When Billy Medlin was five years old, he was so chunky and his blood pressure so high, doctors feared for life.
Q: Dad, is it always so difficult to get utilities like water, power and Internet hooked up when you move?
A male contestant on a new VH1 dating show didn’t beckon a woman to walk in front of him out of politeness. He wanted to check her out from behind, and didn’t need to use his imagination.
At first glance, buying shoes or picking up a blender might not seem like the best way to help homeless animals. But that’s the idea behind the new Wally’s Friend Thrift Store at the Cat Clinic.
In an uncertain and often violent world, children need extra love and protection. Recent televised images from Gaza, Syria, Nigeria and the Mexican-American border highlight the vulnerability of youngsters to forces beyond their comprehension or control.
Q: What are interventional radiologists, and what are the advantages of their procedures?
Wow. Didn’t see that one coming, though in hindsight, there were some clues that something big was brewing.
For many years, “serendipity” has been on my short list of favorite words. It’s sandwiched somewhere between “verisimilitude” and “phantasmagoria” but a few rungs down from “ultramarine.”
Country newcomer Jacob Powell kicks off this summer’s Riverfront Nights concert series Saturday night, Aug. 2, at Ross’s Landing.
"Music & Madness with Mark Lowry, The Martins & Jason Crabb"
Mark Lowry insists he is not a comedian. He’s a singer who tells stories.
Chattanooga Market is all about fresh, local and tasty — especially so this Sunday, Aug. 3, for the celebration of National Farmers Market Day.
It doesn’t take long after Tash Neal’s chunky distorted guitar kicks in on The London Souls’ self-titled 2011 album to realize the New York-based rockers aren’t just a band but the proud standard-bearers of an old-school tradition.
he Grand Ole Opry gets her first this week, but then the country singer known for such hits as “Five Minutes” and “What Part of No” will head south for “An Evening With Lorrie Morgan” on Saturday, Aug. 2, at the Gem Theatre in Calhoun, Ga.
Chattanooga‘s Emma Bell Miles looks like a writer sturdy and stubborn enough to climb mountain peaks.
Tribal leaders of the Eastern Band of Cherokee will be guests at the inaugural Cherokee Heritage Festival, scheduled this weekend at Red Clay State Historic Park in Cleveland, Tenn.