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Austin M. Hooks

The funniest, most likable, avant-garde comedian to ever crash the scenic city: Preacher Lawson. A stand-up comedian who gained fame on America’s Got Talent in 2017, Lawson has several degrees in wit, imitation, and the best of all, a riotous ... more

The Bowl

Artburst, a city-wide explosion of color in April, ends this weekend as ART 120 presents the “Art Car Tailgate Party and Cruise-In.” All month long we’ve enjoyed festivals, sculpture burnings, and an array of visuals artists. Now, you’re invited ... more

News & Notes

Starting out in 2004 as a star-struck duo known as My Other Face, the now four-piece band Deer Tick is five records into an affluent music career. Frontman John Joseph McCauley concocted the name after finding a deer tick on the back of his head ... more

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This year, as we celebrate Earth Day, let’s enjoy nature for what we’ve made it, not what it is. Each year, since 1970, people all over the world host events designed to celebrate the life-giving planet we call home. The celebration of Earth Day ... more

City Life

The Comedy Catch hosts the special event, “Brunch with Queens” this Saturday, beginning at 11 a.m., with is a full brunch buffet featuring the most gorgeous and entertaining drag queens that Chattanooga has to offer. A morning of comedy, drag ... more

The Bowl

Have you ever wondered where that spiraling, steel fence in front of the Hunter Museum of American Art came from? Well, it just so happens to be the masterful craftsmanship of sculptor Albert Paley. A metalsmith from New York, famous for crafting ... more

News & Notes

Rapper Froggy Fresh, formerly known as Krispy Kreme, is still hot and on tour. Performing at Songbird Stages this Thursday, Froggy Fresh is a hip-hop based musician, originally from Michigan, by the name of Tyler Stephen Cassidy. more

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SPOT Venue presents “Celebrations: A Community Collaboration” this Friday. Experience over 30 artists committed to sharing all the major art groups: music, dance, acting, and painting. Sponsored by ArtsBuild and Chattanooga Brewing Co., the event ... more

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This Saturday is the Great Adult Egg Hunt event hosted by The Chattery. Yes, an egg hunt for us grown-ups. As a nonprofit, The Chattery is committed to bettering our community through educational workshops and events, and the Adult Egg Hunt is an ... more

The Bowl

DJ Passé, French for “gone by” or “past”, is the alter ego of local musician Lon Eldridge. As a man self-described as a “ragtime raconteur, gramophone guru, and mustachioed marauder of the moth-eaten,” DJ Passé is someone to look forward to ... more

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Back in 1990, “Dancing at Lughnasa”, a play by Irish dramatist Brian Friel, met the stage for the first time. Now it is coming to Barking Legs Theater this weekend, and has lost none of its impact or power over the past three decades. more

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At the time, let’s say the 1800’s to the 1860’s, cocktails were generally considered a morning drink. In other words, “a hair of the dog that bit you.” Much like morphine and other misunderstood chemicals at the time, alcohol was, namely, (and ... more

Mixology

The Shamrock Society is hosting Chattanooga’s 5th Annual St. Chatty’s Day Parade. The proceeds will help fund Chattnaooga's Kids on the Block, an educational service for children that uses the magic of puppetry to communicate social concerns and ... more

The Bowl

Matisyahu, the “King without a Crown”, is a Jewish American beatboxing, alternative rock musician. Matisyahu, meaning “Gift of God”, hails from West Chester, PA and is known for blending Orthodox Jewish elements with his reggae vocals. more

News & Notes

Ruby Falls is raising awareness for the American Heart Association (AHA) and Go Red for Women (GRFW) by pledging 100 million steps by both its staff and visitors for the month of March. The event has subsequently been dubbed a “Million Steps in ... more

The Bowl

Eleven artists showcase their artwork and multitude of talent at Artists on the Loose in Chattanooga’s Southside District this Friday. This visual arts display promotes enthusiast and collectors from all over the region to keep beauty in their ... more

News & Notes

John Carroll, a Nashville based musician, is performing at Chattanooga’s Moccasin Bend Brewing Co. this Friday. His most recent EP, Paper Boats, showcases his uniquely upbeat yet somber and folky habits. An acoustic guitarist with a pop, folk ... more

News & Notes

Wally’s Friends Spay/Neuter Clinic and Fire Station #1 share a common goal: save the homeless and lost pets of America. As it turns out, our local firefighters are just as committed to saving our furry friends as you or me. more

The Bowl

The historic Mars Theatre is hosting Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, as presented by Back Alley Productions. An evening of action and romance awaits you, yet time is of the essence. With only three shows left, February 16-18, the opportunity is ... more

News & Notes

The Bessie Smith Cultural Center is celebrating the spirit of Black History Month with the “Bessie’s Big 9 Revue Valentine’s Show.” The event is highlighted by the musical performance of the Eric Essix Move Trio with featured singer, Courtney Reid. more

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