Caitlin Hammon has always enjoyed singing, but hearing guest vocalist Stella Zambalis sing opera with the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera changed her focus.
The question usually comes just a few days after the annual Chattanooga Boys Choir Singing Christmas Tree performances, says director Vic Oakes, when volunteers help put up the stand on which the boys sing.
Saasha Jones is the recipient of the Bushtown Community Service College Scholarship Award, her third time to receive the award since 2008.
Q: Dad, neither the radio or the cigarette light, I mean phone charge thingy, is working in my car. Why?
Lights are twinkling in my fireplace, across its mantel and atop my kitchen cabinets. Lights are blinking outside on houses, in store windows and dazzling the streets. These stunning orbs of radiance signal that the holidays are here.
Q: My doctor didn’t do a Pap smear at my last appointment. Doesn’t everybody need one yearly?
Dynamic Church is getting high on its fundraising effort for The Salvation Army.
It’s not the first thing you notice watching an Alanna Royale show.
How will the Chattanooga Boys Choir top last year’s 50th anniversary performance of the Singing Christmas Tree?
The problem with being a member of an all-star musical ensemble is that getting out from under its shadow can be a trial.
It might take its name from Main Street, but in the seven years since the inaugural MainX24, the all-day community festival has become a celebration of the entire Southside community, from Track 29 to First Tennessee Pavilion, Jefferson Heights to Central Avenue.
In what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind competition, the NorthShore Merchants Collective is launching a Selfie With an Elfie contest.
The December calendar is filling up. Here are some highlights.
A look around the map shows that Christmas is busting out all over. Here are some events this weekend.