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Around and About Chattanooga
Around and About Chattanooga is a local weekday radio program with interviews, feature news stories and information about the Tennessee Valley.
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Chattanooga is transforming into one of the nation's most progressive, vibrant cities. Guests on the Around and About program discuss the cultural events, art communities, environmental initiatives and other creative forces that are helping continue this transformation.
The concert calendar airs every Thursday with a look at what's happening around town in the music scene.
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Monday, July 28, 2014 12:00amThis soccer coach from Sewanee has attended World Cup soccer games in every series since the mid-1980's. In this interview, Johnston talks about his incredible dedication to the sport.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 12:00am"[I]n the last one hundred years," Janisse Ray writes in The Seed Underground: A Growing Revolution to Save Food, "94 percent of seed varieties available at the turn of the century in America and considered a part of the human commons have been lost." Her book explains why so many seed varieties have vanished.
Thursday, July 17, 2014 12:00amKeith Robinson's Island of Fog series first launched in 2009. Aimed at children ages 9 and up, the books have found a following among adult sci-fi/fantasy fans as well.
Wednesday, July 2, 2014 12:00amA new report says the state of Tennessee has wasted up to $180 million. That's because the state paid unemployment benefits to dead people, felons who are in prison, and other people who shouldn't be getting any money.
Thursday, June 26, 2014 12:00amHeather Crowe tried a new treatment option for migrainesa surgical option never before performed in Chattanooga.