Kim Kauffman will discuss cameraless and filmless image technique at River Gallery.
The presentation and artist talk will be Saturday, April 26, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
May 3, 2016
May 2, 2016
Two local partners want to help the Chattanooga Ronald McDonald House raise $150,000 for Mary’s Pantry Endowment Fund. They’ve committed to matching every dollar that is donated up to $75,000. ... (click for more)
Friday: Armed Forces Day Parade: Beginning at 8:30 a.m., Market Street from 12th Street to MLK Boulevard will be closed. The parade will start at 10:30 a.m. and at that ... (click for more)
Bellhops, a Chattanooga-based tech-enabled moving company, has added former Atlanta Brave great, Ryan Klesko, to the inaugural Homers for Heroes roster. Though he won’t be competing in the home ... (click for more)
Two local partners want to help the Chattanooga Ronald McDonald House raise $150,000 for Mary’s Pantry Endowment Fund. They’ve committed to matching every dollar that is donated up to $75,000. When you give a dollar, it becomes two. Once the goal has been met, the income generated from the endowment fund will purchase the needed food for families all year long. Donations can be ... (click for more)
Friday: Armed Forces Day Parade: Beginning at 8:30 a.m., Market Street from 12th Street to MLK Boulevard will be closed. The parade will start at 10:30 a.m. and at that time Market Street from MLK Boulevard to 4th Street will be closed. Roads should be re-opened by noon. Nightfall: Nightfall will take place from 5:30-11:59 p.m. Market ... (click for more)
County Mayor Jim Coppinger told members of the County Commission at a budget workshop on Tuesday that it would take a 28 1/2-cent property tax increase to fully fund the county school budget request. The county schools are asking for $24,218,919 in new money for a focus on workforce readiness, literacy and low-performing schools. County Mayor Coppinger did not say whether ... (click for more)
Developers of the McCallie Commons student housing at McCallie and Central are wanting to expand the project, but it would involve tearing down three old homes on Oak Street. The proposal from developer David Hudson would be an expansion of the four-story apartment building and separate parking garage with 300 parking spaces proposed that was approved earlier. The original ... (click for more)
To Roy Exum: With all the recent news of major dysfunctions within our educational system, I thought I might alert you to something better. About a year ago you ventured up Highway 58 to Central High School to represent your late grandfather, Roy McDonald, as he was honored as a Distinguished Alumnus during the annual Senior Day festivities. I sort of expected ... (click for more)
JoeySalads, his screen name, is widely known for his funny pranks except for the fact he calls them “social experiments.” So while we are still on the transgender-restroom issue, our boy JoeySalads got a transgender friend to approve his attire before he tried his luck at entering women’s restrooms. I don’t think you’ll be real surprised at what really happened in this video. Click ... (click for more)