Jan/Feb 11

Jan/Feb 2011

Vol. 21, No.1

 

Contents

Doing the Most Good
The Salvation Army Culinary School empowers its graduates with valuable skills.

Antique Annie
The Houston Museum holds the South's most unique collection of glassware and celebrates 50 years in 2011.

Listening Harder to Understand Better
Author Allen Wier tells of his experiences as a member of the Fellowship of Southern Writers and comments on the origins of his work.

Authentic Community Space and Boutique Goods
This historic block is a shopping attraction and an event space offering more new reasons it's the place to be in when in town.

Entrepreneurial Executives
Writer Jennifer Watts Hoff explores the UTC School of Business and its successful Executive Master of Business Administration program.

Growing Economy, Growing Airport
The Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport is adding flights and expanding its facilities to meet growth demands now and in the future.

An Inside Look: Miller Welborn
Cornerstone Board Chairman and entrepreneurial guru Miller Welborn discusses meeting the needs of small business to maintain a healthy economy. Cornerstone Bank celebrates 15 years.

Empowering Lives
The Urban League of Chattanooga is part of a national movement and is celebrating 100 years of community building.