When the Chattanooga Zoo opened at Warner Park on June 16, 1937, it consisted of a single cage housing a pair of rhesus monkeys.
Chattanooga Area Food Bank stirring up a fundraiser
There won’t be bowling, but participants can make a bowl, visit the bowltique and even come dressed in a bowler hat at the Chattanooga Area Food Bank’s fifth annual HullaBowloo on Saturday night.
Comedian headlines showat Memorial Auditorium
If you've worked as a barbecue chef, a Frito-Lay salesman and a spokesman for Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits, you've got to have a few good stories.
Start 2012 on the right foot
State parks across the country, including 12 in Southeast Tennessee and Northwest Georgia, are ringing in the new year with a First Day Hike.
Most small children will be asleep long before revelers ring in 2012 at midnight Saturday.
AMERICAN LEGION POST 81 -- 227 James Asbury Lane, Cleveland, Tenn. Today, karaoke with Melba, 8 p.m., no cover. 423-476-4451.
The 1,700 people who were lucky enough to buy a ticket for tonight’s sold-out Avett Brothers’ show at Track 29 will see a band that has gone from playing clubs and small venues to drawing huge crowds at outdoor festivals in a few years.
Yes, Bobcat Goldthwait was in three "Police Academy" films. No, he was not the guy who mimicked all of the funny noises. He makes funny noises, but he is not Michael Winslow.