Ray Bassett

Editorial Director

Ray is the host and producer of Scenic Roots, weekdays at 3 PM ET on WUTC.

More about him here:  https://bit.ly/37vm79T

ray-bassett@utc.edu  
423-425-2224

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The E-Nose prototype, at left
bioworld.com

A Chattanooga firm is working with NASA on a device that could be connected to your smartphone to detect COVID-19 in your breath.

It is called the “E-Nose.”

 


Chattanooga’s Miller Plaza
visitchattanooga.com

After more than a year of the pandemic, we are hearing more about the return of live music festivals this summer - and into the fall - here in Chattanooga and the Tennessee Valley.

 


  • The return of live music festivals in Chattanooga and beyond.
  • A prototype device that could sniff out COVID-19 in your breath.
  • Barking Legs Theater:  Guitarist Alan Shikoh, Part II.
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”

 


Gaslight Street
isisasheville.com

Richard Winham shares the second half of a virtual set by Gaslight Street - a Southern soul band from Charleston, SC - for the Mountain Spirit Acoustic Series at the Isis Music Hall in Asheville, NC.


CASA of Bradley and Polk Counties is a nonprofit based in Cleveland that trains volunteers for the local court system to speak for children who have suffered abuse and neglect.

“CASA” stands for “Court-Appointed Special Advocates.”

 


Candy Johnson
Urban League of Greater Chattanooga

The Urban League of Greater Chattanooga aims to empower African Americans and other underserved individuals to enter the mainstream.

This year, the League created a new Center for Equity and Inclusive Leadership to transform how the community addresses its racial and economic disparities.


  • Candy Johnson of The Urban League of Greater Chattanooga.
  • Christopher Janetzko, Lois and Gerald Crawford of CASA BP.
  • Mountain Spirit Acoustic Series:  Gaslight Street, Part II.
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”


The Moon Change Quartet
The Moon Change Quartet

Richard Winham shares a session by The Moon Change Quartet, recorded live downtown at The Chattanooga Public Library.


Dr. Bryan Johnson - the superintendent of Hamilton County Schools - the next guest on “The A List with Alison Lebovitz" - Thursday, May 21st at 8:30 PM on WTCI PBS.

 


From "Power, Passion & Pose"
Hunter Museum

“Power, Passion & Pose” is a new photo exhibition at Chattanooga’s Hunter Museum.

The images by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory feature ballet dancers, often in vintage or modern fashions, from around the world - with costumes alongside the photos.

 


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