If social media is your thing then you’re going to have lots of brain-stimulating events to choose from in the near future – more on that in a future post. If our very own neighborhood czar, Suzy Trotta, makes you shaky in the real estate knees, then we have THE …
We’re using our regularly scheduled Friday Question time slot to bring you something a little different this week: a list of weekend events and a question on which are worthy of our attendance. First up, the events. Giant Clothing Swap – The “The Live More Simply So We Can Simply …
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.
Earlier this week Gay Street received a new building ornament courtesy of the Bijou Theatre. To kick-off 100 years of history, the theatre will begin its Bijou Jubilee on January 28th with the lighting of their new marquee. Thanks for the tip Morgan.
It feels like everyday I hear an ad for either an adult or kids Halloween party in Knoxville. How do you decide which one is worthy your bed-sheet ghost costume? Where’s the best place in Knoxville to trick-or-treat, both as an adult and as a kid? Photography by urbanbicyclist
Since it’s hard to read small inverted text we’d like to say: you’re invited to the Knoxville Magazine happy hour to celebrate the launch of their September issue. And what a mighty fine issue it is.
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