Chattanooga Market will salute entrepreneurs of the food industry -- folks who developed a great food product and took it on the road (literally) -- when its Street Food Festival is held Sunday, June 22, in First Tennessee Pavilion.
Shakespeare Chattanooga production opens renovated Ripple Theater
After a four-year, $125,000 renovation, Ripple Theater on Brainerd Road will reopen with a modernized production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" presented by Shakespeare Chattanooga on Friday, June 20.
Riverbend 2014 is in the books, and our evenings are free again without the nightly trek to the riverfront.
• Highland Park Fiesta: St. Andrew's Center, 1918 Union Ave., 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise hosts block party with food trucks, rummage sale, kids activities, mariachi band and viewing of World Cup match at 11:30 am. 423-756-6234.
Chattanooga artist Mary Britten Lynch was named an award winner in the Southern Watercolor Society's 37th annual exhibition at Kerr Cultural Arts Center in Kerrville, Texas.
A Arkansas native — Moved his wife and daughters from Nashville back to his hometown of Poyen, Ark., population 290.
Take dad downtown Sunday, June 15, for everything needed for a great Father's Day celebration right in one convenient location, Chattanooga Market in First Tennessee Pavilion.
Shrek takes over Cumberland County Playhouse
Cumberland County Playhouse is known for its lavishly costumed musicals with topnotch professional actors, so when Playhouse spokesman John Fionte says its upcoming show "just might be its most spectacular production yet," it's worth taking note.
21 DANCING WITH THE CHATTANOOGA STARS, Tivoli Theatre, 709 Broad St., 8 p.m., $25-$150, local amateurs compete for mirror-ball trophy, benefits Partnership for Families, Children and Adults. 423-697-3829.
• JFK Club: The Chattanoogan, 1201 Broad St., noon, $13; reservations: JFKClub@comcast.net.
Score another one for Dixie Fuller.
Graphic artist Julie Curd, owner of Innovative Creative, will be the first to tell you Riverbend holds a different significance to every festivalgoer — music, concessions, people-watching, family fun.
5 NOT JUST ANOTHER GORGEOUS EVENING, Tennessee RiverPlace, 3104 Scenic Waters Lane, 5:30 p.m., $125 per person includes dinner catered by Lee Towery and dancing to 9th Street Stompers, benefits Tennessee River Gorge Trust. www.trgt.org/tickets.
It’s arguably the most-used feature of any kitchen, but one given little thought when purchased.
• Medical Expenses Benefit: Bakewell Community Center, 114 McCallie Ferry Road, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., food, silent auction and gospel music at fundraiser sponsored by friends and family of Judy Walker. 423-827-5135.
The National Dance Education Organization named Girls Preparatory School senior Mary Chandler Gwin one of three national winners of the 2014 NDEO Artistic Merit, Leadership and Academic Achievement Award.
CMA Music Festival launches June 5, the annual pilgrimage of country music fans from across the United States into downtown Nashville for four days of concerts, autograph signings and fan club parties where they'll chow down with their favorite stars.
In the fall of 2003, seven families opened a private Christian school in Dayton, Tenn., with 16 children in grades kindergarten through fourth and three state-certified teachers.
At age 18, Guilda Xiloj is a single, working mother of a 3-year-old daughter — and class valedictorian of Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy.
30 MASQUERADE — A FISH & CHIPS EVENT, Stratton Hall, 3146 Broad St., 7-11 p.m., $75 general admission, $150 VIP, silent auction, casino games, food and dancing to benefit Children's Advocacy Center of Hamilton County. cachc.org.
Eleven high school students have been selected by the Chattanooga chapter of the Freedoms Foundation to attend the Spirit of America Youth Program at Valley Forge, Penn.
New exhibit based on Wizard of Oz opens Saturday at CDM
Families can follow the yellow brick road across the Creative Discovery Museum plaza into the land of Oz when the children's museum opens its new exhibit, "The Wizard of Oz," on Saturday, May 24.
Between 35 years of banking experience and her own leisure travel, Nancy Collum is on the road or in the air at least four times a year on major trips, not to mention weekend professional trainings.
Whether you are updating your home to sell or just vying for neighborhood Yard of the Month, spring is the traditional season to spruce up your yard and front entrance.
