Thu September 26, 2013

Chatt Aspies History Hunters Group Explores Historical Sites

The Chatt Aspies History Hunters group takes field trips to sites like Engel Stadium and Point Park and investigates Chattanooga history.  The social group is open to people with Asperger’s Syndrome and other autism spectrum disorders, as well as any teens and adults interested in Chattanooga’s past.  

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Wed September 25, 2013
Giving the clean, taking the dirty

Local Service Delivers And Cleans Cloth Diapers

Wee Care's Swaddle-Swap Mobile

Wee Care Diaper Service specializes in delivering cloth diapers to costumers in Chattanooga.  And as their website claims, they even do the "dirty work".

During early mornings, Wee Care Diaper Service travels around the city in the SwaddleSwap-Mobile, a trailer with diaper-storage containers attached, to provide customers with cloth diapers. 

They also pick up and wash the "dirties" as well.

In this story Lee Gates of Wee Care Diaper Service travels to St. Elmo to deliver clean diapers. 

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Thu September 19, 2013
No Joke

Chattanooga Featured on 'The Daily Show'

Daily Show reporter Al Madrigal asks, "Is that why Honey Boo-Boo is forced to drink so many Red Bulls? Because of the water shortage?"

Chattanooga was featured in Comedy Central's 'The Daily Show' in a segment about the water dispute between Tennessee and Georgia. 

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Mon September 16, 2013
Let's Talk About the Weather

Climate Change: Did Paul Say It Would Be Like This?

WRCB-TV weatherman Paul Barys joins WUTC's Richard Winham for an extended chat about climate change and other topics relevant to Barys's long career. Barys is the longest-serving television meteorologist in Chattanooga. He started at WRCB in 1985, and "Paul said it would be like this" has become an oft-repeated phrase around town, a testament to his accuracy in predicting the weather.


Wed September 11, 2013

Chattanooga Neighborhood Association Council Prepares For Meeting With Mayor

  The Chattanooga Neighborhood Association Council is a group which tries to unite and represent all of the neighborhoods in the city. 

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Fri September 6, 2013

Chattanooga's Center for Mindful Living Hosts Open House Sunday, September 8th

The Center for Mindful Living, a non-profit center dedicated to teaching and supporting mindful practices, is hosting an open house on Sunday, September 8th from 3 until 5. In a press release from the center, mindfulness is summarized as “the practice of being present and accepting ourselves and others without judgment or fear.”

The 4000 square foot facility is divided into four offices as well as open spaces including a meditation and contemplation room with an adjacent outdoor garden, as well as an education studio, a library and a kitchen.


Thu September 5, 2013

Park(ing) Day Will Create Mini Parks in Metered Spaces

Credit River City Company

The 6th annual Park(ing) Day in Chattanooga is Friday, September 20th from 11 am to 6 pm.  Area residents and corporations reserve metered parking spaces for one day and use that space to engage the community in play and activities. 

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Wed September 4, 2013
Aviation and more

Hixson Flight Museum Prepares Fundraising Event

The Hixson Flight Museum is the only museum in Chattanooga dedicated to aviation. Their collection includes two T-28 fighter aircrafts, a 1958 Piper Apache, and 1946 Taylorcraft plane. On Saturday, September 14th, the Hixson Flight Museum is planning an upcoming event called Wings, Wheels, and Water.

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Thu August 29, 2013
Printing With the Past

Printmaking Workshop Takes Place This Saturday In Cleveland

Before the age of digital text, art, and images, there was manual printmaking. Using machines such as typesetters and linographs, mass communication could be accomplished centuries before the computer. On Saturday, August 31st, there will be a family printmaking workshop to “explore early newspaper typesetting methods”. The workshop takes place at the Museum Center at Five Points in Cleveland and begins at 10 AM.

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Wed August 28, 2013

Street Food Scene Picks At The Park

  The Chattanooga Street Food Project is a group of food trucks, carts, trailers, and mobile restaurants of all kinds. To educate Chattanoogans about street food, the organization is sponsoring their second annual Pickin’ in the Park tomorrow. 

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Tue August 27, 2013
Accessibility Project

Find Accessible Playgrounds Near You

Originally published on Tue August 27, 2013 12:48 pm

John W. Poole NPR

A community-edited guide to accessible playgrounds. So far, we've identified more than 1,200. Help us find more at

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Tue August 27, 2013

Chattanooga's Center Park Hosts Free Movie Screenings

Movies at Center Park (formerly Movies at the 700 Block) returns in September with three evenings of fun planned for downtown Chattanooga. 

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Mon August 26, 2013
On The Road

Ayesha & Zachary Reynolds Plan 30-Day 'Caravan of Change' Tour

Ayesha and Zachary Reynolds, a married couple who live in Chattanooga, want to travel in a vintage Airstream trailer across the Southeast and help ten people improve their lives.  They call their project Caravan of Change, and they're planning to create short films based on their journey.  To raise funds for travel and filming costs, they've started a Kickstarter campaign.


Mon August 26, 2013

Learn To Plant Your Own Urban Garden

Credit Crabtree Farms

Fair Share Urban Growers is partnering with local agriculture experts to provide a series of 12 workshops for Urban Cultivators to be held at the Glenwood Recreation Center every Monday from 6 to 8 starting August 26th. 

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Fri August 23, 2013

Chattanooga Organization is Eradicating Childhood Malnutrition in Haiti

Haiti is the poorest country in the Americas. When local cardiologist Mitchell Mutter first began visiting the island in 1988, 25% of the children on the island were starving. After visiting the island on week-long medical missions for seven years working in chaotic conditions with few resources treating as many people as he could, Dr. Mutter reached a crossroads.

Despite the best efforts of Mutter and his colleagues, a 3-year-old child he’d been treating for malnutrition died in his arms. It was at that point he realized that he and his colleagues would never be able to correct the terrible conditions on the island by themselves. After months of agonizing over the problem he decided to form an organization called Children’s Nutrition Program of Haiti so that, as he put it, “Haitians can help Haitians to solve the problems of health, economics, infrastructure, and literacy.”

Fifteen years later their work is beginning to bear fruit.