Category: Lifestyle

Taste in the Valley By: Regina Mae Walker

Taste In The Valley Recipe of the Week Key Lime Everything! By: Regina Walker I don’t know if anyone else feels this way, but to me nothing says summer like Key Lime Pie. Today I’m going to discuss some non traditional key lime favorites and snacks. My college roommate, Amber, used to make a no …

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There’s Always Hope

There’s Always Hope Back Alley Productions: 1984 By Hope Holloway   “Who controls the past, controls the future. Who controls the present, controls the past.” George Orwell, 1984   If you can alter the history books–and any and all other documents– then you can manage what people believe, know, think and do. This is the …

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There’s Always Hope By: Hope Holloway

There’s Always Hope                 Back Alley Productions: Live Stream “1984” By Hope Holloway   Back Alley Productions, of Layfayette, Georgia, will be adding to their incredible online repertoire this weekend as they live stream their virtual performance of the dystopian drama “1984”, based off of George Orwell’s book …

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The Duchess By: Duke Raulston

Weird Tales The Duchess By:  Duke Raulston        The Duchess Theater was a relic from a by-gone era.  In the day, it was the beating heart of Monterrey, Tennessee.  The finest Celluloid that Hollywood ever produced graced it’s screen.  Movies with the greatest stars of Hollywood’s heyday were played in this little theater.  Bogart, Gable, …

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Taste in the Valley By: Regina Mae Walker

Recipe of the Week Leftover Pasta If there is one thing I hate, it would be wasting food. So I enjoy trying to find ways to save or transform foods so they are less likely to be wasted. A couple weeks ago I had a bunch of leftover veggies from some meals I had made …

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Inner Spaces By: Duke Raulston

Inner Spaces By: Duke Raulston Mountain Market for Arts and Crafts Are you looking for something fun to do this weekend? Why not head up to Monteagle for the Mountain Market for Arts and Crafts. It is hosted by the South Cumberland Chamber of Commerce and it will be feature handmade arts and crafts by …

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There’s Always Hope By: Hope Holloway

There’s Always Hope Crazy Flute By Hope Holloway   If you are looking for some virtual fun tonight, don’t hesitate to tune into @CrazyFlute01. This band from Sand Mountain plays internationally recognized Tribal Fusion Music.  You have Jack Flute Holland on vocals, flutes and drums; Keith Professor Talley on drums and flutes and Dana Phoenix …

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Glitz and Glam By: Hope Holloway

Glitz and Glam Skin-Care Tips By Hope Holloway   Let’s talk a bit about skin-care today, Lovelies! Taking care of our skin is so important, but it’s easy to get overwhelmed with the choices of products out there, and often a lack of time hinders us as well. Just to get us started down the …

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Turning Your Fear Into Faith By: Paul B. Robinson

Turning Your Fear Into Faith Mark 5:25-34   “A woman in the crowd had suffered for twelve years with constant bleeding. She had suffered a great deal from many doctors, and over years she had spent everything she had to pay them, but she had gotten no better. In fact, she had gotten worse. She …

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Jacob and Esau By: Fr. Isaac Blevins

Fr. Isaac Blevins is the vicar of St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in the Battle Creek community.  The story of Jacob and Esau is a familiar one – even if you’ve never read it in Genesis: siblings who don’t get along because they are so different from one another.  Though they are twins, Esau, …

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There is Always Hope A Chat with Artist Jenn Webster By:  Hope Holloway   From the moment Duke Raulston asked me to write about Arts and Entertainment in the Chattanooga area, I knew that I had to write about Jenn Webster. She’s a dear friend, but that’s beside the point. Jenn is also a multi-talented …

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Taste in the Valley By Regina Mae Walker

Recipe of the Week By: Regina Mae Walker This week we got our first recipe submission. Anita Howell is the sister of one of our writers and a semi-pro baker. She has a passion for baking things, playing with flavors, and finding new baked goods to try. Anita has wisdom to give and we are …

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