Scenic Roots

"Dialogues" Of A Chattanooga Filmmaker

18 hours ago

Robert Winslow makes documentaries that ask the big questions about Chattanooga’s future to spark civic engagement in tackling the answers.

Last month, his series “Dialogues Chattanooga 2020” premiered at The Palace Theater - and recently, he stopped by “Scenic Roots”...

Scenic Roots - Fri 2/07/20

18 hours ago

  • Filmmaker Robert Winslow on his "Dialogues 2020" series in Chatttanooga.
  • Mike Gray & Bob Boyer on River City Sessions, featuring Stringer's Ridge.
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of "Scenic Roots."

Ray Bassett is the host of "Scenic Roots" - produced by Haley Solomon, Karley Dodson and Will Davis.

The Plug Poetry Project Looks Ahead

19 hours ago

Christian J. Collier created “The Plug Poetry Project” to honor and grow the poetry community here in Chattanooga.

Soaring The Heights To Win Glider Gold

19 hours ago

Last month, Sarah Arnold won the first-ever gold for Team USA in the 2020 Women’s World Gliding Championship in Australia.

Exploring Responsibility At Ensemble Theatre

19 hours ago

A week from tomorrow night, Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga opens its 2020 season - with the Stephen Sondheim musical “Assassins.”

Scenic Roots - Thu 2/06/20

19 hours ago

  • Garry Lee Posey & Christy Gallo on Ensemble Theatre's 2020 season.
  • Anna Baker-VanCura & Melissa Meade on Ballet Tennessee's Legacy Gala.
  • Christian J. Collier on Jose Olivarez coming to The Plug Poetry Project.
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of "Scenic Roots."

Ray Bassett is the host of "Scenic Roots" - produced by Haley Solomon, Karley Dodson and Will Davis.


 

Restoring The American Chestnut

21 hours ago
UTC

Here on the UTC campus, Dr. Hill Craddock will tell you plenty about the American chestnut.

The Scottsboro Boys Museum, Ten Years On

21 hours ago

Ten years ago, the Scottsboro Boys Museum and Cultural Center opened in Alabama.

The museum remembers the nine black teenagers wrongfully convicted of raping two white women while traveling through Jackson County, Alabama by train in 1931.

Looking Back At "The Six-Triple-Eight"

21 hours ago

“The Six-Triple-Eight” is an award-winning documentary that tells the story of the only all-black female unit to serve overseas during World War II.

The women of the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion trained at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia before shipping out in February 1945 to serve in Birmingham, England - and Paris.

Scenic Roots - Weds 2/05/20

21 hours ago

  • Chris McKeever on the documentary "The Six-Triple-Eight."
  • Sheila Washington on The Scottsboro Boys Museum.
  • UTC Professor Hill Craddock on saving the American chestnut.
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of "Scenic Roots."

Ray Bassett is the host of "Scenic Roots" - produced by Haley Solomon, Karley Dodson and Will Davis.

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