Monthly Archives: July 2012

Energy and Involvement at the Camp House

If you open yourself up to meeting people in Chattanooga, you will get rewarded by meeting fascinating, dedicated people.  It happened again for me when I got together with Tiffany and Tim at the Camp House.  Some of you will … Continue reading

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Dava at Joe Friday’s

When you’ve had as many coffees as I’ve had it’s a real treat to find a good, new bistro.  And that’s what I found when I sat down with Dava at Joe Friday’s over on Houston Street. We picked Joe … Continue reading

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Professional Organizing and the Top Chattanooga Restaurants

Yes, we’re in a heat wave.  So for some of you even the concept of coffee is just too hot.  That’s why I met with Julie at Sweet Frog, the frozen yogurt palace on Gunbarrel Road.  Julie is a CPO … Continue reading

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Relaxing at Rembrandt’s with Emily

If you want a unique view of a city, talk to someone who grew up here, left for a good period of time, and heeded the call to come home.  I sat down with Emily today at Rembrandt’s and found … Continue reading

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Kurt lays out Episode 49’s philosophy at Starbucks

As noted before in this blog, Chattanooga is verging on saturation in the online media market.  That’s a tough place to be in when you run just such a company.  The question becomes then, how do you distinguish yourselves above … Continue reading

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