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Cues For the Absolutely Perfect Backyard ’Cue

It’s late August, and the air around Chattanooga hangs thick with the smell of a thousand failed barbecues. Weekend warriors mourn the dry ribs, overcooked brisket and bland pork shoulders lost on their watch ...

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The Watchdog

Helen Burns Sharp does not look ferocious. A pleasant woman with a gentle Southern accent, she seemingly would be at home in a gardening hat and pruning shears. But appearances are deceiving ... more »

Aug 19, 2015 12:05 PM Cover Story

Rediscover That New Book Smell

Technology advances before we’ve gotten used to the status quo. Laptops, iPads, and cellular phones decrease in value at a rapid rate as customers put themselves on lists to upgrade to the newest device before they even leave the store. more »

Aug 12, 2015 12:58 PM Cover Story

Turning The Page

At age 63, an old dog isn’t thinking about new tricks, but the Southern Lit Alliance is feeling frisky as a pup off the leash, bringing readers and writers together with bold new programs for 2016 and broader outreach than ever before. more »

Aug 12, 2015 12:58 PM Cover Story

Ink, Salt and Water Make Beauty

Chasing her sister with frogs, playing with “real” imaginary friends, and spending an immense amount of time at the ocean…it is easy to see the resulting effects of these times in Fennel Blythe’s artwork. more »

Aug 12, 2015 12:58 PM Cover Story

ArtsBuild Imagined A New Home

ArtsBuild President Dan Bowers was having a meeting with then-Times Free Press President Jason Taylor. Taylor, who also sat on the steering committee for Arts Build’s “Imagine Chattanooga 20/20” initiative ... more »

Aug 12, 2015 12:58 PM Cover Story

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