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There aren’t many things as surprising as taking a photo and realizing you captured the image of a spirit or ghost. But finding out that your business headquarters of 9+ years has to be torn down is a close second. Chattanooga Ghost Tours ... Read more

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Project Motion, the student dance company of the Center for Creative Arts, will be performing in “Symphony in Motion” this Thursday and Friday at 7 p.m. in the Center for Creative Arts auditorium. “Symphony in Motion” is a dance and musical ... Read more

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Lucid Tales Productions will host “Lucid Visions, An Art Show” this Friday at The Edney, starting at 7 p.m. Lucid Visions is an art show that will feature local artists, and will also stream the newly released album, Rainy Season by Chance McDaniel. Read more

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The Weeks are a high-energy rock and roll band that has an immense amount of stage presence. This dynamic group will be showing off their polished musical skills and solid vocals from lead singer Cyle Barnes. After forming the band with his twin ... Read more

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James Bond was wrong, and clearly this is the reason he was never part of the Fake Secret Martini Society (FSMS). I made up the FSMS, so I’m allowed to say that. There is one error that Bond always committed: he always had his martini shaken and ... Read more

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All My Sons is a deeply realistic portrayal of the American family, which will be performed by the Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga (ETC). All My Sons is a play written by Arthur Miller, a playwright who is known for his portrayals of grief ... Read more

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Events don’t get much more unique than this one. Mind on Heaven is a nearly indefinable event that will bring together many different art mediums, and is described as, “part documentary, part conjuring, and part performance art.” Read more

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The Everyone East Lake Festival is back and bigger than ever. This Saturday starting at 1 p.m., the East Lake Neighborhood Association will be hosting a festival that has something enjoyable for attendees of all ages including a soccer tournament ... Read more

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The precise, power, and passion of the Chattanooga Ballet will be on full display this Thursday at the William L. Montague Jr. Center for Dance. Starting at 6:30 p.m., the Chattanooga Ballet will put on An Evening in Havana. Read more

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Harvested by hand, and then roasted in pits dug underground. Yes, those are the first two steps in the production of artisanal mezcal. Mezcal is made from all types of agave plants native to Mexico, and is usually produced in Oaxaca, Mexico. Read more

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When listening to Emily Scott Robinson I got chill-you-to-the-bone chills thanks in part to her piercingly beautiful voice that cut right through me, and each powerful lyric that told me something about myself while opening a small window into ... Read more

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This is what we love seeing in Chattanooga. With the current state of our country there are many people being targeted, and feeling unsafe because of their beliefs. The Mercy Junction Justice and Peace Center has decided to organize a group of ... Read more

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The Dwell Hotel will be hosting an intimate Regina James Fashion showcase this Sunday with a runway show previewing the 2017 Spring/Summer collection by designer Veatrice Conley. The Respect the Runway: A Showcase of Regina James Fashion Show ... Read more

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Walking into the Songbirds museum instantly inserts you into a never-ending story. The art, the history, and the vast memories and stories attached to each guitar is breathtaking. The intertwining of art, history, and stories may not be what you ... Read more

Between The Bridges

They’re at it again. The Hunter Museum of American Art, which is known for putting on both fun and interesting events, has decided to put on their second round of Casting The Canvas performances, this Thursday, starting at 6 p.m. Read more

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One of the hardest things about diving into the unique, historical, and cultural realm of red wine is wondering where to start. It may seem a bit overwhelming, but as someone who recently immersed themselves in the unique world of wine, I can ... Read more

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The Motown musical spirit has made its way to Lookout Mountain courtesy of Gino Fanelli. With a self-described style of “1930’s New Orleans party jazz”, this formerly Detroit based guitarist has a cool on stage demeanor that is sure to fit right ... Read more

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Artists will be putting their emotions and intimate stories on display during the opening reception of “For Your Eyes Only.” This Friday, starting at 5:30 p.m., the Association for Visual Arts will be kicking off the start of its nearly two-month ... Read more

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Pamela K Ward and The Last Call Orchestra will be lighting up the stage at Puckett’s Grocery and Restaurant this Friday at 9 p.m. They are an electrifying country rock band that is sure to get the crowd on their feet. With a unique sax-infused ... Read more

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Wally’s Friends are imploring others to do their part in helping stop Chattanooga’s pet overpopulation. This Tuesday at 6 p.m. at The Venue Chattanooga, Wally’s Friends will be hosting their most popular annual fundraiser, Spay-ghetti No Meatballs. Read more

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