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A Chef Changes Course

“It’s a dream come true,” says Chef Kenny Burnap as he shifts in his seat. I imagine this is the first time he’s had a seat today; it’s likely an unfamiliar body position for a chef running a kitchen. A million details must be pressing on his busy...

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It takes a minute for your eyes to adjust to the dim interior. Then you hear it—the clicks, thumps, buzzers, and bells of the dozens of pinball machines and vintage electronic games lining the walls of Chattanooga’s Classic Arcade Pinball Museum. Read more

Business Briefs

Some words mean very little. A passing idea with no real grit or concept. The word “refugee” is not one of those words. It is a heavy word in any connotation. The idea is uncomfortable because the very concept comes from a place of extreme ... Read more

Between The Bridges

The Chattanooga Readers and Writers Fair is hosting an open submission period to local writers for the first time during this year’s fair. Any submissions that are accepted will be featured at the fair and the author will be asked to present a ... Read more

The Bowl

This weekend, 600 leaders of the “maker” movement from around the country arrive for the Nation of Makers conference, or NOMCON. Maker Faires are like public festivals of home-made stuff, from robots to arts and crafts, while NOMCON is a ... Read more

Between The Bridges

The geniuses behind London Calling have a new idea, and it’s called LUAU. Remember Passageways 2.0? Remember the glittering triangles that canopy the Cherry Street entrance to Cooper’s Alley? If you follow that shining passage back to the alley ... Read more

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