Judged solely by its opening monologue, locally produced radio serial "Horace Kentucky's Chronal Detective Agency" sounds like just another boilerplate noir drama stapled together by a series of cliches.
Entrepreneur Don Lepard will be honored as the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Distinguished Alumnus during the annual Legends and Leaders Banquet on Friday night, April 25, at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. Lepard is founder and chief executive officer of Global Green Lighting.
You’ve spent months planning that spring break trip to Florida, making lists of what to take, where you will stay, who will be traveling with you and what you will do when you get there.
Among the happiest days of my early boyhood were visits with my Grandfather Reed to the train depot in Gainesville, Ga.
Q: I’m about to begin treatment for breast cancer, and I’m concerned about “chemo brain.” Is this real? How long does it last? Are there any steps I can take to combat its effects?
In high school, there was a time when, like many word-loving students (read: nerds), I briefly fancied myself a poet. I filled journals with rondeaux and cinquains, with haiku and sonnets. I showed them to my parents and read them, perhaps overly proudly, in my creative-writing class.
Chattanooga-area residents can commemorate Easter in ways secular and sacred. Here are some of the celebrations with kids in mind.
Elmer Fudd might consider them wascally, but the folks at Chattanooga Zoo feel diff-wently.
It's not just spring that's sprouting on Lookout Mountain. Rock City Gardens gets even greener this weekend with the return of EarthDayz.
Three Lee University senior art majors are displaying their work through Friday, May 9, at the Museum Center at Five Points in Cleveland, Tenn.
Trainers from the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, a Boulder, Colo.-based nonprofit that teaches how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly, are in Chattanooga over the next few days.
It's hard to stump John Frazier when it comes to discussing music.
Saturday event includes award presentation to local teacher
Barnes & Noble, 2100 Hamilton Place, will play host to eight authors in the next three days, seven of them for a Spring Break Book Signing from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 19. The other event is at 6 tonight, April 17.
In the Staples shopping center in Hixson, just north of the intersection of Highway 153 and Hixson Pike, a little Vietnamese secret is kept.
Thin Lizzy, Judas Priest, Television and Iron Maiden all owe guitarists Andy Powell and Ted Turner a debt of gratitude.