Do you remember how much fun it was to rip all the blankets off the bed and turn them into a fort? A couple of flashlights and some pillows and you had a cool little space.
Q. Dad, I'll be 21 next week. Will my world change very much?
Baylor School senior Mimi Allison earned a perfect composite score of 36 on the ACT national college admissions exam.
Janel Ellison Webb still lives by advice her second-grade teacher at Chattanooga Valley Elementary School gave her 15 years ago.
In the late 19th century, German physician and scientist Paul Ehrlich popularized the term "magic bullet" to describe his goal of discovering a precise treatment for each infectious disease.
Q: What is causing my eyes and nose to be itchy and runny?
Grammy Award-winning artist Kristian Bush, half of the platinum-selling country duo Sugarland, will introduce fans to his voice and solo material in a live show Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Chattanooga Billiard Club East, 110 Jordan Drive, as part of US101’s High Noon Saloon monthly concert series.
As a university-trained jazz saxophonist living in New York City, Dominic Lalli experienced his fair share of living hand to mouthpiece and scrambling to find gigs.
The Chattanooga Boys Choir and Ladies of Lee at Lee University will combine for a concert on Sunday at 6 p.m. in McEwen Chapel of First Baptist Church, 401 Gateway Ave.
Chattanooga Market’s German celebration boasts bands, banquet, art and beer
Ready for a party?
When Chattanoogans had the rare chance in August to hear the Tivoli Theatre’s Mighty Wurlitzer organ played as the accompaniment to a silent movie, the response was wilder than organizers expected.
Ever wondered what it would be like to camp in downtown Chattanooga?
With a nod to Halloween, a North Georgia theater company is delving into darkness for its next stage production. Back Alley Productions will present “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” in five performances over the next two weekends.
A 14-member Chattanooga cast will offer a musical version of “The Color Purple” in two performances Saturday, Oct. 18, at the Chattanooga Choo Choo.
Screening of 'Inequality for All' looks at economic disparity
Six cities across the state are hosting the Together Tennessee film series this week to educate citizens about Question 3, one of four amendments on the November ballot.