Category Archives: the Arts

Occasionally We Lose One, A Cautionary Tale

For all the movement and opportunity in today’s Chattanooga, there are still economic casualties. I caught up with Sarah at the Stone Cup the day before she moved to Knoxville in search of work.  Laid off in the content creation … Continue reading

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Donyale at Rembrandt’s

When you sit down with Donyale, you’re going to have a wide-ranging discussion on interesting topics far and wide.  And when you add sitting outside on a sunny Spring day plus a cup of Rembrandt’s coffee, just relax and enjoy … Continue reading

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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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Stratton

For those of you who know Stratton, there is not a descriptor needed to illuminate the man.  He’s one of those gems spread upon the golden sands of this great beach we call Chattanooga.  I met Stratton at Chattz and, … Continue reading

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Hot Chocolate at the Camp House

Okay, CoffeeConnect is officially off and running.  Susanne and I met with Elena and Gina at the Camp House on Williams Street between Market and Main.  If you haven’t visited that part of town, you are missing out.  It’s one … Continue reading

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