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The Language of Love

Before the invention of, and Tinder, singles used to frequent bars and nightclubs to blindly meet people to find their significant other. If you have ever tried some of those online ...

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Blood, Sweat and Glory

Anybody want to be a hero? If so, Brad Tipton would love to meet you. Tipton is captain of the Cliff/Cave Unit of the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Rescue Service (CHCRS), which he describes as the best qualified ... more »

Jan 27, 2016 12:39 PM Cover Story 2 Comments

Beans & Brew

Coffee: the elixir of life. It’s been claimed that Americans drink some 400 million cups of coffee per day (that works out to 146 billion cups per year), making the United States the leading consumer of coffee in the world. Yep, we drink ... more »

Jan 20, 2016 12:03 PM Cover Story

Hope Flourishes In A Sea Of Education Woes

Chattanooga is growing fast, adding well-paid new jobs in high-tech industries every day—but studies indicate our schools are not turning out graduates qualified to fill them. What to do? more »

Jan 13, 2016 3:04 PM Cover Story

High-Tech Chattanooga At Play...High Up In The Air

Lydia Graham Jones arrives at a Dungeons & Dragons session laughing. In the trunk of her car, she has assorted unmanned aerial vehicles—UAVs—or drones, as they’re often ... more »

Jan 6, 2016 12:32 PM Cover Story

A Chattanoogan Celebrates A New Year In An Old Country

It’s almost New Year’s Eve in Chiang Mai, Thailand. As I stare upward at the crumbling bricks of Thapae Gate—bricks that have seen traders, diplomats and monks pass for over 700 ... more »

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