With its glossy, white blossoms trumpeting spring’s season of rebirth, the Easter lily (Lilium Longiflorum) is a favorite gift for its symbolism.
• The Access Church, 4064 S. Access Road, 7 a.m., at the Pavilion at Chickamauga Lake, followed by 10:30 a.m. worship service at the church.
Kim Criswell, a Hixson High School alumna who is now an internationally known musical theater actress and recording artist, will be presented the 2014 Tennessee Woman of Distinction Award by the American Lung Association in Tennessee on April 29.
• Countdown to Kindergarten: Creative Discovery Museum, 321 Chestnut St., 9 a.m., included in museum admission of $12.95, first of four-part series to prepare children starting kindergarten this fall and their families with skills for successful school year. 423-756-2738.
Q: My boxwoods look awful. Their leaves are crispy brown, and the plants look almost dead. What has happened to them?
If plants could squeal like hungry pigs, we gardeners would pay more attention to their fertilizer needs.
Judged solely by its opening monologue, locally produced radio serial "Horace Kentucky's Chronal Detective Agency" sounds like just another boilerplate noir drama stapled together by a series of cliches.
Entrepreneur Don Lepard will be honored as the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Distinguished Alumnus during the annual Legends and Leaders Banquet on Friday night, April 25, at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. Lepard is founder and chief executive officer of Global Green Lighting.
You’ve spent months planning that spring break trip to Florida, making lists of what to take, where you will stay, who will be traveling with you and what you will do when you get there.
Among the happiest days of my early boyhood were visits with my Grandfather Reed to the train depot in Gainesville, Ga.
Q: I’m about to begin treatment for breast cancer, and I’m concerned about “chemo brain.” Is this real? How long does it last? Are there any steps I can take to combat its effects?
In high school, there was a time when, like many word-loving students (read: nerds), I briefly fancied myself a poet. I filled journals with rondeaux and cinquains, with haiku and sonnets. I showed them to my parents and read them, perhaps overly proudly, in my creative-writing class.
Chattanooga-area residents can commemorate Easter in ways secular and sacred. Here are some of the celebrations with kids in mind.
Elmer Fudd might consider them wascally, but the folks at Chattanooga Zoo feel diff-wently.