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Fine artists Melissa Hefferlin and Daud Akhriev are taking their talents to another dimension with the introduction of Serithea silk scarves. But it’s not simply transferring their amazing visual art into textiles, it’s sometimes creating a whole ... more

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Domestic violence victims and those who live on the street may not evoke thoughts of fine visual art but one Clarksville transplant hopes to use the medium of painting to help them tell the story of one of Chattanooga’s most vulnerable populations. more

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You are getting sleepy, very sleepy. We’ve all seen this scenario play out, maybe in a movie or at the circus, where a hypnotist dangles a pocket watch on a chain to slowly and seductively put his subject into a trance-like state. Once under the ... more

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Summer is a great time for barbeques and baseball games, but it’s also a time when schools and scholars alike release their summer reading lists. Even Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, recommends reading at least five books when you’re cooling ... more

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While many of you may be getting ready for Cinco De Mayo this Saturday, a lesser known holiday is making people take off their clothes, sometimes without the alcohol. World Naked Gardening Day is celebrating its 14th anniversary this year and ... more

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Chattanooga has a rich history of supporting sculptors and promoting the medium around town. The Sculpture Garden at Bluff View Art District, Sculpture Fields at Montague Park and pieces scattered along the riverfront are just a few examples of ... more

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With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, we thought we’d get a real Irish view on Chattanooga. Who better than Irish native James Mahon, who spent almost three years as a general assignment reporter for Chattanooga’s CBS affiliate WDEF-TV ... more

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Love is in the air as Saint Valentine’s Day inches nearer and nearer. With so many individual ideas, thoughts, and feelings that surround the occasion, the day is often subjected to ridicule and debate, and is widely believed to be a manufactured ... more

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For almost half of Americans, a hot cup of coffee is the way to start their day, especially during these cold winter months. And although coffee has been around for centuries, there may not be a more controversial drink that exists in our daily ... more

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Tis the season for stockings and Christmas trees, menorahs to brighten homes and Santa to slide down the chimney. It’s also the time of the year some local woodworkers and craftsmen stop building houses and furniture and turn to crafting wooden toys. more

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In what could be considered a confluence of state universities, local non-profits, volunteers and low-income residents, an abandoned church at the foot of Missionary Ridge is taking on a new role to serve as a pop-up art and design studio, all in ... more

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Glen Gray sees hope and promise everywhere and tries to tell a story through his work. “Blessings can come from unexpected places, people, or situations,” he says. “Life is full of them if we but open our eyes to see them.” more

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Birdwatching, or birding, is one of the most popular hobbies in the world. Millions of people of all ages and backgrounds enjoy watching and studying birds. At first, the satisfaction comes from being able to identify wild birds in their natural ... more

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Chattanooga and the Tennessee Valley are known for their natural beauty. Likewise, if you follow the Tennessee River around the base of Signal Mountain, through the winding turns of Suck Creek Road and the Prentice Cooper State Forest, you will ... more

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Thrifty shoppers know a bargain when they see one. Ask any penny pincher where to find the best deals and you repeatedly hear “resale shops.” But all these stores are not created equal. While some shops do fine operating strictly for profit, some ... more

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Devanooga is a brand new online resource for professionals and amateurs alike in and around the Chattanooga area who enjoy tinkering with technology. The non-profit organization started in January to help build and further the careers of “nerds” ... more

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While fishing has been around since the dawn of mankind, today it could truly be characterized as a modern day hobby since many of us have never picked up a rod. And while some hobbies take some serious financial investment, fishing takes a bit ... more

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Current beard fashion encompasses a variety of lifestyles and for the better part of a decade the growth of facial hair has become integral to these groups to express everything from ornamental to evolutionary needs ... more

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The Chattanooga Zoo is celebrating its 80th year in the Scenic City and from its humble beginnings to its now world class certifications and recognitions, the zoo is poised to reach even greater heights and bring the adventures of African animals ... more

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Right before leaving office, the Obama administration placed the rusty patch bumblebee on the endangered species list. But on January 20th, the Trump administration placed an “immediate regulatory freeze” on all business so his staff could review ... more

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If you spend any time on the Tennessee Valley roadways, chances are you have seen the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s lime green HELP trucks smack dab in the middle of the mayhem assisting ... more

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