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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Harvest, Halloween and Hunger

For many folks, October ranks high on the list of favorite months. And why not? In many parts of the country Autumn is the most beautiful of seasons. Fall leaves explode with color, transforming the …
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Thrifting For Style And Conscience

One of the many things I learned from my mother in my formative years was that history repeats itself, especially when it comes to fashion. Just when I thought I couldn’t loathe clothes of the ’80s a…
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Blak Origin Moment At The Hunter

From this friday through January 12, The Hunter Museum of American Art will host a profound critique of cultural images of black masculinity: a solo exhibition by artist Noel W. Anderson. Anderson’s …
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Another Season

In a world filled with uncertainty, it is most often comforting to know that some things are reliable, ever the same, changeless. Take for example the succession of the seasons: fall always follows s…
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Let Us Rise Above The Chaos

October is Pride Month in Chattanooga, and there are lots of happenings and celebrations scheduled for the entire month. Kicking off this Sunday is the Chattanooga Pride Festival along the banks of t…
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Meals on Wheels America News - People are Starting to Talk

AS OUR VOICES GET STRONGER, SO MUST OUR CONVICTIONThe system designed to protect millions of seniors facing starvation is broken. We've been talking about it for a very long time, and, thankfully, no…
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Saluting Our Unsung Heroes

Let’s have an honest talk about just how prepared we are for when all hell breaks loose. Or better yet, a small piece of hell breaks loose and goes undetected for any length of time. Chattanooga is a…
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The Health Risks of Water Contamination

The human body is made up of 60% water, making clean drinking water essential for us to perform everyday functions. As water flows through our organs and cells, it flushes out waste, regulates body t…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Brighter Futures at Any Age

Once again we are pleased to feature the work of another of our “partners” — that is, another organization that shares our commitment and dedication to addressing senior hunger in an effort to improv…
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Southern Spirits: The Liquid Lore Of Writers And Their Craft

William Faulkner said, “Civilization begins with distillation.” He also said, “My own experience has been that the tools I need for my trade are paper, tobacco, food, and a little whisky.” For many w…
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Painting The Scenic City

What was once known as “The Armpit Of The South” is well on its way to becoming the Belle of the Ball. For more than 30 years, Chattanooga has been in the midst of a citywide revitalization effort th…
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EarthTalk: Green School Buses

Dear EarthTalk: I’ve heard that school buses cause a lot of pollution, especially for the kids riding inside. Is anyone making greener school buses yet? -- JM   Now that school is back in ses…
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NFESH's CEO Honored for Lifetime Achievement

We at NFESH are pleased and proud to announce that 'Enid A. Borden', our Founder and CEO, is the recipient of the 2019 Arthur S. Flemming Award, an honor bestowed annually by ADvancing States (former…
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Helping A Baby Business Fly

If you’re a longtime Chattanoogan, you’ve probably seen The Pulse around for years. Maybe you used to read a copy at your favorite, now-long-gone Frazier Avenue hippie-dive bar. But believe it or not…
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13th Annual 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival

Fletcher Bright Realty presents the 13th Annual 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival.Schedule of Events:October 4, 2019:6:00 - 6:30 pm: The New Dismembered Tennesseans6:50 - 7:50 pm: Mandolin Orange8:10 - 9:…
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