There’s that 13-count sax beat, then the trumpets and trombones, and even if you don’t know the name of the piece, you know it when you hear it.
If "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" has you considering your own residential rescue, this weekend's Tri-State Home Show should be your first stop for inspiration.
Randy Houser says sometimes a song is motivated from the writer's need to express a feeling, other times purely to get a song with a catchy hook on the radio.
Looking for something to do today? Here are options.
For the fourth iteration of the Con Nooga multigenre fandom convention, programming director Jeff Hickey wants guests to be overwhelmed by their options.
They're young, they're darned attractive and their hands glow an eerie neon blue when they're in trouble. And they're in trouble a lot, because they're being hunted.
Don't let the leather jackets and grungy, garage-like setting of the Chattanooga Theatre Centre's Youth Theatre fool you; it's still "Hamlet."
Expect slammed doors, shucked pants and slapped faces when the UTC Theatre Department starts off its spring semester with "The Ladies Man." Charles Morey's comedy will be presented in six performances, starting tonight in the Dorothy Hackett
Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present A.R. Gurney's romantic comedy "Later Life" in six performances over the next two weekends.
Don Strickland and Eric Schubert are playing the title roles in "Leading Ladies," the Ken Ludwig farce that opens tonight at the Mountain Arts Community Theater on Signal Mountain.