The Tivoli’s pipe organ once again accompanies silent movie.
Fall is officially a month away, when the equinox tells us that cooler weather is coming.
Kenny Kirby, a keyboardist who has played with three Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, most recently Van Morrison, will be featured in the Live @ DeBarge music series at DeBarge Vineyards and Winery, 1617 Rossville Ave., from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 23.
Scenic City Chorus, the Chattanooga chapter of Sweet Adelines International, will present its annual Aca-Fest show at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 23, in Frierson Theatre at Girls Preparatory School, 205 Island Ave.
Two performers in residency at Cumberland County Playhouse will present a concert Friday, Aug. 22, that promises “one of the most eclectic music mixes you’ve ever heard.”
More than 30 stunt pilots will perform extreme aeronautical maneuvers Saturday, Aug. 23 — all without leaving the ground.
Nashville-based singer/songwriter Matthew Smith, a founding member of the Indelible Grace community, will be joined by a full band to present a concert of old hymns set to new music at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 24, at Brainerd Presbyterian Church, 1624 Jenkins Road.
Chattanooga Public Library, 1001 Broad St., has begun a weekly program called “The Picture Show” in which children ages 3 and up can have a picture they draw projected larger than life on the big screen.
Earlier this year, Bexy Ribeiro decided enough was enough.
When Fran Holt predicts this weekend’s Beersheba Springs Arts and Crafts Fair is “going to be the best show we’ve had in years,” that’s saying something because the Beersheba Springs fair is marking its 48th anniversary Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 23-24.
Paul Smith & The Sky High Band, right, will be featured at the third annual Paul Smith Reunion Party, set for 8:30 p.m.-midnight Friday, Aug. 22, at the Eagles Club, 6128 Airways Blvd.
Funnyman Jon Reep laughs at the idea that an action thriller involving a giant tornado would have his name at the top of the casting list.
Discount designer duds are up for grabs at the fall Chattanooga Boutique Warehouse Sale this weekend at Stratton Hall.
A two-hour car caravan/walking tour Saturday, Aug. 23, will reveal the “Faces Behind the Monuments” at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park.
Sunday’s Chattanooga Market will have all the amenities you’d expect from an open-air venue showcasing locally grown and hand-crafted products: fresh vegetables, meats, cheeses and bread; arts and crafts; good food; great entertainment and TV viewing.