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Chattanooga, Tenn.

“As the legend goes, he didn’t say round or anything at the time,” explains Tory Johnston, current vice president of marketing for the Chattanooga Bakery. “He said it just needs to be those flavors, marshmallow and graham, and dipped in chocolate." more

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Motivation tends to drop with the temperatures for most, and as winter wears on hibernation can seem more appealing than exploration. However, getting that rush is simpler than venturing into the woods 365 days out of the year. more

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What do you get when you stick two graham cracker cookies together with a layer of marshmallow, and dip the whole thing in chocolate? more

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Trail running

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As a ten-time veteran of the grueling Leadville 100 ultra-marathon in the Colorado mountains, Brian Costilow feels most at home on the endless trails of Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau. "The longer you run, the more that experience becomes you." more

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Dyed Easter eggs are no match for the painted eggs on exhibit at the new C.E. Blevins Avian Learning Center at Chattanooga’s Reflection Riding Arboretum. Thirty bird nests hold eggs so realistic you’d never guess these replicas were made from clay. more

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Chattanooga's Southside

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When the Barnum & Bailey Circus paraded through Chattanooga’s Southside in 1903, the neighborhood thrived as an urban center of finance and commerce. But decades of decline turned the corridor into a seedy strip near the Chattanooga Choo Choo hotel. more

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