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About Maggie Behringer

Maggie Behringer joined Nooga.com in 2012 as a staff reporter, covering arts, entertainment and lifestyle in and around the Chattanooga area. A Chattanooga native, she ventured up north to attend Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts and bounced around New England for a few years after graduation. Maggie has more than five years of professional writing experience in a variety of mediums, including alternative weeklies, daily and weekly newspapers, glossy magazines and online news outlets. She has written for The Litchfield County Times in Connecticut and locally for the Chattanooga Times Free Press and The Pulse.

ARTICLES BY MAGGIE BEHRINGER

Mountain to Mountain: My (would-be) interview on the club scene

College town to college town, Morgantown is not like Chattanooga. ...

Mountain to Mountain: From research to whiskey

Since Chattanooga is quickly becoming a little whiskey town, here are a few whiskey (history) notes to parse over as we all become experts in the field. ...

Mountain to Mountain: Recognizing your own mean girl

Remember that scene in 2004’s "Mean Girls" when Tina Fey leads the gym full of high school girls in a raise-your-hand exercise and everyone realizes (in a movie ah-ha moment) that they have all been both victims and perpetrators of girl-on-girl meanness? ...

Mountain to Mountain: Being a Chattanooga ambassador

I’ve been called many, many things in my life so far, and over the weekend, I picked up another nickname: a Chattanooga ambassador. ...

Mountain to Mountain: A family Throwback Thursday

According to the tech website Digital Trends, the hashtag may have surfaced in users’ captions as early as 2011. ...

Mountain to Mountain: Baking and depression

Loving someone who suffers from depression is like baking scones. ...
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