Illustrator Scott Brundage has created a few of the images for the book so far.
Dan and Amelia Jacobs are newlyweds and co-authors of an unusual children's book. It's called A Brain Is For Eating, and they say it's written "for zombies and their little undead." They've written the book and gotten the first few pictures from the illustrator. Now, they're trying to use Kickstarter to finish the project.
Emmy McKenzie, who is playing Annie, poses here with Dudley, a dog who has been standing in for Sandy.
The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is putting on Annie next month and there's one character left to cast – Sandy, the dog. The theater center held auditions this week for the part of Annie's fluffy friend, and the competition was stiff.
This month, the Pet Placement Center is offering a reduced adoption fee for dogs and cats that are at least 7-years-old. In this segment, executive director Kerry Moyers-Horton introduces a couple of a the older animals at the no-kill shelter on Dayton Boulevard.
Chattanoogan Stephanie Steiman is originally from Toms River, New Jersey, one of the places devastated by super storm Sandy. She's collecting socks to send to the rescue workers in New Jersey, and she's calling the relief effort "Box of Sox."
Halls of fame tend to be for athletes and performers. Our cultural heroes. But not so in Chattanooga. Here, there's a place that honors a group in a far more practical line of work: tow truck operators. The newest class in the hall of fame was just inducted.
A women's clutch is on display at the Amani warehouse on South Willow Street.
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A non-profit that has branches in five African countries and Washington, D.C., has opened its doors in Chattanooga. Amani chose Chattanooga's Ridgedale neighborhood as the location for its U.S. distribution center.
Chattanooga could be making more money in tax revenue if it concentrated on developing downtown more, says Joe Minicozzi. He's an Asheville-based consultant who looked at Chattanooga's urban design and how much money it makes in tax from different properties. River City Company commissioned the study and has made it available to the public.
Sign language is rarely seen on television, but a new commercial for BMW of Chattanooga features it. Scott Carpenter, the dealership employee who signs, says he's an "introvert," but he stepped into the limelight.