The Dirty Doors: A Tribute To The Doors Is At Songbirds Sept. 7

Friday, June 21, 2019

The Dirty Doors: A Tribute to The Doors will play at Songbirds on the south stage on Sept. 7 at 9 p.m. Tickets are $12-$15 and available here

Review for The Dirty Doors: 

The Dirty Doors – the ultimate celebration of the music of The Doors – set the night on fire with the energy, excitement, and passion of the timeless music of Jim Morrison and The Doors like no other tribute band.

Based in Atlanta, The Dirty Doors faithfully recreate the magic of a Doors concert in sound and stage presence with all the classic hits like “Light My Fire,” “Riders On The Storm,” “Hello, I Love You,” and “L.A. Woman” for audiences across America.


Love, Loss And What I Wore Returns Aug. 10 For Encore Performance

Matt Cordell Presents Tribute To Country Legends Aug. 3

Lee University To Host Young People’s Chorus In Concert


Women’s relationships and attire—and at times the interaction of the two—use the female wardrobe as a time capsule of a woman’s life in the Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s upcoming benefit performance ... (click for more)

The Merchants and Friends of Etowah have hosted and coordinated close to a hundred shows for award winning tribute artist Matt Cordell with full house and numerous sold out crowds over the last ... (click for more)

The Young People’s Chorus of New York City will perform a concert on Thursday, July 25, at 7 p.m. in Lee University’s Pangle Hall. The YPC will be joined by Concinamus, the YPC National ensemble ... (click for more)


Entertainment

Love, Loss And What I Wore Returns Aug. 10 For Encore Performance

Women’s relationships and attire—and at times the interaction of the two—use the female wardrobe as a time capsule of a woman’s life in the Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s upcoming benefit performance of the comedy, “Love, Loss and What I Wore,” on Saturday, Aug. 10. The show is back by popular demand after a capacity audience was wowed by the show in March said officials. Review ... (click for more)

Matt Cordell Presents Tribute To Country Legends Aug. 3

The Merchants and Friends of Etowah have hosted and coordinated close to a hundred shows for award winning tribute artist Matt Cordell with full house and numerous sold out crowds over the last 16 years. Matt Cordell on Saturday, Aug. 3, will present another first for the Gem Theater in Etowah, Matt’s tribute to Country Legends will be a first time bringing in three sought after ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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Latest County School Budget Cuts Most Student Fees, Adds Literacy Aides; Across-The-Board Increase Stays At 2.5%

County School officials on Thursday presented a revised budget that eliminates most school fees and adds 10 literacy aides. The employee pay increase remains at 2.5 percent - short of the five percent that was included in the initial budget requiring a 34-cent property tax increase. That tax rise was rejected 5--4 by the County Commission. Board member Tucker Pennington put ... (click for more)

Opinion

Senator Alexander's Solution To Surprise Medical Billing Is Worrisome

Senator Lamar Alexander has been promoting the Lower Healthcare Cost Act legislation passed by the Senate HELP committee he chairs earlier this month. There are many provisions in the bill that will work to lower healthcare costs, something that we all want. His solution for surprise medical bills, however causes more problems than it solves. The bill forces physicians to accept ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Cocker Spaniel Story

Back during the spring, I got word about a book entitled “The White House Boys” and was urged to read it. A friend told me she felt like author Roger Dean Kiser and I shared a similar style in the way we both painted with words. Since then I have happened across several articles penned by Mr. Kiser and I can’t imagine being more humbled or grateful that our names have appeared in ... (click for more)