What was once the center of business and trade is getting a boost thanks to Google. In 1887, Bridgeport in Jackson County, Alabama, was the seemingly perfect location for a few wealthy New York industrialists to set up a new capitalist venture.
"Where we were for Bluegrass Underground before for the last 10 years has been a wonderful reality,” explained owner Todd Mayo. “But it was always a show cave. In the back of my mind I always wanted to find something that was Red Rocks m...
Berry College is home to the Fighting Vikings, but a new potential mascot has emerged. And it's one that represents more than just the college. The duo of bald eagles represent the country.
Glamping has been described as nature meeting modern luxury. It's a way to experience the untamed and completely unique parts of the world—without having to sacrifice creature comforts.
Gift cards are traditionally given for restaurants, movies or music. But now it's a great offer for golfers, hikers, anglers, campers, history buffs or anyone who enjoys being outdoors.
Football might not be the most celebrated extra-curricular activity on campus now, but to this day Sewanee holds the title as having the best team in college football history.
The 1950s ushered in interstate highway construction across the nation, and Olgiati felt Chattanooga's close proximity to big cities in every direction should make his city a priority.
Rock Island State Park is only about an hour and 20 minutes away from Chattanooga’s city center, but by the time you pull into this gorgeous state park, you’ll feel worlds away.
August Bruce is a remarkable musician who also owns a music store in Red Bank. But what is more remarkable about August is that she teaches any newcomer to the world of music – for free.
The Fireman’s Fountain in downtown Chattanooga is a revered memorial for the firemen, Henry Iler and W.M. Peak who lost their lives in the line of duty in June of 1887.
Just 4 miles separate the ruggedness of Lookout Mountain and the modern contemporary design of the Tennessee Aquarium. Long time Scenic City residents know, it almost didn’t look like this.