“I know what you should write about,” my friend said. “Why women don’t like sports.”
This week we look at peer-to-peer file sharing, Google’s social network, and some sore texting thumbs as we catch up with a few reader e-mails.
Every time the Los Angeles Dodgers promote a player to the Chattanooga Lookouts, that player is closer to the big leagues than ever before.
I’ve only been to Barnsley Gardens once, and that was about eight years back, but I remember it like it was yesterday. The lovely grounds, the incredible food, gorgeous accommodations. The entire experience in one of those that you put in your memory bank and lock it away, so it’s never forgotten.
I am happy that J. Todd Foster is going to be the head person at our newspaper. I read an article he wrote in which he tuned up a lady with a severe stereotype about the South.
Senetra Weaver isn't just the wife of Philadelphia Eagles fullback Leonard Weaver or the mother of their three children. A gifted singer, she often is asked to perform at weddings, including that of Seattle Seahawks running back Justin Forsett.
The Chattanooga Lookouts dropped a 7-3 decision to Huntsville on Saturday night at AT&T Field, and then they scattered.
The Chattanooga Lookouts' tenous spot atop the Southern League's North Division became a bit shakier following Friday night's 8-2 loss to the Huntsville Stars.
Zdnet.com recently ran an article called "Crucial Apps for Surviving the Student Summer." While the article targeted younger users, it reviewed some applications that could be of use to many of us. Here are a few of the applications discussed in the article.
If only LeBron James had gone to college.
If you haven’t gotten you tickets yet for the She Expo for Women, do so quickly. It happens this weekend. And you won’t want to miss out on Sunday’s headline act, Pat and Gina Neely. Go to www.timesfreepress.com/news/she2010 for ticket information.
I am starting a series of podcasts on unsung heroes who have made big contributions to my life. For the first time ever, I have been jolted by the realization that unsung heroes impact us a lot more than recognized heroes.
Having just lost his job with the closing of the Blue Bird school bus manufacturing plant in LaFayette, Ga., Jeff Peppers is more sympathetic than most to unemployment.
There reaches a point where even summer vacation can no longer hold your attention and it's time to get back to work. After an impressive spring spent claiming his role in Vanderbilt University's defensive secondary has served as added reason for Jay Fullam to anxiously wish away the final days before he returns to try to nail down the starting free safety job.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- One night after Corey Smith's two-run double to center field catapulted Chattanooga to a 4-1 win in 15 innings against the Huntsville Stars, the Lookouts lost by the same score in nine innings Friday.