George Masa emigrated to this country from Japan in the early 1900’s - and eventually, he settled in Asheville, North Carolina. A self-taught photographer, Masa and Horace Kephart played a role in the creation of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Brent Martin is the author of a new book, “George Masa’s Wild Vision: A Japanese Immigrant Imagines Western North Carolina,” published by Hub City Press.
A century ago this fall, what we now call the United Way of Greater Chattanooga was born. Today, the nonprofit facilitates giving through 14,000 donors and nearly 300 companies across six counties in the Tennessee Valley. United Way partners with more than 40 nonprofits to meet needs here in the Greater Chattanooga area - and its impact can be felt on our own campus, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Richard Winham shares a session from Alicia Gail - the Nashville-based songwriter who blends classic blues with indie folk as Nightingail - performing live at The Woodshop on St. Elmo Avenue in Chattanooga. (First aired January 2022)