Scenic Roots

Lawrence Miller and Michael Miller
StoryCorps / WUTC

Lawrence Miller talks to his son Michael about Michael’s great grandfather immigrating from Mexico to work in the American automobile industry.


Forever Bluegrass: The Barbaric Yawps

Mar 30, 2020

The Barbaric Yawps are an eclectic acoustic band with a unique style steeped in the roots of bluegrass and traditional string music. 

Supporting Artists Out Of Work During COVID-19

Mar 30, 2020

Among those struggling due to the COVID-19 shutdowns are working artists who lost their jobs and whose gigs were canceled.

A Northside Nonprofit Adjusts To The Coronavirus

Mar 30, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the work of those helping others.

 

Northside Neighborhood House provides basic needs and education to people north of the river here in Chattanooga.

Rallying Around #StaySmartHamilton

Mar 30, 2020

While the Hamilton County Schools are closed due to COVID-19, students are continuing their learning from home.

 

Last week, businesses in the Chattanooga area committed 100,000 dollars to buy Chromebooks for those students who need support.

Scenic Roots - Mon 3/30/20

Mar 30, 2020

  • Chattanooga 2.0's Molly Blankenship on #StaySmartHamilton.
  • Rachel Gammon of Northside Neighborhood House.
  • ArtsBuild's James McKissic - and:  Welcome Richard Winham!
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of "Scenic Roots."

Sharing The Story Of "Resilient Threads"

Mar 27, 2020

At a time when so many of us are overwhelmed, Dr. Mukta Panda has a story to share.

 

She is a professor and assistant dean for wellbeing and medical student education at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine at Chattanooga.

Coping & Caring With Medicine & Music In Dalton

Mar 27, 2020

Our own Richard Winham also spoke yesterday with a man in Dalton, Georgia who wears many hats while helping others: Thom Brown of The DEO Clinic and WoodSongs Dalton.


A Money Lifeline For Service Workers

Mar 27, 2020

Our own Richard Winham has been talking to a few people about how the coronavirus has affected their lives - and how to help.

Our Jobs, Our Businesses And The Coronavirus

Mar 27, 2020
Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce

With lightning speed, the coronavirus pandemic has brutally disrupted our economy, forcing businesses to close and people to lose their jobs.

The layoffs have hit people hard here as they have elsewhere - while business leaders encounter new and uncertain terrain.

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