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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 ...

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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

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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

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Chattanooga is saturated with “happy art”—colorful landscapes, pictures of the walking bridge, still lifes, portraits, pretty abstract paintings, most of them created by happy people for the delight of satisfied customers. In this environment, it ... more

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Making sense of the world around us from an outside perspective is a challenging aspect of life that most of us are all too familiar with. Sure, we can attempt to see things from someone else’s point of view, but that can be challenging if that ... more

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A single glance at one of Michael Salter’s drawings is all that it takes to know that he is a consummate draftsman. A similar thing can be said for any of his paintings, illustrations, comics, designs, and for his drumming. As he says, “Music and ... more

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