Debbie Riggs will sign her recently reprinted book, The Day Cleveland Cried: A History of the Monuments, on Saturday at Museum Center at 5ive Points.
Ms. Riggs' book documents the Steed-Hardwick-Marshall monument as well as the UDC monument.
December 18, 2014
The Arts Council, Inc. along with community partners announced two public art projects in the works for downtown Huntsville. While these projects are different in scope, they both offer a chance ... (click for more)
On Christmas Eve, CARTA will discontinue all bus services early. The last trip leaving downtown on the Eastgate/Hamilton Place route will be at 5:30 p.m. The last Downtown Shuttle ... (click for more)
The Association for Visual Arts and the Mid-South Sculpture Alliance are partnering to present a juried exhibition of work by MSA members. The exhibit will run Jan. 9-Feb. 27. This exhibit ... (click for more)
The Arts Council, Inc. along with community partners announced two public art projects in the works for downtown Huntsville. While these projects are different in scope, they both offer a chance for a wide variety of artists to participate in the burgeoning public art movement in the Rocket City. The City of Huntsville, The Arts Council and Sealy Property Development, LLC seek ... (click for more)
On Christmas Eve, CARTA will discontinue all bus services early. The last trip leaving downtown on the Eastgate/Hamilton Place route will be at 5:30 p.m. The last Downtown Shuttle will leave Shuttle Park North returning to the Choo Choo at 6 p.m. The last trip leaving downtown will be at 7:30 p.m. on the following routes: Alton Park, East Lake, East Chattanooga/Avondale, ... (click for more)
An investor group announced that it is planning the development of an upscale 150-room hotel in the historic Chattanooga Bank Building. MCA is comprised of 20 EB-5 investors as limited partners with Red Leaf Development, managed by David Roos, as the general partner. Long-time partner PHG is involved in the development of the hotel and will be responsible for its management ... (click for more)
An investigator testified Thursday that a minister who was beaten to death during an apparent drug deal had texts on his phone dealing with similar exchanges of illegal drugs. The minister's wife said he had gone out that night as part of a church counseling program to women. General Sessions Court Judge Clarence Shattuck bound charges of felony murder and especially aggravated ... (click for more)
Oh, no. The Piccadilly Cafeteria at Hamilton Place is closing. Its last day is Christmas Eve. I will miss the great food they have there but most of all I will miss their servers, cashiers and waitresses. They are all so friendly and accommodating. They make it like it’s a home-style restaurant. I sure wish there was some way that Hamilton Place and ... (click for more)
The secret to the whole thing is not getting caught but somebody at the Toys R Us store in Framingham, Mass., had a camera when Cathy O’Grady was very quietly paying off all the layaway balances at the popular location last week. The picture snaked its way onto social media sites and her friends quickly recognized the area’s most famous “layaway angel.” Then somebody in nearby ... (click for more)