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These business people are on the move in the Chattanooga area

Published May. 1 2017

Who is on the move?

LIVE: Press Row with Jay Greeson and David Paschall

Published Apr. 27 2017

Listen to Chattanooga Times Free Press columnist Jay Greeson and SEC beat writer David Paschall.

Bethel Bible Village fundraising weekend kicks off with concert

Published Apr. 27 2017

Kelley Lovelace is known in Nashville as one of country music's ace songwriters. His songs have been cut by a...


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Hypnotist Herb McCandles mesmerizes at Comedy Catch

Published Apr. 27 2017

Think you can't be hypnotized? Herb McCandles might prove you wrong this weekend when the hypnotist comes to Comedy Catch,...

Revelry Room features adventurous rock trio SIMO

Published Apr. 27 2017

At age 10, J.D. Simo was playing guitar with bands in bars that he wasn't even old enough to be...

Three college music ensembles present concerts

Published Apr. 27 2017

The final Southern Adventist University Symphony Orchestra concert of this season will be presented tonight, April 27, at Collegedale Seventh-day...

Hunter's Art Wise program features curator of Smithsonian American Art Museum

Published Apr. 27 2017

The Hunter Museum of American Art will welcome E. Carmen Ramos tonight, April 27, for a special presentation in conjunction...

Chattanooga Symphony & Opera performs 'La Mer' at Tivoli Theatre

Published Apr. 27 2017

Music that expresses the many moods of the sea is the theme of the final Barnett & Company Masterworks Series...

Cine-Rama Palace Picture House opens with 'Colossal'

Published Apr. 27 2017

Cine-Rama Palace Picture House opens to the public on Friday, April 28, establishing itself as Chattanooga's only independent cinema.

Center for Creative Arts and Cleveland Symphony partner for program

Published Apr. 27 2017

Dancers from Center for Creative Arts, Hamilton County's performing arts magnet school, are partnering with the new Cleveland Orchestra of...

The Amazing Acro-Cats pounce onstage at Chattanooga Theatre Centre

Published Apr. 27 2017

Ever see a cat walk a tightrope, balance on a ball rolling across the floor or blow a trumpet?

Sequatchie Valley Institute hosting Food for Life Conference

Published Apr. 27 2017

Sequatchie Valley Institute is hosting its 19th annual Food for Life Conference on Friday-Sunday, April 28-30. SVI is located at...

Four regional festivals offer barbecue, fishing, music and sweet tea

Published Apr. 27 2017

Four short day-trips will take you to regional festivals this weekend that offer family fun with music, food, fiddlers and...

Last chance to catch 'Of Mice and Men' at Athens Arts Center

Published Apr. 27 2017

Traci McKenzie read John Steinbeck's classic "Of Mice and Men," as a schoolgirl, later saw the play on Broadway and...

Area retailers mark Independent Book Store Day with events

Published Apr. 27 2017

Star Line Books, 1467 Market St., will be among 400 book stores nationwide celebrating Independent Book Store Day on Saturday,...

South Pittsburg hosts National Cornbread Festival

Published Apr. 27 2017

For two days each spring, the number of visitors to small-town South Pittsburg, Tenn., doubles the population when the National...

New culinary contest pits pros against home cooks

Published Apr. 27 2017

A new fundraiser is launching Saturday, April 29, that will pit three of the city's top chefs against three home...

La Paz hosts Semana Latina cultural week

Published Apr. 27 2017

Beginning Saturday, April 29, through Friday, May 5, several events celebrating Latino culture have been organized by La Paz Chattanooga.

'Million Dollar Quartet' sings again at Cumberland County Playhouse

Published Apr. 27 2017

On one night in December 1956, record producer Sam Phillips brought together Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and...

Murder-mystery next up at Oak Street Playhouse

Published Apr. 27 2017

A murder-mystery about an eclectic group of actors auditioning for a play is the next production at Oak Street Playhouse.