Amid stacks of large colorful paintings, Tennessee native Michael Smelcher ties a smock around his waist. He stands before an easel, paintbrush in hand. On his good days, he says, he calls himself a painter.
How Chuck Fleischmann, Congress’ left-handed second baseman, learned to turn “can’t” into “can”
With a low rumbling roar, the multi-ton, metal beast lurches forward then rocks and rolls up and over dirt mounds like a roller coaster. but it’s not an amusement park ride, It’s an armored personnel carrier—a tank!
More than just a two-minute horse race, the Kentucky Derby brings a wide range of people together to honor Southern traditions.
Local organization supports pets in need
It takes a one-of-a-kind person to make one-of-a-kind creations, and local jewelry designer Christina Glidden is no exception.
The Celebration of Southern Literature conference is coming up April 16-18, so we at Chatter have books on the brain.
Five Things: April
The Scenic City’s best bartenders will showcase their skills and battle it out for the best cocktail this month
Tennessee and whiskey. Whiskey and Tennessee. The two just belong together.
Egil "Bud" Krogh, the man who introduced Elvis Presley and Richard Nixon, comes to Chattanooga next month
Before it was renamed Martin Luther King Boulevard, it was called Ninth Street and it was a mecca for African-American entertainment.
From iconic buildings to innovative public spaces, the Scenic City is an architectural wonderland.
Manny business bases operation in Chattanooga
Local film wins Cannes Short Film Festival