Chattanooga’s annual debutante ball evolves with the times over its 80-year history
The constant crashing of waves, the strong and salty breeze, toes in the sand—it’s not summer without an excursion to a scenic beach.
Everyone has a story—the sequence of events that make up a person’s life.
It’s the first thing I consider when the question of dining out comes up this time of year. “Where can I sit outside?”
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Texas Country singer-songwriter
The urge to technology fast—whether that means taking a day off Facebook or cutting ties temporarily to anything that sports a microchip—is becoming a widespread trend.
Sometimes, at night, if you listen closely, you can hear it. Faint at first then picking up in intensity until it reaches full fever pitch: Cock-a-doodle-doo!
Chattanooga is comfortable with change, knowing businesses come and go and welcoming new shops to the neighborhood with the same ease and enthusiasm. This is especially important for Frazier Avenue, which has seen several new businesses take the place of legendary spots in recent months. Even though I can’t help but stop by some old favorites, the west portion of Frazier Avenue has some new haunts that’ll make great additions to the scene.
Professional opera singer Seth Carico got his start in theatre in a small role as one of the king’s children during the Signal Mountain Playhouse’s 1991 production of The King and I. Since then, Carico’s successful theatre and opera career has led him to perform around the world.
This month we visit Chattanooga’s Nightfall at Miller Plaza. Lots of folks having a great time. Here are some of them for you to meet.
Dream Cars Exhibit offers Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas.
The Paleo diet was first popularized in the 1970s.
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