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La Dolce Vita Flower Show

Town and Country Garden Club recently held a flower show themed “La Dolce Vita” at the Mediterranean-inspired home of Cindy and Crawford Wagner. Current members of the club were required to enter the show which showcased arrangements throughout the home.

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Akima Grants Luncheon

Akima Club of Knoxville recently invited the non-profit recipients of its annual grants to a luncheon at Bearden Banquet Hall. At the luncheon, 41 grants, totalling over $53,000, were awarded.

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Shakin' Not Stirred

The 9th Annual Shakin’ Not Stirred event was held recently at The Venue at Lenoir City. This fundraiser featured dinner, silent and live auctions and dancing...

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Bridles and Blue Jeans

The 14th annual Bridles & Blue Jeans fundraiser was held at Shangri-La Therapeutic Academy of Riding (STAR) in Lenoir City. The event featured dinner, drinks and silent and live auctions...

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Rhythm N' Blooms

The 10th Annual Rhythm N’ Blooms Festival, presented by Yee-Haw Brewing Company and produced by Dogwood Arts and Attack Monkey Productions, recently took over Knoxville’s Old City...

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Wild Vine

Zoo Knoxville and Rhizome Productions recently hosted the inaugural Wild Vine, featuring over 70 red, white, rosé and sparkling wines. Samples of craft beer and spirits were also available on this liquid safari throughout the zoo.

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Southern Tequila and Taco Festival

Around 2,000 guests attended the recent Southern Tequila and Taco Festival in Farragut. Attendees sampled tequilas, margaritas, mezcals and beer, enjoyed food from area restaurants serving tacos and other specialty dishes and listened to John Stone and the Trailer Park All Stars.

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State of the City Address

Approximately 700 people gathered recently to hear Mayor Madeline Rogero deliverer her eighth and final State of the City Address at the James White Parkway terminus in South Knoxville, where construction will soon begin on a $10 million Urban Wilderness Gateway Park.

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A Stylish Renovation

The 18 month renovation at Brian DeBusk’s 11, 200 square foot west Knoxville home is nearing completion.

“It needed a facelift in a big way,” he said.

The project, which involved changing “every wall, every floor, every ceiling,” transformed the home from a traditional house with old world decor to a more open plan with contemporary style, industrial touches and a warm masculine feel.

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VIProfile: Dr. Malcom Foster

Dr. Malcolm Foster, Director of Cardiovascular Research at Tennova Healthcare, came to Knoxville to work at Baptist Hospital, which had “the biggest heart program in the city.” “I was given one nurse for a year,” he said. “We now have five full time nurse research coordinators, and we’ve done over 100 clinical trials.”

Keeping it in the Family

Sense of pride. Mutual respect. Shared values. Trust. Collaboration. These themes emerged in all our conversations with the parents and offspring featured in this story about local family-owned businesses. No one regrets the decision to “keep it in the family.” They have all found strength in working together to grow the family enterprise...

Money Minders

Mike Honeycutt

Mike Honeycutt has a standard “elevator pitch” answer when people ask him what he does for a living. As he puts it, “I am a professional banker who has made a career out of helping business owners maximize their possibilities. SmartBank not only provides a world-class banking platform to help achieve those dreams, but, in addition, our core purpose is to provide a ‘wow’ client experience.”

Money Minders

Private Wealth Management

The Regions Private Wealth Management team in Knoxville is made up of experienced financial advisors and specialists who deliver an unbiased, comprehensive approach to wealth management. Their team provides clients a customized financial strategy tailored to specific needs and goals that is supported by a team of subject-matter experts...

People & Places

Barbermcmurry Wins Seven AIA East TN Design Awards

BarberMcMurry Architects won seven of fourteen design awards presented to projects at recent AIA East Tennessee ceremonies. Every project the firm submitted won at least one award...

June Issue

Editor's Letter

“Make new friends, but keep the old; one is silver and the other gold.” I think I first learned those lyrics at a Brownie Scouts meeting circa 1962, but they ring true. Once a year on the first weekend in June, I return to “The Mountain” to spend time with former classmates at St. Andrew’s School--now St. Andrew’s- Sewanee School--an Episcopal boarding school in Sewanee, TN.

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TENNESSEE SMOKIES VS MONTGOMERY BISCUITS

July 23, 2019

Tennessee Smokies Baseball

JAZZ ON THE SQUARE 20TH ANNIVERSARY WITH ERIC REED

July 23, 2019

Eric Reed, a world-class pianist and composer, will play with the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra at a special 20th anniversary indoor session of “Jazz on the Square” in The Square Room.

The free performance, part of the regular “Jazz on the Square” sessions in the summer, will be held Tuesday, July 23, at 8 p.m. in downtown Knoxville at 4 Market Square.

TENNESSEE SMOKIES VS MONTGOMERY BISCUITS

July 24, 2019

Tennessee Smokies Baseball