Phyllis Williams doesn't shy away from parties, and she loves nothing more than showing up for a sporting event.
Q: Dad, what's the secret to staying married for so long?
Mail Chimp grins at Beth Kirby, who’s unsure whether the primate is taunting or reassuring her on the computer screen.
This year marks the centenary for the outbreak of World War I, the first shots fired on Aug. 28, 1914.
Q: What is a common cause of vision loss from diabetes?
Christians United for Israel, said to be the largest pro-Israel organization in the United States with more than 1.75 million members, will join with churches in North Georgia and Southeast Tennessee tonight, Nov. 13, for “A Night To Honor Israel” at the Colonnade in Ringgold, Ga.
Here is list of festivals and craft shows happening in the next six days, Nov. 13-18.
The Southern Lit Alliance’s So Lit Book Club will present “An Evening With Tony Earley” from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. today, Nov. 13, at GreenSpaces, 63 E. Main St. Earley, an English professor at Vanderbilt University, will read from his books, which include the August release “Mr. Tall: A Novella and Stories.”
What’s up with the elves this week?
There are still multiple ways to celebrate the 175th anniversary of Chattanooga’s incorporation, but the big birthday bash is scheduled 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15, at Coolidge Park, 150 River St.
Event a warm-up to frozen ‘Winter Wonders’ exhibit
Creative Discovery Museum rolls out its next seasonal exhibit with the best news that kids can get during the school year: Snow Day!
The American Alpine Club’s Southeast Chapter will welcome a world-renowned ice climber, kayaker and paraglider during a three-day expo for outdoor enthusiasts.
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park will partner with Chattanooga National Cemetery for a program of Civil War-related stories at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15.
To some, the idea of a comically absurd opera probably seems counter to the stuffy stereotypical description of the art form. Clearly, those people are unfamiliar with the work of Gilbert & Sullivan.
Two groups in the region are scheduled for Tellabration, a worldwide celebration of storytelling held each November since 1988.