When it comes to listening to new music, it is refreshing to hear that some bands produce music enjoyable to the older generation, while staying relevant enough to draw in the younger fan too.
On trivia night at Chattanooga’s local bars, you never know what questions will be asked.
The bar manager at Terra Mae Appalachian Bistro says he always thinks of T.S. Eliot when the month of April comes to mind.
Costume designer Janie Bryant talks fashion and southern heritage.
Dawn was still hours away so moonlight served as the only light to filter through the branches. And Emily Bowman, clad only in boy shorts and a tank top, kept running. Until the director shouted, “Cut!’
New shops have opened in Riverview!
If there’s one thing Corinne Hill knows, its libraries.
Local theatre company brings Titanic the Musical to Tivoli
The Bluffton, South Carolina inn is a bit of a Low Country paradise
Mike and Andrea Sarvis meld new building techniques with classic character in their Signal Mountain home
5 foods that may not be as healthy as you think
Even on a winter-like afternoon, the farmers market is the place to be.
PICNOOGA OFFERS NEW WAY TO PRESERVE OUR PAST
How many of us actually know what the daily recommendation for our fruit and vegetable intake is?
Believed to be the first American cocktail, the Sazerac originated in New Orleans in the pre-Civil War era.
The idea of owning a butterfly farm seems like something straight out of a fairytale, but it isn’t all rainbows and chirping birds, says Colleen Crawford.
Local baristas talk coffee culture and the slow coffee movement