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EYES ON THE SOUTH: Charlotte Strode

This week we are revisiting the work of Charlotte Strode, a Kentucky poet who we we featured early in the series. Her new work, "Songs from the Road," captures the simplicity of travel.
Department: ART
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ISSUE 69: Doctor Love's Secrets

I met Doc the day I moved into the building on Dauphine in June of 2006. He walked up wearing a bodysuit of the type that surfers wear. He was wet, and he had obviously been swimming or bathing, I introduced myself as a new tenant. In his huge baritone voice, he said, "Philip Turner, otherwise known as Doctor Love. Nice to meet you.”
Department: MUSIC
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The Lost Music Town of Tennessee

Nashville and Memphis lay legitimate claim as Tennessee’s music cities, but we have forgotten that at one time Chattanooga was a destination for some of the best music in the South. And Ninth Street, or the Big Nine, was where you went to find it.
Department: MUSIC
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EYES ON THE SOUTH: Parker Stewart

There is something both unsettling and beautiful about the land as the series takes the viewer past structures, down winding roads, through the fog, and ultimately to the top of a mountain where the people's land lies below.
Department: ART
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ISSUE 57: Ode to the Fluffiest Biscuit

The Bible Belt stretches from Central Virginia to Northern Florida to Eastern Texas to Southern Missouri, and its boundaries are commensurate with those of the Biscuit Belt: that region of America where a hungry person can sit down in any diner or restaurant at any time of day or night and order a plate of biscuits and gravy.
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