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Doc Rock

The Knoxville Academy of Medical Alliance held its annual Doc Rock at the Concourse in downtown Knoxville. This “battle of the bands,” now in its 15th year, is a friendly competition between groups of physicians who enjoy playing music on the side.

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World AIDS Day Breakfast

Positively Living serves vulnerable groups struggling to survive the challenges created by HIV/AIDS, homelessness, mental illness, addiction, and disabilities. Its mission is to improve the lives of the people they serve...

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Butterfly Kisses Winter Ball

Fathers and daughters and grandfathers and granddaughters attended the Butterfly Kisses Winter Ball at Fox Den Country Club. The evening included a photo station, a DJ playing all the favorites of the young ladies and a buffet dinner complete with a sundae bar.

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Old Warm Charm: Lush Gardens and Bright Colors Come Together at the Home of Jim and Kati Blalock

Kati and Jim Blalock describe their 30-year old 15,000 square foot home as a modified Georgian that has been “added on and added on” according to Jim.The design of the house was inspired by a house the Blalocks used to see on their way to The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia...

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Light and Warmth Come Together in Grace Jansen's Home in Northshore Town Center

Grace Jansen, ready to downsize and move from West Knoxville to downtown, was skeptical when her realtor suggested stopping by Northshore Town Center first.

“I said, ‘There’s nothing left there,’” she remembered, “but my timing was brilliant. Construction [in the planned urban-style suburban neighborhood] takes place in phases. They were just getting ready to start Phase 2. Phase 3 will start soon.”

Maryville College: Noble, Grand & True

The threads that run through history – whether it be your own personal history or the history of a storied institution – are seldom continuous. Storylines frazzle, fray or get knotted up, and another picks up. For Maryville College, which is finishing up a year-long bicentennial celebration next month, the thread of inclusive values runs consistent.

People and Places

Latest Issue 4 2020

People and Places

Loghaven Artist Residency Announced

Loghaven Artist Residency, a newly created residency for emerging and established artists in the fields of visual art, dance, music, writing, theater, and interdisciplinary work, announces its first group of artists and the completion of its campus...

VIP Realtor

Caroline McDonald

When people think of South Knoxville, they think of new businesses such as TrailHead Beer Market, SoKno Taco, Alliance, Simpl, Honeybee, South Coast Pizza, Landing House, Everything Mushrooms, Hi-Wire Brewing and long time favorites like Ye Ole Steak House, Round -UP, McDonald Billiard Supply and Kay’s Ice Cream...

VIP Realtor

Karen Packett

When Karen Packett asks her clients if they would like to ride with her to look at houses, they may discover that they will not be riding in a car or even on a road. Many times, they will find themselves in a boat, cruising around various lakes, such as Fort Loudon, Tellico or Watts Bar. As a real estate agent for Lake Homes Realty, Karen knows her way around the water and is an expert at finding her clients lake front or lakeview properties...

Upcoming Events


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April 8,2020

Join us Wednesday, April 8thfor the 7thAnnual Hal & Phil Off The Record, now with Bob!


April 9, 2020

LMU Law and East Tennessee Historical Society partner to present presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning Author Jon Meacham for a special community presentation.


April 9, 2020

The Black Jacket Symphony returns to the Tennessee Theatre on April 9 & 10 for TWO shows to perform a full night of music from Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall.’