astrophe Live. The band does a great job of producing powerful rocksteady music that does not drift or drag. more

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Human beings are an incredible species. We dance, laugh, play, evolve, think, and come up with some extraordinarily brilliant ideas. For most, exclusive and potentially prosperous ideas die just as abruptly as they are born due to a multitude of ... more

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Today I am thankful for Peter Porker’s November release of his album titled Thank You. This album is full of vision, passion, and great sounding music. While it is difficult to classify the particular genre, I will say it has an eighties style ... more

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Competition and excitement will fall upon the glorious Scenic City this Saturday and Sunday, in the form of a longstanding, two-day, crew style rowing regatta, called the “Head of the Hooch”, where thousands of boats and participants will come ... more

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Some delightful music coming from Knoxville is Harmon Den’s album, As Long As We’re Dreaming. The music comes as part of a solo project from Adam Norris, the bass player for Knoxville’s notable band Ephemeral. more

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Keem the Cipher, delivers an engaging and powerful sound with his most recent experimental hip hop/instrumental LP release Exploration. The beautiful music that pours from the album is excellent on many levels, I love how it touches on that pure ... more

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Sometimes when scouring back alleys in an attempt to discover local music, I stumble upon some hidden magical sounding tunes. When I landed on the How to Date a Mink Soundtrack by Sour Lemonade, I was certain that I was misled by the internet. more

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Sometimes it is nice to deflect life for a few minutes to take a moment to look around, to stop and smell the roses if you will. Chattanooga is an incredible city that is flowing with multifarious beauty. Even with the endless views, and the ... more

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Chattanooga is a music scene that is rich, sundried, and currently in its prime as a whole. The local music that is being produced is some of the finest in the world, and every genre is covered by the myriad of talented artists producing music ... more

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As a music lover, there is no music that is barred from my heart space. There are pieces of every genre that I love and am familiar with. Typically, punk rock is not my go to genre, despite an extended stint with it in my youth, I have overall ... more

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It’s a day that still sits heavy on the hearts of everybody in Chattanooga. On July 16, 2015, a terrorist opened fire on two separate military installations, claiming the lives of five and wounding two others. The incident was an absolute tragedy ... more

City Life

Artists of Chattanooga unite, for a magnificent event is coming to Frazier Avenue this weekend from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. each afternoon. Taking place in the parking lot behind the Art Creations Building across from the Walnut Street Bridge, will be ... more

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April 26, 2018

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April 27, 2018

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April 28, 2018

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