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Kristina Kelly

She’ll be comin’ round the mountain… for this year’s Boxcar Pinion Memorial Bluegrass Festival. The three-day festival is Thursday, April 30 through Saturday, May 2. Get ready for some world-class fiddlin’ and pickin’. more

News & Notes

Even though these babies can’t walk yet, you should come march for them. The March for Babies event is Saturday, April 25 at the Tennessee Riverpark, 4301 Amnicola Hwy. March for Babies is a fundraising walk ... more

City Life

Beer, food, rock climbing, and music…come join the party at the Castle Rock Bash! more

The Bowl

“Die Fledermaus” is a comic operetta where all the characters deceive the others in order to get to a party. It is family-friendly, a laugh for all ages and set to the classic strains of Strauss. more

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With black leather jackets, silver chains, and plenty of hair gel, the rockers of Hinder are ready to roll. The band will perform at Rhythm & Brews on Thursday, April 16. more

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Humans give jewelry and flowers to woo their mate. Penguins give…rocks. more

The Bowl

Philip Laszlo’s artwork truly embodies the phrase, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” This artist takes vibrant, abstract photographs of trash in landfills to symbolize the forgotten and discarded. more

News & Notes

Fear not! Dangermuffin provides audiences with invigorating music—not threatening pastries. This roots rock trio plays music to enhance the soul and enrich the mind. more

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School without art is just black and white. Art 120 wants to bring color back to schools and support children’s creative expression. more

The Bowl

The Black Lillies originated in Knoxville, but their roots are planted in their music—which keeps them touring on the road. This Friday at 8 p.m., The Black Lillies are performing at The Camp House. more

News & Notes

Don’t plan to stay in bed all day Saturday...the Chattanooga River Market is back this week on March 21. It’ll give you an explosion of culture and relaxation so powerful you won’t want to sleep in ever again. more

The Bowl

Aspiring (and professional) photographers will not want to miss out on Foto at the Falls this Saturday. Ruby Falls’ new tour designed especially for photo enthusiasts allows you to focus your lens and set up ... more

The Bowl

Disco is not dead! Learn the Hustle at this month’s USA Dance group lesson at Brainerd United Methodist Church on Friday, Mar. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the gym, located at 4315 Brainerd Rd. more

News & Notes

Get your Yellow Submarine ready. Chattanooga’s most popular (and perhaps only) Beatles cover band is playing at The Foundry Lounge at the Chattanoogan Hotel Friday and Saturday, Mar. 6 and 7. more

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If you are a supporter of local artists, if you are passionate about the prevention of HIV/AIDS, or if you are looking for a unique source of uncensored entertainment this Friday night, come on out to Barking Legs Theater ... more

The Bowl

Lose yourself in Morgan Freeman’s smooth voice and discover the mesmerizing life of lemurs as the Academy Award-winner narrates the new documentary in IMAX 3D, “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar.” more

News & Notes

Tribute band The Breakfast Club back at Rhythm & Brews more

News & Notes

Want to help in the worldwide effort to save bees? Learn the basics of beekeeping at Crabtree Farms this Saturday, Feb. 21. more

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Grab your water bottle and get ready to sweat: UTC’s third annual Zumbathon charity event is on Tuesday, Feb. 24, benefiting the American Heart Association. more

The Bowl

Young Entrepreneurs Across America has come to Tennessee for the first time in history, choosing Chattanooga as a source for entrepreneurial growth…and a fresh coat of paint. more

City Life

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