Cassette Culture

A new generation of music fans, artists and collectors revive the cassette tape. more »

Dec 13, 2012 by in Cover Story

Cassette Essentials

Cassette-culture studies can be daunting. So we compiled a handy short-list of blogs, fan sites, retailers and books to help you get started. more »

Dec 13, 2012 in Cover Story

Mayfield's: All Killer, No Filler

New independent record store in Red Bank offer new music on cassette. more »

Dec 13, 2012 by in Cover Story

On Deck: A Brief History of Car Audio

First, there was the wheel. Not much of interest happened for millennia after that until the advent of car audio. more »

Dec 13, 2012 by in Cover Story

Ten Years After...

TheWhigs, The Bohannons, St. Paul & The Broken Bones and Browan Lollar fill the bill for an appropriate evening of vintage rock as The Pulse celebrates its 10th anniversary. more »

Dec 6, 2012 by in Cover Story

One on One: John Oates

Pop icon, part-time Nashville resident and the quiet half of Hall and Oates speaks. more »

Nov 29, 2012 by in Cover Story

10 Years On - Lockout Mountain

This week we begin observing our 10 year anniversary by by taking a ride in the Way Back Machine. We decided to kick things off with a retrospective of the locally produced cartoon Lockout Mountain by Trebor Redle. Enjoy! more »

Nov 1, 2012 in Cover Story

The Good, The Guts, The Gore

Everyone has their own list, of course. If zombies, vampires (the non-twinkly kind) or aliens are your thing, that’s fine. Try finding a film you haven’t seen before or try experiencing a favorite in a different way. more »

Oct 25, 2012 by in Cover Story

Beauty Is Embarrassing: The Weird, Wild, Wonderful World of Wayne White

Beauty Is Embarrassing is a new documentary about Wayne White’s life and work. The film is currently opening in theaters around the country after receiving successful nods at SXSW in Austin, the Toronto Film Festival and more. more »

Oct 11, 2012 by in Cover Story

Gig City Roots Rocks

RiverRocks will run from Oct. 5-14 with over 90 events that emphasize wildlife conservation, including Balloon Glow on Oct. 6 and The BIG Picnic on Oct. 13, an event featuring Chef Eric Taslimi, who will serve up healthy, local and sustainable food. more »

Oct 4, 2012 by in Cover Story

Pre-Worn, But Not Thrift

With 2,300 consignors on record, Encore has consignors who shop all over the world, resulting in an injection of global fashion perspectives in Chattanooga. more »

Sep 27, 2012 by in Cover Story

Elemi Wins Design Challenge

Urban design was the rock star last Thursday at Track 29, as River City Company’s yearlong Urban Design Challenge came to a grand finale, with a juried winner and an audience choice award. more »

Aug 30, 2012 by in Cover Story

Intellectual Hub

UTC Lupton Library Dean Theresa Liedtka says the university's new $48 million library will be a multimedia intellectual hub—but she's not forgetting the books. more »

Aug 9, 2012 by in Cover Story

Cult Of Threads

Three years in business, Collective Clothing influences more than just what their clientele wear. more »

Jun 21, 2012 by in Cover Story

Southern Bourbon Boom

Bourbon is on the comeback and nowhere is that more evident than in the South, where whiskey sipping has been elevated to high art. more »

Apr 19, 2012 by in Cover Story

HATCH Highlights

History. Art. Technology. Culture. Happenings.—is a new 10-day showcase of all facets of creative culture in Chattanooga. more »

Apr 12, 2012 in Cover Story

Reflections & Revival on Glass Street

Glass House Collective’s mission—“to bring life back to Glass Street and bring Glass Street back to life”. more »

Apr 12, 2012 by in Cover Story

Dark Obsessions in Nine Stories

As an Author, Balázs said he likes to explore individuals or situations that might initially make a reader feel uncomfortable and then bring them around to empathize. more »

Mar 8, 2012 by in Cover Story

Step Right Up

Open mics in Chattanooga. more »

Mar 1, 2012 by in Cover Story (2 Comments)

Sandy Huffaker

An Illustrated Life more »

Mar 1, 2012 by in Cover Story

A Typeface to Call Our Own

In Europe it’s second nature for cities to have their own typeface, according to Robbie de Villiers of Wilton Foundry, but not in the U.S. Minneapolis recently went through what he called “an academic exercise” to develop its own typeface. more »

Feb 23, 2012 by in Cover Story

Daytripper: High Art, Low Culture Minutes Apart

Exploring some of the spectrum's in ATL. more »

Feb 23, 2012 by in Cover Story

Hipster Hi-Fi for $1K

Collecting vinyl is all the rage, but we forgot to tell you—you’ll need a stereo. more »

Dec 15, 2011 in Cover Story

The Pulse Vinyl Issue Cover Shoot

Recreating the classic '73 album cover of The Who's Quadrophenia. more »

Dec 14, 2011 by in Cover Story

Current Issue


April 25, 2014


April 26, 2014


April 27, 2014


April 28, 2014


April 29, 2014


April 30, 2014


May 1, 2014