The event will take place on Saturday, Aug. 2 from 2 - 4 p.m. at Caffeine Addicts, 7819 Nashville St., Ringgold.
Ms. Graham, a resident of Ringgold, Ga., will be available to sign copies of her book, Chloe's Pet.
October 8, 2015
Mark Making will unveil "Pollinators" in East Chattanooga on Friday, Oct. 16, at 5:30 p.m. The new mural is at Hope for the Inner City, 1800 Roanoke Ave. "Pollinators" was created ... (click for more)
This week in the Arts: Thursday, October 8 Art + Issues at the Hunter Museum "It's All About Plein Air" Exhibit at Ringgold Art and Frame Gallery, Ringgold, GA Ayelet ... (click for more)
Santa's FUNd Fest will be held Saturday for the Stockings Full of Love program on Fort Oglethorpe's Polo Field with the goal to help give every child a merry Christmas. The yard sale begins ... (click for more)
Mark Making will unveil "Pollinators" in East Chattanooga on Friday, Oct. 16, at 5:30 p.m. The new mural is at Hope for the Inner City, 1800 Roanoke Ave. "Pollinators" was created by male teens from Hope for the Inner City. The word "hope" is about believing in better tomorrows that can be pollinated by today's thoughts and actions, said Mark Making officials. ... (click for more)
This week in the Arts: Thursday, October 8 Art + Issues at the Hunter Museum "It's All About Plein Air" Exhibit at Ringgold Art and Frame Gallery, Ringgold, GA Ayelet Waldman Book Signing at the Chattanooga Public Library Digital Illustrations Showcase at Southern Adventist University Steel Magnolias at Blue Ridge Community Theater, Blue Ridge, ... (click for more)
The Memphis Commercial Appeal and the Knoxville News-Sentinel are among 15 daily newspapers acquired Wednesday by Gannett, which already owns the Nashville Tennessean. That leaves the Chattanooga Times Free Press as the only large daily print newspaper in Tennessee not owned by Gannett, which is also the parent of USA Today. The $280 million purchase from Milwaukee-based ... (click for more)
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam spoke Wednesday after a mass team meeting with Volkswagen management and workers in an attempt to reassure Chattanoogans that local production is still on schedule and that his office still trusts that the Chattanooga plant is a solid long-term investment, despite the company's ongoing emissions scandal. He said that legislation have ... (click for more)
Re: Erlanger Reaches Settlement With Former CEO Understandable from a legal liability standpoint but disgusting non the less. Gus Bryan (click for more)
There was a most unfortunate line in a recent email written to me and, in retrospect, I should not have included it in some examples of the huge response regarding the bicycle lanes now being installed on Broad Street. I’ll admit I misread the line because I feel certain I know what the writer was trying to convey. As a matter of fact, I received enough of an outcry I want to clarify ... (click for more)