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Discover the MLK Neighborhood Through Murals

The MLK community reflects over 100 years of Chattanooga and African American history and commerce in the city. Martin Luther King Boulevard is full of public art. Many of its murals in particular reference icons and history from the area. Here’s a guide to a few of them that shed light on the…

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Instagram-worthy Spots Downtown and Beyond

Find inspiration from some colorful and creative Instagrammers and the places they visited. ROCK CITY PREETI SOTI | @LITTLE.MISSWANDERER Not only can you get views like these at Rock City, but you can also see seven states from the top! SLEEPYHEAD CHATTANOOGA BROOKLYN MORRIS | @BROOK.MORRIS Who…

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They'll Love This! Take Home Chattanooga-Made Products

HOFF SAUCE Hoff Sauce began as a hobby for husband-and-wife duo Aaron and Michelle Hoffman. Today, it is sold in 350 stores. The award-winning hot sauce is made in Chattanooga with red jalapeños and habaneros—grown just an hour away on a small family farm called L&D Swafford. MAD PRIEST COFFEE…

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Homegrown Breweries

Beer. America's favorite four-letter word. From crafty drafts to classic brews,there’s nothing like an ice-cold beer on a warm spring or summer day. And Chattanooga’s craft beer scene is not one to be missed. With breweries popping up in every neighborhood, you can spend an entire weekend sampling all the IPAs, ales and lagers that your heart desires. …

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CHA Spotlight: Strung Like a Horse

Meet Chattanooga Band Strung Like a Horse CHA Spotlight: Strung Like a Horse Who: Anyone who loves live music! What: This CHA spotlight is the high energy Americana band, Strung Like a Horse, who got their start in the Scenic City. This band, full of Chattanooga natives, performs all over the…

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