What a difference a bunch of lackluster reviews make.
As the term implies, B-films are Hollywood's second-stringers, the low-budget afterthoughts that are beloved mostly because of their often-glaring rough edges. They aren't supposed to be in the spotlight.
The Chattanooga Chapter of Freedom's Foundation honored youth and adult award winners with a recent reception at Collegedale City Hall.
A new set piece that debuted with the latest production is expected to revolutionize future shows at the South Jackson Civic Center in Tullahoma, Tenn.
Q: Dad, do some companies really check out the Facebook pages of people applying for jobs?
Sam Trapnell hopes to be gainfully employed one day but, as of now, there are no offers.
It is beginning to look and sound a lot like Christmas with the Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s production of “A Christmas Story: The Musical.” The stage version of the classic movie captures the energy and magical whimsy of the holiday season with its heartwarming story of family.
Darrell Patterson has spent the last three months cataloging and watching 760 3/4-inch video tapes (the old-school, pre-digital kind about the size of a decent Webster’s dictionary). That’s almost 1,000 hours worth of stories he’s presented during his nearly 40-year career at WTVC-TV 9.
On a magical afternoon in July 2003, my wife and I joined a throng in Westminster Hall in London to hear 85-year-old Nelson Mandela.
Q: My daughter has asthma; does it help to run a humidifier?
By the time the holiday season arrives, most bands are worn out from a busy fall touring season and are looking for a place to hang their stockings. The Infamous Stringdusters, on the other hand, are gearing up for a busy first half of 2014.
When it comes to following her arrow, straight-shooting Kacey Musgraves is the Katniss Everdeen of songwriters.
In 2010, after a lifetime of nomadic moves around the country — Milwaukee, New Orleans, New York City — Greg Tardy landed in Knoxville to teach jazz at the University of Tennessee. A globetrotting saxophonist with international performing experience, Tardy says his musical approach is impacted by every place he lands.
Roueche Chorale presents 15th Christmas service
Nearly 60 singers and 25 musicians will combine their talents to present the Roueche Chorale’s inspirational Candlelight Service of Lessons and Carols for its 15th year.
Miller-Motte Technical College will be a place of extremes Saturday, Dec. 14, with its second annual Winter Fest promising frozen precip and a hot young talent.