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Thinking Tiny and Living Big

Somewhere in Chattanooga, not too far from where you live, there’s a neighborhood. In one of the houses lives a farmer, and in his backyard a 50-x-40-foot garden grows okra, kale, lettuce, spinach, and collards.

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We’ve Been Working on the Railroads a Long Time

Because of existing rail located throughout our city, the city is looking at how we can strategically utilize it to spur economic reinvestment in neighborhoods that really need it.” more »

Feb 18, 2015 12:00 AM Cover Story 2 Comments

Alex Teach’s Guide to Love and Other Delights

It is late afternoon, and the acrid smell of burning rubber lingers in the house, causing responders and technicians alike to cringe, an unintentional scowl uniformly marking their faces. more »

Feb 11, 2015 3:42 PM Cover Story

A Personal History of Hip Hop

Hip hop is now over 40 years old. The culture has fascinated me from the very beginning. I can remember being 9 years old and going into my oldest brother’s room to listen to his albums. more »

Feb 4, 2015 5:02 PM Cover Story

Family Fun On the Rocks

If you’ve ever suspected that your children want you dead, there’s an easy way to tell that’s pretty definitive: They ask you to take them rock climbing. more »

Jan 29, 2015 9:50 AM Cover Story

In Search of the Perfect Bean

"See if you can tell the difference between these two coffees.” After staring blankly at the two glasses of freshly brewed coffee before me, I protested, claimed ignorance ... more »

Jan 22, 2015 10:37 AM Cover Story

The Modest Man Behind the Major Changemaker

What do the 21st Century Waterfront and a recent college graduate have in common? Each makes Chattanooga a better place and each received funding from the Greater Chattanooga Community Foundation. more »

Jan 15, 2015 9:38 AM Cover Story

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