Leith Tigges

  • Hope After Genocide

    Henderson speaks fondly of Sister Rosemary, calling her “an incredible woman—strong, fearless and down-to-earth, with a great sense of humor.” Her fearlessness is evident in the triumphant stories of her brave stand-offs with Kony’s soldiers. more »

    May 1, 2014 News, Views, Rants, Raves

  • Free the Art, Man!

    On April 19, at noon a production party will take place at Artifact, 1080B Duncan Avenue. Create art to share with the community and participate in workshops featuring techniques like stencil-making and hot branding. more »

    Apr 17, 2014 News & Notes

  • A New Face on McCallie

    Phase One of the project will feature local artists Hollie Berry, Miki Boni, Anna Carll, Jarred Green and Ali Kay to paint creative murals along the McCallie Avenue Corridor. more »

    Apr 10, 2014 News & Notes

  • Art, Automatic and Manual

    Look out, America…Art Cars are crossing the nation, heading for Chattanooga and the 3rd annual Scenic City Art Car Weekend. more »

    Apr 3, 2014 , News & Notes

  • Putting Our Music Scene Front and Center

    After the acoustic acts, the night’s lineup will continue with a performance by Hazes and Gorgeous and Monomath. Beer will be provided by Chattanooga Brewing Company and Lindsay Street Music Hall will provide liquor. more »

    Mar 27, 2014 News & Notes

  • Singled Out by Singletracks

    Latest developments include an expansion of trails and overall park maintenance, thanks to Friends of Stringer’s Ridge and volunteer groups within Chattanooga. more »

    Mar 13, 2014 The Bowl

  • Bounce Time

    The park, although just opened, is already extremely popular among Chattanooga residents. It’s garnered more than 1,700 likes to its Facebook page and rave reviews after only being open for a matter of days. more »

    Mar 6, 2014 The Bowl

  • Needling Allowed

    Based on the National Acupuncture Detoxification Protocol, the workshop consists of targeting two-to-five designated acu-points in each ear, a method known to relieve stress, reduce anxiety and improve sleeping habits. more »

    Feb 27, 2014 Beginnings

  • “Belly Up!” to This Bar

    While most of the Pickle Barrel’s renovation details have been kept secret for the upcoming (and currently unannounced) episode premiere, the spot has now reopened after being shut down for several days during filming. more »

    Feb 20, 2014 Beginnings

  • Love's Uphill Ride

    As one of Chattanooga’s oldest and most popular attractions for both visitors and residents, the Chattanooga Incline Railway is open daily. After undergoing recent repairs, the Incline is now ready and open for business for the upcoming warmer months more »

    Feb 14, 2014 Beginnings

  • Mozilla Gorilla

    The launch will shed light on funding and local support of development, experimentation and opportunities for future endeavors. Selected projects will receive up to $30,000 along with ongoing support from Mozilla. more »

    Feb 6, 2014 Beginnings