International high-goal polo matches featuring some of the sport’s best players will return to Bendabout Farm in McDonald, Tenn., the next two weekends, weather permitting.
Sometimes, dropping the mike isn’t the right move.
Electronic-funk duo The Floozies — brothers Matt Hill (producer, guitarist), left, and Mark Hill (drummer) — will stop here Sunday, Sept. 14, as part of a monthlong East Coast tour before heading west for their first Red Rocks Amphitheater appearance at Big Gigantic’s Rowdytown 3.
It’s barbecue time for the Men’s Club at Jones Memorial United Methodist Church, and the whole congregation will be involved.
U.S. Navy band Country Current will be in concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, in the Robert Kirk Walker Community Theatre at Memorial Auditorium, 399 McCallie Ave.
The Chattanooga Cruise-In, which organizers say has grown into one of the largest gatherings of auto enthusiasts in the South, will return for its fall edition from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, on the streets surrounding Coker Tire, 1317 Chestnut St., and Honest Charley Speed Shop, 1309 Chestnut St.
Unless you’re a Latin-speaking botanist, you may not know the species “vigna unguiculata.” That’s OK. The folks around Charleston, Tenn., simply call them cowpeas, and the only mouthful you’ll need to worry about Saturday, Sept. 13, is the kind your tongue should taste, not pronounce.
That viridescent glow on the horizon is a sign that Ever After Productions is ready to debut its next show.
Somewhere along the road to producing his debut EP, Tom Breyfogle realized that maybe, just maybe, he was creating a concept album.
The Resonant Rogues, an American folk/gypsy jazz band from Asheville, N.C., will make two stops in Chattanooga this weekend: first at Tremont Tavern, 1203 Hixson Pike, at 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12, then at The Camp House, 1427 Williams St., at 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13.
You don’t have to be a member of the American Quilter’s Society nor a hard-core hobbyist to take part in the QuiltWeek celebration continuing through Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Chattanooga Convention Center, 1 Carter Plaza.
Five women who galvanized the visual arts in Athens, Tenn., will be recognized with an exhibit later this year, and organizers of the show are hoping to borrow more examples of their work.
News that the owners of the Chattanooga Choo Choo have planned a major renovation was accepted as great news. The place needs it.
Ever since I interviewed him a few years ago, I’ve had a tremendous respect for Canadian singer/songwriter Gordon Lightfoot.
Knoxville-based husband-and-wife duo Tim Marema, right, and Liz McGeachy will be guests for a concert Friday, Sept. 12, in the Sue E. Trotter Black Box Theater at The Arts Center, 320 N. White St., Athens, Tenn.