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How Much Do You Read?

As a book-lover, introvert (and 100 percent Ravenclaw), I understand why my fellow verbivores might want to give the Readers and Writers Fair a pass and well, just stay home and read. But after a talk with Ray Zimmerman, writer, reader and ...



Sometimes art is very recognizable as capital “A” Art—we all recognize Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers”, Monet’s “Water Lilies”, even Klimt’s “The Kiss”. Other times art is harder to pin down and exists across multiple media, claiming a more conceptual ... more

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The work of Chattanooga painter Steven Yessick goes far beyond the canvas, transferring the energy of friendly social gatherings to international forums. Yessick first discovered an interest in abstract art when drawing and designing buildings in ... more


There are endless possibilities on what you can with fire. From lighting a candle to eating fire, people find all sorts of things to do. It can come in handy when making a campfire or it can be used in magic or art. more

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If you are now or ever have been engaged, then you know how it can sometimes be difficult to juggle a fiancé, plan a wedding, and handle work and other day to day tasks. However, if you’re smart, you only have one fiancé at a time, and that’s ... more


Sometimes when I look at the sky on a particularly lovely evening, I think about how if I could paint anything in the world perfectly, I would paint clouds. I can’t paint to save my life, but with the help of Lisa Denney’s “Make and Take” ... more

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