Posts from October 2017

Thanksgiving Dinner in Chattanooga

Tuesday, October 31, 2017 10:00 AM

Thanksgiving is the ultimate family holiday. No presents, no pressure – just good old fashioned together time. But if the thought of all that bonding under one roof seems a bit overbearing, consider hotel rooms…in Chattanooga. The road trip will be a refreshing alternative, and there are plenty of

5 Chattanooga Cabins for an Outdoor Getaway

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 4:00 PM

A cabin means different things to different people. For some, it’s a rustic retreat that’s just a small step up from tent camping. For others, it’s a luxurious escape that puts your own house to shame and just happens to be in the woods. Whether you’re looking for a cheap place to sleep, a romantic

6 Best Hikes on Lookout Mountain

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 3:00 PM

Lookout Mountain rises above Chattanooga like a sleeping giant. Two rock outcroppings, Point Park and Sunset Rock serve as perfect destinations for viewing the local landscape. A climb to these destinations rewards you with views of Georgia and North Carolina mountains, Watts Bar’s cooling towers,

Featured Blog - The Nightmares to Return to Dread Hollow

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 3:00 PM

I don’t do horror or haunted houses. The last scary movie I watched was Children of the Corn in sixth grade. So when I got the assignment to do Ruby Falls’ Haunted Cavern, I was nervous. Buzzfeed named it fourth on their list of “terrifying haunted houses to see before you die.” That's in the

Chattanooga Symphony & Opera 2017/2018 Season

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 9:00 AM

For this upcoming season, the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera has an exciting lineup showcasing music from years past to more contemporary pieces. Music from Mozart and Vivaldi to the standards of the Swing Era to the newest concerto from Béla Fleck can be enjoyed this year at the Chattanooga

Planning a Day on the Trails in Chattanooga

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 8:00 PM

The secret is out: Chattanooga is a city that’s home to an incredible array of outdoor experiences and possibilities. Having wholly embraced its geographical blessings in recent years, the Scenic City—as it’s appropriately nicknamed—is a place that’s ripe with adventure.

From the iconic point of

True story: A woman from Chattanooga is walking to her hotel in downtown Atlanta and stops at an intersection to wait on a light. A runner comes up with a dog and asks if she could hold the leash while he ties his shoes. He finishes with the laces, straightens up, and without another word sprints