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Scenic Roots

  • (aired Fri 10/15/21) Richard Winham shares a session by Kentucky singer-songwriter Stoll Vaughan, recorded live downtown at The Chattanooga Public Library.
  • (aired Thu 10/14/21) We’re talking with people and businesses who will tell you how - in a series of conversations we call “We Are Downtown,” in collaboration with River City Company. In this conversation, we hear from Moise Baptiste, founder of TrailBlazUs Outdoors.
  • (aired Thu 10/14/21) Archeology is a hands-on endeavor. Tomorrow (10/15/21) and Saturday (10/16/21), our UTC campus will host a Paleo Skills Workshop and Lecture.
  • (aired Thu 10/14/21) “90’s by Nature” is an outdoor music party here in Chattanooga. It takes place on Saturday, October 30th - from 4:30 PM until 9:30 PM - at Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center.
  • (aired Thu 10/14/21) James McKissic is the president of ArtsBuild, the nonprofit that supports the arts here in Chattanooga and Hamilton County. I spoke with him recently about this tumultuous time for the arts and for artists - and abc@utc.
  • (aired Thu 10/14/21) Chattanooga’s Hip-Hop Week culminates with the Hip-Hop Summit on Saturday (10/16/21). But tomorrow night (10/15/21), you can see “All Souled Out” - an art exhibit curated by Keeody Gallery - at ArtsBuild, from 6 PM to 8 PM.
  • (aired Thu 10/14/21) Jody Harris on “All Souled Out”; ArtsBuild’s James McKissic. “90’s by Nature” at Reflection Riding: Prehistoric skills at UTC. We Are Downtown: Moise Baptiste of TrailBlazUs Outdoors. These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
  • (aired Weds 10/13/21) Richard Winham shares the second part of his conversation with poet and teacher Rachel Landrum Crumble.
  • (aired Thu 10/14/21) “Bleacher Bums” is described as “a comedy in nine innings” about baseball. It pays tribute to fans of the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field - set in 1977 as they root against their team’s bitter rival, the St. Louis Cardinals - fans who for generations ached for an ever-elusive World Series win.
  • (aired Weds 10/13/21) "Songs of Deliverance” tells the stories of three women and their journeys of healing from abuse, addiction and sex trafficking. They are among the women helped by Love’s Arm, a nonprofit interdenominational ministry serving Chattanooga and North Georgia for more than fifteen years.