Shaun Webster

The sounds and rhythms of traditional rock n’ roll are not uncommon at Barking Legs Theater. This time, though, a music partner will accompany it: folk music. Read more

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Nestled in a shallow valley and surrounded by a handful of bigger-name cities, Chattanooga was for years something of a secret. A change of infrastructure and heart has been essential in cleaning up the streets ... Read more

Between The Bridges

Businesses come and go. So do fads in art. But good businesses and good art—well, that’s another easel altogether. For more than 25 years, The Association For Visual Arts studio has been showcasing the work of ... Read more

News & Notes

Like any growing city, Chattanooga still has a few bumps and bruises that require attention. Fortunately, The Noog can lean on the good work provided by United Way, an organization that has been helping build a stronger ... Read more

The Bowl

On July 17, under the bright Friday night lights, Atlanta-based rapper Johnny Cinco brings his brash and unapologetic sound to Chattanooga’s Tivoli Theatre. Read more

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Admit it. We’ve all watched “American Idol” and laughed at the bizarre acts that fall painfully flat, and cried at those who surprise us with their ability to keep their nerve, hold back the waterworks and sing gracefully despite a parentless past. Read more

The Bowl

For blues enthusiasts, Chattanooga offers a handful of choice events and venues on any given night. Much of the time, Yattie Westfield is involved. Read more

News & Notes

Cue the fireworks, the star-spangled songs, the overly patriotic tank tops and T-shirts and, for the more sophisticated partygoers…the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera. That’s right. You guessed it. Read more

The Bowl

Art can be a little intimidating. We’ve all stood in a gallery, nodded our heads at a portrait of an obscure Victorian figurehead or a canvas of splattered paint and pretended to understand what it means to avoid looking like ... Read more

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soCro has managed to generate a bit of a cult following here in his hometown. With influences that include Chattanooga, cheap beer and bikinis, his live shows often reflect his music—loud, unruly and unpredictable. It’s music made for Friday nights. Read more

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The Mountain Arts Community Center is putting its foot down. Forget overpriced Hollywood dramas or prepackaged DVDs. Instead, check out entertainment in its most basic form and, consequently, its best—just a man and his puppets. Read more

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For two more weekends Scenic City Opera will boldly go where no production has gone before and bring together the contrasting worlds of opera and “Star Trek.” Read more

The Bowl

Every Sunday morning, hundreds of locals, visitors and merchants gather in the First Tennessee Pavilion for the Chattanooga Market. It’s become a trademark event for the city, a must-do for people of all ages and passions. Read more

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“Riding a bike itself is already as much fun as anyone can enjoy. Electric bikes go one step further and enable people of all ages and abilities the chance to experience this fun—it’s biking for everybody.” Read more

Business Briefs

Summer is the season of excuses. It excuses us from eating too much ice cream, drinking too much wine, and dressing a little more adventurously than usual. Read more

The Bowl

“Etegami” is hard to pronounce, spell and, without any context, leaves a lot to the imagination. But for all its mystery, this Japanese folk art is a relatively easy concept. Read more

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“Too many things are instant and understood. Everyone needs lifelong purpose and some mystery! Looking into the heavens certainly provides both.” — Matt Harbison Read more

The Bowl

Chattanooga Brewing Company’s backbone has always been its beer. Pilsner, IPA, Chickbock and Chestnut Street Brown ale are staples on a menu dedicated to its German-influenced roots. The beer speaks for itself—but their best-kept secret may ... Read more

Dining Out

At the end of January this year, Brewhaus suffered from something other bars may not have been able to recover from: a kitchen fire. The resulting damage kept the doors closed for five weeks. Read more

Dining Out

No rules. No restrictions. No editorial do’s and don’ts. When it comes to the Chattanooga Zine Festival, the stranger the better. Read more

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