NASCAR driver Elliott Sadler, who roared to a win in the Nationwide Series at Talladega Superspeedway in May, will be in Chattanooga on Saturday, Aug. 23, for the Give Kids a Winning Chance kickoff at Hamilton Place, 2100 Hamilton Place Blvd. In conjunction with Coca-Cola, CBL malls across the country are collecting sports equipment, art supplies and educational games for Boys and Girls Club of America.
'Tis clearly the season for exceedingly attractive young adults in mortal peril.
Empire Wrestling Entertainment will pit teacher vs. student Saturday, Aug. 23, as Ace Rockwell, left, and Gunner Miller vie to become a contender for Shaun Tempers’ Empire heavyweight title.
Every now and then, you find yourself in a surreal moment that makes you glad to be alive.
I’ve always found the concept of masked superheroes confusing.
It’s a difficult time in any child’s life to realize that — despite parents’ assurances — the chances that they’ll become a princess or a superhero are on the “none” side of slim.
Season 22 debuts Friday, Aug. 22, for the Gem Players in Etowah, Tenn., with the Ron Osborne comedy “Welcome Back to Ivy Gap.”
Chattanooga Public Library, 1001 Broad St., has begun a weekly program called “The Picture Show” in which children ages 3 and up can have a picture they draw projected larger than life on the big screen.
Grand prize at this weekend’s Home & Remodeling Expo is a new backyard. If your mind simply envisions greener grass, think grander.
Chattanooga’s first nighttime farmers market will kick off tonight, Aug. 21, on the Southside.
Before she can walk down the aisle, a bride-to-be must complete another kind of wedding march — this one a circuit of all the vendors she will need to plan her dream day.
Exhibits, culture, outdoor fun and more around town.
Theater, dance, visual art and film.