Robyn Wolfe Fogle

I was shocked, to say the least, when my husband Rob announced he planned to stop drinking beer for a month. Sure, it sounded like a great idea, but my hedonistic husband is not exactly the type of person to deny himself anything he finds ... more

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It’s not officially Fall until September 22, but we all know that Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer. The arrival of cooler temperatures, a drop in humidity and the eventual return to limbs free of mosquito bites is nearly upon us. more

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Get ready, Chattanooga! Our city is about to be saturated with thousands of athletes, tourists and spectators arriving for the 2018 Sunbelt Bakery IRONMAN 70.3 Chattanooga presented by McKee A Family Bakery. Endurance athletes from all over the ... more

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You want to do what? Why would anyone choose to give birth at home? Haven’t you heard the stories? Your baby could die and you’d be responsible! Or at the very least you’re going to wish you had pain medicine! Despite the reactions many of ... more

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It was a date which will "live in infamy", as President Franklin Roosevelt so eloquently stated after the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 that launched the United States into World War II. But for the people who lived through ... more

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Week-long summer vacations may be over until next year, but if your inner travel bug is still itching to get away, it’s time to go day trippin’. If you’re an outdoor enthusiast and have never been about two hours up Highway 27 to the Obed Wild ... more

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I’d always heard there were two types of people: those who saw the glass half-empty and those who saw it half-full. Pessimists and optimists and everyone was either one or the other. But hardly anything, including types of people, in life is ... more

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It’s not often that a fashion style comes along that is actually new. Stripes, trench coats, shoulder cutouts, platforms, crop tops—these are all current trends, but also looks that were popular in past decades. Brand new styles are few and far ... more

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Health care is defined as “the field concerned with the maintenance or restoration of the health of the body or mind”, according to Yet we rarely hear the words health care and think of maintaining or restoring our holistic health ... more

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More Americans than ever are living paycheck to paycheck, slaves to mortgages, auto loans, student loans, and credit card debt. Rather than bringing happiness, our over-consumption is creating lives filled with stress, worry, guilt, depression ... more

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In the words of the famous swing dancer Frankie Manning, “I’ve never seen a Lindy Hopper who wasn’t smiling. It’s a happy dance. It makes you feel good.” He was right, and you’ll see plenty of smiling, happy faces swinging around the dance floor ... more

Between The Bridges

Better health and greater happiness—these two things are generally at the root of our new years’ resolutions. But after January, we usually give up on those new goals and latch back on to the mediocrity we’re comfortable with. You don’t really ... more

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Chattanooga's Southside is throwing a party...and you’re invited! Now in its 10th year, the 24-hours of fun that is MAINx24 begins this Saturday, so mark your calendar and start making your plans now ... more

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“Biking keeps you tethered to your childhood.” If I had a dime for every time I’ve heard my husband say that phrase over the past year I’d be a mill...well okay maybe I’d only have a few dollars ... more

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In a city where entrepreneurs thrive and local businesses are enthusiastically supported, it’s no surprise that the demand for local farmers markets has increased significantly in recent years ... more

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“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” The truth of Pablo Picasso’s words ring true as most of us look back and recall the treasured childhood artwork we were once so proud of, and find that artistic ... more

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Granola...we’ve all heard of the crunchy stuff we put on our yogurt, but the term has taken on a new meaning in recent years, at least here in Chattanooga and other outdoor-driven towns. Living here, it’s likely you’re ... more

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