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 ... more

The Bowl

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 ... more

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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 ... 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 ... 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 ... 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. 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. 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 ... more

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I’ve always wanted to learn how to paint. The idea of taking an easel to a beautiful landscape, or simply setting up next to the flowers in my garden, has enticed me. Alas, I’ve never taken the time to see if I have a talent for it, or cultivate ... more

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What do you get when you throw sixteen DJs and tons of your dance-centric friends into an abandoned warehouse over the course of two days? A hell of a good time known as Flavorless Fest, Chattanooga’s first two-day music festival to be held in ... more

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Have you always wanted to learn the basics of playing guitar, but are too strapped for time or cash to attend private lessons? Then this Thursday’s Guitar 101: The Five Basic Chords event at Chattanooga Workspace will be the perfect place for you ... more

The Bowl

If you’re looking for something fun and creative to get your artsy side flowing this weekend, look no further than Celebrations: A Community Collaborations workshops this Saturday from nine thirty to three at SPOT Venue. A group of independent ... more

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For years, Jazzanooga has continued to engage our community with events that not only break cultural barriers but are one heck of a good time. Last year, the Levitt AMP Chattanooga Music Series they presented blew Chattanooga music lovers away ... more

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If you’re like me, you love the idea of being a gardener, but somehow kill everything you touch. Or the one plant you took the time to pot survives for a short while before giving up on life because it knows you’re scared of ruining it and ... more

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Chattanooga has a blend of what seems like a hundred different musical genres, from americana, pop and punk to bluegrass, metal and rock, we can never experience enough diversity of music. And with new live music venues popping up around town ... more

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In this day and age of smartphones with incredibly high res cameras, many of us think we qualify as photographers when our greatest achievement is taking selfies and photos of our brunch. Sure, that photo of your eggs benedict is nice, but truly ... more

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“Jazzanooga is different because it’s driven by the community. It’s what the community needs it to be, what they want it to be. We could’ve gone different ways with it, but I wanted to share the notion with people that if they can do it, you can ... more

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Frames of every color dot the walls of Art Creations’ Frazier Avenue store: deep browns, glittering golds, the spectrum of the rainbow, each frame patiently waiting for your choice to perfectly compliment the piece of art, memorabilia, diploma or ... more

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With the multitude of streaming services available these days, it’s a wonder any of us still have cable. I for one still pay an ungodly amount of money to EPB monthly (although it’s pennies compared to the bill we used to receive from another ... more


Sustaining our environment’s resources is something we should all be interested in, not tomorrow or next week, but now. Whether that’s doing your part by recycling, adding solar panels to your home, or shrinking your carbon footprint, our earth ... more

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When Encore Consignment opened in Riverview over 20 years ago, owner Sherry Shipley Gravitt was just trying to bring a little more style to Chattanooga as she noticed the lack of upscale consignment stores in Chattanooga after returning to her ... more

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