Good morning, good readers. Here are today’s requests: Rummy Bears, slow-cooker turkey breast and your favorite Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner dish.
With the holidays getting into full swing, life for most of us is getting hectic. Between all the big meals, the parties, the kids needing treats for their classes, never mind our day jobs. Who has time for it all?
First Nannie, then Ella stand still on the edge of the Oriental rug in the neat-as-a-pin Riverview living room.
Kirby Yost remembers loading up her SUV with toys, then filling up her mother's vehicle with even more.
Charles "Chip" Esten built his TV fan base as a recurring improv comic on "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" He was quick-witted and fast on his feet -- remember those Scenes from a Hat sketches?
When Victoria York and her husband opened their Hixson retail gift store, Good World Goods, about three years ago, they had a goal in mind — to be globally responsible.
BARRY COURTER: Lisa, you and I have done this a long time, but I don't remember the first week of December ever being this busy, and I'm not just talking about shopping for the holidays.
I grew up with singer/actor/cowboy Gene Autry, thanks to my late father, Autry's most dedicated fan.
Having it your way isn't just a proven way to sell $5 burgers. It works just as well for dream homes.
Mia Bergeron studied oil painting in Florence, Italy, before moving to Chattanooga in 2006. James Courtenay James built a 40-year career in graphic design before transitioning full-time into oil portraits seven years ago.
I don't fear getting old. I do, however, fear forgetting how to dress myself.
I am a huge fan of sports. College football and basketball are my loves.
5 Tacky Holiday Sweater Party, St. John's Meeting Place, 5:30-7:30 p.m., admission is donation of toiletries or personal hygiene products to be given to residents of Mary Walker Towers Senior Assisted Living Community; sponsored by Chattanooga chapter of American Advertising Federation. RSVP to info@AAFChattanooga.com.
Do you remember those holiday disasters that, at the moment, seemed like an epic failure, but years later at another family holiday gathering the conversation starts, "Remember when?" What follows is belly laughter and fond memories as you recall those tense moments.