Dea Lisica

Chattanooga is a veteran of revitalization, transforming from the “dirtiest city in America” in 1969 to one of “The 45 Places to Go” in the world in 2012. Read more

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According to Bird, Run Chattanooga’s goal with everything they do, “is to build community, connecting people who may not cross paths otherwise, and make our city a more positive and healthy place to live.” Read more

The Bowl

For friends or family who want to cheer you from the sidelines, a vendors’ expo area and Rolling J’s Mobile Bistro will keep them entertained and fed while they wait for you to sprint through the transition area. Read more

The Bowl

A form of modern-day slavery, human trafficking uses force, fraud or coercion to exploit victims for the purpose of commercial sex, debt bondage, or forced labor. Read more

Between The Bridges

You and Fido can start the celebrations early by joining DOGood Chattanooga’s 5th annual St. PAWtrick’s Day Walk and Yappy Hour on Saturday, Mar. 15, in support of “keeping Chattanooga clean, green, and dog friendly.” Read more

The Bowl

Whether you’re a foodaholic, musicaholic, shopaholic or some combination thereof, Taste offers something for you in the spirit of supporting a good cause—a party with a purpose. Read more

News & Notes

The bands battling for your votes are Double Trouble, Bluegrass Pharaohs, Dr. Brent Sanders, BandAnna, Pump Daddies and Still Runnin.’ To maintain order, Dr. Mark “Breezy” Brzezienski will emcee the event. Read more

City Life

The goal is raising $20,000 to help MBBC bring their building up to code and add patron requests such as lighting for the parking lot and a wood patio for overcrowding. Read more

City Life

Liza Blair, Arts Manager at Creative Discovery Museum, describes the event as “a special time for families to celebrate a cultural tradition while engaging in a rich and colorful arts experience.” Read more

City Life

With the release this past June of the fourth book in his planned ten-book series, “Luke Banderloft and the War Orphan’s Army”, Perry’s story of Banderloft is in full swing. Read more

City Life

On Jan. 17 from 6 – 9 p.m., Townsend Atelier will again open their doors to the public for a “throw down” between visiting artist Lisa Gloria and local artist Cindy Procious... Read more

City Life

"For her, the choice to wear the hijab was a decision to embrace her beliefs, regardless of the prejudice that the visibility of her religion brings her.” Read more

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