Angela Reich and Dan Norton of Color Chattanooga Pink!
Will Davis / WUTC

Color Chattanooga Pink! Brings Breast Cancer Awareness

Color Chattanooga Pink!takes place January 20-26, the week leading up to the Pink! gala that raises funds to support the MaryEllen Locher Breast Center at CHI Memorial. WUTC’s Will Davis talks to Dan Norton and Angela Reich about the week’s activities and goals.

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Author Jay Searcy Pens The Last Reunion

Michael Edward Miller

Radon Action Month 2011


Courtenay James Interview

Food Deserts in Chattanooga

Monessa Guilfoil

Chattanooga, TN – Residents in Downtown Chattanooga's Westside have been working with Chattanooga Organized for Action to bring in a grocery store to serve the 3500 residents there. Gloria Griffith, a resident of the Westside says that many of the residents are senior citizens and disabled without the mobility to walk to the nearest Buehler's Food Market downtown.

One-Man Show At Barking Legs

Julie Steele

CAFE Grants Support Local Artists

Michael Edward Miller

Chattanooga, TN – Planet Altered is one of the newest galleries in Chattanooga's South Side art district. Once a month, gallery workers set up tables and chairs inside the gallery and serve soup and bread.

Sensei Corey Green Teaches Karate to Students with Special Needs

Monessa Guilfoil

Daniel Griffith: The Man Behind Ballyhoo Motion Pictures

Michael Edward Miller

Chattanooga, TN – Sometimes, when you watch a DVD, the special features are the best part. But did you ever wonder who creates those special features? You might be surprised to learn that a Chattanooga filmmaker has made quite a few.

History Mysteries And Chattanooga Landmarks

Michael Edward Miller

Chattanooga, TN – Jennifer Crutchfield's new book is called Chattanooga Landmarks: Exploring The History Of The Scenic City. It covers more than a hundred and fifty locations--well-known locations such as the Choo Choo and the Incline, as well as newer locations such as the Ruth Holmberg Glass Bridge. Her book tells the back stories and the mysteries behind more than 150 iconic Chattanooga locations.


The Big Nine Podcast Listening Party

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