Jazzanooga and Barking Legs Theater are set to launch a concert series that features some of Chattanooga’s best jazz artists.
Special engagements by two comedians also known for their acting roles coincide this week.
Officials with the Houston Museum of Decorative Arts hope to set a mood for holiday shopping with the annual Holiday English Tea and Open House.
The Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestra will return to Athens, Tenn., on Tuesday, Dec. 10, for the Athens Area Council for the Arts’ 35th annual Big Time/Small Town Performance Season.
You know “A Christmas Story,” of course —Ralphie, his BB gun quest, “You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out,” the leg lamp and all that. But, chances are, you don’t know the musical and what it adds to the stage version of the classic 1983 movie, which was taken from an original story by Jean Shepherd.
A production reviewers have deemed “a holiday classic” and “a hoot” returns to Chattanooga State Community College for the next two weekends.
Take three talkative, widowed sisters, put them in the same home and stir.
Even if it’s held at a different location on different days and times this month, there’s one thing that will never change: Chattanooga Market is the place to go for gifts and food.
Melanie Young, a Girls Preparatory School graduate and the daughter of Sonia “The Purple Lady” Young and the late Mel Young, was named one of three honorees in the 2013 HandCraft Heroes Breast Cancer Campaign.
About two months ago, I fulfilled my childhood dream to be a hero by rescuing someone from peril, and for once, it wasn’t in a video game.
“La Camioneta,” a film that tracks the journey of a decommissioned American school bus that is being remade into a “camioneta,” Guatemala’s most common form of public transportation, will be screened today, Dec. 5, at Barking Legs Theater, 1307 Dodds Ave.
Recitals, concerts and things live and musical in the Scenic City this weekend.
Exhibits, galleries, theater and more art around town.
Out and about - outdoor, family and more this week.