22 Gourmet Guys Competition, First Tennessee Pavilion, 1826 Reggie White Blvd., 4-7 p.m., $15.
If the audience is having a good time at tonight's Riverbend Coca-Cola Stage finale, chances are the members of O.A.R. will be having a good time.
If there's one thing that irritates me about live concerts, it's when a band is so motionless the members could be mistaken for musical hat racks, automatons lazily strumming chords as they stare at their Chuck Taylors.
* Book signing: Lifeway Christian Bookstore, 2200 Hamilton Place Blvd., 1-4 p.m., Rita Carr signs "My Journey Home: Jesus Christ the Rescuer of Wounded Emotions." 423-893-3290.
* The 1963 class of the former Booker T. Washington High School will meet today at 2 p.m. at Mission Ridge Baptist Church, 3778 Wilcox Blvd. For more information, call the Rev. Etta Griffin-Garth, 475-6368.
The two largest United Methodist Churches in the Chattanooga area received new staff appointments earlier this week at the annual meeting of the denomination's Holston Conference at Lake Junaluska, N.C.
The Rev. Michael Cummins, chaplain for campus ministry at East Tennessee State University, will become chaplain for Notre Dame High School and for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Catholic Student Center,
I grew up in Shelby, N.C., and was the middle of three children. I had an old sister, Cissy, and a younger brother, Bo.
When Friends of the Festival booked Gavin DeGraw as tonight's Coca-Cola Stage headliner, assistant talent coordinator Jeff Styles says it felt — at first — like they were settling for a less-than-ideal fix to a desperate situation.
The word out of Gulf Shores, Ala., is that Moon Taxi did everything they could to steal the show at last month's Hangout Festival.
"The work of science is to substitute facts for appearances, and demonstrations for impressions." — John Ruskin
Urban League of Greater Chattanooga is sponsoring a free workshop about the Affordable Care Act and how it will affect small businesses.
Frank C. Nolan of Cleveland, Tenn., has been awarded the rank of Eagle Scout. He is the 106th Scout to earn Eagle rank from Troop 10, the oldest troop in the Ocoee District.
For the fourth consecutive year, a student from Girls Preparatory School has been elected to one of the two highest offices at American Legion Auxiliary Volunteer Girls State.