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Pride and Places in Chattanooga

In Chattanooga, we’ve got the reputation of being aggressively welcoming. And that “welcome to Chattanooga” is extended to everyone—no matter your faith, nationality, sexual orientation, or gender. With our beautiful scenic views, variety of live music and restaurants, you’re sure to find the…

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Chattanooga Coffee Shops for your Astrology Sign

Whether you buy into astrology signs or not, I bet you know your zodiac sign pretty well. For all of my astrology lovers (and skeptics) out there, why not find a local coffee shop that pairs well with your sign? We've done all the work for you and put together a list of the perfect coffee shop for…

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Planning a Whitewater Rafting Trip Around Chattanooga

When the Olympics came to Atlanta in 1996, the decision on where to hold the whitewater paddling events was an easy one—even if it did require that the athletes travel a few hours into Tennessee. The Ocoee River is considered one of the top whitewater destinations in the world—and you don’t have to…

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How to Celebrate 4th of July in Chattanooga

The hot, summer weather is officially here which means July 4th is right around the corner! Why settle for just one round of firework shows when you can pack in multiple events for 4th of July this summer? We'll add events to this list as they are confirmed! Where can I watch fireworks this year…

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Our Summer PLAYlist | Things to do this Summer

Check out Chattanooga Tourism Co. staff's summer PLAYlist! These are our go-to’s for exploring the Chattanooga area in the summer when the sun is hot, the drinks are cold, and the creeks + evening jams are just beckoning you to visit. And who knows, you just might discover some hits you want to put…

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How to Celebrate Juneteenth in Chattanooga

Juneteenth, The Oldest Holiday Posted by Chattanooga Festival of Black Arts & Ideas on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 Juneteenth, observed annually on June 19, is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. The holiday is also known as Jubilee Day…

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CHA Spotlight: Chattanooga Theatre Centre

Chattanooga Theatre Centre Who: Anyone who loves the theater and the performing arts. What: The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is one of the largest and oldest centers of its kind in the southeast. Surviving the Great Depression and two World Wars. When: Check out great theatrical productions…

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Sporting Events to Catch this Summer

Whether you’re participating in an event or cheering on an athlete, Chattanooga has all the sports you need. From Chattanooga Lookouts baseball to Ironman, here’s our guide to the can't-miss sporting events happening this summer. Chattanooga Football Club Soccer Games March 26 - October 15 The…

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Chattanooga's Sounds of Summer

The weather is warmer and the nights are longer - spring and summer have arrived. With the changing of the seasons comes an amazing array of festivals in the Scenic City. From the riverfront to the Southside, and everywhere in between, there are a variety of ways to enjoy live music in Chattanooga…

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