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12:10pm

Fri July 10, 2015
Community

Crash Pad & Greenspaces Invite Public to Celebration of Next-Gen Green Homes

Greenspaces is developing eco-friendly next-generation homes that could allow residents to never pay an electric bill.  Through solar panels, the homes could produce more energy than the homeowners consume.  The first will be built at 631 Hamilton Avenue on Chattanooga's North Shore.

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1:28pm

Thu July 9, 2015
Arts & Culture

Get Pop-Cultured with Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble at Hamilton Place Mall is presenting a month of pop culture with activities that feature the culture of the 1950's, 60's, 70's, 80's and beyond. 

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1:13pm

Thu July 9, 2015
Arts & Culture

All American Summer Concerts at the Hunter Museum of American Art

The Hunter Museum of American Art is hosting the All American Summer Concert Series on Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. 

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5:29pm

Wed July 8, 2015
Community

Objective Perspective Series Facilitates 'Awkward' Discussion on Important Topics

Shawnessey Keith Cargile joins us to talk about the 5-week Objective Perspective series, which will happen at various locations in Chattanooga and feature live music, poetry, art, and opportunities for people to have an honest dialogue about (sometimes uncomfortable) subjects such as race and politics.

OBJECTIVE PERSPECTIVE series

part 1. July 13th

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10:11pm

Tue July 7, 2015
Arts & Culture

Peter Pan Takes Flight at The Signal Mountain Playhouse

Peter Pan opens at The Signal Mountain Playhouse July 10. Originally written as a play, it was re-written in the mid-1950’s as a musical starring Mary Martin. Since then there have been several popular adaptations of the story, but for their production the director Jennifer Arbogast and her cast are going back to the Mary Martin version. Richard Winham talked to Dr. Arbogast, who also teaches musical theater at Chattanooga State, as well as two of the lead actors, Kimberlin Lacy and Daniel Meeks.

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7:17pm

Mon July 6, 2015
Community

Amy Pearson Named New President of On Point

Amy Pearson has worked with nonprofit organization On Point since 1997.  Promoted in 2011 to Executive Director, she's now been named the President.  She joins us to talk about their mission.

From a media release:

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11:20am

Mon July 6, 2015
Arts & Culture

American Impressionism at the Hunter Museum

Credit Hunter Museum of American Art

The temporary exhibit at the Hunter Museum of American Art features the work of French painter Claude Monet and the American artists that followed his Impressionism movement. 

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10:00am

Fri July 3, 2015
Start It Up!

Start It Up Episode 30: H and D Corp. and MomSource Bring New Tools to Startups

When Volkswagen announced that it was building a manufacturing facility in Chattanooga, TN, H and D Corp. knew that it would be investing there as well.  H and D manages IT for Volkswagen around the world and has made Chattanooga headquarters for its North American operations.

Brandon Miller, Vice President of Business Development, discusses IT Forward, the company's new initiative to provide world class IT management to small and medium-size organizations. By leveraging the Cloud and its trademark discipline, H and D has made its solutions both affordable and scalable.

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4:31pm

Thu July 2, 2015
Community

Pops on the River Hopes to Go as Scheduled

From a media release:

Officials with Pops on the River have announced that they are moving ahead with plans to hold the event on Saturday, July 4, at Coolidge Park, and that it will be an event-time decision as to whether rain will cause its cancellation.

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1:54pm

Thu July 2, 2015
Community

Do You Want To Win A Blue Ribbon?

The Hamilton County Fair will host the Home Centered Competitions at the 26th Annual County Fair on September 26th and 27th at Chester Frost Park. 

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1:32pm

Thu July 2, 2015
Arts & Culture

Cooking with the American Diabetes Association

Credit Linda Gassenheimer

The American Diabetes Association has endorsed a series of cookbooks designed to provide quick and easy meals that meet the dietary requirements for someone living with diabetes. 

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6:03am

Thu July 2, 2015
Community

A 73-Year-Old Man vs Rebel Invaders: The Civil War Story Behind This Historical Marker

Close-up of the historical marker located at 7723 Dalton Pike, S.E. in Cleveland.
Tim McCoy

Joseph Lusk II's story illustrates an aspect of local Civil War history that's sometimes forgotten: many people in East Tennessee supported the Union.

Tim McCoy is a great-great-great grandson of Lusk, and McCoy sponsored a new historical marker that tells exactly what happened in 1864 when 73-year-old Lusk fought back against rebel invaders.  The marker, located at 7723 Dalton Pike, S.E. in Cleveland, was dedicated on June 13th.  McCoy joins us to talk about the marker and about Bradley County history.

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1:13pm

Wed July 1, 2015
Best New Music

Praised by NPR, Pitchfork & NYT, Torres Will Perform in Chattanooga 7/2

Torres sings in the video for Strange Hellos.

Sprinter, the sophomore album by southeastern singer/songwriter Torres, recently earned a spot on NPR's Favorite Albums of 2015 (So Far.)  Torres has also garnered praise from Pitchfork.com, Paste magazine and

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12:14pm

Wed July 1, 2015
Happenings

Chattanooga Mental Health Court Launches in July

From a media release:

THE LAUNCH OF MENTAL HEALTH COURT

New court aims to provide services and break down barriers to recovery for defendants with serious mental illness.

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12:12pm

Wed July 1, 2015
Happenings

Thrive 2055 announces $1.05 billion in regional business investments during June 2015

From a media release:

Thrive 2055 released today that a total of $1.05 billion in new business investment plans were announced within the 16-county Chattanooga region in a single month.

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