On any given night at Sugar's Ribs in downtown Chattanooga, Tenn., you might find an unlikely mix that includes a hardworking coal miner, a giddy college co-ed, an artsy bohemian, a green energy entrepreneur, a banjo player and an aristocratic Southern belle, all eating slow-cooked barbecue and nursing mint juleps.Click on the link to read the whole article!
That diversity reflects modern life in this southern Tennessee city of 168,000 on the banks of the Tennessee River near the Georgia and Alabama borders. Far removed from the industrial heyday that gave birth to the "Choo-Choo" of railway and music lore, today's Chattanooga is a dynamic place that defies definition, an up-and-coming town that has left its rundown, polluted 1970s image in the dust.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Chattanooga: City on the Right Track!
Chattanooga was featured this past weekend in an article in NorthJersey.com's real estate section.