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Social Sports

Chattanoogans step up to the plate for sports leagues.

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Homegrown Country

Chattanooga native Mitch Rossell takes Nashville by storm

Hope that Blooms

Studies show that you don’t need to ingest flowers to experience the remedies they offer—the healing begins simply by looking at them.

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Color Shift

Local Screenprinters Talk Shop

We’re shedding some light on locals who are buying into (and succeeding in) the art of silkscreen.

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Beer Crashes the (Cocktail) Party

A couple years ago, I realized margaritas taste better to me when I pour in some beer.

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Serving Sustainability

Local chefs team up for Tennessee Aquarium’s Serve & Protect.

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StarNight 2014

Colbie Caillat is lighting up the stage in Chattanooga— brighter than the sun.

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10 Reasons to Visit Greenville, SC

Greenville, South Carolina, is revitalized and chock full of food, art, music and action.

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Fooducation

Local farmers teach kids, adults about where their food comes from

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Cotton Club

Chattanooga’s annual debutante ball evolves with the times over its 80-year history

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Get Away to Amelia Island

The constant crashing of waves, the strong and salty breeze, toes in the sand—it’s not summer without an excursion to a scenic beach.

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Stories in Art

Everyone has a story—the sequence of events that make up a person’s life.

Tough Love Diet

The Paleo diet was first popularized in the 1970s.

Tech Cleanse

The urge to technology fast—whether that means taking a day off Facebook or cutting ties temporarily to anything that sports a microchip—is becoming a widespread trend.

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Drama King

Professional opera singer Seth Carico got his start in theatre in a small role as one of the king’s children during the Signal Mountain Playhouse’s 1991 production of The King and I. Since then, Carico’s successful theatre and opera career has led him to perform around the world.

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