Chattanooga Times Free Press music reporter Casey Phillips spoke with Greg Flamm, founder/guitarist of Chicago-based U2 tribute band, Vertigo USA, about U2’s upcoming album, meeting Bono and what makes for a good tribute experience.
A familiar face was on the practice field at Baptist Sports Park as the Tennessee Titans closed training camp Wednesday, as Steve McNair paid a visit to his former club.
In one short school year, Ooltewah High School coach Norma Nelson has seen some of the best — and the worst — of her students.
Big River Grille opened its doors 15 years ago and became the first restaurant in the city to offer beer brewed in-house. And today, it remains the only one to do so, though others have opened across the South, including Big River’s expansion into the
A capsule look at the eight teams competing in the College World Series, which starts Saturday at Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Neb. (coaches’ records at current schools through super regionals):
Despite tens of thousands of people flocking downtown for the Riverbend Festival, Greyfriar’s, a coffee shop on Broad Street, closes down about five hours earlier this week.
As families look to cut expenses in tough economic times, the rite of summer camp isn’t one of them.
The barbecue pits are already smoking along M.L. King Boulevard, and lucky lunchers might be able to find a vendor or two already willing to sell a taste of tonight’s Bessie Smith Strut.
Festival-goers will have a chance to do something constructive at this year’s Riverbend.
No one recalls exactly how or from where it came — except for a few “Marietta Manufacturing 1953” markings — but it’s been center stage at the Riverbend Festival for almost 25 years. Actually, the 196-foot long by 50-foot wide barge is the music extravaganza’s center stage.