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5:55pm

Sun June 12, 2011
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2011: Secret Sisters Try New Material At Riverbend

Secret Sisters Try New Material At Riverbend

Michael Edward Miller

Chattanooga, TN –
Laura and Lydia Rogers have been performing as the Secret Sisters for only a short time, but they're already finding great success, working with producers such as T Bone Burnett and Jack White. At Riverbend's opening night, this duo from Muscle Shoals, Alabama tried out a new song called "River Jordan," to gauge audience reaction.

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5:46pm

Sun June 12, 2011
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2011: Quebe Sisters Bring Three-Part Harmony To Riverbend

Quebe Sisters Bring Three-Part Harmony To Riverbend

Michael Edward Miller

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9:36am

Fri June 10, 2011
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NEW: Riverbend 2011 - Los Straightjackets at Creative

Los Straightjackets - Batman

Michael Edward Miller

Chattanooga, TN – Our 2011 Riverbend coverage kicks off with Los Straightjackets performing a familiar TV theme. This special show took place at the Creative Discovery Museum.

More about the band at:
www.straitjackets.com

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9:36am

Fri June 10, 2011
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NEW: Riverbend 2011 - Interview with Eddie Angel of Los Straightjackets

NEW! Riverbend 2011: Interview with Eddie Angel of Los Straightjackets

Michael Edward Miller

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3:06pm

Wed June 1, 2011
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Interview With Brenda Clubine (Part 2)

Brenda Clubine Part 2

Julie Steele

Chattanooga, TN – Earlier this year, Julie Steele interviewed Brenda Clubine, a woman who spent 26 years in prison for killing her abusive husband. This is part two of the full, uncut version of that interview.

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3:05pm

Wed June 1, 2011
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Interview With Brenda Clubine (Part 1)

Brenda Clubine Part 1

Julie Steele

Chattanooga, TN – Earlier this year, Julie Steele interviewed Brenda Clubine, a woman who spent 26 years in prison for killing her abusive husband. This is part one of the full, uncut version of that interview.

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10:55am

Thu May 26, 2011
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Chattanooga In The Movies

Chattanooga In The Movies

Michael Edward Miller

Chattanooga, TN – If you're a movie buff, you know Water For Elephants was partially shot right here in the Chattanooga area. It's one of the most prominent films to have a Scenic City connection--but it's not the first time Hollywood stars and major directors have come here. Actually, more than 25 notable films were shot near Chattanooga or in North Georgia.

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1:53pm

Thu May 19, 2011
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Uncovering Alcott's Lost Summer

Uncovering Alcott's Lost Summer

Michael Edward Miller

Chattanooga, TN – Kelly O'Connor McNees joins us to talk about her historical novel, The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott. This novel mixes fact and fiction, featuring a young Alcott who falls in love and must choose between romance and her writing.

From the author's Web site:

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1:48pm

Thu May 19, 2011
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Ronald McDonald House Helps Family Reconnect After Storms

Ronald McDonald House Helps Family Reconnect After Storms

Julie Steele

Chattanooga, TN – On April 27th four tornadoes classified as EF-0 through EF-4 hit Cleveland, Tennessee, leaving 9 people dead. Today I talk to one family affected by that tornado.

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5:27pm

Wed May 18, 2011
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State of the Air in Chattanooga

State of the Air in Chattanooga

Rabbit

Chattanooga, TN – The annual State of the Air Report published by the American Lung Association gives Hamilton County Tennessee a grade of F. The report measures particulate pollution and ozone levels over the span of one year. Hamilton County received a C for particulate pollution which leaves the major contributor to the failing grade based on the ozone levels.

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4:17pm

Fri May 13, 2011
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Muse Of Fire

Muse of Fire

Julie Steele

Chattanooga, TN – Two New York City actors have started a program in Chattanooga that is breaking the rules of traditional theatre. Today I talk to Stevie Ray and Kate Forbes Dallimore about the Muse of Fire Project.

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4:15pm

Fri May 13, 2011
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Cornbread Festival Helps Revitalize S. Pittsburg

Cornbread Festival Helps Revitalize S. Pittsburg

Michael Edward Miller

South Pittsburg, TN – Searching for the most unusual slice of cornbread I would ever taste, I went to the 15th Annual National Cornbread Festival in South Pittsburg, TN. But I discovered that despite the name, the festival is about more than just cornbread. It's about revitalizing South Pittsburg and ensuring a future for this small Tennessee town.

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5:11pm

Thu May 12, 2011
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Catoosa County and Ringgold will return to regular phone numbers

Catoosa County, GA – From a media release:

As of today, Catoosa County and Ringgold will serve residents needs through their regular administration numbers, according to County Manager Mike Helton and City Manager Dan Wright.

"Over the last few days we have seen the calls coming in on the help line dwindle, so we want to reassign those staff members to assist elsewhere and allow residents to contact us on our regular lines," Helton said.

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5:10pm

Thu May 12, 2011
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Ringgold brings back Depot entertainment programs this weekend

Ringgold, GA – From a media release:

City Manager Dan Wright said that while the 9 p.m. - daylight curfew continues in the aftermath of the tornado, arrangements are being made to accommodate those leaving the Sensational Second Weekends programs at the Ringgold Depot, corner of Depot Street and U.S. 41.

"People from our community and the entire region need the opportunity to walk away from the destruction, sit down and enjoy and evening of family entertainment," Wright said. "We feel it is important that these regular opportunities return as quickly as possible."

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1:40pm

Mon May 9, 2011
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Salvation Army Teams Up With FEMA in Recovery Efforts

Salvation Army Teams With FEMA in Recovery Efforts

Julie Steele

Chattanooga, TN – Starting Today the Salvation Army will be teaming with The Federal Emergency Management Agency to better serve those affected by the recent storms in the area. On Friday we spoke with David Costello, public information officer for the Salvation Army.

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