Things are a little different in the South.
Editor’s note: This is one in a series of stories about contested races in the August county general election. Check upcoming editions of North Hamilton Weekly for a roundup of other area candidates. Early voting runs July 18-Aug. 2. The last day to register to vote was July 8.
This year has held change for the Choo-Choo City Chapter of USA Dance, but the nonprofit is still dancing on.
Exactly 50 years ago this July 2, the Civil Rights Act was signed into law, and so began the long journey to healing the country after a history of racial discrimination.
Editor’s note: This is one in a series of stories about races in the August county general election. Check upcoming editions of North Hamilton Weekly for a roundup of other area candidates.
Meticulously hand-tying flowers into the mane and tail of a Tennessee Walking Horse.
Roses Watson Taylor literally disco danced her way into the mental health field.
Typically on a drizzly night after hours at the Chattanooga Zoo the only sounds are those coming from animals settling in for the night.
Bright, colorful and interactive aren’t three words that come to mind when describing Chattanooga’s City Center. But people like Aggie Toppins, an art professor at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, hope to add life to the area with their own interactive art.
Adam Noll’s alter-ego, That Outdoor Guy, will be appearing at the Chattanooga Times Free Press’ first-ever Man Xpo at First Tennessee Pavilion and Finley Stadium Saturday, June 28 at noon.
A darkened room might seem empty, but to the 85 people that can fit inside Ripple Theater, it’s a sign of life.
Editor’s Note: This is one in a series of stories about contested races in the August Hamilton County general election. Check upcoming editions of Metro Weekly for a roundup of other area candidates.
East Ridge resident the Rev. Tom Law has helped start three missions during his 70 years of life, and he wants the community to know about the upcoming fourth.
At next year’s Bessie Smith Strut, M.L. King Boulevard could be the home to a handful of new businesses, restaurants and housing. After a long time of decline, the street is finally seeing signs of life in construction sprinkled down the street.
Tamara Armour has seen the same story played out over and over.