Tossed & Found
Normally, you can't go wrong with a chocolate dessert -- chocolate cake, brownies, chocolate chip ice cream -- but those choices may seem a little heavy when it's warm outside and you've already stuffed down a hamburger, potato salad, baked beans, slaw and chips.
Good morning, June readers. We have one new request and some repeat requests from an April assortment. Brainerd Anonymous wants some guidance about purchasing sea salt. Readers continue to watch for vegetable curries, baked goods made with almond paste and sweet egg-y yeast breads.
Congratulations are in order for Erik Niel, owner/chef of Easy Bistro and Bar, for his nomination as one of the country's top culinary talents in the inaugural edition of "Best Chefs America."
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, June 21, for a Chattanooga stop on Bryan Adams’ The Bare Bones Tour, a series of solo, acoustic shows by the rock singer.
If you see a little ant about the size of a baby's freckle crawling around your kitchen, kill it (sorry, Buddhists).
"Every song needs at least one zinger," Vance Bulla told me in my earliest days in Nashville.
NASHVILLE — Ozzy Osbourne and the members of Black Sabbath worked hard to create a dark aura around their band in the late 1960s, laying down a proto-metal blueprint for a legion of groups to follow.
Jason Thoms hopped in his 1990 Mazda Miata at the first of this month and drove 2,000 miles round-trip from New York to Cleveland, Tenn., to sing just two performances with the new Tennessee Chamber Chorus.
LISA DENTON: Barry, I figure that, as long as we're in the habit of getting off the couch every night of the week thanks to Riverbend, we should keep that trend going.
It's summer and folks are heading to water for a break from the heat and humidity.
Readers of the Times Free Press were asked to send their favorite memory of their father for Father's Day. The responses run the gamut, from helping with math to playing guitar to simply being the "rock" of the family.
Though he has always appreciated the natural beauty of East Tennessee, Jim Caldwell says it wasn’t until he developed a passion for photography that he started seeing in a new light.
I remember when telephone books were as crucial to the reporters' craft as spiral notebooks and Marlboros.
Several years ago, a greeting card company donated Mother's Day cards to prison inmates to send to their mothers.
Recently a friend was telling me about a conversation he had with a demanding customer.