State Of Confusion Opening Benefits Community Kitchen

Friday, August 24, 2018

State of Confusion, which opened this week, raised nearly $5,000 to support the work of the Chattanooga Community Kitchen through their pre-opening celebrations. The new restaurant offers made-from-scratch, authentic fusion of Latin American, New Orleans and low-country food, as well as ceviche and wood-fire grilled meats and vegetables and is located at the former Estate of Confusion on East Main Street.

Allen Corey, CEO of Square One Holdings, who owns and operates the new restaurant, supports the Community Kitchen and the local community. Square One also held a similar benefit for the Community Kitchen when they opened Stir a few years ago. 

The donations received from the opening will directly benefit the Community Kitchen in their mission to meet the most basic needs of hungry, homeless and vulnerable people in Chattanooga while also offering them a clear path to self-sufficiency, said officials.


The Mad Priest Focuses On Diverse Programming

Wally's In East Ridge Turns 30 With Special Celebration

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The Mad Priest, an all-day cafe and bar on Cherry Street opened six months ago with a goal to create a space where all races and cultures were welcome in downtown Chattanooga to enjoy quality ... (click for more)

Wally's in East Ridge will celebrate 30 years in business next Wednesday, May 8. Owner Glen Meadows said, "To celebrate this day we are rolling back our buffet price to 1989 prices. That day ... (click for more)

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Dining

The Mad Priest Focuses On Diverse Programming

The Mad Priest, an all-day cafe and bar on Cherry Street opened six months ago with a goal to create a space where all races and cultures were welcome in downtown Chattanooga to enjoy quality beverages and food. One way to go about doing that is through diverse programming, both inside its space and outside in the new Cooper’s Alley. Since it opened in late October, it has ... (click for more)

Wally's In East Ridge Turns 30 With Special Celebration

Wally's in East Ridge will celebrate 30 years in business next Wednesday, May 8. Owner Glen Meadows said, "To celebrate this day we are rolling back our buffet price to 1989 prices. That day starting at 7 a.m. we open up serving our breakfast bar then add lunch and dinner buffets in throughout the day. The breakfast bar will be served all day along with the meats and vegetables. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Person Pulled From Burning Home On Airport Road Saturday Morning

A person was pulled from a burning home on Airport Road on Saturday morning. Chattanooga firefighters were dispatched to 900 Airport Road Lot #92 on a residential structure fire with entrapment at approximately 9 a.m. Incident Commander Lieutenant Jack Babb reported fire and smoke showing upon arrival. Two residents had exited the structure prior to firefighters arrival, but ... (click for more)

Dallas Bay Volunteer Fire Department Saves Boat From Fire Saturday Afternoon

The Dallas Bay Volunteer Fire Department saved a million-dollar boat Saturday afternoon. A boat owner called 911 reporting a boat fire located at the Chattanooga Yacht Club at 9400 North Hickory Valley Road. The Dallas Bay VFD responded by boat and arrived on the scene reporting smoke and flames in the engine area. Firefighters quickly extinguished the fire due to 900 gallons ... (click for more)

Opinion

It Is Outrageous That County School Administration Used Our Tax Dollars For Political Lobbying

Dear Dr. Johnson, The campaign central at HCDE headquarters needs a Tennessee Little Hatch Act study time and education. The heart of the issue is that HCDE utilized our tax dollars to lobby against vouchers with employee time, equipment, and lobby payments. Here is my point, I supported ESA vouchers for Hamilton County, and so did a lot of families that desired parental ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Saturday Funnies

With all due reverence and respect for Memorial Day this Monday, The Saturday Funnies knows that those who gave their lives to preserve our freedom deserve not our laughter, but our warm memories of their devotion to our country and our fellow troops. But if you were to venture into a VFW this weekend, or come across two or more of our heroes sharing a toast, it is a safe bet ... (click for more)