Track 29 to host Modest Mouse

Aaron Chowdhury, Chattanooga, Tenn., — Many Chattanoogans will “Float On” this March as Modest Mouse comes to Track 29. The same day tickets for Modest Mouse hit the box office they also sold out. Many notable artists and bands such as Juicy J, All American Rejects, Arctic Monkeys and other artists have also performed concerts […]

Zumbathon champions heart health with cardio, donations

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Students participate in the third annual UTC Zumbathon.

Claire Peeler, Chattanooga, Tenn., — The ARC encouraged students to “dance their hearts out” to raise awareness for heart disease during their 3rd annual Zumbathon. The ARC partnered with the American Heart Association and Go Red for Women for the 3-hour zumba party that happened on Tuesday, Feb. 24. The purpose of the charity event was […]

Critic’s Corner: Jose Gonzalez “Vestiges & Claws”

Julia Weber, Chattanooga, Tenn., — Swedish born singer-songwriter, Jose Gonzalez, possesses a certain talent for illustrating life’s complexity in the most simplistic of ways in “Vestiges & Claws.” The newly released album is nothing short of perfection, something Gonzalez seemingly tackled unchallenged. My first impression was that of appreciation, I finally found music that I […]

The Playlist: clementine

Compiled by Madison Baldwin, Chattanooga, Tenn., — The Playlist is a weekly column bringing you endless combinations of your favorite classics, new, and local music. Go listen at 1. Angus and Julia Stone – “Chandelier” The Stone siblings flawlessly cover this      track by Sia. 2. Mapei – “Don’t Wait” A light and […]

UTC Communication department premieres Photo Night

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“Odetta plays at Riverbend” will be a featured photo at Photo Night.

Sara Serkownek, Chattanooga, Tenn., — A special feature of this year’s Communications Week is Photo Night, March 4, which will feature prominent photographers on staff and among the student body. In the photography world, Photo Nights are on opportunity for photographers to gather and critique each other’s work. However, the Photo Night at will allow the […]

Weekly Highlights: Feb. 24 – 28

Information compiled by Hayden Seay and Madison Baldwin– Around town Thursday, Feb. 26 What: Smooth Dialects with Marbin Where: Rhythm and Brews When: 9 p.m. Cost: $7 Friday, Feb. 27 What: Jordan Hallquist Where: World of Beer When: 9 p.m.-1 a.m. What: Into the Woods Where: Chattanooga Theatre Center When: 8-10:30 p.m. Cost: $12.50-$30 Saturday, Feb. […]

Local bar expands menu, facility


Hayden Seay, Chattanooga, Tenn., — The Bitter Alibi has plans to open up a new breakfast restaurant while expanding their beer and liquor menu. The bar opened last year when the space went up for sale. Jason Bowers and Matt Skudlarek liked the space, bought it and opened the Bitter Alibi. “It was originally a coffee […]

The Playlist: snow daze

Madison Baldwin, Chattanooga, Tenn., —  The Playlist is a weekly column bringing you endless combinations of your favorite classics, new, and local music. Go listen at 1. Title Fight – “Murder Your Memory” Soft vocals give this track an eerie sound. 2. Joyce Manor – “Falling in Love Again” Barry Johnson’s vocals make this […]

Critic’s Corner: Drake “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late”

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Claire Peeler, Chattanooga, Tenn., — Most of us know Drake by his catchy lyrics and beats that you can’t help but dance to that are often repeatedly played on the radio station, but it is very clear that Drake is done singing about the club on a Tuesday on his new album “If You’re Reading This […]

Preview: JJ’s Bohemia to host local artist compilation

JJ’s Bohemia is located at 231 East Martin Luther King Boulevard.

Julia Weber, Chattanooga, Tenn., — A hole in the wall venue presents an off-the-wall show. JJ’s Bohemia is hosting an unforgettable mix of “wizard rapping” and funky electronic beats at the show this Saturday featuring soCro, Kindora, Rock Floyd and LiL iFFy. Located right off campus on E. MLK Boulevard, JJ’s provides the perfect escape […]