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Monday marks the unofficial end of summer. Families and friends gather on Labor Day for one last hurrah before kids really knuckle down to the new school year and their parents — the workforce to whom the national holiday pays tribute — return to their jobs after a long weekend.

If you've heard it once, you've heard it half a million times ... before you buy a new food product, look at the label and read the ingredients. Unless you're a food scientist, though, it's hard to know what's what. Do you have any idea what butylated hydroxytolune is? And what about Blue Dye 1? It's not for Easter eggs, that's for sure.

Welcome to Fare Exchange and to the questions of the day. For starters, we are looking for rice pilaf, Greek chicken, shrimp and grits as served by TerraMae Appalachian Bistro, and where to find the best regional food in Chattanooga.

  • Aug. 27th, 2014  |
  • By Jane Henegar

While three Chattanooga chefs have offered their suggestions for Labor Day food, there's always room for more. Here are a couple of sides to complement whatever else you have on the menu.

Despite countless examples of video evidence to the contrary, frolicking felines aren't YouTube's only homegrown celebrities.

We just discovered the book, "Thanks! How the New Science of Gratitude Can Make You Happier" by Dr. Robert Emmons, a Ph.D. in psychology. In it, Emmons describes the importance of gratitude in our lives.

  • Aug. 26th, 2014  |
  • By Tozer and Bill Black

When you’ve got six cars and three garages that accommodate eight cars, you don’t have to worry about leaving them parked out in the driveway, right?

LISA DENTON: Barry, you know one of my favorite reasons to get off the couch is to sit down to dinner, and this week I can do it for a great cause — ‘cause I’m hungry.

Bow down: Beyonce was the reigning queen of Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards.

Like everyone else entering the Guest Camping area at a recent Bonnaroo, Adam and Monica Kinsey were stopped by a crew of three twentysomethings in “Staff” T-shirts who explained that they needed to search their vehicle, primarily for anything in glass containers.

Hannah Kuhn practices Edward Elgar's Cello Concerto, with which she won this year's CSO Youth Orchestra concerto competition.
  • October 23, 2012
Alondra Gomez, 14, joined the Dance Alive program six years ago and barely understood English. This year she will play the role of the Sugarplum Fairy in Ballet Tennessee's Nutcracker performance.
  • December 16, 2011
Watch as Matt Guenther, a 17-year-old Signal Mountain High School student, is spending 9-months living in the woods for his senior project.
  • October 2, 2011
June Puett, Hamilton County Extension Agent, demonstrates proper food washing techniques.
  • August 7, 2008
Age: 50 <br><br> Occupation: Director of Chattanooga State Technical Community College East Campus <br><br> “I love fashions but I’m a bargain shopper, and, fortunately, I find a lot of bargains in stores around town and online. I think Chattanooga offers a lot when it comes to fashions, especially for younger people. I don’t have any problems going to local stores to find what I want, and I prefer department stores over boutiques. Boutiques seem to focus on small sizes like triple zero. I don’t like trunk shows either. The prices are typically too high. I stick to what looks good on me, what I can get on sale, and rarely focus on trends — though I will every now and then splurge on a piece I like whether it’s trendy or not. I have found, though, that I can look stylish without stretching my budget.”
  • August 7, 2008
Former St. Francis School in East Chattanooga
  • July 31, 2008
Ellen Geeslin describes her affection for her 1972 Volkswagen Beetle.
  • July 24, 2008
Matinee Melee
  • July 23, 2008
How to make ice cream.
  • July 22, 2008
Park Place School
  • July 17, 2008

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