Via a tweet from Amy Lawless this morning, Knoxville has yet another run coming up. The inaugural Run for the Schools will take place on Saturday, April 4th and will benefit the students and teachers of all schools (both public and private) in Knox County.
Carly Harrington of the News Sentinel is reporting that Chick-Fil-A has picked Knoxville as a testbed for their latest low-fat food offerings. Eat more…yogurt?
So with all the bad news lately, it seems that “everything’s amazing, but nobody’s happy.” Well, Triathlon superstar and Knoxvillian Eric Bell, has some good news from Down Under. Dream Big, EB and keep sending the updates! See you soon, the Dogwood Mile awaits its leader’s return
Discount grocer, ALDI, is opening a new store in the Powell community. Today from noon till 4pm they’re having a open house with free samples of ALDI brands. Their grand opening is Monday, March 9th. Plug 2801 Schaad Road, 37921 into your GPS for directions.
Lavish Events, a Nashville business, just tweeted that they may be taking over the Schakolad location here in Knoxville. Anyone have more info?
knoxvillebiz dispatched a tweet yesterday that contained good news for job seekers: “Hey job seekers: FedEx is offering free resume printing.” Click here for more info.
Carly Harrington over at the Sentinel is reporting that a new pizza place is going up in Bearden. Papa Murphy’s will be located “on a small tract next to First Tennessee bank at the corner of Kingston Pike and Forest Park Boulevard.” Take your pizza and shove it…into the oven.
The Metro Pulse has a great article on the Blackbird Coffeehouse. Our very own Patrick Beeson wrote a ‘Bird-loving review when they first opened. Glad to hear they’re still going strong.
According to this tweet, an NBC news crew is in Knoxville looking for some good BBQ. Leave your recommendations for them in the comments.
According to Ken Baker, “The Car Wash Factor” is pointing to an economic revival. Could this mean better times are ahead for Knoxville?