Chattanooga Market event decides what puts the 'cue' in barbecue
What puts the "cue" in barbecue?
If Jason Ross and Patty Payne turned up with arthritis from their repeat roles in “Smoke on the Mountain,” no one would be surprised.
Chances are, ostrich, octopus and oysters won't be on the grills of many Chattanooga-area residents this Memorial Day weekend.
Powell Grisham says Rock Point Community Church was looking for a certain place, while Roger Kittle says what became Alpha and Omega was looking for any place.
He's sort of a rolling stone is David Peters. Wherever he lays his hat — to paraphrase The Temptations' 1972 song — is his home.
Hamilton Baptist Church, presently meeting at the International Board of Jewish Missions on Hamill Road in Hixson, has hired Virgil L. Smith as pastor.
The Price Is Right Live! comes to Tivoli Theatre
"Come on down!"
With the sesquicentennial of the Civil War Battle of Resaca only a year away, the number of re-enactors at this weekend's 49th battle re-enactment are expected to nearly double over those on hand in 2012.
No plain ol’ mac and cheese for Linda Leake. Who’d want that?
The Krystal Chik was officially introduced in 1998, but a new book reveals the sandwich created by the Chattanooga-founded fast-food chain actually made its debut during World War II.
When the hungry teenagers pulled into the Chattanooga Rescue Mission last Saturday, they understood only vaguely that they'd be working around food.
• St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 305 W. Seventh St.; 5:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday; St. Paul's Episcopal/Second Presbyterian Church community progressive dinner, with drinks and hors d'oeuvres at St. Paul's, dinner at Second Presbyterian and dessert and coffee at Dish T'Pass; $10; 266-8195 or 266-2828.
If just for a moment, you could give your boss what he deserves. If just for a moment, you could turn the tables. If just for a moment, you could command him. What would you do?
"The Divine Sister," which opens Friday, May 10, in the Circle at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre, is the odd cousin to movies like "The Song of Bernadette," "The Bells of St. Mary's" and "The Trouble With Angels."
One of my late father's favorite side dishes was sliced cucumbers in a bowl of vinegar.
The Civil War battles for Chattanooga hadn’t begun in 1863 when seven black residents met at Dent Farm, now a part of the Bonny Oaks Industrial Park, to establish Mount Calvary Baptist Church.
The Rev. Jeff P. Crim will be ordained and installed as pastor of Ascension Lutheran Church, 720 S. Germantown Road, on Thursday at 7 p.m.
Talon Harris sported a fat lip and eight or 10 blue stitches in his mouth as he dug in at the plate at Veterans Park in Soddy-Daisy last week.
How do you like your comedy? Audience members can sample a half-dozen varieties beginning Friday, May 3, in "All in the Timing," a series of six one-act comedies, at Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga at Eastgate Town Center.
Hey, mister, strike up the band! The 64th annual Armed Forces Day Parade, with more than 100 bands, floats and Junior ROTC units offering up a patriotic theme, will thunder down Market Street at 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 3.
So bizarre was Mark Whitacre's life that one might suggest it be made into a movie.
M ichael Murphy just wants to keep the conversation going.
Crystal Whitten, an adjunct faculty member at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Southern Adventist University, says fully one-third of her students at UTC this spring indicated they are vegetarians or don't eat me
The draw of the North Shore is unmistakable.
One of the messages Barbara Hartman took away from her Walk to Emmaus Christian renewal and formation weekend last year was a directive to be the "hands and feet of Jesus."
• East Cleveland Seventh-day Adventist Church, 801 Howard Circle S.E., Cleveland, Tenn.; 1-4 p.m. Saturday, May 4; health fair offers, among other things, health screenings, massages, diabetes testing, body mass index calculations and blood pressure checks; free; 476-9299.
If your second home is the car, if you like the idea of staying in your pajamas, if you feel most comfortable with your dog beside you — and you know church is some place you ought to be — Lookout Valley Presbyterian Church has something new for you.
Lyndon Johnson was the new president, the Beatles had just made their first appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show," a gallon of milk cost $1.06 and the Ford Mustang had just been introduced when the local Fellowship of Christian Athletes named its first Christian Athlete of the Year in 1964.
Hikes, ceremony mark designation of city as 'Trail Town' on Great Eastern Trail
A celebration Sunday, April 28, at the Amnicola Marsh pavilion on the Tennessee Riverwalk will officially proclaim Chattanooga as the "Trail Town" many residents already knew it was.
Celebrate flowers, foods of the season
If last Sunday’s Chattanooga Market opening was a rite of spring for local residents pent up by the cool, wet weather, this week’s Market celebrates all that is spring.
Harvey was within days of losing an eye before a surgical graft helped restore his vision and save the eye.
Earl Whittaker says he and Nancy Alexander weren't testing God and certainly didn't doubt him, but they knew a lot of disparate things needed to happen to accomplish what they had in mind.
• The Salvation Army 614 Corps, 800 McCallie Ave. (ReCreate Café); 2 p.m. today; “Psalms of the City” arts festival features visual, musical and performance art inspired by the Psalms (with 7:30 p.m. concert by The Mailboxes and John Tibbs); 423-305-6208, 504-2157 or www.sparkartschattanooga.com.
Storm troopers, Sith lords, bounty hunters and clone troopers will be roaming Camp Jordan on Sunday, but mere mortals need not fret.
Rock musical proves perfect vehicle for star Dominique Scott
Dominique Scott says he is playing the role he was born to play.
It wasn't quite by osmosis, but Melissa Shaheen could hardly have escaped learning to cook.
Aaron Coulter never set out to take his life during his partying phase in college, but he figured if it happened it happened.
"The future's so bright, I gotta wear shades."
The Rev. Bruce W. Ullman is now the rector of Anglican Church of the Redeemer, 1815 McCallie Ave. He will be installed in his position in a ceremony at the church on May 5 at 6 p.m.
Christopher Michael McFarland gets why people leave John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men" with a touch of sadness, but he says there are brighter feelings to take away as well.
Versatile entertainer Bill Cosby to brighten Tivoli
The Greatest Generation remembers "I Spy," where Bill Cosby was the first black man to co-star on a television series.
The only way broccoli was prepared for my family when I was a child was steamed.
Redemption Point, a 1,200-member Church of God congregation with locations in Ooltewah and East Lake, is purchasing the former Highland Park Baptist Church auditorium on Bailey Avenue and three other buildings for $3.1 million.
On Friday, about 75 young people — Muslims, Christians and Jews — will gather at the DuBose Conference Center in Monteagle, Tenn., and talk about all that supposedly weird stuff they do in their particular faith.
• Barking Legs Theater, 1307 Dodds Ave.; 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, April 13; Zen Group of Chattanooga-sponsored third annual Buddhapalooza/Buddha birthday celebration offers day of meditation, beginners' instruction, lectures, music and poetry performances; $7 suggested donation (proceeds benefit Chattanooga Zen Center); 622-2862 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When Brainerd High School ninth-grader Camarrius Rice learned in social studies class that millions of people perished in World War II's Holocaust, he was dubious.
'How I Became a Pirate' at CTC
Sand, water and pirate figurines in the hands of a young boy at the beach practically beg for a runaway imagination.
Comedian Chonda Pierce brings 'Traveling Talk Show' to Tivoli Theatre
Chonda Pierce has a few things on her mind, and she'd like to get them off, thank you.
Members of the North Georgia Sky Painters know each other's style so well, each can tell the other's work at a glance.
The more things change ... the more variety Chattanoogans have when it comes to dining options.