Arts

By BARRY COURTER

When Erskine Peoples, 82, first arrived in Chattanooga as a 22-year-old high school music teacher, Ninth Street, or the Big 9, as it was fondly called, was in full swing. A half-dozen clubs thrived in the five-block area between Foster Street, near where Memo's Grill still sits today, and the ...

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By SUSAN PIERCE

Sometimes what you're searching for is right under your nose -- but you don't realize it until it's gone.

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By STAFF REPORT

Three Lee University senior art majors are displaying their work through Friday, May 9, at the Museum Center at Five Points in Cleveland, Tenn.

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Digital scenes of Chattanooga edited on an iPad app are on display at Sewn to the Sky.

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The Hunter Museum of American Art, 10 Bluff View, will present a trunk show Saturday, April 19, featuring Jewelry by Christina, crafted by award-winning local jewelry designer Christina Seifert Glidden.

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Teens and tweens are invited to come hang out at the Chattanooga Public Library, 1001 Broad St., from 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 19, for a creativity session called "Megan Makes Stuff -- Life-Sized Self-Portraits."

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The Photographic Society of Chattanooga has opened its fifth annual Scenic City International Photo Exhibition for submissions. SCIPE is recognized by the Photographic Society of America's Projected Image Division.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

In high school, there was a time when, like many word-loving students (read: nerds), I briefly fancied myself a poet. I filled journals with rondeaux and cinquains, with haiku and sonnets. I showed them to my parents and read them, perhaps overly proudly, in my creative-writing class.

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Theater, dance, visual art and film.

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By BARRY COURTER

Artist Alexa Lett says getting her own workspace away from her home may have saved her marriage.

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