Stateline.org has the list. Most notably for Knoxvillian’s, Rep. Stacey Campfield.
“Anyhow, I guess I stand corrected. Not about the couch. (Then I would sit corrected.) But about the notion that most Knoxville residents are chilled out. Next time I suppose I’ll just write about Pigeon Forge.”
Thanks to the NYT, the Knoxville blogosphere has been on fire over “the couch”. See here, here, here, here and here. Phew.
Patrick Beeson shares even more ways to efficiently navigate the “scruffy city”.
Vanessa Ray, a bartender at La Costa, answers questions ranging from corporate America to LUG.
John Spellings over at the Wigshop suggests that “to make 640, 40 would relieve much of the truck traffic through downtown…”
“…a blog dedicated to Knoxville’s Sunsphere, and to the life of Martha Rose Woodward.”
Before departing for NYC, Leslie Bowden shares 5 things she loves about Knoxville.
Take advantage of the Third Creek Greenway on sunny days in Knoxville.
Lucas is departing the Wigshop but at least he’s leaving the local blogosphere with his “best of Knoxville”.