Category Archives: Chattanooga causes

Adera Talks Children

We met with Adera at the Hunter Museum of American Art and the conversation quickly turned to children.  Besides her brilliant work with art education for the children of our city she is a passionate proponent for the Children’s Advocacy … Continue reading

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Camp House Coffee and Teal’s Vision of a Better Chattanooga

Chattanooga is like all progressive cities, not everyone is sharing in the dream.  But fortunately we have people like Teal.  She’s one of those visionaries who is geared to see those not yet in that dream and have the drive, … Continue reading

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A Brief Note About Two Chattanooga Events

I recently attended/took part in two Chattesque events, Green|Spaces‘ City Share and the 48 Hour Launch hosted by the Company Lab.  Both happened in the same creative, entrepreneurial part of town centered on Main and Market Streets and both seem … Continue reading

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Chatype has 20 days left

If you want to know about a town, learn what interests the people.  The Chatype project is one such interest.  Chattanooga may be the first U.S. city to have its own typeface.  And you can help.  Click the logo and … Continue reading

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