Louis Armstrong said that if you have to ask what jazz is, you’ll never know.
The kids aren't the only ones who should get a break this spring.
There are various types of venues in the Chattanooga area where many singer-songwriters grace their stage (or corner) throughout the year, but there is one venue that has established itself as the ‘listening room’ for singer-songwriter artists and fans in Chattanooga.
Twenty-five sit-ups. Twenty-five burpees. Twenty-five single arm kettebell overhead lunges. Welcome to cross-training.
Leveling the Field
They hit just like the guys. They get injured just like the guys.
Having grown up in the Chattanooga area, it has been my fortune to meet many of the residents that make our community special.
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.
I'm ashamed to say it, but I haven't been back to Jack's Alley and the North Broad area since I moved here. Other than a brief exploratory morning, the area is still new to me, even though it's packed daily with locals, families and visitors alike.
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
A nurse, a teacher’s assistant and a raft guide sat around a table. What do they all have in common? Couch surfing.
The burger game is strong in Chattanooga. So strong, there’s even a hashtag for it: #CHABurger.
The walls of the Hunter Museum of American Art will see a new showcase of color, rhythm and culture as a new exhibit celebrating the African American community takes residency this month.
The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville