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Director John Waters, Baltimore’s “Prince of Puke”, has a well-earned reputation for putting some of the strangest—and most distasteful—images ever seen on screen. And now the folks behind the Sunday Slashers film series present a ... Read more

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Opera is a funny thing. Opera is an art form that either sinks into your soul and wraps around your heart or simply leaves you unmoved and unsure what all the fuss is about. If you are new to opera, or simply willing to try something new and find ... Read more

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For years, Chattanooga film lovers didn’t have a lot of options beyond a few local theaters showing the latest Hollywood offering for a few weeks or so. But like so many other things that have improved culturally in our fair city, movie lovers ... Read more

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A lot has been written over the years about one of the most recognizable film stars of all time, Audrey Hepburn. And deservedly so, as Hepburn was a rare combination of talent, beauty, perseverance, grace, and charity. Read more

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One of the newest hotels to grace downtown is The Moxy, which has focused on being much more than just a place to stay. They’ve made it a point to celebrate everything that makes downtown a destination for both visitors and locals alike. Read more

The Bowl

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, this weekend offers two very different cinematic takes on love and music. This Saturday at 12:55 p.m., The Met: Live in HD comes to East Ridge 18 and Hamilton Place 8 with the classic opera, Carmen. Read more

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For years now, one of the most unique art galleries on the Southside has been the H*Art Gallery. Their extended mission is to supply art materials and mentoring classes to artists impacted by homelessness, mental and physical disabilities, and ... Read more

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Sometimes, anime strips a story down to its emotional and narrative bones, and does it beautifully. A Silent Voice is one such film, a moving bildungsroman that uses vivid characters and beautiful animation to showcase the struggles of adolescence. Read more

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Songbirds North, in the Choo Choo Entertainment Complex, has been bringing a wide variety of performers to town since they opened in 2017. This Friday evening is no exception, as Caitlin Canty and the Oshima Brothers headline a night of original ... Read more

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Back by popular demand, Academy Award winner Peter Jackson’s poignant and astonishing WWI documentary They Shall Not Grow Old returns to theaters for a one-day screening this Monday. The acclaimed documentary is an extraordinary look at the ... Read more

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Once there was a group of local writers. They wrote in different genres. They wrote in different styles. They were very different in age, experience, political outlook, and their stance on the Oxford comma. But they were all writers. And they ... Read more

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It’s a lush valentine for your eyes and ears—18th-century passion set in a working replica of a Baroque theater. For the first time at the Met, soprano Anna Netrebko sings the title role of Adriana Lecouvreur, the great French actress in love ... Read more

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Here in the pages of The Pulse, we write a lot of about music, especially the local music scene. The bands, the performances, the new albums, and so forth. Each week, we learn together about how vibrant the local scene is, and trust me when I ... Read more

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It's a classic theme in cinema: A psychic middle school boy tries to live a normal life and keep his growing powers under control, even though he constantly gets into trouble. Okay, so maybe it's not such a classic theme, but for millions of fans ... Read more

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For several generations, nothing says Christmas quite like watching the creations of Jim Henson. The genius behind Sesame Street and The Muppets has created a number of holiday classics. And this Sunday, you can head over to either East Ridge 18 ... Read more

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We write a lot about film here in The Pulse, mainly because we love movies. So it’s always cool when we learn of a local filmmaker getting some national attention. Like Chattanooga’s own Morgan Capps, whose first feature film is playing in movie ... Read more

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Forty years ago, superhero movies were not the dominant box office force they are today. In fact, they were just about the complete opposite. In the 1970’s, superheroes were relegated to the brightly colored (and poorly animated) television ... Read more

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For fans of Japanese animation—known simply as anime—there has long been one studio that has produced some of the most popular, entertaining, and enduring film works throughout their history: Studio Ghibli. In a special three-day engagement ... Read more

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Every year around this time, various media sites start ranking the “best” holiday movies of all time. Certain films always make the list: It’s A Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street, A Christmas Carol, and the perennial television marathon of A ... Read more

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Sometimes life has a way of sneaking up on you. One minute you’re grooving out in the theater to the camp classic Mamma Mia! and then the next thing you know a decade has passed you by. That said, the closest thing we have to a real time machine ... Read more

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Radio Birdman may just be the greatest band you've never heard of. Australia's pioneers of the underground music scene changed lives with their absolute commitment to their art and do-it-yourself attitude—and their influence is still felt today. Read more

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CoPAC and the Shaking Ray Levi Society are bringing an amazing documentary to town next Thursday, Oct, 25th, to the Barking Legs Theater. Milford Graves Full Mantis is the first ever feature-length portrait of renowned percussionist Milford ... Read more

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Off and on for the past fifty years, one of the longest-running and most beloved science fiction television series has been Doctor Who. First launched by the BBC as a children’s educational program, the show quickly morphed into something much ... Read more

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February 18, 2019

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February 19, 2019

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February 20, 2019

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February 21, 2019

Friday

February 22, 2019

Saturday

February 23, 2019

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February 24, 2019