When Gary Miller took a spur of the moment chance and attended a local casting call for the movie “42,” he never expected it would to lead to a new hobby of sorts.
Surrounded by Atlanta and Nashville, does Chattanooga even have room to carve out its own piece of Southern food culture?
A stunning Ooltewah estate.
One Orange Grove Center resident’s journey to compete in the Special Olympics World Games.
“These individuals have found the door to The Chattanooga Way.” — Hodgen Mainda
Chattanooga is a visually captivating city.
On any given summer day, the surface of Lake Chickamauga is buzzing with activity.
As a music fan, it is an exciting time to be in Chattanooga.
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.