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"Scenic Roots" offers conversations that matter in the heart of Chattanooga and the Tennessee Valley.From the mountains to the river, our conversations are rooted deep within every corner of our community - reflecting who we are, who we were and who we can become.We engage with the news that affects our community, behind and beyond the headlines. We build bridges that span from creators and innovators to storytellers and the outdoors. We focus on our challenges as many communities in one - as we celebrate what inspires us. We resonate with countless voices - in words and spaces, sounds and songs.We are "Scenic Roots."Ray Bassett hosts and produces "Scenic Roots" at WUTC.

Scenic Roots - Thu 1/13/22

Scenic Roots - Thu 1/13/22
  • Charlie Newton with Josiah Golson on “The Black Bible.”
  • This year’s Chattacon; Artistic Civic Theatre’s Chad Daniel.
  • TEDxChattanooga: Marie Mott on “Where Do We Go From Here?”
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
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  • (aired Thu 1/13/22) Charlie Newton is an artist and a preacher. "The Black Bible" is his latest exhibition of paintings - at Stove Works in Chattanooga. I spoke with Charlie and Josiah Golson of Stove Works.
  • (aired Thu 1/13/22) Fans of sci fi and fantasy in all media - from this area and beyond, quite a few in costumes - will gather this weekend for Chattacon. This year’s convention will be held Friday through Sunday at the DoubleTree Hilton in downtown Chattanooga.
  • (aired Thu 1/13/22) In Dalton, Artistic Civic Theatre has showcased community theatre in Northwest Georgia for thirty years. While the pandemic has taken its toll on performances in the past two years, the theatre is moving forward. Chad Daniel is the Theatre's new executive director.
  • (aired Thu 1/13/22) This month on “Scenic Roots,” we are sharing the entire series of talks by community speakers, held back in November at Common House in downtown Chattanooga. The title of this talk - by activist Marie Mott - asks the same question as the title of the final book by Martin Luther King, Jr.: “Where Do We Go From Here?”