Chattanooga, TN – Tennessee was recently ranked 24th in the nation as a bicycle friendly state, moving up 19 spots since 2009.
The announcement was made by the League of American Bicyclists at their third annual rankings. The state of Tennessee also improved, and it moved to 24th place this year, from a number 43 ranking last year. Locally, Chattanooga has been recognized as a bronze level bicycle friendly city.
Chattanooga, TN – A new exhibit features two very unique artists at Chattanooga's River Gallery, in the Bluff View Art District. Russell Whiting uses a torch to carve dynamic human figures out of steel. Jacquelyne Collett creates glass constructions-colorful, mysteriously opaque, eye-catching pieces.
Today, we will visit the River Gallery and hear from both artists.
Chattanooga, TN – Red Clay Historic Park is located in the extreme Southwest corner of Bradley County Tennessee, just above the Tennessee-Georgia State Line. The park encompasses 263-acres of narrow valleys formerly used as cotton and pasture land. This summer it will be the location of several events for the community.
CHATTANOOGA, TN. – DJanuary 2nd - The Film Industry January 6th - U.N. High Commissioner For Refugees January 7th - Chattanooga Food Bank January 8th - Enterprise South Nature Park January 14th - C.S. Lewis Society January 20th - The SIM Center January 20th - Tennessee Water Company January 22nd - Phoenix Homes January 23rd - The Cake Gallery January 23rd - Create Here January 26th - Human Trafficking January 27th - U.S. Obesity Rates January 28th - Game Designer January 28th - Hand Gun Safety