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New South Cocktail: The Terroir of the Jack & Coke

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November 3, 2015

  Some call it a Jack & Coke. I like to think of it as a “Chattanooga.” Chattanooga sits at a gap in the Appalachians on Interstate 24, just southeast of the Cumberland Plateau. Balanced on the Georgia-Tennessee border, Chattanooga was once known as Ross’s Landing, a site where Cherokee Chief John Ross operated a… Read More ›

#vinylproject2014

What to do when you move to a new place and decide against keeping cable? Any number of things spring to mind: Take long, humid evening walks, listening to crickets and sniffing the local flora. Take up gardening. Perfect your Jack and Coke ratio. Or, you could decide to listen to your entire vinyl LP… Read More ›

Experimenting with Segmented Sleep

Experimenting with Segmented Sleep Valerie Robin   There is a lot of talk about sleep these days. We don’t sleep enough. We sleep incorrectly. We don’t sleep well. We might even be doing REM wrong – the dream cycle, not the band. Last summer, in 2013, I took a post-Marxisms course in the Communication Department… Read More ›

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