Category Archives: things to do

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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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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Cycling in Chattanooga and Free Donuts

I had heard rumors of their existence but today was my first sighting.  Now I pass the secret on to you.  A rogue group of civic-minded Chattanoogans are working to enhance the cycling culture of this town.  If you are … 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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Alternatively Chattz

CoffeeConnect is going viral.  How do I know?  First, I’m into third generation Connects.  Rich recommends me to Teal who recommends me to Liz and Ryan.  That would make Rich a grandConnector.  Second, people are calling me now to set … Continue reading

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An Impromptu at Rembrandt’s

One of the great things about the whole CoffeeConnect idea is the adaptability of the concept.  I also like the fact that I can create opportunities for a Connect at the drop of a hat.  This happened today at Rembrandt’s … Continue reading

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Adventure and a Chai Tea Latte

Sitting in a Panera in downtown Chattanooga can be an unlikely place to start an adventure.  Or maybe not.  Either way, Jennifer, pictured at left plummeting downwards towards Tennessee, is just the person to talk to when it comes to … 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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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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