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An art exhibition set to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Chickamauga has opened at the 6th Cavalry Museum in Fort Oglethorpe.

Much like the best of Pixar films, "Honk!" the musical adaptation of "The Ugly Duckling," offers humor on two levels, according to Jonathan Humble, director of the Ever After Productions show, which opens today at the Catoosa County Colonnade.

Jim Crabtree, producing director at the Cumberland County Playhouse, said the latest production, "The Music Man," reminds him of his father.

"Hair," a play that director Scott Dunlap said changed the face of musical theater, opens in the Chattanooga Theatre Centre's CircleStage today.

The party will just be starting on the Southside today when Chattanoogans clock out at 5 p.m.

A young man plucked out of a seminary biology class who became the Cumberland County Playhouse's first star is returning to the Crossville, Tenn., theater today for the world premiere of his new autobiographical show.

When Mother Goose contemplates werewolves and becomes a fraidy cat, a fairy godmother, a witch, a prince and a wolf save the day.

Emmy winner Leslie Jordan returns from Los Angeles this week to host the Chattanooga Theatre Centre's lively "un-gala," Tuesday Night Live.

A new exhibit at Southern Adventist University has transformed the Biology Department hallways "into a tour through some of the most compelling evidence that supports an intelligent creator as a reasonable explanation for life's origin," according to organizers.

It's all in what you put in the tuna.

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