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1:31pm

Fri March 21, 2014
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Chattanooga Photojournalist Gardner Will Document Kenyan Refugees

Sales of these watercolor necklaces will help fund Molly Gardner's Kenya trip. Jocelin Yagel designed the ink logos, and Meredith Blanchard is the owner of LimeTree Products, the jeweler putting everything together.
Credit Molly Gardner Photography

Molly Gardner plans to fly to Nairobi, Kenya this summer to meet women who create goods for the fair-trade nonprofit Amani ya Juu, which helps refugee women earn a living by creating clothing and other goods.

Gardner, a Chattanooga photographer and artist, works as the event coordinator for the Amani distribution center here in Chattanooga.

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11:09am

Thu November 1, 2012
It's The End Of The World As We Know It

'Boom' Is A Different Kind Of Big Bang Comedy

Theater For The New South is performing Peter Sinn Nachtrieb's Boom, starting November 2nd at the Rivoli Art Mill in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  It's a sci-fi comedy involving an Earth-destroying comet, an awkward attempt at repopulating the world, and weirdly prescient fish.