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Jessie Gantt-Temple

It’s time for the annual, city-wide art experience with Chattanooga’s Gallery Hop, hosted by the Association for Visual Arts (AVA). This Saturday, from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m., enjoy a free, “self-guided gallery experience” that can take you through ... Read more

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The Tennessee apple season starts around the end of July or early August, and the last apple usually falls off the tree around October. Even if the trees are bare, there are still farm fresh, local apple adventures to be enjoyed at several nearby ... Read more

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Just re-energizing from organizing and executing Chattanooga’s first ChattaVegan Fest, ChattaVegan has outdone themselves in entertaining and educating about the herbivore’s local lifestyle. Partnered with the City of Chattanooga’s Open Spaces ... Read more

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One of the many things I learned from my mother in my formative years was that history repeats itself, especially when it comes to fashion. Just when I thought I couldn’t loathe clothes of the ’80s any more, here I see neon colors, acid-washed ... Read more

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I have not had fast food since January as I have been on this journey of digestible discovery, trying to figure out what is good for my body versus what is conveniently at my fast-paced fingertips. Being a woman who used to put 3,000 miles on my ... Read more

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Surprisingly set up in an inactive church formerly known as the Soul Saving Station on Dodds Avenue, La Blanca Studios houses so much opportunity for musical creativity and has astounding acoustics. It’s not like you hear ... Read more

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CraftEvalution is about to make their pop-up debut on Saturday, July 13th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Common General’s Grand Re-Opening with a multitude of artistic items like food illustrations, mini hand-crafted felt pies, and Pride Dynos. Read more

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The farmers-market market is inundated. In my research, I found almost twenty active farmers markets; more are popping up as quickly as this season’s crops. According to the Farmers Markets Coalition, the number of markets has more than doubled ... Read more

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One of the most colorful artists in the area, Morgan Oostra, smiles as we jest about her being the woman in black. With phrases like, “You don’t know me” and “Go Home” incorporated into her work, Shut Eye Designs invites intrigue with honesty and ... Read more

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With the spring season upon us, it is the ideal time to tend to your garden and a water feature should totally be a part of it. Locally owned and operated, AquaNooga has all the aquatic amenities needed to heighten your H20 experience. Read more

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As the ground dries out from the months of torrential downpour, it is prime time to get on your knees and get dirty! Studies show that there are therapeutic benefits to digging in the dirt, such as reducing stress and curbing depression—one ... Read more

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“Weaving is a very meditative art that takes bits of chaos and creates a calming effect.” Lisa Denney, a full-circle southern gal with a bachelor’s in studio art from the University of West Georgia, is taking her experience with rug design and ... Read more

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Picture a girl’s clenched body and face with hands gripping a high barbershop-like chair in a storefront for all to witness (one of) her most traumatic experiences in becoming a woman—getting her ears pierced. The trite tradition of having a ... Read more

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As she recently moved to a south-side facing studio on the fourth floor of Chattanooga Workspace,  Janet Campbell-Bradley is exploring a new view with a new medium and a new last name. Known for her elegant, intricately handmade jewelry, newlywed ... Read more

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As a new year approaches, New Year’s Resolutions approach even faster. Drinking more water and reading more are repeat list makers, but one that always gets crossed off yet I keep putting back on is “Be More Of A Tourist”. No matter how long I’ve ... Read more

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As a first generation farmer, my determination to get to the root of where anything I own comes from has blossomed even in these dreary winter days. I had a revelation this year of how community can flourish if everyone really tried to buy only ... Read more

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“For some to think that we have dominance over the planet,” abstract artist Anna Carll says as she describes the inspiration for her “Erosion Series”, “Mother Nature will push her way back in if civilizations aren’t maintained.” Anna interlaces ... Read more

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Becoming a first generation farmer and learning to live off the land has been quite a struggle. As my culinary skills rank up there with my agricultural ability, I have killed several cactuses and burned hard boiled eggs on more than one occasion. Read more

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There has been a movement of stones in my life recently and I don’t mean of the kidney persuasion. With several friends recently creating jewelry wrapped around allegedly healing stones, my curiosity was peaked especially since my birthday was ... Read more

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Hot or cold, the perfect drink should take some time; intricate parts creating a mellifluous mixture. More than just a perfectly poured Guinness, an aperitif or digestif should encompass local, fresh ingredients as much as the meal. Read more

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Recently, my sister got into designing jewelry using wire wrapping and healing stones as a somewhat lucrative hobby in Maryland. Her pieces are simple and bold so when I searched wire wrapping in Chattanooga, I imagined a couple twists and ... Read more

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