Fashion Spring Fashion Accessories

It’s spring, and we’re divesting ourselves of wool and heavy clothes and gratefully bringing out the linen, silks and cottons. So it’s time to think about changing up your accessories as well. more »

Apr 24, 2014 by in Cover Story


Jazzanooga is a nonprofit operating under the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga. Music enthusiasts and arts-minded Chattanoogans can donate to Jazzanooga’s fund by visiting the Community Foundation’s website. more »

Apr 17, 2014 in Cover Story

Spreading Their Wings in the Big Art Sky

But what about the novice painter, sculptor, printmaker? How do they create a body of work with a depth beyond their present experience? more »

Apr 10, 2014 by in Cover Story

A Film Lovers Feast Is Finally Here

The CFF needs to become a part of Chattanooga, an institution as recognizable as the Aquarium, one that brings in as many tourist dollars as Rock City, and stands as solid as Lookout Mountain. more »

Apr 3, 2014 by in Cover Story


Two million dollars. One month. One state. And there were only 59 businesses in the entire state that were certified to sell marijuana when it officially became legal at the beginning of the year. more »

Mar 27, 2014 by in Cover Story (1 Comments)

Secrets of the Sommelier Revealed!

They will either find you that exact style of wine or they will take those flavors and introduce you to something new. This is where the adventure happens for me. It’s like buying the perfect birthday present. more »

Mar 20, 2014 by in Cover Story

9 New Cars you won't regret

For those of us who remember car buying in the dark days of the ’70s and ’80s, it’s an amazing time to be alive. Check out these nine suggestions, which cover the demographic gamut. more »

Mar 13, 2014 by in Cover Story

Dissent in District 7

“He ran as an openly gay man. He was elected as an openly gay man. He has not done what he was elected to do,” says Teresa Wood, the manager of the petition’s Facebook page. She lives in St. Elmo. more »

Mar 6, 2014 by in Cover Story

Forty-Three Black Artists, Millions of Stories

“So many new movements and styles grew out of the tumult of the 20th century, and these works reflect that diversity.” more »

Feb 27, 2014 by in Cover Story

Deserted By Progress

Trips to the grocery store take at least an hour, and if she wants to go to a store downtown, she has to make a transfer. But that’s really the only option because, “You can’t put a store here if you wanted to,” she says, even a convenience store. more »

Feb 20, 2014 by in Cover Story

Cupid - Finding love in cyberspace is now the norm

So, what’s a lonely Chattanoogan to do? Well, this is the “Gig City”. Why not skip all that church-mingling, bar-hopping, supply-closet-fumbling and supermarket-grocery-cart-crashing and try to meet someone online? more »

Feb 14, 2014 by in Cover Story

Blues Culture and Black Experience in the River City

This turned out to be a way for performers to develop their skills well enough to be hired by a traveling show like the Original Georgia Minstrels, Black Pattis Troubadours and Silas Green from New Orleans. more »

Feb 6, 2014 by in Cover Story

Track 29 The (not so) little engine that could

Monica is quick to point out that the support of local fans has also been key to their success and the continued growth and diversity of the local music scene—but that there have been some “teachable moments” along the way. more »

Jan 23, 2014 in Cover Story

Single Use, Many Varieties

In fact, pretty much the only knock against single-serve brewers has been their cost. Even a basic machine can cost more than $100, and the individual packs can be a bit pricey. more »

Jan 16, 2014 by in Cover Story

Chattanooga Coffee Houses

A few of our favorite coffee houses here in Chattanooga! more »

Jan 16, 2014 in Cover Story

Kings & Queens of Caffeine

Greyfriar's has offered French-pressed coffee since the early days, and has been offering pour-overs for the past year and a half. more »

Jan 16, 2014 by in Cover Story (1 Comments)

No Better Time Than Now to Tune In

I’ll wind this up with poet James Broughten’s words about the connectedness of all things: “This is it, and I am it, and you are it, so is that, and he is it, and she is it, and it is it, and that is that.” more »

Jan 2, 2014 by in Cover Story

La Cage aux Chatt

Performing has been in my blood since I was a small child. Making my mother smile by putting on a dress and singing a Diana Ross song was as normal to me as climbing a tree was to my brother. more »

Dec 26, 2013 by in Cover Story

Last Minute 2013 Holiday Shopping Guide

From all the local shops around Chattanooga! more »

Dec 19, 2013 in Cover Story

2013 Shopping Guide

Louis C.K., Crystal Head Vodka, DNA Portraits, and much more! more »

Dec 12, 2013 in Cover Story

Gifts for Her

Wine Aroma Tasting Kit, Robot Tea Infuser, teas from New Moon Gallery, and much more! more »

Dec 12, 2013 in Cover Story

Gifts For Our Four Legged Friends

Chilly Dog hand–knit dog sweaters, Airplane Cat House, Fish Training Kit, and much more! more »

Dec 12, 2013 in Cover Story

Stocking Stuffers 2013

Kebo, Miracle Berry, 1,000–piece puzzle, and much more! more »

Dec 12, 2013 in Cover Story

Gifts for Him

Metallica sweater, English Hunting Flask, Burroughs Beard Oil, and much more! more »

Dec 12, 2013 in Cover Story

Holiday Gift Guide 2013

Holiday gift ideas from around the city and around the world more »

Dec 5, 2013 in Cover Story

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