Kim Henry, President of City People, dropped us a reminder that the 2009 City People Downtown Home Tour is right around the corner. On October 11th, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm, you will be able to tour more than 15 residences located throughout Downtown Knoxville. Units are housed in …
A couple of weeks ago the Tennessean reported that A&E is in hot water over their use of Knoxville’s beloved song, Rocky Top. Sounds like someone better pay up or it’s going to get rocky.
If you plan on traveling anytime soon and just happen to use Twitter, you might want to give the latest TDOT accounts a follow: @Knoxville511 and @improving66. Both accounts stream updated traffic and construction info 24/7.
As our friends at Chattarati mentioned today, the Knoxify guys are headed to BarCamp Chattanooga tomorrow. Along with Chattarati and the Nashvillest, we will offer a panel discussion on city-centric blogging which should be a lot of fun. If you’re going drop us a note in the comments.
Dave and Thomas are reporting that Knoxville folks will receive an additional helping of HD channels if they’re Comcast customers. Bring on the Hallmark HD, baby! In case you missed it, check out our review of Comcast and their use of Twitter.
There’s lot of talk over at Topix about Publix. No, we’re not trying to be cute by spitting a quick rhyme. Rumor has it, Publix Super Markets, Inc. has acquired Food City, KVAT Food Stores. Feel free to go incognito in our comment section if you’ve got the low-down.
A second Earth Fare is opening in Knoxville today. In the Bearden area to be exact. According to their Twitter stream they will be offering free tastings when the doors open.
The Knoxville Open, which is part of the Nationwide Tour, tees off its first round of action tomorrow. Venture out West to Fox Den Country Club if you want to take in some of the action.
The Knoxville Social Media Association, or KSMA as we’re coining it, has launched a sparkly new website that’s powered by Ning. It looks like there’s a lot going on already so join the conversation if social media is your vice. Just like you can follow Knoxify on Twitter, KSMA also …
Knoxville.com reported that Abby Ham is going to make a return to local TV station, WBIR. Ham will broadcast mornings alongside Russell Biven as Michele Silva takes a swing at sales.