Ethan Palmer

I have been a Chattanooga resident for nearly five years at this point in my life. For the majority of my time in this beautiful city, I have lived in Red Bank but recently, my wife and I moved into a triplex in the North Shore and things are ... Read more

Between The Bridges

The community of Chattanooga is diverse and popping with culture. That’s why it’s important to get out of your comfort zone, and why I am here to tell you if you care about this city and the people who live in it, you should come down to the ... Read more

News & Notes

Once again, there is a brand new reason to be excited about the recently renovated Miller Park. Since its grand opening in mid-September this year, the redesigned Miller Park has led to numerous events and festivities that have livened up the ... Read more

The Bowl

Thanksgiving is upon us and you know what that means, right? Most people view Thanksgiving as a family holiday, a time to be around the people that you love. This is a valid point of view, but for the rest of us out there, Thanksgiving is a day ... Read more

News & Notes

When you first enter the rustic doors to The Tap House it’s easy to forget that you are entering a bar with thirty beers on draft. That’s because of the unique and special atmosphere that it has to offer. It is not uncommon to see people ... Read more

Chow Spotlight

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s Theatre Company is back and better than ever with their production of the classic French farce “Tartuffe”. The play was originally written in the 17th century but this adaptation is a little different ... Read more

News & Notes

When I was sixteen, I had no idea what I wanted to do. I think that is a pretty common feeling that most high schoolers feel at that point in their life. You are just trying to figure out who you are and what you’re good at. McKinley James is not ... Read more

News & Notes

Transforming something that was once an eyesore into something innovative and unique is an extremely difficult task. For a long time, the alley that is located off of East 7th Street has been a place to avoid. I mean, it was just a dingy alleyway ... Read more

The Bowl

Take a few seconds before you answer that question. Most of the time my first response would be yes, but when I think about it, things get more complex. Would I even feel better afterwards? What would it cost? Enter stage right, the magician ... Read more

News & Notes

It’s a chilly Thursday night, the sun has just set and most people are getting ready for bed with some herbal tea and comfortable pajamas. Me on the other hand, I’m strapping on my boots, buttoning up my flannel, and getting ready to head to one ... Read more

Halloween Guide 1 Comments

Everyone loves a good Halloween party. Most of the ones that I have attended have been at someone’s house, whether it be a friend or a family member. Now for just a second let’s imagine a Halloween party where an entire street gets shut down. You ... Read more

The Bowl

Chattanooga can be a tough place to grow up. Twenty years ago the city was not the same as it is today. There is one artist who struggled through the challenges and is doing his best to rise up through the flames, and his name is Seaux Chill. Read more

News & Notes

Fall is the time of year where everyone gets back into the spirit of picking pumpkins. Just like turkeys in November, the majestic pumpkin steals the show for the month of October. At one point in your life you have probably carved a pumpkin. But ... Read more

News & Notes

Right on the banks of the Ocoee lies a magical place. A place where people of all ages can come enjoy some fall fun. The place I’m referring to is the River Maze. Owned and operated by Joe and Dianne Fetzer, the River Maze offers so many ... Read more

Halloween Guide

Climbing and Chattanooga, these two words have always had association with each other in my mind. All you have to do is look around this town and it doesn’t take long to see the huge impact that climbing has on the community. Whether it’s High ... Read more

The Bowl

It’s completely dark and the only thing to guide you along the trail is a rope and a glowstick. Walking through the woods at night can be a pretty unsettling experience on its own, but when you add a haunted element into that equation, things get ... Read more

Halloween Guide

The last time you heard someone say Roshambeaux was probably before a competitive game of rock, paper, scissors. Much like the game, Roshambeaux the band is a dynamic musical experience that is unpredictable in all of the right ways. It’s hard to ... Read more

News & Notes

How would you describe Halloween themed corn? To me, it’s just kind of ear-rie. Alright maybe that joke was a little bit too “corny”, but in all seriousness nothing says Halloween like a good old fashioned corn maze. Blowing Springs Farm has just ... Read more

Halloween Guide

There is so much to anticipate heading into the month of October, and I’m here to tell you that the list of things to look forward to keeps getting bigger. A lot, and I mean a lot, of art galleries are opening to start off the autumn season on ... Read more

News & Notes

There is a very fine balance between musicians that implement elements of both country and rock and roll into their music. You don’t want to sound too much like Alan Jackson, but you also don’t want to sound like AC/DC. Read more

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