A new year means new stuff! Here are 7 tips for making the most of 2014, as well as some tools to help along the way.
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Downtown energy infections for Terry Ballinger
The app-based service uberX boasts safe and affordable rides around town by locals and for locals.
When several friends mentioned that Dalton had much more to offer than a chicken sandwich, I decided to head down there one day while working in north Georgia.
World champion rider Haley Settles puts students with special needs in the saddle.
"Campari is such an aggressive flavor, if someone doesn’t immediately like it, they probably won’t try it again, which is sad,” says Beast and Barrel bartender Jason Howard.
In its new downtown digs, The Camp House has wasted no time getting the calendar filled with great live music.
Winter is the perfect time to head to a cozy cabin or chalet in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Jack & Jill is a nationwide youth-oriented African American empowerment club.
If Jesus were alive today he would live in Alton Park, says Chris Woodhull, executive director of Chattanooga’s Build Me a World project.
If you and your family are thinking about the possibility of sending your child to a private school, just figuring out where to begin your research can be a daunting task.
He is a wisp of a man, leaned against a metal rack of canned goods in the shadowy basement of the Community Kitchen.
If you’ve ever considered becoming an art collector, check out these established collectors’ practical tips.
For one night only this month, Chattanooga will get a taste of one of New York City’s up-and-coming musical and stage shows, Cirque Dreamz Holidaze.
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Rather than decorating on a grand scale for the holidays, Chattanooga native Amy Grogg chooses to keeps Christmas personal and traditional in celebration of family and in the spirit of Christmases past.
Chattanooga author Rebecca Cook reflects on her first novel
Chattanooga Ballet's the Nutcracker Dances its way into Local Tradition
t's Christmas Eve and Clara Stahlbaum’s home is full of life.
For as many bands with dull names that have produced great music, just as many bands with funny names never made it.