Maxwell, Cody, Contributing Writer en-us © 2014 The Pulse and Brewer Media. All rights reserved. Thu, 30 Oct 2014 00:00:00 GMT The Good Wife For Halloween, Cody Maxwell shares a short, haunting tale with us in the fine storytelling tradition ...

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Return To Patten Towers “Everybody knows ya’ll Patten Towers people call the ambulance just to get a free ride to the hospital.”

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Independence Day, Independent Views: COA "COA first began as a conversation between Megan Hollenbeck, Chris Brooks, myself. We had all recognized that there was something deeply wrong with Chattanooga."

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My Lynyrd Skynyrd Odyssey (By Way of Jack Kerouac) When Lynyrd Skynyrd arrived, the South was still being depicted as a bizarre, bloody land peopled by a race of hateful, backwoods cotton farmers. Bob Dylan sang “Oxford Town,” where everybody had “their heads bowed down” in shame.

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A Southern Writer's Journal: Johnny Cash at Nickajack But in 1967, the music men in Nashville were saying that the Man in Black was through. He stood six foot two, weighed 150 pounds and had long been strung out on cocaine, pills and booze. Johnny Cash was sick.

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Slipping Through The Cracks Chattanooga’s boom is bypassing many of the city’s working poor.

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Bus Stop Blues Life's rich pageant on a bus ride from Brainerd.

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