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Maura Friedman

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Glass canisters of powders and liquids stand in neat rows along the walls. And up and down them. The room glows with their bright and varied hues from cool beige to electric purple. At an aluminum table, Stacie Jackson uses tubes and beakers to mix those contents into a careful concoction.

They call him Doctor Shine.

Changes to Hamilton County teacher health plan, retrial motion in Clark slaying, the cost of Southern accents and a football preview

After receiving multiple challenges, Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke became one of the latest locals to be doused in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge this afternoon, raising donations and awareness to help fight the debilitating illness commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.

Humans of Riverbend, Part 3

We stopped to talk to the people you walked by

The people you walked by and the conversations you missed.

  • June 12th, 2014  |
  • By Maura Friedman, Anna Lockhart, Mary Helen Miller, and Shawn Paik

Festival characters in their own words.

The best and second best from the Bessie Smith Strut on Monday, June 9. Will you make tomorrow's recap? Only the internet fairies can tell.

What happens at Riverbend makes it on Twitter.

March Madness brackets are a tried and true office tradition. Nothing else can so efficiently bring cubicles together and tear them apart. There's a lot of pride – and sometimes money – on the line.

The priest stood alone on the edge of the car-clogged road, ashes in hand. A lid protected her canister from the wind, advice she read earlier on a tip sheet.

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