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Chattanooga has no shortage of attractions
Sunday - March 27, 2011
Not content to be known only for the Choo-Choo, Chattanooga has made use of its resources to add attractions for its wide array of residents and visitors. Read more
New, improved restaurants hit Chattanooga market
Sunday - March 27, 2011
Chattanooga’s restaurant scene continues to grow. Greg Adkins, CEO of the Tennessee Hospitality Association, said restaurant owners across the area are reporting business gains in 2011. Read more
All music types thrive on city stages
Sunday - March 27, 2011
From dozens of karaoke venues and steamy nightclub jazz spots to underground indie and alt-rock clubs, there’s seemingly a venue for every musical genre in Chattanooga. Read more
Chattanooga remains hub for festivals
Sunday - March 27, 2011
Located within a two-hour drive of several major cities in the Southeast, the Chattanooga region hosts dozens of annual festivals. Read more
City hosts big, small, unique museums
Sunday - March 27, 2011
Museums — big, small, weird and wonderful — dot the landscape in Chattanooga, and many offer affordable ways to see their wares. Read more
Visual arts flourish
Sunday - March 27, 2011
Chattanooga has a rich history of supporting art galleries and museums. Below is a list of some of the more prominent visual arts venues around the city. Read more
A cup of Joe
Sunday - March 27, 2011
Chattanooga is a city built on industry, but everyone knows that industry runs on caffeine. Fortunately, Chattanoogans can fuel up at one of the city’s many area coffee shops. Read more
Movie theaters
Sunday - March 27, 2011
Many options for a little retail therapy
Sunday - March 27, 2011
There’s no shortage of places to shop in the Chattanooga area. Read more
Area venue contact information
Sunday - March 27, 2011
Riding popularity grows amid challenging terrain
Sunday - March 27, 2011
The bicycling community in the Chattanooga area has grown significantly in recent years with many organized rides for road and mountain bike riders of all ability levels. Read more
Parks: What’s old will be new
Sunday - March 27, 2011
In 2010, work began to take one of the oldest settled areas in the region and turn it into the area’s newest national park. Read more
Accessible outdoors
Sunday - March 27, 2011
For thrill seekers, nature lovers or sports enthusiasts, the mountains and waterways surrounding Chattanooga are a playground of endless potential. Read more
Creeks, river, lakes — where to launch
Sunday - March 27, 2011
Whether you prefer to boat, canoe, kayak or standup paddleboard, the creeks, lakes and river in the immediate area provide plenty of opportunities to enjoy your hobby. Read more
Hunting, fishing paradise
Sunday - March 27, 2011
Hunting and fishing have long been a big part off outdoors life in Chattanooga and the tri-state area, and many area residents head to the woods, lakes and streams each year in search of a trophy kill or catch. Read more