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Youth of the Year Celebration

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley hosted its annual Youth of the Year Celebration at Regas Square Events in downtown Knoxville. The celebration highlights the impact the Clubs have on members and encompasses good character and leadership skills of finalists.

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Snowflake Ball

The Knoxville-Knox County CAC Office on Aging held its sold-out Snowflake Ball at Rothchild Catering and Conference Center. The ball included live music, dancing, a silent auction and a catered dinner with drinks.

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Nine O' Clock Cotillion

The Nine O’clock Cotillion, held at Cherokee Country Club, is an annual event to recognize newly married couples and welcome them into Knoxville Society. Themed this year “Parisian Nights,” guests enjoyed a cocktail reception and celebrated the couples’ presentations.

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Middlebrook: A Timeless Legacy

Middlebrook is a labor of love. It can boast that it is one of the longest continuously lived-in houses in Tennessee, having been occupied in various iterations since 1795. Its current occupants, Rick Fox and Ralph Cianelli continue to steward the house and nine other buildings on their property, including maintaining many collections displayed prominently throughout the historic structure.

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VIProfile: Stephanie Bauer Daniel

Meet Stephanie Bauer Daniel. She is a lawyer, a wife and mother, and she is passionate about working in her East Tennessee community. Her first experience in volunteerism was in Alpha Delta Pi where she ultimately served as president of her chapter at East Tennessee State University. She enjoyed working in leadership, and that led her to join the Junior League.

Blount County Unsung Heroes

For Lilli Teeter Brown, growing up as the oldest of seven children, her mother and father were her mentors. Her father served as a high school science teacher and coached football and basketball. He and her mother taught core values that would guide Brown throughout her life.

March Issue

Editor's Letter

As we embrace the arrival of March, a noticeable sense of excitement is in the air. Events once again fill the pages from elegant galas to Mardi Gras-themed parties. The BaseVols are back on the mound and the the days are gradually becoming longer; the promise of spring is just around the corner. 

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Hundreds of Children Race to Finish Line At Covenant Kids Run Kickoff

The 20th Annual Covenant Kids Run has officially started with a kickoff marked by a 1-mile run outside West Town Mall, starting and finishing at DICK’S House of Sport and attended byhundreds of East Tennessee students racing to raise money for their schools.

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Local Start-Up To National Brand: Family-Owned Sugarland turns 10

Distilleries are one of Tennessee’s biggest drivers of economic growth, accounting for $3.5 billion in impact and 30,000 jobs across the state, according to a study by Tourism Economics.

One local distillery that’s helping fuel that growth is celebrating its 10th anniversary in a few weeks and I was hoping we could work together on this story that runs the gamut of entrepreneurship, food/bev, tourism, entertainment, and more.

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Local Farrow & Ball Store Opened its Doors on January 25th, Kicking Off The Knoxville Design Collective Era

The eagerly anticipated Farrow & Ball Stocking Store opened its doors on January 25th, marking the first of many luxury brands to become part of the Knoxville Design Collective. The Farrow & Ball stocking store is owned by the dynamic partnership of Diana Warner Tennessee and Lyon Brands, LLC...

Upcoming Events


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March 3, 2024

Location: Cathedral of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

Start time: 6:30 pm


March 3, 2024

Location: Bijou Theatre

Start time: 2:30 pm


March 8, 2024

Location: Knoxville Civic Coliseum

Start time: 7:35 pm