• Chattanooga Music Club: Memorial Auditorium Community Theatre, 399 McCallie Ave., 2:30 p.m., free concert by former winners of CMC scholarship competition. www.chattanoogamusicclub.org
Jim Kennedy returns to CTC stage to take on role of Atticus Finch
It's been 22 years since Jim Kennedy performed at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre.
A good recipe can stand the test of time — just ask Jennifer Louallen. In last week's Strawberry Festival Pie & Cake Contest in Dayton, Tenn., she won with the same cake that won two decades ago.
15 BETHEL COUNTRY CONNECTION, Chattanooga Convention Center, 1150 Carter St., 6-11 p.m., $125 per person, barbecue dinner, live and silent auctions and showcase of country music singer/songwriters featuring Kelley Lovelace and friends Craig Morgan, Neil Thrasher and Love & Theft; benefits Bethel Bible Village. 423-842-5757, ext. 233.
Kelle Riley of Hixson has been selected for inclusion in the new edition of "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Living with Alzheimer's & Other Dementias," according to The Alzheimer's Association.
Tonight's "Finale!" is the Chattanooga Boys Choir's annual season-ending concert, but the 110 young choristers may be upstaged by 14 adult singers who are making their debut as the Tennessee Valley Voices.
Virginia Skipper shares a talent with her late father for intricate, detailed brushwork.
The Craniofacial Foundation of America presented Lynda M. Gooden its Terri Farmer Service Award for her dedication and service to children born with craniofacial abnormalities.
Today CHOCOLATE FLING, The Chattanoogan, 1201 Broad St., 2-4 p.m., $30, benefits Epilepsy Foundation. 423-634-1772.
• Outdoor Expo and Gear Swap: East side of Coolidge Park, 200 River St., 10 a.m.-4 p.m., free. Outdoor Chattanooga hosts 12 outdoor clubs, conservation groups and outfitters for exhibits, activities, demonstrations. 423-643-6889.
For nearly 90 years, acreage along Bonny Oaks Drive — where The Dent House and University of Tennessee Extension Office are located — was home to hundreds of at-risk children.
Three local artists selected for Tennessee Craft Fair
Think comfort food and macaroni and cheese inevitably comes to mind — not that quick-fix, blue-box elbow macaroni, but Mama’s homemade meals coated in ooey, gooey, cheesy goodness.
• Upcoming fundraisers
With its glossy, white blossoms trumpeting spring’s season of rebirth, the Easter lily (Lilium Longiflorum) is a favorite gift for its symbolism.
• Countdown to Kindergarten: Creative Discovery Museum, 321 Chestnut St., 9 a.m., included in museum admission of $12.95, first of four-part series to prepare children starting kindergarten this fall and their families with skills for successful school year. 423-756-2738.
Entrepreneur Don Lepard will be honored as the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Distinguished Alumnus during the annual Legends and Leaders Banquet on Friday night, April 25, at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. Lepard is founder and chief executive officer of Global Green Lighting.
Country singer's current single among new music fans will hear at Track 29 tonight
Just two days after Dustin Lynch's new single, "Where It's At," was released to iTunes, country music fans can hear the star perform it live at Track 29.
Company coming Sunday for an Easter meal?
Dr. Bob Coddington always had a hankering to learn to play the banjo. So the his wife sent him one while he was stationed in Korea with the Army -- a morale booster from home.
Ahhh, spring break.
Nini D. Davenport and Lizzer Bright Graham, both 1977 graduates of Girls Preparatory School, will be honored today as the school's 2014 Distinguished Alumnae during Alumnae Weekend Festivities.
City's premiere art show features 143 artists at First Tennessee Pavilion
With 12,000 folks visiting last year's 4 Bridges Arts Festival, is it any wonder that more than 430 artists from across the country applied for one of this year's coveted booths?
High-octane music with side of comedy served up at the Double Cupp Diner
Pull into Circle Theatre and let the pump boys fill 'er up with rowdy, rocking music when "Pump Boys and Dinettes" opens Friday, April 11, for three weekends at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre.
More than 430 artists from across the United States applied to show at 4 Bridges Arts Festival — 143 were chosen.