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Station Street renamed Vomit Alley after open-container ordinance passes

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After the Chattanooga City Council passed an ordinance yesterday allowing people of legal drinking age to carry open containers on Station Street next to the Choo-Choo, another measure was approved to change the name of the street to “Vomit Alley.” “We just wanted to be honest with what we’re getting…

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Councilwoman Coonrod demands to speak with Mayor McCheese for burger complaint

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Councilwoman Demetrus Coonrod reportedly demanded to speak with Mayor McCheese to lodge a complaint at a fast food restaurant about a burger that was not made to her satisfaction. This news comes after it was revealed in Chattanooga Police body-cam footage that Coonrod asked to speak with then-police Chief Fred…

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Southside Social doubles down on dress code, requires tuxedos, gowns

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After receiving overwhelmingly negative feedback regarding its dress code, the bar and bowling alley Southside Social doubled down on its dress code, now requiring all patrons to wear tuxedos and gowns. “We here at the Southside Social want to keep things classy, so that’s why all customers will be required…

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Bella Vita lights appear for local bar’s two-year anniversary

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During preparations for the Chattanooga bar and restaurant, The Bitter Alibi’s two-year anniversary¬†celebration, employees were shocked to discover a massive search light had appeared on the third floor of the establishment. After further examination, the spot lights were uncovered to be from the troubled Southside nightclub Bella Vita, whose giant…

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Walmart offers wine to dull pain of shopping at Walmart

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The department store and supermarket chain Walmart began offering wine in its Tennessee stores today in order to let customers dull the pain of having to shop at Walmart. “This is great news,” said local shopper Blake Wolfhund. “Whenever I shop at Walmart on a Saturday afternoon, after a few…

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Local gangs agree to truce over bathroom bread thawing

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After weeks of relentless violence, representatives from Chattanooga area gangs have agreed to a cease fire. Members say the shocking revelation of a local restaurant thawing out their sandwich bread in bathrooms have rendered members in a disgusted state where the willpower to continue drive-by shootings and stabbings has stopped.…

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New cocktail bar offers artisanal ice from skating rink

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Chattanooga's new cocktail bar Slurp

The new cocktail bar Slurp, located on Chattanooga’s Southside, is taking local craft cocktails to the next level by offering artisanal ice that was formerly used in the temporary skating rink Ice on the Landing, which closed for the season earlier this week. “Using quality ice is absolutely essential for…

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Mayor Berke advises citizens to put bread and milk on tires

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After a wave of icy rain and sleet wreaked havoc over the Tennessee valley this morning causing wrecks and collisions on many road ways, Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke issued a statement advising residents to coat the tires of their vehicles in bread and milk. “While stores around the area have…

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Food City tests grocery delivery via hot air balloon

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Supermarket chain Food City tested a new grocery delivery service that utilizes hot air balloons earlier today in the Chattanooga region, where it had recently acquired and converted 29 Bi-Lo supermarkets. This revolutionary new service takes Food City to another level, after it had previously offered its GoCart Curbside Pickup…

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