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Art Crawl

Guests at Art Crawl, the most recent Art House event, gathered for a reception in the University of Tennessee’s Art & Architecture building for socializing and networking prior to the “crawl.”

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ArtXtravaganza

Now in its 19th year, ArtXtravaganza is Webb School’s annual art sale featuring original artworks by nearly 70 artists and offering affordable works for everyone – from fine art, handcrafted jewelry and pottery to glass art, sculptures and metal art.

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Roaring 20's Ball

The Knoxville Symphony’s Roaring 20s Ball raised funds for the Orchestra’s Education & Community Partnership programs, including the KSO’s award-winning Music & Wellness program.

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Retirement Destination

Indiana natives Dawn and John Skeens never dreamed they’d be living in Tennessee. “When we started thinking about what retirement might look like, we figured we’d end up in Florida like everybody else,” said Dawn. “But then we asked ‘what might give us a different pace? And a milder winter?’”

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VIProfile: Bob Gilbertson

Bob Gilbertson’s first day in the liquor business was at Beverage Control, the distributing company his father owned.“It was 1966,” he said. “I was just back from the Coast Guard. I unloaded a train car full of Seagram’s Gin. It must have been 100 degrees in that box car.” Bob opened his first package store, a small place downtown on Church Avenue, in 1970.

VIProfile: Cynthia Moxley and Alan Carmicheal

Public relations firm Moxley Carmichael has been around so long and is so well known that it may be difficult to remember the time when there was just one name on the company: Moxley Communications. When the couple, who were married in 1984, met, Cynthia was a journalist, and Alan worked in the Communications Department at TVA...

April Issue

Editor's Letter

If it were a normal April, I’d wish everyone a happy spring and rhapsodize over the forsythia, dogwoods, redbuds, jonquils and tulips that never fail to lift my spirits. But this is not a normal April. We’re dealing with things that seemed unimaginable just a month or so ago. And it’s hard to predict what next week or next month may bring.

People & Places

Downtown Knoxville Alliance Helps Prospective Residents Explore Options

Developers have started construction on a combined 420 new residential units in Downtown Knoxville, signaling continued housing demand within the central business district, which is a 0.67-square-mile area in the city’s core. The new rental and purchase options will push the district’s housing units to more than 2,000, in addition to units in surrounding downtown neighborhoods.

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The Christman Company Acquires Medco Construction

The Christman Company, a national construction management and real estate development firm based in Lansing, Michigan, and with an office in Knoxville, Tennessee, has acquired MEDCO Construction in Texas. The acquisition allows Christman, which also has an office in Grapevine, Texas, to expand its construction services and sets the stage for growth in Texas and surrounding areas.

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Johnson Architecture Project Chesapeake's West Earns Keep Knoxville Beautiful Award

Chesapeake’s West, designed by Johnson Architecture, has earned a 2020 Keep Knoxville Beautiful Orchids Award for the transformation of a tire center into a modern, nautical dining experience. To accomplish their vision, the owners, Copper Cellar Family of Restaurants, collaborated with longtime partner Johnson Architecture to artfully remake the cinder block building into a 17,600-square-foot restaurant and event space.

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