Chattanooga, TN – With the lack of forward movement on a local project, a group of children and a local art group is hoping that the day has come when children can help provoke or instigate a change in a neighborhood where the future may be determined by adult inertia.
Nashville, TN – Author Betsy Phillips has written and self-published a collection of 60 short stories featuring Nashville, Tennessee. The stories weave historical people and places in Nashville in fictional ghost stories.
Chattanooga, TN – A South Carolina author has written a new sequel to Bram Stoker's Dracula. Some critics are calling it the first official Dracula sequel ever published. That's because the author, whose name is Dacre Stoker, is the great-grand-nephew of Bram Stoker. This sequel is the first to earn the Stoker family stamp of approval.
Chattanooga, TN – The growth in food allergies in the western world is alarming. At times, allergies and reactions to food can trigger asthma. With most food allergies, avoidance is the only treatment. Dr. Curt Chaffin from the Allergy Asthma Group joined us in the studio to discuss food allergies and reactions.
Chattanooga, TN – Imagine this: you're sitting in a cafe. There's this guy sitting at a table nearby. He's sitting there quietly, almost too quietly--there's definitely something a little odd about him. And then his cell phone starts to ring.
Chattanooga, TN – If you're a college football fan, you know Vince Dooley's name. He was the University of Georgia's head football coach for nearly 25 years. He led the Bulldogs to six SEC championships, one national championship, and he's in the College Football Hall of Fame.
Chattanooga, TN – Chattanooga's Office of Sustainability Director, David Crockett believes that power generation in the future will be miniaturized, distributable and renewable--unlike the main-frame style power plants that create energy currently.
Chattanooga, TN – The Association for Visual Arts presents the 5th annual Downtown Chattanooga Gallery Hop this weekend. This year's gallery hoop will feature more than 30 galleries and artist studios all open to the public for this one-night event, Saturday from 2-9 p.m. It's a collaborative celebration of Chattanooga's acclaimed arts community.