BARRY COURTER: Lisa, why is it that whenever there is something I really want to do, it usually conflicts with another high-appeal event? Next Saturday night is such an evening.
Acupuncture isn't just for pain anymore. In fact, it's not even just for humans anymore.
To some people, there's nothing that embodies waste and desolation quite like the sight of derelict vehicles dotting America's backyards and byways.
I remember the sting of my father's belt. I don't dwell on it, but I remember it.
There has been enormous outcry recently over a video showing NFL player Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancee Janay unconscious, then dragging her off an elevator.
23 FIRST THINGS FIRST FALL BANQUET, Chattanooga Convention Center, 1150 Carter St., 6:30 p.m., $75 general admission, $125 VIP ticket includes reception with guest speaker Hal Runkel, author of “Scream Free Parenting.” 423-267-5383.
It isn’t every day you get to walk down the corridor of your unconscious, but that was my husband’s take on our trip through Shoshone, Idaho’s Mammoth Cave, a long, underground, tube-like cavern created millions of years ago by a volcanic eruption.
For more than 400 years, armoires served as functional cabinets in which to store clothing before built-in closets were introduced in the early 1900s.
“To begin with, honey, it really could have been worse…”
• Jim Ricketts and Crystle Elam; 6 p.m. today, John's Chapel, 5929 Old Dixie Highway, Spring City, Tenn.; also 10 a.m. Sunday, Everlasting Life Baptist Church, 311 S. Amhurst, Englewood, Tenn; 6 p.m. Sunday; Pond Hill Baptist, 115 County Road 220, Athens, Tenn.; 775-2806.
• Dahlia Show: Erlanger VW Wellness Center, 7380 Volkswagen Drive, 1-4 p.m., free flower show hosted by Dahlia Society of Tennessee with blooms for sale. Show continues Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 423-949-8280.
Davis Reeves of Soddy-Daisy is one of 220 children, teens and adults with Down syndrome who will be featured today in the National Down Syndrome Society's annual Times Square video presentation in New York City.
In a beautiful service last Sunday morning, Bishop Richard C. Looney was recognized as Bishop in Residence at First Centenary United Methodist Church.
• The Chattanooga High School Class of 1949 reunion will be held today. For more information, contact Billie Foli at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423-886-3179.