Daniel Jackson

Hand Me Down My Bowling Shoes

The thud of bowling balls and the clattering rumble of tumbling pins mixed with pop music pumped through overhead speakers. It was Tuesday, Sept. 22, a week before bowling season was to start ... more »

Oct 7, 2015 12:18 PM Cover Story

Conduct Becoming: A Railroad Journey

The smell of burning diesel hangs in the air at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum as the red-and-black 1824 locomotive positions itself on the track, the sound throbbing across the rail yard. more »

Jul 1, 2015 2:26 PM Cover Story

They’re Tiny But They’re Powerful

At a distance, the “library” on the corner of Dallas and Curve Streets looks like a birdhouse. This library can hold about 50 books, free for the borrowing, and is one of five in the Chattanooga area. more »

Dec 4, 2014 11:04 AM News, Views, Rants, Raves

Get Ready, Get Set: Write!

Seven people gathered in the community room at One North Shore in the last Saturday of October to plan their novels. Amidst Calaveras decorations, pads of paper and cups of apple cider, they shared their projects ... more »

Nov 6, 2014 12:00 AM Cover Story

Troubled City, Troubled Times

The flags of the National Socialist Movement waved on the courthouse lawn above the protesters. The group was celebrating its 40th anniversary by exercising its First Amendment rights to hold a demonstration and share its views. more »

May 1, 2014 12:00 AM Cover Story

Women in Technology Comes to Gig City

At the kickoff event held at Loose Cannon, the CTC recruited about 40 people, according to Jennifer Walker, office administrator for the CTC. About 100 people attended, including the CEO of Volkswagen. more »

Apr 10, 2014 12:00 AM Tech Talk

Noah From a 21st Century Perspective

Noah experiences dreams of a coming judgment. God never speaks directly in the film, never once a big voice from the sky, no Morgan Freeman. more »

Apr 3, 2014 12:00 AM Screen

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 12:00 AM 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 12:00 AM Cover Story