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Allan Duggar

Did you know that Radiated Tortoises can feel through their hard-outer shell, which is relatable, and that they’ll bump into you, wanting their shell scratched? Did you know the lemurs love to groom each other and that they are a matriarchy? more

Halloween Guide

So you had too good of a time this Labor Day weekend and now the work week has come back with a vengeance?  Need to thrash around a little bit and let loose some angst? This Thursday night Behold the Brave is back at JJ’s Bohemia, and they ... more

News & Notes

Encaustic painting, noun: a ridiculously cool way to paint with pigment injected beeswax that are heated and cooled to varying effects. It also has a lovely smell, but I don’t think it’s edible. This Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. the River Gallery is ... more

News & Notes

Chattanooga is a national climbing destination. We all know this by now. In a hundred-mile radius lie some of the greatest sandstone cliffs and bouldering fields on the entire east coast. What few of us have noticed is the tireless effort that ... more

Between The Bridges

Tis the time for indulging. Halloween was simply a primer for the sweet tooth season that’s upon us. Thankfully there’s a little shop right in the downtown area that’s got us covered (with sprinkles that is.) Located at the southern end of the ... more

Chow Spotlight

Octoberfest may be long gone, but Brewhaus on Frazier Avenue offers the taste of Deutschland all year around. And with the weather getting cold, few things will give you the holiday glow like sizzling bratwurst and a massive mug of hefeweizen. more

Chow Spotlight

Winter is coming my fellow Chattanoogans, and few things can make this frigid weather bearable. Warms drinks, hearty food, and lots of snow are all signs of a good winter except we’re obviously lacking with the latter. You’d have to travel far to ... more

The Bowl

Mondays don’t usually scream “get out and listen to the music”, but JJ’s Bohemia is giving us a damn good reason to kick back and let loose the hair at the start of the week. This Monday night, JJ’s will feature three artists at our favorite ... more

News & Notes

It’s easier to paint a scene of nature or take a photo of a sunset than to place a personality or character into a frame. Capturing the human spirit is a tall order for all artists. Like Faulkner once said, “This spirit, or heart at conflict, is ... more

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I think I can count on one hand how many times I’ve flown a kite. People, myself included, assume the activity is one for childhood past time. But considering the history behind kite flying and its offshoot sports, myself and others might want to ... more

The Bowl

For years now during Halloween, I’ve wanted to take my costume ideas and amp them up a notch. A face-painted Baseball Fury from The Warriors or a blood-speckled Christian Bale from American Psycho were a few ideas. But I never had the drive or ... more

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Have you been scouring through every scary movie on Netflix and have found that you still want more? Want to carpe the diem and live it up this holiday season? Then head down to Ringgold’s Haunted Depot for a terrifyingly fun time. more

Halloween Guide

For several Christmas seasons in a row I’ve thought about alternatives to repetitive, easily guessed Christmas gifts. I’ve thought that instead of buying something for someone, how about creating a gift? If you’re like me, then your fires of ... more

The Bowl

What do you get when you take easy listening pop music and recreate it with classical instruments like the cello? You get Ben Van Winkle. Primarily a cellist but versatile on many instruments, this artist has an original, upbeat sound. more

News & Notes

Want to have a great time testing your Halloween costume ideas early? Do you have a four-legged family friend that wants to dress-up too? McKamey Animal Shelter hosts their fourth annual Barktober Fest this Saturday, October 20th, and everyone ... more

Halloween Guide

Do you want an all-day party of art, food, drink, creative activities, and water balloon fights? Do you want to hoot with the night owls and get down on some electronic vibes and do all this for a great cause? This Friday, Stone Cup Café brings ... more

News & Notes

Do you want to dance your britches off down by the river like it’s the days of old? Do you want to do it for free? This Friday and Saturday night is the 12th annual 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival, and it is FREE FOR ALL. If you just give the lineup ... more

The Bowl

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, if you ask me: a time of meeting new people and learning about who they are and why they’ve just emerged from the darkness into your life, covered in blood. October’s here, and there are plenty of friends ... more

Halloween Guide

I am begging you, imploring you, to go to Barley Taphouse this Saturday night. Caney Village takes the stage, and they bring an upbeat intensity with some dank rifts. They’re pretty much King Midas in band form: they blast out lyrical gold. more

News & Notes

I don’t know if you’ve ever blown into a conch shell, but from my experience, it sounds like something between a moan and blench. While the actual shell is beautiful and glassy-smooth, the difficulty of creating a beautiful sound is tedious. more

News & Notes

The dog days of summer are over, and there are some signs of cooling weather. But before we start shoveling down pecan pie and guzzling pumpkin spices lattes, we need to take one last summer dip! This Saturday the Nature Nuts program at the ... more

The Bowl

What do you get when combine the vocals of Jack Johnson to the funky sounds of Vampire Weekend? You get Chattanooga’s own: The Afternooners. This coming Wednesday, the 26th, Songbirds South is rocking our local bands with The Afternooner’s EP ... more

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