Exactly where you would expect it to be, Downtown Knoxville is in the heart of the city. That means our newest neighborhood guide is filled with condos and lofts that are both new and historic.
All roads lead to another place but where does that road leave Knoxville? Photo: Matt Mets | flickr
A story about an expensive car, blue collar workers and the identity of Knoxville. What more could you possibly want from a mid-size city in the South?
For the first nineteen years of my life I lived in Farragut. Yet during that entire time I do not recall that I ever once considered myself to be from Farragut.
People watching could be the best spectator sport of all time. We’re searching for the best event or venue to people watch in Knoxville. Got any tips?
On loan to the British Virgin Islands, Knoxvillian Amelia Daniels shares what she misses about Knoxville. Shrimp Dock, pilates, G-10, “y’all” and much more.
Ben Taylor has been encountered by Knoxville in a way that he can no longer ignore it. Does this town have a soul?
We map out your coyote sightings, share tips on protecting your pets, and review Knox County hunting and trapping laws.
Since we sleep in our own bed at night we don’t have a clue as to which Knoxville hotel or inn is the best. What’s your favorite?
This Saturday the Alice Bell / Spring Hill Neighborhood Association will be holding its first ever Community Day at New Harvest Park. Learn why should come.