Category Archives: ideas

No Bad Idea is officially launched

Chattanooga is too full of ideas not to have a home.  I saw the need so I built the home and call it No Bad Idea.  It’s a modest little bungalow with only one bath but I’ve acquired lots of … Continue reading

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No Bad Idea is officially launched

Chattanooga is too full of ideas not to have a home.  I saw the need so I built the home and call it No Bad Idea.  It’s a modest little bungalow with only one bath but I’ve acquired lots of … 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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Choosing Chattanooga at Toast

Again I find myself at Coffee Crafters Toast and this time I’m sharing coffee with Linda of Choose Chattanooga.  Linda is a former Councilwoman and current ambassador for Chattanooga to the rest of the country.  Choose Chattanooga helps to get … Continue reading

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Area 203 provides the coffee

Joseph invited me into the inner workings, or at least the staff eating/informal meeting room, of Area 203, Chattanooga’s digital media outfitter.  Over a cup of hot coffee we discussed Chattanooga’s upswing and our place in it. I learned a … Continue reading

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What Drives You, Chattanooga?

BMW of Chattanooga has a new campaign and I’m part of it.

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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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Rich introduces me to Pasha’s on St. Elmo’s

Close your eyes and picture a coffeehouse in your mind.  Somewhere in Chattanooga that picture is a reality.  Pasha Coffee & Tea on St. Elmo’s is just such a place.  Nestled right at the foot of Lookout Mountain across the … Continue reading

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48 Hour Pre-event Pitch Night

A quick note on this run-up event.  Chattanooga bills itself as, among other things, a progressive city that puts its ideas into action.  The 48 Hour Launch is one place where this all comes together.  Hosted by the good folks … Continue reading

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Toast and Sustainability

Next up Olin who chose to meet at Coffee Crafters Toast at the corner of Vine and Lindsay.  We didn’t have coffee but for a change you can try the Cape Hope Vanilla Red tea or for the sweet tooth … Continue reading

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