Gingerbread houses going up at CDM
It's a fruit that has become synonymous with Thanksgiving dinner -- the cranberry.
Local triathlete Ed Rusk likes spending his lunch hour on a heart-pumping bike ride up and down Lookout Mountain.
Sweaters have taken on new shapes and lengths for fall and winter.
Name: Keith Black Age: 43 Occupation: Attorney
"Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body." --Joseph Addison
Enchanted Garden of Lights opens at Rock City
Nearly 40,000 people toured Rock City's Enchanted Garden of Lights last year. This year, there's more to see and do, said Meagan Jolley, public relations manager.
Before President Barack Obama uttered the first word of his acceptance speech Wednesday, the media took note of first lady Michelle Obama's wardrobe.
Name: Brian Sullivan Age: 25 Occupation: UPS and shoe store manager
I am now the proud owner of three car seats: one for my 5-year-old granddaughter, one for my 2-year-old granddaughter and, now, one for my 2-month-old grandson.
FOR THE FIRST time, Chattanooga will host the 25th annual Miss Black USA Pageant.
November 14 National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon, Chattanooga Convention Center, 11:30 a.m., $40. Southeastern Tennessee chapter of Association of Fundraising Professionals honors the Waldrop family, Clif and Ruzha Cleaveland and Starkey Printing Co.
With the holidays just around the corner, it's not too early to plan for indoor and outdoor decorating.
The leaves are falling, the days are getting shorter, and the temperatures are dropping, so now is the perfect time to be planting spring-blooming bulbs for an explosion of color next year, said Tim Holcomb, owner of Holcomb Garden Center in Hixson and Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.
Lively music by Sweet Georgia Sound will keep things hopping for Coca-Cola Big Band Day at Chattanooga Market on Sunday, Nov. 11.
The hot fabrics for fall and winter can brighten up the darkest night.
Name: Alden Gailmard
CHATTANOOGA High School Class of 1960 held a birthday party at Heritage Landing to celebrate the 70th birthdays of its graduates.
No one loves a clean river, lake or creek more than the people who spend time in it.
Names: Sarah Reilly Age: 17 School: Silverdale Baptist Academy
My granddaughters and I love listening to music and dancing.
"In this world, you must be a bit too kind in order to be kind enough." —Pierre Marivaux
Not only is the daylily a beautiful flower, it's also tasty. That's true of many native plants and flowers, according to eattheweeds.com.
Things are going to be a little spooky Sunday at Chattanooga Market. Monsters, witches and ghosts will be circulating throughout First Tennessee Pavilion.
A British company that has been monitoring hemlines since 1929 says you can tell the state of the economy by the lengths at which women wear their skirts.
Smokers may not realize it, but research from the ASPCA suggests that secondhand smoke can kill pets.
"Fashion is supposed to be a representative of who you are -- an expression of yourself. For the most part, I follow trends by looking at magazines but try to make a look my own."
For more than 20 years, area youngsters have been getting a jump-start on Halloween at Chattanooga Zoo's annual Boo in the Zoo weekend celebrations.
Gary Paul said helping others has been his life's calling.
A simple scarf can elevate a look from ordinary to extraordinary, especially when the accessory is embellished with an eye-catching feature such as metallic threads, shiny sequins or rhinestones.
Name: Juniper Russo Age: 25 Occupation: Writer
There's a scene in "Gone With the Wind" that has had a major influence on my life.
Wrapping up in Grandma's handmade quilt offers the ultimate feeling of warmth and comfort.
You don't need a green thumb to grow healthy houseplants, but you do have to be willing to devote time to taking care of them, said local gardener Rita Boring, a member of the Chattanooga African Violet Society.
Though she's not one of the famed Disney princesses, skater Aislinn Munck has no complaints about her Disney on Ice character, Mrs. Incredible.
Finley Burnette's obsession with "Star Wars" influenced her decision to dress up on Halloween night as Queen Padmé Amidala.
Name: Sarah Eck Age: 24 Profession: Retail
Name: Chelsea White Age: 23 Occupation: Dalton State College student
When I started my career as a newspaper reporter, I typed my stories on an electric typewriter and handed them over to my editor for editing.
Growing herbs has become a favorite hobby of many cooks who enjoy gardening. It's a project that can be successful year-round.
The 10th annual Chattanooga Chili Cook-off at Chattanooga Market will be a break from tradition.
"If a man knows more than others, he becomes lonely." --Carl G. Jung
You don't have to be a cowgirl, equestrian or country music singer to don the season's hottest trend in women's footwear.
The Humane Educational Society's 11th annual Paws in the Park fundraiser will be Oct. 7 at Baylor School.
Name: Katie Lewter Age: 18 Occupation: UTC freshman
"The lust for comfort, that stealthy thing that enters the house a guest, and then becomes a host, and then a master." -- Kahlil Gibran
It's the time of year when there's nothing more appetizing than a bowl of homemade chili.
Michelle Obama was widely praised for her address at the Democratic National Convention earlier this month, but some viewers had more on their minds than her talking points.
Age: 27 Profession: Haircutting specialist "I have fun with fashion. I wear what I love. I like looking at fashions in magazines, but I develop my own style by just pulling pieces out of my closet and putting things together until I find a
My oldest granddaughter started kindergarten this year.