I have not read a book that captured my attention so fully since reading Robyn O’Brien’s book on our food supply: The Unhealthy Truth. Now, SPARK is not a book on nutrition or food, it is a book on how exercise can transform your brain’s ability to function properly. A mighty statement. This book is…
Southern Art & Music
Southern art and Southern music ... the soul of the South no doubt. Each month we highlight a Southern artist, we have a few playlists and we even highlight some great galleries and productions. Art is an expression found in many mediums and our region does all well.
We’re excited to write this post as, incredibly enough, it is our first music post. Here in Music City, we have oddly overlooked a huge segment of style: music. So, we are kicking off monthly posts on MUSIC with Jessie Baylin. These posts will all feature a local musician or local music enthusiast who will
A must read for every parent. Read it even if you are not a parent!
I know the headline to this blog makes no sense unless you are aware of the fabulous magazine THE WEEK. If you are uniformed, as I was, you need to know about this magazine and website! I know, this is a Style blog but here’s my dilemma. I don’t fall for the whole “looking good”
When I was a co-chair of Artclectic, I discovered Kem Alexander. Since Artclectic is a juried show, it attracts incredible talent from all over the country. Most are true characters with a certain panache and je nes sais quois; Kem is no different. Only she’s homegrown with roots in Chattanooga. Around art circles, she’s known as the “Goddess of Uncommon Concrete”: a hardcore diva