Families across the Tennessee Valley and North Georgia will sit down today to give thanks for food, family, shelter, good health and employment — blessings that might not be verbally expressed any other day of the year besides Thanksgiving.
Imagine a 5-year-old boy from a single-parent home in public housing. He has no prior exposure to books and no one has had time or skills to read to him.
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Up With the Joneses, above, and Danimal Planet perform at Rhythm & Brews, 221 Market St., at 9:30 tonight, Nov. 27.
Since the late 1950s, Chattanoogans have made a tradition of visiting the Hunter Museum of American Art during the holidays to look at beautifully decorated Christmas trees and mantels. That tradition continues beginning Friday, Nov. 28, with the annual Holidays at the Hunter.
Dalton Little Theatre will offer a Charlie Brown double feature — the Round Headed Kid squared — as its next production. “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and “A Charlie Brown Christmas” open tonight, Nov. 27, and will run for two weekends.
Benefit concert supports Children's Advocacy Center
Carrie Underwood introduced him as “country music’s best friend” at this month’s Country Music Association Awards, but Vince Gill could also be said to carry that banner for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Hamilton County.
Brian Burnette has so much to be thankful for that he’s finding it hard to sum it all up as the year draws to a close.
Mandy Barnett, a Crossville, Tenn., native described by USA Today as one of the “finest classic country and torch singers” to come out of Nashville, will return home for a holiday concert Friday, Nov. 28, at the Cumberland County Playhouse.
Knoxville-based singer Logan Murrell will be featured in shows Friday and Saturday, Nov. 28-29, at The Foundry Lounge inside The Chattanoogan.
Clarinetist Booker T. Scruggs II will have a Christmas CD release concert at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 29
Two musical friends from Crossville, Tenn. — vocalist Shannon Libby, left, and pianist David Garrison — will present “A Modern Day Christmas” at 7 p.m. CST Tuesday, Dec. 2, at the Palace Theatre.
One of country music’s hottest new duos will headline US101’s Christmas for Kids acoustic concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, at Track 29.
Sometimes you need a giant plate of lasagna — meaty, cheesy, piping hot lasagna.