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Monster Movie in Miller Park March 28, 2019

​Join the Chattanooga Film Festival, River City Company and A Step Ahead Chattanooga for a free film screening in Miller Park of the classic monster movie "Creature from the Black Lagoon" on Saturday, April 13th at 8pm.

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City Beats: A Day of Music March 12, 2019

Last March, you joined us for Beats on the Blvd. This March, join us for City Beats. It's the same concept -  a Saturday of buskers on the block, food, fun and music from local artists like DLY2 Music, C-Grimey, Mary Loves Jazz and more. But for this year, we're hosting in the Passageways alley - Cooper's Alley and surrounding businesses on Saturday, March 30. 

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Alley Hour: It's Happy Hour- in an Alley March 12, 2019

On the first Thursdays of the month this spring, check out Chattanooga’s newest reason to be happy at Alley Hour sponsored by HUTTON, Market City Center, Tinker Ma and Lamp Post Properties. Between work and play, there is Alley Hour where live music will fill Cooper’s Alley, businesses along the corridor will feature alley hour specials and you can even make a personalized koozie.

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Ballet in the Park at Miller Park March 12, 2019

Come grab a food truck lunch and let the kids have an interactive experience in a free creative movement class followed by a performance from the Chattanooga Ballet starting at noon on Sunday, March 31.  

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Need to Convince Someone to Retire to the Scenic City?  March 12, 2019

Chattanooga has been favorably ranked on a lot of lists lately. Whether it’s Lonely Planet telling readers we are a “US Destination You Need to See” or CNBC calling Chattanooga one of the “Best Cities for Start Ups,” these flattering lists are fun to see. But, how does Chattanooga compare as a place to spend your golden years? Is Chattanooga a good place to retire?

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Passageways Alley Featured in The Architect's Newspaper  March 12, 2019

"The result of City Thread is a new kind of city block for Chattanooga, one that puts pedestrians first and gives way to informal and planned opportunities for social connection." 

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