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Rhythm N' Blooms

Freezing temperatures and the threat of snow didn’t stop music lovers from coming to Dogwood Art’s Rhythm N’ Blooms Festival. For three days, festival goers filled the streets and businesses of Knoxville’s Old City...

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Elite Awards

Guests gathered at Jackson Terminal in downtown Knoxville for dinner, drinks and dancing to support strong, smart and bold women in our community for the Girls Inc. Elite Awards 2018...

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7th Annual Women's Fund Luncheon

The 7th annual Women’s Fund Luncheon was held at Marble Hall in honor and memory of board member and visionary philanthropist Betsey R. Bush...

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Keys of Hope Luncheon

Funds were raised for the YWCA’s Women’s Housing Program at their annual Keys of Hope luncheon held at the Knoxville Convention Center...

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VIP At Home: Trish & Buzz Nabors

Would you be daunted by the prospect of turning 13,600 square feet of space into a comfortable home? Not Trish Nabers. “The minute I stepped in the foyer, I knew what I wanted to do,” said Trish. Husband Buzz Nabers wasn’t so sure.

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VIProfile: Rick & Laurie Dover

"You can see the path through the rearview window but not through the windshield.” That’s how Rick Dover recently described events that took him from Knoxville to the Caribbean, to Houston, to San Diego and back to Knoxville. 

Robin Surber

As the Tennessee Theatre’s touch-up artist, Robin Surber makes sure the paint and plaster surfaces stay as beautiful as they were when the restoration of the theatre was completed in 2005.Robin visits the theatre once a month, rolling her cart of supplies throughout the space. She consults a list provided by Facilities Manager Dave Ringley of areas that need attention.

People and Places

Historic Knoxville High Lovingly Redone

Historic Knoxville High is open again. It first opened in 1910. Now, 108years later it is open again as Historic Knoxville High Independent SeniorLiving.The building has been restored and repurposed by Dover Development, aKnoxville firm that has spent more than $15 million on the project, creating 80units and outstanding shared amenities..

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OP Jenkins Furniture and Design

In 1907, Oliver Perry Jenkins had a vision for a furniture store in downtown Knoxville. Less than 200 feet away from the original store and over 110 years later that vision is still alive in the fourth generation under the direction of Terry and Meg Troutman.

VIP Realtor

Johnnie Creel

As a founding partner of Keller Williams in Knoxville, Johnnie Creel has had a long and fulfilling career in real estate. With a bachelor’s degree in psychology, she has also served as an investigator and auditor for Louisiana Real Estate Commission.

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Editor's Letter

Rick Dover recently remarked: “You can see the path through the rearview window but not through the windshield.”Looking through the rearview window, it seems I have been in the process of moving to downtown Knoxville since the 1980s...

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TENNESSEE SMOKIES vs MOBILE BAY BEARS

May 29, 2018

Tennessee Smokies Baseball

FREE CONCERT ON THE SQUARE

May 29, 2018

Jazz with the Greg Tardy Quartet.

Bring your kids, lawn chairs, blankets, pets, and friends to enjoy outdoor Knoxville nights, live music, food, fun, and community in Market Square.

COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF THE ARTS SIDE/BY/SIDE EXHIBITION

May 29 - June 1, 2018

Art created by students paired with mentor artists will be exhibited.