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Giannasi said it’s going to be a whole new experience, with brewers trying to show off all the coolest things about different flavors of beer, or “all that weird stuff not typical of other beer festivals,” Read more

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Art Cars meet at intersection of pop culture and pop art during annual party, parade and ball. Read more


The student press in Chattanooga is alive and well, but it has cooled and struggles to connect with an audience awash in social media. Read more

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Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Chattanooga Area is encouraging you to take gently used household items and building materials to the their sixth annual ReStore Donation Drive from April 6 to 27. Read more

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Do you like beer? Yes? Good. We do, too, so why not celebrate it by drinking a nice variety during the launch of the inaugural Chattanooga Craft Beer Fest on April 20 at the First Tennessee Pavilion. Read more

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Heads up, all you young (and old) Hemingways, Fitzgeralds and Bradburys, the Chattanooga Writers Guild 2013 Flash Fiction Contest is upon us. Read more

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The annual summer musical festival plans to reduce its reliance on electrical power by introducing a 50-kilowatt solar system to aid in providing approximately 20 percent of its needs. Read more

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Bonnanooga? Not exactly, but The Friends of the Cumberland Trail are presenting an Appalachian-themed music festival at the Tivoli Theatre on Friday, March 22, that could also be known as the Bonnaroo of Mountain Music. Read more

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“Rise Chattanooga” will feature hundreds of ladders borrowed from arts-minded donors in the project, which began on Feb. 9 and continues until Saturday, Feb. 23. Read more

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Chattanooga Public Library director Corinne Hill literally trekked up the Hill—Capitol Hill, that is—last week as the city’s representative to the Federal Communication Commission’s Broadband Summit. Read more

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The Chattanooga Hamilton County NCAAP will hold its seventh annual poetry/spoken word event, “Black Ink: Excellence in Expression” from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16... Read more

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As a part of a 10-week program sponsored by Mark Making, a Chattanooga arts organization that focuses on the underserved, inmates received art classes that culminated with inmates revealing a 400-foot mural... Read more

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The seventh annual Reel Rock 7 Film Tour has been selling out theaters across the country and is coming to the UTC’s University Center auditorium Friday, Feb. 15, as a benefit event for the Southern Climbers Coalition. Read more

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The Pulse dispatched its crop of fresh Spring interns to report on the vibe of Chattanooga’s downtown coffeehouses. Be sure and check out the behind the scenes video on how coffee art is created at Camp House Espresso. Read more

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Vans Custom Culture is a competition between high schools across the country to see which school can produce the most creatively designed shoe. The prize? Not a lifetime supply of Vans (unfortunately) but $50,000 for the school’s art program. Read more

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Chattanooga's Department of Education, Arts & Culture is reaching out to local artists in the community to showcase visual and two-dimensional pieces of art for the Emerging Artist Exhibit 2013 as a part of EAC’s Art in Nontraditional Spaces. Read more

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