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St. Paul & The Broken Bones

It’s a shame that some styles of music fade away from the limelight, especially something as universally adored as American soul music.

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Checkin’ out Cherokee

North Shore is more than Frazier Avenue. A crop of new spots (as well as the success of older ones) stretching north along Cherokee Boulevard has expanded the allure of the neighborhood, making it worth stopping by when out on the town.

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Fever Pitch

Rivalries are the electroshock that jolts the pulse of high school football fans.

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Party Animals

Join Chattanooga Zoo for a fun night of fuzzy critters and fundraising at this year’s Banana Ball.

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Game Day Destinations

To many in the Scenic City, the transition from summer to fall means one thing: college football.

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Food Trucks

If you haven’t noticed, the counter-service diner isn’t the only place to grab a quick meal around Chattanooga.

Triathlon Treds

Find the perfect distance running shoes

App Wise

From local food to personal fitness, the following handheld beauties were born with Chattanooga roots and bred with Chattanooga smarts.

Cocktail Royalty

Tupelo Honey Café landed the “Top Tomato” designation for its Queen Mary at the recent Blood Assurance Top Tomato Bloody Mary Tasting Contest at the Chattanooga Market.

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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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