Southside en On Dec 7, Mainx24 Festival Features 100+ Events <p>WUTC's Rabbit Zielke speaks with representatives from the <a href="">Mainx24 Festival</a>, a 24-hour block party on Chattanooga's Southside.</p> Fri, 06 Dec 2013 17:11:43 +0000 Rabbit Zielke 30951 at Junk for Sale (Not Garbage, Mind You) <p></p><p>Greg Ross runs Estate of Confusion, a junk shop on Main Street. The place is full of old tools, machine parts, and other curiosities. The inventory might look a little worn or rusty to most people. But this is a junk shop, after all, and it takes a certain kind of imaginative customer to see the true potential in all the junk.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p> Tue, 03 Apr 2012 16:30:00 +0000 Mary Helen Miller 4282 at Junk for Sale (Not Garbage, Mind You) At This Southside Gallery, Enjoy the Art--From Your Bed <p>Miki Boni and Tom Paulsin put a lot of work into transforming an old house in the Southside District into a contemporary, comfortable art gallery. Now when visitors come, they hope they&rsquo;ll enjoy the art and stay awhile. A long while. Maybe overnight or for the weekend.</p> Mon, 27 Feb 2012 19:40:50 +0000 Mary Helen Miller 2476 at Planet Altered’s CAFE Grant Series Helps Teachers, Too <p>For the last couple of years, the Planet Altered Gallery on Chattanooga&rsquo;s Southside has held fundraising events called CAFE Grant Suppers.&nbsp; At these events, people pay $12 for dinner.&nbsp; During the dinner, artists and creative people who could use extra money to fund their work give pitches.&nbsp; People listen to the pitches, vote, and then the winning artist receives most of the money people paid for dinner&ndash;often several hundred dollars total.&nbsp; It&rsquo;s a way for the Southside community to gather, enjoy food and fun, and support a local artist.</p> Mon, 27 Feb 2012 19:33:58 +0000 Mary Helen Miller 2472 at