Skip to main content

The Latest

  • Tenn South Distillery, the perfect mix of tradition and innovation
    Tenn South Distillery, the perfect mix of tradition and innovation
    This is the picture of a craft distillery. The barn-like exterior isn't meant to fool you into thinking that Tenn South is a small distillery. Tenn South is a small distillery. Tiny, even. About an hour's drive south of Nashville, one...
  • Who says it doesn't snow in the Deep South?
    Who says it doesn't snow in the Deep South?
    Have you ever been asked by northern friends, "does it ever snow in the deep south?" Well, if you took photos of the snow that was dumped on parts of the south on February 25 and 26, 2015, you can show them proof "it does snow in...
  • Memphis books
    Five fun books about Memphis history
    We know how to choose our favorite summertime books for the beach, but what should we read on all of these snow days? How about some fun historical facts about the River City we call home. Have a copy shipped to your door without going out in the...
  • Red Clay State Park, Eternal Flame
    Discover authentic Cherokee heritage at Tennessee’s historic Red Clay State Park
    History:More than 260 acres of history-filled pastureland in East Tennessee make up one of the state’s most moving attractions - Red Clay State Park. Situated near Cleveland, Tennessee, this site is most notably remembered as the last seat...
  • Jacqueline Alexander of Memphis, Tennessee
    Mother feels son is too feminine - Punches him in face
    As a mother, is it not your duty to stand by your children and show them unconditional love? It is without a doubt the way a mother should love a child. We’re not talking any sort of criminal activity involving the son that would bring the...
  • Rodney Peete at Autism Speaks
    ASA-ETC’s Johnson City workshop deadline approaching
    The Autism Society of America’s East Tennessee Chapter is hosting its 4th Annual Tri-Cities Education Conference on March 14, 2015. Registration is now open for the training that will be at Munsey Memorial United Methodist Church in Johnson...
  • Governor Bill Haslam
    Governor’s requested budget cuts will affect 15,000 Tennesseans
    Governor Bill Haslam has requested that all Tennessee state agencies cut their budget by 7 percent. This may seem reasonable to some but a closer look at one agency shows just how much this proposed cut will affect Tennesseans.The Department of...
  • A Dozen Reasons to spend Valentine’s Day in Chattanooga
    A Dozen Reasons to spend Valentine’s Day in Chattanooga
    1. Lover’s Leap is the perfect place to rekindle the romance. The view is pretty amazing, too.2. Romance at Ruby Falls is a great place to sneak a kiss in the glow of lantern light.3. Take a stroll hand-in-hand along the Walnut Street Bridge...
  • School bus pentagram causes uproar in Tennessee town as mom takes a stand
    School bus pentagram riles mom: ‘Satanic' school bus hides symbol in brakes?
    A Tennessee mom took to social media to share her discontent after she got a gander of an image inside the brake lights of a local school bus. When the bus braked for a stop, a design that looked like a pentagram was seen glowing from inside each...
  • Add these Chattanooga area hikes to the 2015 calendar
    Add these Chattanooga area hikes to the 2015 calendar
    The Chattanooga, Tennessee area is a hiker’s haven. The landscape is dotted with trails for every level of hiker, from paved, easy trails to difficult and ambitious excursions. View the above Slideshow for photos of some great regional hikes...
  • Civil War flags
    Union troops win their first battle of the Civil War
    Known as the Battle of Fishing Creek by the Confederates, the Battle of Mill Springs took place on January 19, 1862 near Nancy, Kentucky. The Union victory brought to an end a string of victories by the Confederate campaign. Brigadier General...
  • Health and Faith
    Aisha Lbhalla selected for Tennessee Department of Health Ambassador Training
    The mission of the Tennessee Department of Health is to: “Protect, promote and improve the health and prosperity of people in Tennessee. The Office of Minority Health and Disparities Elimination furthers this mission by ensuring those...
  • Child in cat costume
    Echoes of Oak Ridge: Book review of ‘Bones of Betrayal’ by Jefferson Bass
    Bones of Betrayal is a standard who done it with an interesting backdrop of history. I was more enchanted with the location and the characters tied to when Oak Ridge, Tennessee was part of the Manhattan Project during the World War II than I was...
  • Old West Trails
    Old West Trails: Changing kids’ lives one ride at a time
    The scene repeats itself almost daily at Old West Trails in Eads, Tennessee. A child approaches a horse for the first time and wonders what is going to happen next. For some children, seeing a horse seems as foreign to them as seeing a giraffe up...
  • Eagles get off on right foot
    Eagles do exactly what they have to in beating up Titans
    The Philadelphia Eagles had to suspect a trap against the Tennessee Titans on Nov. 23. With the Eagles having to visit the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving, it was urgent of them not to look past the 2-8 Titans, or carry over the backwards momentum...