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Written by Lucas Hnath, “The Christians” is a gripping play involving a church pastor’s overnight change of thought towards his faith, prompting a scriptural conflict between him and his congregation when he announces his newfound beliefs. Read more

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Presented by the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera, Georges Bizet’s celebrated and once-controversial tragic opera “Carmen”, a devastating story of conflicted Spanish lovers, opens this week at the Tivoli Theatre. The nineteenth-century French opera ... Read more

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Fresh off the release of their collaborative album What Is To Be Done, the distinguished ensemble of Nels Cline, Larry Ochs, and Gerald Cleaver are an unlikely trio of radical jazz improvisation. Audiences never know what to expect with this trio ... Read more

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If you’re interested in all things art, then you’ll find yourself very busy this April with the commencement of ARTBURST, a month-long collaboration of local art and events in Chattanooga. Headed by Public Art Chattanooga, Chattanooga Convention ... Read more

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There are guitar players. There are peculiar guitar players. But there’s not one guitar player who’s even as remotely peculiar as Buckethead, a 6’6” masked man who performs under an enigmatic persona while donning a chicken bucket upon his head. Read more

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Vinny Colucci is a photography veteran: he’s been peering into a viewfinder since 1979, though he started his professional work in 1995. His work primarily captures nature’s grandeur, with visually stunning images of vast landscapes and the ... Read more

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A hallmark of American literature from celebrated author John Steinbeck, the 1937 novella “Of Mice and Men” is being adapted from the written word to the dramatized stage by Back Alley Productions. Audiences will have an opportunity to see a ... Read more

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A touring member of The Doobie Brothers—a band which has seemingly never stopped touring since their inception—John Cowan rarely has a chance to shine on his own. This is a shame, since Cowan’s vocal ability and talent as a bass guitarist have ... Read more

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When walking around downtown, we rarely recognize that Chattanooga was once an idea on a drawing board, gazed upon by city planners from the past. For those planners, designing Chattanooga was undoubtedly a monumental effort in itself, but to ... Read more

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A talented and remarkable musician in his own right, Jake Shimabukuro arose to popularity through covering popular songs on YouTube. His most distinguished, a cover of The Beatles’ single “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”, has accumulated over 16 ... Read more

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Edgar Allan Poe’s life and death were undoubtedly as melancholy as the works he wrote throughout his brief forty-year existence. These works and the characters contained within them help explain why Poe’s mind was as depressive as it was, but ... Read more

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When tragedy strikes, our emotions are often momentarily fixed in an air of confusion and grief. Moving forward, we attempt to recover, but doing so can be remarkably different for each of us. For BJ Barham, tragedy would motivate the singer ... Read more

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Remember the noir film D.O.A.? No longer abbreviated, “Dead on Arrival”—based on the 1949 classic film—is being updated with a Cold War themed stage production by Back Alley Productions at The Mars Theater in Lafayette, kicking off this weekend. Read more

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Corey Smith is no stranger to Chattanooga. The country singer and proclaimed “fan-made man” has made the city a regular stop on his extensive tours across the country. He even recorded a live album at Track 29 in 2012, simply titled Live in ... Read more

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April 26, 2019

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