Knoxville reading including the Civil War, update on the Henley Street Bridge, and Social Slam!
Destination Cappuccino: Blackbird Coffeehouse
A quaint spot, Blackbird Coffeehouse is a destination well-worth the drive through one of Knoxville’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods.
Prelude to a Feast
At the risk of sounding like an inveterate party girl, I must blog about another gathering I attended on the heels of St. Patrick’s Day. Fooltinis & Frivolity was a preview party for the Dogwood Arts Festival’s upcoming Feast of Fools. Held at Sapphire, the event drew dozens of diverse …
New Neighborhood: Sequoyah Hills
If diverse architecture is what you seek in a neighborhood, then Sequoyah Hills will probably suit your fancy. Dating back to around 1920, this West Knoxville community is rich in history with an abundance of offerings from parks, water access, playgrounds and more. Read more about Sequoyah Hills in our …
Blackbird Coffeehouse Receives Metro Pulse Love
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.
Knoxville’s Blackbird Coffeehouse opens with focus on coffee, comfort
Blackbird Coffeehouse, Knoxville’s newest coffee shop, opened yesterday at it’s location on 1208 Kenesaw Avenue in Sequoyah Hills. The focus of Blackbird is both the quality of coffee, and providing a comfortable place to relax said co-owner Ali Johnston, who has been an occasional employee of coffee shops since she …