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.
Humane Society Transforming Into Cageless Facility
Michael Edward Miller
Chattanooga, TN – The Humane Educational Society of Chattanooga is going cageless. Today, we will travel to their shelter in downtown Chattanooga and find out how it works-how they can keep the animals in the shelter without cages. We'll also find out how it makes pets easier to adopt.
Chattanooga, TN – Web sites like Priceline and Travelocity make it easy to book a trip--so easy, it might make travel agents seem like archaic holdovers from the pre-Internet era. But travel agents are still around, and in this interview, Richard Winham asks several of them how they provide advice and advantages that no Web site can.
Romeo and Juliet Debuts with Dance at Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga
Chattanooga, TN – Director Garry Posey has edited the script for "Romeo and Juliet" to focus on the love between the ingenues almost exclusively. He crosses genres to fill out the love story "beyond words" by integrating choreography by Ann Law and the work of two dancers, Cornelius Heard and Monica Coates.
Chattanooga, TN – West Oehmig is a travel consultant--he helps people design their ideal vacations. Oehmig says the word "travel" comes from the French "travail"--a term for hard work and suffering. Richard Winham talks to Oehmig about the ways travel can be eye-opening and enjoyable, but also frustrating and difficult.