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Hayley Graham

"I have said these words before.” As a mother sings a rock anthem of a hauntingly real battle in her mind, audience members hear an echo of conversations they’ve held. As she deals with demons that refuse to leave her ... more

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Out for an evening stroll on the Southside, Ellen Heavilon came upon a sculptural pillar of mosaic tiles created by local homeless people called Homes, a public work by Frances McDonald, Julie Clark and ... more

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By now, you’ve likely heard of the hip new nightclub on the Southside…but what you may not know is that Bella Vita is soon to be your new favorite restaurant. more

Dining Out

A lanky 12-year-old girl swings her legs nervously in her chair, at the side of a stage where she’s illuminated by the soft twinkle of icicle lights. She looks around with apprehension as the lights dim and a group of ... more

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Her voice is as big as her personality—and it’s a personality that can fill a football stadium. She’s larger than life, boisterous, no-nonsense and wildly talented. more

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Now is typically time for creating resolutions for the new year, ranging from “learning to balance a checkbook” to “trying not to insult my in-laws.” But the most common resolutions involve losing weight ... more

Cover Story

The turkey’s been eaten and the Best Buy camp-outs are past, officially marking the start of the most wonderful time of the year. more

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Marcus Ellsworth commands attention the moment he walks into a room. He is not bombastic or over-the-top, but when he steps forward and speaks, you listen. more

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My father volunteered weekly for Room at the Inn. I would sometimes come along in to help feed those who came to share in a hot meal. I remember that, even as a child, I felt a great sense of sympathy ... more

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Sculptor John Henry has a dream for Chattanooga—and slowly but surely that dream is coming to fruition. “I think you can say that this is no longer a dream, you know, it’s very much a reality and we’re just taking the steps ... more

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Upon moving to Chattanooga many moons ago, I was struck most by the arts culture here and knew that I wanted to be a part of it. Fortunately for me, I quickly auditioned for and was cast in a local production. more

Cover Story

“Not only is it a great evening of art, which can be bid on during the silent auction, food, wine and great company, it’s a chance to support the community.” more

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The audience will be invited to sit either in general seating or the cabaret tables, giving them an opportunity to engage with the show in a much more intimate way. more

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“These people may be ‘local’, but the work can hold its own in any major market. If anything, the local aspect simply makes them much more human and relatable.” more

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It seems intimidating: The bright lights lining the marquee, the grand hall, and a proscenium stage filled with impeccably dressed instrumentalists playing classical music. more

Arts

But what about the novice painter, sculptor, printmaker? How do they create a body of work with a depth beyond their present experience? more

Cover Story

“So many new movements and styles grew out of the tumult of the 20th century, and these works reflect that diversity.” more

Cover Story

Montague Park, donated to the city by the Montague family in 1911, had fallen into disrepair over the years. “When we moved in, it was a dumping ground…you couldn’t walk in there. It was like a jungle,” Henry says. more

Arts

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Sunday

December 16, 2018

Monday

December 17, 2018

Tuesday

December 18, 2018

Wednesday

December 19, 2018

Thursday

December 20, 2018

Friday

December 21, 2018

Saturday

December 22, 2018