On Stage

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Sept. 18

Theresa Caputo Live! The Experience will come to Chattanooga at 7:30 p.m. at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium. Tickets are $89.75, $59.75 and $39.75 and are available at Ticketmaster.com, the Tivoli Theatre box office or by phone.

Sept. 19

KZ106 Presents Black Jacket Symphony: Pink Floyd's The Wall at the Tivoli Theatre for two shows at 5 and 9 p.m. Tickets are $40 and $35 (plus applicable fees) and available here.  The Tivoli Theatre's upcoming Black Jacket Symphony performing Pink Floyd's 'The Wall' shows have been rescheduled to Sept. 19. You should keep your tickets as they will be valid for the rescheduled performance date. If you have tickets for the April 11 performance at 5 p.m., the tickets are valid for the 5 p.m. performance on Sept. 19. If you have tickets for the April 11 performance at 9 p.m., the tickets are valid for the 9 p.m. performance on Sept. 19. Please check out https://www.tivolichattanooga.com/covid-19-statement/ for more information.

Sept. 19

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is debuting concerts on its riverfront lawn with a performance by local percussionist Kofi Mawuko and the Ogya World Music Band at 7 p.m. Happy hour starts at 6 p.m. Concessions, beer, and wine will be available. Admission is $12.50 for adults and $6.50 for children ages 12 and under. Tickets must be purchased at least 24 hours in advance as no walkups are permitted. To purchase tickets, call the CTC box office at 267-8534 or go online at TheatreCentre.com.

Sept. 25-Oct. 11

Chattanooga Theatre Centre presents Having Our Say: The Delany Sister's First 100 Years, a heartwarming, two-person play by Emily Mann adapted from a bestselling book that reveals the oral history of two African-American civil rights pioneers who were born in the late 19th century. Details on the safety protocols we will follow can be found at TheatreCentre.com/SafetyCTC. Due to limited seating, tickets are recommended to be purchased well in advance. For safety purposes, tickets must be purchased at last 24 hours before performances as no walk-ups are permitted. For tickets, call the box office at  267-8534 (Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.) or visit TheatreCentre.com.

Oct. 4

Toby Mac - The Theatre Tour at the Tivoli Theatre. 6 p.m. Tickets are $102.75, $72.75, $52.75, $42.75 and $28 (plus applicable fees) and available here.

Oct. 17

Here Come The Mummies will perform from the mound of AT&T Field for Chattanooga’s first physically distanced live show of this size since spring. HCTM will headline the show at 8 p.m. with Bonn E Maiy opening at 7 p.m.  This show will follow the public safety mandates set forth by the Hamilton County mayor and the Hamilton County Health Department. General admission seating will be designated by the number of people in a group and established for maintaining a physical distance from other groups. Ushers will assist fans with seating their groups when needed. Buy your tickets at http://www.mummies2020.com/. General admission is $25.  VIP tables and suites are available as well.  756-2212.

Nov. 6-22

Chattanooga Theatre Centre presents Kenneth Lonergan’s acclaimed Broadway hit Lobby Hero, a blend of comedy, drama, and romance that follows a luckless young security guard who is drawn into a murder investigation. Details on the safety protocols we will follow can be found at TheatreCentre.com/SafetyCTC. Due to limited seating, tickets are recommended to be purchased well in advance. For safety purposes, tickets must be purchased at last 24 hours before performances as no walk-ups are permitted. For tickets, call the box office at  267-8534 (Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.) or visit TheatreCentre.com.

Dec. 4-20

Chattanooga Theatre Centre presents It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry. Frank Capra’s beloved holiday classic film is adapted for the stage as a 1940’s radio broadcast, with an ensemble cast of five playing a few dozen characters to tell the story of the idealistic George Bailey. Details on the safety protocols we will follow can be found at TheatreCentre.com/SafetyCTC. Due to limited seating, tickets are recommended to be purchased well in advance. For safety purposes, tickets must be purchased at last 24 hours before performances as no walk-ups are permitted. For tickets, call the box office at  267-8534 (Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.) or visit TheatreCentre.com.

Dec. 5

Chicago comes to Memorial Auditorium at 8 p.m. Tickets are $149.50, $124.50, $99.50 and $74.50 (plus applicable fees) and available here.

JAN. 7, 2021

Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn will be performing at Walker Theatre at 8 p.m. Tickets are $45 and $35 and available here

Feb. 20, 2021

Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin will perform at Walker Theater at 8 p.m. Tickets are $65 and $50 and available here. This show was originally set for April 11, 2020. Fans should hold on to their tickets as they will be valid for the rescheduled performance date. Please check out https://knoxbijou.org/covid-19-statement/ for more information.


Georgia Only Has 3 New COVID Deaths; 1,145 New Cases

Latest Hamilton County Arrest Report

Hamilton County Has No New COVID Deaths And 69 New Cases


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The number of new COVID-19 cases in Hamilton County on Saturday is 69. The new total is 9,188. There have been no more deaths, said the county Health Department, for a total of 91. Tennessee ... (click for more)



Breaking News

Georgia Only Has 3 New COVID Deaths; 1,145 New Cases

Georgia state health officials reported on Sunday there have been an additional three deaths due to the coronavirus. The new total is 6,602. There were 1,145 new cases as that total reached 306,155 confirmed cases of coronavirus. Hospitalizations are at 27,377, up 39 from Saturday. Here are the numbers by county: Catoosa County: 1,101 cases, up 5; 17 deaths; ... (click for more)

Latest Hamilton County Arrest Report

Here is the latest Hamilton County arrest report: ALLEN, CONNETRIA 4903 CAMERON LN CHATTANOOGA, 37411 Age at Arrest: 29 years old Arresting Agency: Walden POSS. OF HANDGUN WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA EXTRACTING MARIJUANA CONCENTRATE BLOCKING OR IMPEDING THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE --- ANDERSON, NATASHA RENEE ... (click for more)

Opinion

From Exclusion To Inclusion: The Need For A New Chattanooga Way

Executive Summary: A New Chattanooga Way The Chattanooga renaissance that local leaders brag about took almost 40 years to reach fruition. It took risk. It took vision. It took billions of dollars. The physical renaissance is a farce if it fails to lift all Chattanoogans. The evidence in this report suggests the renaissance is incomplete. A New Chattanooga Way would include ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: My New Best Friend

I have found my instincts for measuring up people have served me well. This isn’t to say I pass judgement on anyone, but I’m pretty good about knowing which ones not to make any eye contact with. I’ve learned people who act strange usually turn out to be strange. A kook on Monday is still a kook on Sunday, and there simply ain’t no cure for stupid. I also avoid braggarts and those ... (click for more)

Sports

UTC Netters Earn 6-0 Doubles Mark At Central Arkansas Invitational

he University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's tennis team closed out the Central Arkansas Fall Invite with a 6-0 mark in doubles action today. The Mocs finished the first tournament of the season with a 6-3 record in doubles and 12-7 mark in singles. Freshman Jessie Young and junior Bogdana Zaporozhets teamed up a No. 1 to post wins over Louisiana-Monroe and Missouri State. ... (click for more)

McCreadie Denies Owens $30,000 Victory In Nebraska; Marlar Takes $20,059 Home To West Tennessee

Tim McCreadie (# 39) of Watertown, N.Y. beat Tennessean Jimmy Owens with four laps to spare Saturday night to win the I-80 Nationals worth $30,000. T-Mac's ceremoniously beating of his roof top was met by thunderous applause at I-80 Speedway as fans loudly approved of the fist pumped high in the air in Victory Lane. McCreadie was the last of four different race leaders that had ... (click for more)