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Where Your Treasure Lies, Your Heart Will be Also

By | December 4th, 2018|

In May 2018 Friends of Moccasin Bend National Archaeology District and Friends of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park consolidated, forming National Park Partners. The organization’s goals are to educate and promote both national parks through programs that engage the public in a variety of ways. Ranger Chris Young [...]

Rebirth of a Historic Chattanooga Icon

By | November 27th, 2018|

“Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness.” – Frank Gehry Anchored within the footprint of Chattanooga’s new West Village district, historic downtown hotel ℹ️ “The Read House” recently celebrated a Grand Opening following an extensive $28 million renovation and rebirth of the hotel to its 1920’s [...]

A Magical Milestone

By | November 20th, 2018|

As host to millions of guests, the ℹ️ Tennessee Aquarium and its many animal ambassadors have created millions of photo opportunities and forged millions of cherished memories over the years. With the imminent arrival of the holidays, the Aquarium is thankful for the opportunity to have touched — [...]

A Natchez Noel

By | November 13th, 2018|

Natchez, Mississippi is known for its grand antebellum homes any time of year, but during the holidays you can see them at their finest, all dressed up and open for tours. It just takes a little more than six hours to drive from Chattanooga to Natchez, well worth a holiday [...]

Chattanooga Chefs on Stage in Orange Beach, Alabama This Week

By | November 6th, 2018|

Starting tomorrow, three local top-notch chefs will be competing in the annual ℹ️ World Food Championships (WFC) in Orange Beach, Alabama. ℹ️ Rebecca Barron of ℹ️ St. John’s, ℹ️ Hardin Cowan of ℹ️ Solarium Cafe and ℹ️ Nick Thiers of Virginia Culinard Institute will be part of a larger group representing Team Tennessee at the event. [...]

Off Season is the Best Season in Jackson County

By | October 30th, 2018|

As chillier weather moves in, the crowds move out and lodging prices decrease with the temperatures in the Western North Carolina mountain towns of Jackson County. Many might think that winter is for hibernation, but in the towns of Sylva, Dillsboro, Cherokee and Cashiers, it is an undiscovered season with [...]