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Scenic Roots - Thu 2/16/23

Scenic Roots - Thu 2/16/23
  • “Chattanoogans” - the art exhibit now at CHI Memorial.
  • A small-town sesquicentennial for South Pittsburg, TN.
  • At CTC, a musical adaptation of “The Color Purple.”
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
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  • Now on display for Black History Month, the Chattanoogans exhibit at CHI Memorial honors the lives of prominent African-Americans in this city. The exhibit is the work of students from our campus, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
  • Known for cast iron cookware and cornbread, the town of South Pittsburg sits in the southwestern end of the Sequatchie Valley between the Cumberland Plateau and the Tennessee River. Ben Benton looks at the town's 150th anniversary for The Chattanooga Times Free Press.
  • Internships give students the chance to learn and grow in the workplace, acquiring hands-on experience that can open the door to a job. Just ask Jaclyn York at the Decosimo Success Center at UTC's Gary W. Rollins College of Business - and Lynn Chestnutt of the TSBDC in Chattanooga.
  • For this Black History Month, Chattanooga Theatre Centre is presenting a musical adaptation of “The Color Purple,” based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker - starting Friday at 8 PM. CTC's Ric Morris is the director.