The new Cheers is a little chain coffee shop near the Knoxville neighborhood, Montvue. “Sometimes you want to go, Where everybody knows your name, And they’re always glad you came”
All Mapped Out: Knoxville Swimming Pools and Splash Pads
Since summer is just right around the corner we know the temps are not headed south anytime soon. We mapped out local pools and splash pads that will help you stay cool.
New Neighborhood: Lakemoor Hills
With over 250 homes, many with a view of the lake, Lakemoor Hills is a mighty fine place to call home.
St. Paddy’s Day Flashback
Ever wake up at 3:00 a.m. and wonder where the armful of green roses on the floor beside your bed came from? Then it all comes flooding back to you … St. Patrick’s Day at The Crown & Goose.
A Pirate and a Gentleman
David Keith got into acting to meet girls. Or so he claims. Keith explains that he never got involved in the emotional side of his career, meaning he didn’t buy into the Hollywood hype that derails so many young actors. Nor does acting define his identity. “I got paid to …
Ask the Readers Roundup: Bring Trader Joe’s to Knoxville, Please
When Suzy asked our new-business-themed Friday question on February 5th we didn’t know what would hit our comment section. By the end of the day we had heard Knoxville loud and clear: bring Trader Joe’s to Knoxvegas! Of the 39 responses to our question, 19 commenters asked for a Trader …
Bike Lanes Over the Water
When the Henley Bridge is renovated it will be garnished with shiny new bike lanes. A good move by the city and TDOT. Hat tip: Patrick Beeson
GO! Where Grace & Effort Coalesce
Watching bubbly teenagers morph into disciplined warriors is an interesting experience. One minute they’re giggling and gossiping. The next minute they’re performing water ballet on dry land – or on a cold hard floor, to be precise. Instructor Laura Raines beats a drum and guides the girls through a series …
On A Hallowed Hill in Tennessee
For people who don’t bleed orange, the fierce, irrational loyalty of Tennessee football fans is perplexing. You might think we’re unbalanced and over-the-top in our allegiance to the Vols. You might think we’re blithely unaware of bigger issues and that we ought to get our priorities in order. What we …
Maryville, Pronounced Murvul
“Call it fate, call it luck, call it karma. I believe everything happens for a reason.” -Dr. Peter Venkman, Ghostbuster Let me preface this little article, with a short story. Last week right here on the illustrious Knoxify comments section, I wrote a quick blurb about a new market in …