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Scenic Roots

  • Richard Winham shares a session by singer-songwriter Mike Crowder from the Mountain Arts Community Center on Signal Mountain, TN.
  • “All Truths Will Out” - the next story from “Greater Chattanooga” at our public media partner WTCI PBS - will chronicle the process of creating the Ed Johnson Memorial near Chattanooga’s Walnut St. Bridge.
  • Last month, The Chattery - the learning nonprofit here in Chattanooga - began to offer “Arts for Older Adults”: a series of free virtual workshops in the arts for people age 65 and older, from watercolor painting to fiction writing, that runs through next month.
  • When we talk about “urban agriculture,” what do we mean? How can - and should - it play a role in local food system planning? Why are these questions crucial for the long-term resilience of cities, from the economy to public health to climate change?
  • Urban agriculture & local food for CIVIQ at Crabtree Farms. The Chattery’s Jennifer Holder & Shawanda Mason. Live At The MACC: Singer-songwriter Mike Crowder. These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
  • (aired Fri 11/12/21) Richard Winham shares performances by musicians Jesse Black, Dusty Lee and Mark Andrew, recorded live downtown at The Chattanooga Public Library.
  • (aired Thu 11/11/21) In our first conversation of this hour, Mickey McCamish told us about this year’s Wreaths Across Chattanooga. Also involved in that effort is Marty Nix of the Civil Air Patrol.
  • (aired Thu 11/11/21) How well did you really know your teachers when you were growing up? Decades ago, at the McCallie School for Boys in Chattanooga, few knew of the trauma of their beloved Bible teacher and tennis coach, John "Yo" Strang.
  • (aired Thu 11/11/21) This Veterans Day marks one hundred years since the dedication of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. The Tomb has connections to Tennessee during World War I and World War II.
  • (aired Thu 11/11/21) On this Veterans Day, we bring you a few voices from our community as Chattanooga and the Tennessee Valley honor those who have served in this country’s armed forces. We begin with Mickey McCamish, retired U.S. Navy Captain - 27 years of service.