Addie Whitlow

Peter Pan is arguably one of the most beloved stories from our childhood, but if you’ve ever wanted to know what led up to the magic of Peter, Tinkerbell, Captain Hook, and friends, then you’re in luck. Starting Friday at 8 p.m., the Chattanooga ... more

Jul 12, 2017 11:03 AM Features

Looking to bar hop downtown but not crazy about the idea of walking from bar to bar on foot? If so, look no further than Pints and Pedals. Dubbed “Chattanooga’s ultimate party on wheels”, the lightweight aluminum 15-seater bike allows you and ... more

Apr 26, 2017 11:56 AM Drink Spotlight

Big Band is a style of music that is a bit underappreciated and also wildly unheard of in the 21st century. However, Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox is a group that is bringing big band music back, and they’re adding their own unique twist by ... more

Apr 26, 2017 11:56 AM News & Notes

Yes, real men drink umbrella drinks (or really confident men do, at least). I don’t know what it is about a frozen alcoholic drink with a tiny umbrella garnish that made people consider these types of drinks “lady drinks,” but I’m here to let you ... more

Apr 26, 2017 11:56 AM Mixology

When most people think of cats, they don’t think of them as being particularly trainable. Sure, you can teach them to use the litterbox and to go in and out of the house; some people are even getting adventurous by training cats to walk on a leash. more

Apr 26, 2017 11:56 AM The Bowl

Life and love aren’t always easy, but they’re always worth it, and those are some of the concepts Rex Knowles’ play, Old Ties, deals with. Set in New York’s Upper West Side, Old Ties is centered on Hank, who, with the help of a few others, is ... more

Apr 19, 2017 1:29 PM News & Notes

Jazzanooga’s JAM Fest 2017, which is a celebration in honor of Jazz Appreciation Month, has been paying musical tribute to a variety of artists who influenced the art of jazz. This Friday’s celebration will be no exception as it will honor the ... more

Apr 12, 2017 12:22 PM News & Notes

If you’ve been downtown recently, then you’ve noticed that bike lanes are popping up, and that’s a good thing because bicycle commuting is becoming quite popular in Chattanooga. If you’re interested in learning more about biking on the street ... more

Apr 12, 2017 12:22 PM The Bowl

Chattanooga’s art scene is impressive and constantly growing, and one of the particularly notable areas for viewing art in the Scenic City is on the Southside. Sculpture Fields is no exception to that, which is why they’re celebrating their one ... more

Apr 5, 2017 12:21 PM News & Notes

If there’s one drink you can’t go wrong with, it’s the classic American brew, otherwise known as beer. Whether you like ales, stouts, malts, or even cider beers, there are a wide variety of tastes and flavors that can satisfy just about any beer ... more

Apr 5, 2017 12:21 PM Mixology

Songbirds Guitar Museum is finally open, and they’re making new waves in the Chattanooga music scene by bringing a variety of world-renowned musicians to the city. This week’s show is going to be no exception. California Guitar Trio, a skillfully ... more

Mar 29, 2017 4:25 PM News & Notes

Arguably one of the largest celebrations of Indian culture that Chattanooga has ever had, the Raghu Dixit Project, referred to as “India’s biggest cultural export” by The Guardian, will be putting on a live show in the Scenic City. more

Mar 29, 2017 4:25 PM The Bowl

“Of course Long Island Iced Teas came from Long Island; it’s right in the name!” Ask anyone you know, and that’ll most likely be their answer when it comes to the origin of the Long Island Iced Tea. However, its history is a bit more diverse than ... more

Mar 22, 2017 11:31 AM Mixology

St. Patrick’s Day has (unfortunately) already passed, but there’s no reason you can’t spend the whole month celebrating, and what better way to celebrate than by attending an Irish-themed play? This weekend, the Mars Theatre District in ... more

Mar 22, 2017 11:31 AM News & Notes

New Year’s is arguably one of the most exciting yearly celebrations regardless of your culture. Here in America, New Year’s celebrations only last for 24 hours. However, for people of Iranian/Persian cultures, the New Year’s celebration, Nowruz ... more

Mar 15, 2017 11:12 AM The Bowl

The Belle Hollows, an acoustic folk group who recently released their first album, Miller’s Creek, are not strangers when it comes to performing together. The trio, which consists of siblings Rachel and Jeremy Johnson, and Robert Phaneuf ... more

Mar 15, 2017 11:12 AM News & Notes

The discovery of a box of letters exchanged between his parents while his father was in prison unravels a dark and confusing past that J. Ronald M. York details in his first book, “Kept in the Dark”. This Saturday, York will be stopping by ... more

Mar 8, 2017 11:46 AM News & Notes

Beginning on Wednesday, the Jewish Film Series is back in full swing for the tenth year in a row. The Jewish Cultural Center has been devoted to showing the best-quality Jewish films, and this year’s schedule for the series is no exception. more

Mar 8, 2017 11:46 AM News & Notes

When you walk into the top floor of the Ocean Journey building in the Tennessee Aquarium, you’ll be transported into the rainforests of Madagascar, where you’ll be able to view the most endangered mammals on the planet: Lemurs. more

Mar 1, 2017 11:16 AM The Bowl

If you’re looking for an opportunity to get your groove on this weekend, then look no further than Clyde’s on Main. Permagroove, a rocking band hailing from Fort Payne, is going to be stopping by on Friday at 10 p.m. in support of their regional ... more

Mar 1, 2017 11:16 AM News & Notes

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