In a beautiful service last Sunday morning, Bishop Richard C. Looney was recognized as Bishop in Residence at First Centenary United Methodist Church.
• The Chattanooga High School Class of 1949 reunion will be held today. For more information, contact Billie Foli at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423-886-3179.
The Greater Collegedale Amateur Radio Club is registering participants for two Technician amateur radio license classes.
Tuesday is the first day of autumn and, with the prospect of warm days, cool nights and absurdly colorful foliage just around the corner, plenty of people will load up their backpacks and head into the woods.
Q: Dad, I know I'm the new person on staff, but how do I get more hours?
ArtsBuild welcomed 36 class members into its Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute during a recent reception at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre.
To date, the National Football League has appeared to treat charges of domestic violence against players as a matter of public relations. Three recent episodes highlight the issue.
Bless her heart. Like thousands of others, Julia Fowler is living in Los Angeles, trying to find steady work as an actress with a resume that also lists writing, producing and directing skills.
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EmiSunshine, a 10-year-old Americana/gospel artist from Madisonville, Tenn., will perform Sunday, Sept. 21, in a benefit for the Monroe Area Council for the Arts’ arts-in-education programs and Hiwassee Performing Arts Center, the venue for the 3:30 p.m. show. HPAC is on the campus of Hiwassee College, 225 Hiwassee College Drive, Madisonville, Tenn.
The 13 festivals opening this weekend offer a variety of scenic backdrops to appeal to festivalgoers, ranging from historic mansions to the Smoky Mountains.
For musicians who are used to having complete creative control, the concept of letting someone else into the songwriting process can be off-putting or even distressing.
Programs commemorating the 151st anniversary of the Battle of Chickamauga run today through Sunday, Sept. 18-21, at the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, 3370 LaFayette Road in Fort Oglethorpe.
The Beaters, who for 29 years have been Chattanooga’s dance/party band, will perform a free concert Saturday, Sept. 20 at Camp Jordan as part of the new Camp Jordan Jams series.
Football, festivals and corn mazes — three sure signs fall has arrived.