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Rachael Poe

As summer draws to a close, parents across Hamilton County are preparing to send their children back to school—but in a school district that still allows corporal punishment, what type of environment will these students ... Read more

Cover Story

“​It is difficult for a woman to define her feelings in a language chiefly made by men to express theirs.” So declares the bold and independent Bathsheba Everdene in Thomas Vinterberg’s film adaptation ... Read more

Reviews

Walking through the Southside on Saturday night, don’t be surprised if you come across a Munchkin, a Cowardly Lion, or a little girl wearing ruby red slippers. Read more

Features

For the past 14 years, the 4 Bridges Arts Festival has kicked off spring in Chattanooga. This year, the 15th installment of Chattanooga’s premier arts festival will begin this Saturday, April 11 at the First Tennessee Pavilion. Read more

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For the past 65 years, various cities throughout the Southeast have hosted the Southeastern Theatre Conference’s annual convention—and this week, Chattanooga is hosting the 66th. Read more

Features

Alice’s caterpillar would be in heaven in this hangout Read more

Business Briefs

In 1972, three young people came together in Paris: Andres Bossard, Bernie Schürch, and Floriana Frassetto. Each had unique experience in the performing arts, and they decided to create a new form of ... Read more

Features

"See if you can tell the difference between these two coffees.” After staring blankly at the two glasses of freshly brewed coffee before me, I protested, claimed ignorance ... Read more

Cover Story

“A Christmas Story: The Musical!” is back by popular demand at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre this holiday season. Read more

News & Notes

This holiday season, treat yourself and your family to a drive-through Christmas light show at Camp Jordan Park in East Ridge. Read more

Business Briefs

On Friday, a new exhibit featuring photography from the New York Times Magazine opens at the Hunter. For over 30 years, the magazine has featured a wide variety of photographic work... Read more

News & Notes

In Bertolt Brecht’s play “The Good Person of Setzuan,” three gods come to Earth in search of a good person. When they only find one—a woman who cannot say no to her selfish neighbors—the gods reward the woman’s kindness. Read more

News & Notes

The Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga (ETC) has demonstrated a commitment to develop and present new plays and musicals. “Colonel Pilate”—the latest incarnation of that commitment—debuts on Thursday, Nov. 13. Read more

News & Notes

Legend says the origins of amaretto date back to the Italian Renaissance. In 1525, Bernardino Luini, one of Leonardo da Vinci’s pupils, was commissioned to paint a series of frescoes featuring the Madonna ... Read more

Mixology

What inspires artists to create what they create? In each case, the answer is different, but in the case of the exhibit opening Friday at the Northshore Gallery of Contemporary Art, a theme has emerged. Read more

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Roald Dahl grew up in the Buckinghamshire countryside, and that place figures in a number of his children’s stories, including “Fantastic Mr. Fox.” The stage version of this story opens at 7:30 p.m. on Friday ... Read more

News & Notes

No, no. Not that kind of shrubbery. I’m talking about the kind of shrub that you can drink. Read more

Mixology

With over 2,000 boats racing over two days, the Head of the Chattahoochee (or Head of the Hooch for short) is one of the world’s largest rowing regattas. This year, on Nov. 1 and 2, Head of the Hooch will celebrate its 10th year in Chattanooga. Read more

The Bowl

Drop by the River Gallery this November to see “Self-Reflection,” an exhibit featuring the work of three artists who explore the self in their bodies of work. Read more

News & Notes

As Chattanooga exchanges the heat of summer for the cool breezes and rich colors of autumn, what could be better than capturing the changing season on canvas? Townsend Atelier is offering an intensive two-day workshop ... Read more

News & Notes

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