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Brooke Brown

It’s always a good time for a couple of brews in a city like Chattanooga, but there’s no better place to sample the finest beers Chattanooga has to offer than at Chattabrewga. This year will be Chattabrewga’s fifth year ... Read more

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The holidays are fun, festive and full of family. A lot of family. And if yours lives out of town and wants to visit the beautiful Scenic City for your turn to host, you might find yourself feeling overwhelmed with all the merriment. If you find ... Read more

News & Notes

Perfectly located on the edge of UTC’s campus, Barley Chattanooga is still the chillest, most laid back taproom. From the beautiful wood floors and bar, wall of taps, leather chair lounge areas complete with games like chess, Scrabble, and Sorry! ... Read more

Dining Out

The holiday season is supposed to be a time of relaxation, time spent with family, around a roaring fireplace, sprinkles of snow outside. But here in the good ole U S of A, the holiday season is a mad dash to the mall (or Amazon.com) buying gifts ... Read more

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The Creative Discovery Museum is full of wonder all year round for children. There they learn to problem solve, explore, and discover a whole new world of imagination and learning from dinosaur bone digging to pushing tiny sailboats through ... Read more

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Christmas and holiday decorations are the highlight of my year. A dark evergreen, ball-dotted, tinsel-tipped, star-topped beauty in the corner of my living room brightens my day, and I went so far as to buy Alexa-controlled plugs so I can say ... Read more

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So far this holiday season we’ve fluctuated from unseasonably warm days to a wave of brisk, frost-dusted mornings. Me, I’m looking forward to a constant chill dedicated to gloves, hats, and winter vibes, and it seems Seaux Chill and Friends are ... Read more

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There are quite a few Christmas movies that I’ve seen one too many times: A Christmas Story, Elf, Die Hard. But one I can never see enough is A Christmas Carol. Maybe it’s because there are so many film versions (I’ve always been particularly ... Read more

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It’s no surprise that calligraphy is making a comeback. Maybe it never went away, I’m not sure, but traditional calligraphy with a nib and inkwell has evolved from something I picture Ben Franklin doing to something you’ll find on a million and ... Read more

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When people ask me what I do, I tend to give the same answer; “I’m a writer and editor.” But one man with so many titles he couldn’t possibly list them in a casual conversation is Thollem McDonas. “A perpetually traveling pianist, keyboardist ... Read more

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Reflections Gallery never ceases to put forth amazing artists. Local, regional, new and well-known, their “All Artist” Open House this Thursday will surely be an event not to be missed. Showcasing over seventeen artists starting at 4 p.m. ... Read more

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MILK Boutique owner Starr Card has an eye for fashion, something that’s evident the moment I meet her. Dressed in a luxurious, yet simply tasteful white, knee-length cashmere vest she’s belted into a dress over black leggings and knee-high black ... Read more

Business Briefs

A  staple in the Chattanooga community for 32 years, Cempa Community Care (formerly known as Chattanooga CARES) started as an education organization founded by five members of the community that worked or volunteered for hospice and saw the ... Read more

Business Briefs

As an adult, long hard days, strenuous workloads and busy lifestyles can bog us down, weaken our good attitudes and thankfulness for another day. Sometimes it’s hard to be positive, to feel grateful for x, y and z, but if there is one thing ... Read more

Business Briefs

If there’s one being for whom my love (and my budget) knows no bounds, it’s my dog, Hank. That quirky, attention-loving little noodle is the love of our lives; he’s the light in the darkness after a bad day at work, and the exclamation point on ... Read more

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Long days of work sitting in the same position, lifting heavy objects, working our bodies to the limit, we’re all guilty of it. Sometimes it’s easy to push off pain, ignore a pinch, tell yourself you’ll deal with it later, but our bodies, while ... Read more

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It’s been an unseasonably hot October thus far, and I for one am not happy about it. Fall is the time for brisk breezy weather, sweaters and boots, and a cool rain shower here and there, not this 90 degree afternoon, let me sweat through my jean ... Read more

Dining Out

Chattanooga is a vibrant and growing city that strives to be more inclusive of people from diverse cultures, backgrounds, and ideologies. With a focus on understanding and fostering diversity, Troy Johnson, LCSW, a psychotherapist with a private ... Read more

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The smell of fresh rubber tires greets me as I walk through the doors of Cycle Sport. Owner Curtis is hard at work inside and greets me with a smile, excited to tell me, a 26 year-old who has never mastered riding a bike, all about his passion. Read more

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It’s a surprisingly cool morning in August when I arrive at the Spice and Tea Exchange. I like to think it’s because I’ve been forcibly wearing fall outfits for two weeks in hopes of persuading the weather to cool down. Read more

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Although I have been making sacrifices to the autumn gods by wearing long sleeves in ninety degree weather and breaking out the booties, summer seems to be holding on for the long haul, and I’m sure there are plenty of sun-loving folks who are ... Read more

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