A new culture is brewing. Our city has welcomed many new craft breweries, and new ones keep popping up. Is Chattanooga positioning itself to become a new destination for craft beer lovers in the south?
Lee University, a small school in Cleveland, Tennessee, is erupting with musical talent, with many students finding success on an international level. Find out exactly what makes the music education at this small, Christian school in Cleveland, Tennessee so special.
Did you read comic books when you were a kid? Did you ever dream of creating new worlds and characters of your own? Well, there's a group of artists in our community, both up-and-comers and professionals, who share their ideas and experiences with one another in an effort to elevate the art form for all of us.
Strung Like a Horse has landed a record contract, and a shot at a wider audience.
Miniature golf is a fun, accessible activity that’s brought together players of all ages for decades. But what you may not know, is how the game you know today was shaped by an historic course atop Lookout Mountain in the early twentieth century.
Hot sauce company Hoff & Pepper is partnering with other local businesses and spreading the love of heat.
The ladies who compete with the Chattanooga Roller Girls are asking fans to rethink what a woman athlete looks like.
Baseball is enjoyed by millions, but like most sports, participation has been limited for folks with disabilities. The Miracle League of Whitfield County offers an opportunity for those in our community with special needs to experience America’s past time in an extraordinary way.
Project Free 2 Fly gives women who have faced life-controlling circumstances a safe space to heal, create, and prepare for a brighter future.
This short film chronicles Mark’s passion for sharing his gift with a wide array of talented local musicians.
Join us as we explore the effort to bring back the Southeast’s only native trout species.
Veterans with combat-related PTSD find purpose and connection through their interactions with rescued shelter dogs
The Chattanooga Library aims to rock your expectations.
Explore the history of climbing in Chattanooga and how the scenic city area has become a mecca for climbing in the southeast.
Dirt track racing attracts generations of speed enthusiasts and a close-knit community.
At Y-CAP, young men learn boxing and so much more.
Artist Wayne White returns to share his passion for Chattanooga's history and creativity
The Najim family, refugees from Iraq, are finding a new home and new ways to pursue their dreams in Chattanooga
Discover how local schools are taking learning outdoors using the 'forest kindergarten' approach
Artist Rondell Crier provides a creative resource studio for residents of East Chattanooga’s underserved neighborhoods.
Coming together to send hungry kids home with something to eat on the weekend.
Tennessee is a leader in the fight against human trafficking.
Discover the art of instrument making with local guitar builder Jason Armstrong.
Discover how Erlanger Hospital has pioneered a new standard of care for stroke treatment
Find out how Erik Niel came to be a staple in Chattanooga’s food scene.
The origin story of the Chattanooga area and its founding father, Chief John Ross.
Chattanooga Girls Rock Camp empowers young girls to find their voice through music education and performance.
Empower Chattanooga teaches residents ways to reduce their utility bills.
Follow local artist Kevin Bate as he memorializes the five men lost on July 16th, 2015.
Musician Nick Lutsko combines music and puppet making for a unique musical experience.