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Eighth of August Jubilee

The 4th annual Eighth of August Jubilee featured a red carpet premiere of the documentary “Black, White & U.S.” hosted by the Beck Cultural Exchange Center at the Historic Tennessee Theatre.

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Irish Fest on the Hill

The 11th annual Irish Fest on the Hill was held recently at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in downtown Knoxville. Shepherd’s pie, bangers and mash and corned beef and cabbage were just a few of the many samplings of traditional Irish fare.

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Little Pink Dress Party

The American Cancer Society and Real Men Wear Pink recently hosted the Little Pink Dress Party at Relix Variety Theatre in Happy Holler. This event serves as the kickoff for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event in October at the World’s Fair Park.

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Trefoil Society Luncheon

Each year the Girl Scouts honor a notable woman who makes up part of the local council. This year the Trefoil Society gathered to hear from Sandy Martin, a Girl Scout alumna who is passionate about believing in and empowering young women...

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Feast with the Beast

The Beasts were on hand in droves at the 2018 Feast with the Beasts at Zoo Knoxville. Guests strolled throughout the zoo to admire the menagerie while snacking and enjoying novelty drinks.

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Open House

Fans of public radio were invited to get up close and personal with local NPR personalities at the WUOT Open House. Hosted on the campus of the University of Tennessee, the event featured a range of activities...

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Summer Swing

The Crowne Plaza hotel in downtown Knoxville was the setting of the 2018 Ladies of Charity’s Summer Swing. Guests at the event had the opportunity to participate in a silent auction and social hour before dinner...

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First Birthday Bash

Patrons and board members gathered in the lobby of the Flying Anvil Theatre to celebrate a year of achievement on its new stage in Rocky Hill. At the occasion, Artistic Director Jayne Morgan presented the inaugural “Wings Award” to sponsor Randy Massey...

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4th Annual Chefs' Dinner

The L5 Foundation recently hosted its fourth annual Chefs’ Dinner at Riverview Family Farm. The Co-Chairs for the event were Melissa White and Misty Cunningham. This year’s theme was farm to table featuring local chefs.

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For the Love of Art

Visitors to Rob and June Heller’s 5300 square foot home in West Knoxville usually assume it was custom built to hold the couple’s art collection, but that’s not so. In fact, Rob had some convincing to do.

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VIProfile: Terry Turner

“I needed a job.” That’s how Terry Turner, owner of All Occasions Party Rentals, explains how he got into the event rental business.The Clinton native worked at Hewgley’s Music while in college, not because he was a music aficionado, but, you guessed it, because he needed a job.

Casey Pruitt Embraces Her 'Job' as Coach's Wife

When I fell in love with Jeremy, I knew what his job entailed,” says Casey Pruitt, wife of University of Tennessee Head Football Coach Jeremy Pruitt. “I just decided from day one to embrace this. My job is to be a coach’s wife. You are the sole caregiver of your children, the sole caretaker of the house.

People & Places

FamilyCare Specialists Welcomes Tamara Davis, MD

Covenant Health is pleased to welcome board-certified family medicine physician Tamara Davis, MD to the primary care team at FamilyCare Specialists. Dr. Davis received her medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia...

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20/30 Fast Track Bearden Opens on Kingston Pike

Ellen Flautt and Michele Wall recently opened 20/30 Fast Track Bearden at 5816 Kingston Pike. The program centers around unique hormone balancing, ketogenic diet and lifestyle with the goal of helping clients...

September Issue

Editor's Letter

it’s the season when sunshine on my shoulders actually feels good and doesn’t require industrial strength sunscreen. I can enjoy outdoor patio seating downtown without fear of heat stroke. The yellow leaves on the ginkgo trees on Clinch Avenue between the Holston Building and the East Tennessee History Center and sugar maples anywhere make me happy...

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Oh, Give Me A Home

It all started with the buffalo. The Eastern woodland buffalo, to be exact. Cousins to those symbols of the wild west, the woodland buffalo made their home in Pennsylvania and Maine but went in search of greener – and warmer – pastures in the winter.

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FIVE CHINESE BROTHERS

September 22, 2018

Many hundreds of years ago, in a land far away, there lived five brothers who, despite looking exactly alike, were each different in his own extraordinary way.

UT VOLS vs FLORIDA GATORS

September 22, 2018

University of Tennessee Vols Football

MAKER CITY SUMMIT

September 23, 2018

We host a one-day educational Summit in downtown Knoxville each year to bring the maker community together for networking, professionally-led sessions, and a hands-on educational experience.