Humans of Riverbend, Part 2

Humans of Riverbend, Part 2

June 12th, 2014 by Mary Helen Miller, Maura Friedman and Anna Lockhart in Chattnow Outabout

Inspired by Brandon Stanton's Humans of New York, we bring you Humans of Riverbend: the people you walked by and the conversations you missed.

See the first installment here.

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Haley Solomon

"I have friends from Germany visiting and I wanted to take them to something very Chattanooga."



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Jason Miller and Marsha Denson

"We're soulmates."

"He's off the chain."



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Left to Right: Lori (8), Julia (10), and Alana (6) Mindel

Are you guys being silly?

(giggles)



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Gary Chadwick

"I've never done this before."



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Jon and Kyele Holloway

"It's hard work. But you take it up."



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Ian Hamilton (left) and Elijah Brown

"He's like a little shadow. It's cool."



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Robbie Bagley

"My grand-daughter's first birthday party is tomorrow... I'm going to get her a brand-new Minnie Mouse toy box."



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Anna and Don Skalka

"What's your favorite thing about each other?"

"We're great friends."

"I agree."



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(From left) Kristopher Kennedy, Emma Thomas and Laura Lee Brakebill

"We're the cool kids. We're totes hip."

"Oh my God, she's actually writing that."



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Paul and Shirlene McKinney

"We can't strut so that's why we sit here and look."



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Nate and Brittany Ball

"What's your favorite thing about each other?"

"Her laugh."

"I like his humor."



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Kristin Hindman (left) and Ashley Jeno

"She actually lives with me. We're like adopted sisters."

Are you closer now?

"A lot closer."

"We fight a little more than when we didn't live together."



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Armiya Thomas (left) and Darian Hixson

"What's the hardest part about being sixteen in Chattanooga?"

"Transportation."