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Shanna Forrestall And This Month’s Chattanooga Fashion Expo

Shanna Forrestall
Shanna Forrestall
Shanna Forrestall

Shanna Forrestall - “Shanna from Louisiana” - is a creative here in Chattanooga whose talents span from music to film to fashion.

At the heart of her creativity is a humanistic passion for connecting.

That passion is reflected in her artistic and consulting work - and you can hear it when she talks about her latest project: the all-new Chattanooga Fashion Expo, which runs from Thursday, November 18th through Saturday, November 20th.

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  • Shanna Forrestall on this month’s Chattanooga Fashion Expo. A virtual community experience inspired by Muhammad Ali. Talking Writing: “Dinner and the Opera” at The Granfalloon. These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
  • On Friday evening, from 6 PM to 8 PM on Zoom, WTCI PBS - our public media partner here in the Chattanooga area - will present “Muhammad Ali: What’s My Name - A Virtual Community Experience,” sponsored by WETA-TV in Washington, DC.
  • This Sunday, catch the next episode of “Chattanooga: Stronger Together” on our public media partner, WTCI PBS - hosted by Barbara Marter and Toni Miles.
  • Richard Winham speaks with emcee Harv Wileman and mezzo-soprano Neshawn Bynum Calloway about “Dinner and The Opera” at The Granfalloon on Friday, November 12th - a concert of solos and duets from the standard operas featuring four soloists from the Chattanooga and Atlanta areas, accompanied by a three-course dinner.