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The oldest things in “Thrill After Thrill: 30 Years of Wayne White,” opening Friday at the Hunter Museum, are White’s comic books, created during his New York years. One of them, “Bad News,” is a story based on his boyhood in Hixson. more

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"There is a very large community of people of faith that supports this measure.” more

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Second year of AVA film project looking for filmmakers, editors and musicians more

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Listening to the six-member vocal ensemble Heinavanker, you are struck first by how gorgeously the voices blend—“angelic” is not an overstatement. Second, you are awed that only six voices can create so much musical power. more

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For a quarter of a century, Bob Corker has been in the public eye. Notably, he’s been in the national public eye almost constantly during the past few months. In 1994, at age 41, he launched his first campaign for U.S. Senate, and was defeated in ... more

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“Unsung genius.” That phrase comes up a lot in reviews of Detroit saxophonist Skeeter Shelton, who plays a one-night gig at Barking Legs Jan. 24 alongside Spectrum 2 and bassist Joel Peterson. “Skeeter is probably the heaviest saxophonist in ... more

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As the story goes, a Cherokee chief saw a fawn rising from its bed at dawn. Following the custom of naming a newborn after the first thing seen after its birth, the chief named his baby son “Rising Fawn”. It’s a lovely and true story, and Rising ... more

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Glorious voices lifting music from throughout the centuries to the rafters of one of Chattanooga’s most beautiful churches—what could celebrate the spirit of the season better? Boston-based female choral ensemble Tapestry comes to St. Paul’s ... more

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Mobile, Alabama was founded by the French in 1702. So, it has more than three centuries of culture and tradition to uphold—and tradition still maintains a strong hold on this Gulf Coast city. But like many mid-sized Southern cities (our own ... more

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The exquisite blending of human voices—without instrumental accompaniment—began to fascinate The Tallis Scholars founder Peter Phillips when he was just a teenager. His interest continued during his college years at England’s Winchester College ... more

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Same day, two headlines: “Moonlight Wins at Oscars” (AP) and “Tennessee has declared war on same-sex families: Inside the legislation that would eradicate nearly all rights for LGBT couples” (salon.com). Hundreds of millions of people in 225 ... more

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You won’t find a more lovely and illuminating way to celebrate the season than an evening with Eya: Ensemble for Medieval Music. The three-woman group will fill downtown’s St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Dec. 13 ... more

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Well-known local artist Matt Dutton couldn’t resist. When the idea of the year-long Wayne-O-Rama celebration of all things Wayne White surfaced, Dutton signed on to help. “I’ve had this project on my ... more

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Picture a gorgeous Sonoma Valley day, you on a bike, leisurely making your way from wonderful winery to wonderful winery. Sound appealing? Then Healdsburg, Calif. needs to be on your vacation ... more

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Ready to dig some Wayne White? The year-long celebration of Hixson native Wayne White’s work, Wayne-O-Rama, kicks off this Saturday at Glass House LIVE 2016. The incubation ... more

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Door County, Wisconsin and the great Russian playwright Anton Chekov have a couple of things in common: cherry orchards and theatre. When Chekov wrote, “Don’t you see that from every cherry tree in the orchard ... more

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We all know them. The people who roll their eyes at meals and make comments like, “You’re eating white sugar? Don’t you know that’s poison?” Or, “OMG, you so have to start eating clean.” more

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In November 2014, the Koch Foods chicken processing plant in downtown Chattanooga denied reports that an undercover video made by Mercy For Animals showed chickens being scalded alive and shackled ... more

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The second day after I moved to Chattanooga in 2006, I was walking across the Walnut Street Bridge with the Chattanooga Cares “Strides of March.” My dear friend Dr. Rick Pimental-Habib had signed us up for the event. more

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They examined the masks of Egyptian pharaohs and the exquisite bronze heads cast in the Empire of Benin. And from these, a group of 14 teens, ages 13-16 from East Chattanooga drew inspiration to create images of their ... more

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For many years now, the performing arts community has been doing a lot of hand-wringing. What will “save” live theatre, opera, classical music and dance in an iEra? Are they doomed to dwindle ... more

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If Shakespeare were alive and writing today, he’d be a rapper. Both Q Brothers, JQ and GQ, are convinced that the Bard, lyric poet but savvy man of his times, would use his gifts for melodic verse in a form that suits with the 21st century. more

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Crack! One swing of the bat, and one of the most successful baseball franchises in history—the St. Louis Cardinals—has tied up the game. Well, the Cards didn’t make it to the World Series this year, and won’t be ... more

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