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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 ... Read more

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Mixed-media artist Lahana Palencia sees the world through math and relativity. A self-described “observer”, she finds pleasure in unnoticed details and organic versus logical thought. Her latest show will feature her love of platonic solids. For ... Read more

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Yoga is nothing new in the Tennessee Valley. Different studios and yoga classes have popped up all over town for years. On any given week, you can find hot yoga, power yoga, restorative and flow, each with benefits including increased flexibility ... Read more

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The Chattanooga City Council unanimously approved the rezoning of four tracts in downtown St. Elmo when they met last week, which should make way for a $21 million, mixed-use development in the heart of the small village. The decision was met ... Read more

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When you think of a cobbler, you might think of some old English man in a village who mends and makes shoes. In our digital era, most people buy their shoes at a store or online where information is available in a click. Since the invention of ... Read more

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Graffiti art is illegal in most places, including Chattanooga. Fans of Banksy and other graffiti artists know that messages spray painted on a public wall may be against the law but still deserve to be heard. Jackson Hendrickson understands the ... Read more

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Chattanooga is tucked between mountains, a ridge, a roaring river that bends through Native American heritage and Civil War history. The new millennium has been good to the Scenic City with a revitalization of downtown and a commitment to the arts. Read more

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When you first meet Ryan Cooper Carl, you know you’re in for an interesting conversation. “I painted that mural,” he gestures. He is referring to the massive, trippy, pork-themed work that greets you on the main wall of Moe’s Original Barbecue on ... Read 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. Read 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 ... Read 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 ... Read 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 ... Read 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 ... Read 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 ... Read 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 ... Read 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 ... Read 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. Read 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 ... Read 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.” Read 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 ... Read 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 ... Read more

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