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It’s time once again to be swept away by the colors and flavors of Latino culture during La Paz Chattanooga’s annual Sangria fundraising event. Sangria on the Bluff will take place at the Hunter Museum of American Art starting at 6:30 p.m. this ... Read more

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Brent Sanders is nearing the four-year mark at his Main Street location, but he’s no newbie to Chattanooga. Sanders grew up here and spent his youth getting acquainted with the city streets by skating them with groups of friends in what was a ... Read more

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CIRCLE promises to be an exciting chance for visitors of varying budgets to collect quality art. After getting a sneak preview of this special thematic exhibit of small and affordable artwork by Townsend Atelier ... Read more

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The neighborhoods around Glass House Collective have rumbled with vibrant activity this summer. The energy continues to build as neighbors and community partners ... Read more

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Old industry, faded signs high on brick walls, the odor of a chicken plant, neighborhoods cobbled together amid workshops and a sprawling train depot. Chattanooga’s Southside community is the city’s poster child ... Read more

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Local watercolor artist Alan Shuptrine has had a lifelong connection both to painting and the heritage of Appalachian people. Currently, he is swept up in a project to create “The Serpentine Chain Collection” ... Read more

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As many savvy Chattanoogans are aware, an enclave of artist studios first opened its doors on March 1, 2013 after renovating the old St. Barnabas nursing home building on W. Sixth Street, across from the YMCA. Read more

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Embrace the opportunity to experience new work born from simple scraps of cut-up paper. Director Blake Harris is visiting Chattanooga from his recent West Coast post at California Institute of the Arts. Read more

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Stepping behind the construction wall door feels like falling through an accidental portal into another world. The main entrance to Erlanger Hospital is right behind me, with only a thin layer of drywall shielding this enclave ... Read more

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When you think of opera, song titles like “Tail-Whipping Time at the Trailer Park Tonight” or “He Gives Me Hickies,” probably don’t spring to mind. Read more

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A fun way to elevate a family boating weekend is enjoying the great food at Lakeshore Grille. Perched above the marina overlooking Chickamauga Lake, this family-owned-and-operated restaurant delivers on taste. Read more

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Frontrunners from the start, 212 Market has ridden the cultural wave of localism with pride and panache. The family-owned restaurant was the first “green certified” restaurant in Tennessee, earned through recycling, composting, and ... Read more

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Pupusas, empanadas, tamales, live music, folk dancing, a soccer tournament: this Saturday, May 2, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., a long-awaited dream will come true. Read more

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In her recent book, The Godspell Experience (Scene 1 Publishing, 2014), Carol de Giere brings to life the backstory of one of America’s best-loved musicals. Read more

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It’s a story that brings a fascinating era of history to life, featuring music that made my arm hairs stand on end. Anyone weighing entertainment options over the next few weekends should push Ensemble Theatre ... Read more

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Chattanoogans can anticipate an operatic treat in the New Year as Artisti Affamati gears up for its large-scale production of Mozart’s “Cosi fan tutte,” set to premiere in January 2015 in Chattanooga State’s Humanities Theater. Read more

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Audience members may find themselves feeling uncomfortably complicit with Aleksey Scherbak’s hypocritical “motherland” in the Ensemble Theater Company of Chattanooga’s current production of “Colonel Pilate.” Read more

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Friday

January 25, 2019

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January 26, 2019

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January 27, 2019

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January 28, 2019

Tuesday

January 29, 2019

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January 30, 2019