What’s the point of Earth Day and doing “good” for the earth? Earth Day represents universal support for the environment, its protection and a reminder to care for the ground and air and water we use. Be eco-friendly, cohabitate...
Chattanooga has the unique ability to be named the one of the best outdoor cities in America as well as “Gig City,” home to the nation’s fastest and cheapest internet, drawing the latest technology and business start ups to...
When I first visited Chattanooga in 2005, it was love at first sight. I was living in metro-Atlanta at the time, and I spent my short visit wandering around downtown, marveling at how quaint everything felt while still giving...
Over the past few months, my husband and I have been trying to find a bit of margin in our lives – to have time to read the fiction book, or bake that loaf of bread for a friend,...
If you're anything like me, you're constantly trying to find some new playground areas for your kids.  I'm featuring some of the favorites of my family, as well as the families of our contributors and readers. We asked for your...
In April of 2017 my husband and I walked across the Walnut Street Pedestrian Bridge in downtown Chattanooga for the first time. "What do you think?," he asked as we gazed out at the Tennessee River. Before I could answer him...
Just a little more than a year ago my family and I moved to Chattanooga. We actually moved in July, but it took us until November to really get settled and recognize (and accept) our new reality. The enthusiasm...

It’s FINALLY Fall Y’all!

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The temperature has finally dipped below 70 for a few consecutive days. You know what that means... Fall is a beautiful gift here in the South East (unlike spring and summer, where Chattanooga seems hell-bent on smothering us with...
We have finally entered my favorite part of the year: the holiday season! Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, oh my! I don't know if it's because I love anything with a theme, all the activities available in and around our...
Welcome to St. Elmo! It's not quite the outskirts of town since it is one of the Chattanooga’s oldest suburbs. It was founded during the yellow fever epidemic of 1878 and has beautiful Lookout Mountain as a border. I...

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Where To See Christmas Lights In Chattanooga

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There's something special about Christmas lights. They transform ordinary places into something magical. I’m hard-pressed to find anyone, young or old, who doesn’t smile...