We’re curating the best of Knoxville on our new tumblog. Get after it!
There are a lot of great Knoxvillians, both past and present, so it was hard deciding if we could even narrow them down to a small list. Giving it our best, we present three Knoxville residents/natives that we think you would enjoy meeting.
Eight categories, lots of fun, tons of entertainment, a radio and a TV station, and one set of piercing eyes. That is the best local fun and entertainment that Knoxville has to offer.
Although light in the total number of categories, it wasn’t lost on the jury that there are a lot of great local businesses in Knoxville. In any case, here are five of the best that Knoxville has to offer.
Now that you’ve met the jury it’s time to meet the winners. For the first round we divided our food and drink into twenty categories. An eclectic bunch, this list of best local flavor in Knoxville will guide you from waffles to sushi, chocolate to hamburgers and much more.
If Knoxify were a beer it would have a born on date of December 2007. That’s the date we set out to tell the world what makes Knoxville a great place to live, work and play. Now, we’re telling you who the best is.
Knoxville-native Laura Braden joins the Knoxify team. Find out what she did in Sacramento, CA that’s going to make her a real asset for us.
Our comment system has left the dark ages. Don’t just read more on this post, comment more and try out our new Disqus interface. Photo: Amber Rae
A neighborhood comprised of four subdivisions right in the heart of Knoxville. Read on to learn more about the Forest Heights community.
As Knoxify turns 3-years old we’re looking back on the sweat equity several of us have earned. More importantly, we earned it with the help of many great people and businesses.