Kaylee Smith is the driving force behind Back Alley Productions, a new theater company working to keep the community in community theater.
To some, the 1998 film The Big Lebowski shares the same ideas and qualities as Buddha, Nietzsche, and William Shakespeare.
The Chattanooga Film Society and Mise En Scenesters are presenting a documentary called I’m Carolyn Parker: the Good, the Mad, and the Beautiful on July 16th, 2012.
Rock City-themed birdhouses are seen all over the Southeast--they're almost as ubiquitous as "See Rock City" barns. Now Rock City has a giant one.
This musical by Cole Porter opens on CTC's Main Stage on July 13th and runs through July 29th, 2012.
Coyee Shipp Langston, the featured July artist at the In-Town Gallery, creates Asian-inspired artistic masks. A portion of the proceeds from the masks she sells will go toward FACES, the National Craniofacial Association.
The e-book revolution means anyone can publish a novel at no cost and market it to Kindle, Nook and iPad owners. But what are the odds of a self-published story becoming a bestseller?
Nerd Wars is a friendly fiber arts competition between geeks, nerds and passionate fans.
Wild Trails and the Association for Visual Arts are teaming up with RiverRocks Chattanooga to present the Wild Trails Stump Art Show.
David George Haskell's new book The Forest Unseen: A Year's Watch In Nature chronicles his experiences getting up close and personal with creatures in a patch of old-growth forest in Sewanee.