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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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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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Garden Design: A Spectacular Garden on the River

Sharon and Joe Pryse both grew roses prior to their marriage in 2006, but together they grow roses and more in the tiered garden at their Kingston Pike home...

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VIProfile: Chris McAdoo

Chris McAdoo, whose exhibit, “Make it Real Compared to What,” was on display at Bennett this spring, has always known he could create.“I don’t remember a time when I wasn’t creating,” he said. “In elementary school, I had trouble with long division but caught on to perspective right away...

Forrest Brook: Neighbors supporting neighbors in challenging times

Located between Westland Drive and Northshore Drive in West Knoxville, the Forest Brook neighborhood takes pride in its unique charm and neighborliness...

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July Issue

Editor's Letter

“COVID-19 is the worst party crasher ever,” wrote Maria Cornelius in a recent post on “In Any Event,” the blog she writes for Moxley Carmichael. Maria also keeps the accompanying website, “Event Check Knox,” updated. Staying on top of events is always challenging, but hats off to Maria for the stellar job she’s doing keeping event planners and others informed these days...

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SmartBank Secures $240 Million in Loans for Small Businesses

SmartBank has been working diligently on behalf of local small businesses in their fight to survive the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. As of mid May, the bank had processed approximately 1,700 loan applications and secured over $240 million in loan commitments through the Paycheck Protection Program...

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