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Ultimate Tailgate Party

Supporters of the Hearing and Speech Foundation took advantage of the UT Vols’ away game versus the Georgia Bulldogs to use the East Club of Neyland Stadium for its annual Ultimate Tailgate Party.

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Meet & Blessings of the Hounds

The festive 30th annual formal opening of the Tennessee Valley Hunt was held recently at the Riverplains Farm. The meet was filled with horse breeds and riders from all over along with a pack of Penn-Marydel hounds.

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Evening Under the Stars

Evening Under the Stars, the annual fundraiser for the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra, was held recently at the home of Sherri Lee. The evening began with cocktails and appetizers while the full orchestra played big band jazz.

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Hola Festival

HoLa Hora Latina’s signature event, HoLa Fest, highlights the diversity of Hispanic culture while extending a cultural salute to the East Tennessee community...

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Celebrating the Art of Survivorship

A large crowd gathered at The Foundry recently to listen to former NFL star Chris Draft, whose wife, Keasha, was diagnosed with lung cancer at the age of 37. About 12 months after diagnosis, Keasha passed away...

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Scruffy Soiree

The Pressroom was buzzing at the Scruffy City Soiree as guests enjoyed a festive evening starting with a signature cocktail hour and a curated silent auction featuring art, handcrafted treasures, wine and spirits and customized experiences.

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VIP at Home: The Next Chapter

Jeannie Bennett, owner of BENNETT (formerly Bennett Galleries), has transformed the home where her children were raised into an art-filled retreat for the next chapter of her life. The contemporary West Knoxville residence was designed in the 1930s by Alfred and Jane West Clauss, for the J.T. Mengel family.

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VIProfile: Dr. Ty and Suzanne Prince

Ty and Suzanne Prince, co-chairs of the 2018 Hope Gala to benefit the American Cancer Society, agree it’s important to give back.“I grew up in Knoxville,” said Ty. “My dad was the pastor at West Hills Baptist Church. My mother taught at West Hills School. I was a paramedic before going to medical school.”

Middlebrook Gardens

The Helen Ross McNabb Center recently opened its third veterans housing project. The opening of Middlebrook Gardens brings the number of units available to veterans who might otherwise be homeless to 33. Cedar Crossing, which opened in 2014, has eight units; Washington Oaks, which opened in 2015, added 15 units. Middlebrook Gardens has space for 10 veterans.

People & Places

Dr. William Ergen Joins Gastrointestinal Associates

Dr. William Ergen recently joined Gastrointestinal Associates, one of the Southeast’s leading GI practices.“Dr. Ergen is the perfect fit for our patients and our physicians,” said Jeff Dew, CEO of Gastrointestinal Associates. “He shares our team’s commitment to excellence, and his research has focused on delivering the highest quality of care with endoscopic procedures.”

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Tranzonic Companies Hires Robert Gotham as Production Manager

The Tranzonic Companies recently hired Robert “Bob” Gotham as production manager at the national manufacturing firm’s West Knoxville facility. The Knoxville facility, located off Hardin Valley Road, is the largest manufacturing and distribution site for The Tranzonic Companies...

November Issue

Editor's Letter

My earliest Thanksgiving memories are set in Newport, Tennessee, where generations of both sides of my family lived starting shortly after the Revolutionary War. My parents and I moved to Loudon when I was six months old, but Newport was where we went for holidays...

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Knockouts of Knoxville: A Chef's Roundtable

When four of Knoxville’s best and favorite chefs were invited to showcase the flavors of Knoxville at the James Beard House in New York City a few months ago, the dinner was titled “The Knockouts of Knoxville.”

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THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK CHRISTMAS MUSICAL

November 23, 2018

They’re back! It’s holiday time down in Armadillo Acres (North Florida’s premier mobile-living community), and everyone’s filled with warmth and beer. But when a freak bout of amnesia strikes the trailer park Scrooge, neighborly love is put to the test. Be on hand as Betty, Lin, and Pickles jingle all the way with some new neighbors in an all-new, all-trailer-park musical! You don’t have to have seen our production of The Great American Trailer Park Musical to enjoy this sequel, but if you did, you know it’s a cat-fightin’, sun-worshippin’, chair-throwin’ good time-—but with tinsel and Keg Nog! Definitely for mature audiences.

CHRISTMAS IN THE CITY

November 23, 2018

Holidays On Ice

Whether with family, friends or on a date you'll love skating in the heart of Downtown Knoxville in Market Square! Join us at Holidays on Ice presented by Home Federal Bank to make memories that will last long after the holidays are over. Enjoy skating under the stars and twinkling lights while listening to music every night.

CHRISTMAS IN THE CITY

November 23, 2018

Join us for the lighting of our 42' tree in Krutch Park Ext. Enjoy live music, train rides, pictures with Santa, face painting, and more. WDVX Holiday Ho Ho Ho Down will be on Bill Lyons Pavilion from 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm. Market Street will have local businesses doing crafts with children, stop by Home Depot's Little Elves Workshop, make a card to be sent to our soldiers with American Red Cross ‘Cards for Heroes’. And don't forget to stop by and see the miniature train set! Music will start at 5:30 pm, the lighting of the tree ceremony begins at 6 pm, other activities will begin after.