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Kendra Scott Opens Retail Location

Kendra Scott has officially opened its doors in Knoxville at The Vertex, located at 5350 Kingston Pike. The new boutique is the first Kendra Scott retail location in Knoxville. Along with the custom interior design and inviting atmosphere that the company has become known for, the boutique features a collection of jewelry, fine jewelry, beauty and home decor items.
4/2/2019

Community School of the Arts

In 1991, a group at First Presbyterian Church grew concerned that children were not receiving adequate training in music and other fine arts in the public school system. With the assistance of other regional leaders, the group organized the Community School of the Arts (CSA), whose mission is to empower students using art as a vehicle.
4/2/2019

VIProfile: Keith Goodwin

In his 42 years in healthcare, Keith Goodwin, President/CEO of East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, says he has spent only two years in adult healthcare--and that’s just fine with him. “I like working with kids,” he said.
4/2/2019

Transformation at Tremont

The Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont celebrates a big birthday this year: 50 years as a learning center. While the roots of Tremont go even deeper, the formation of Tremont dates to 1969. 
4/2/2019

Designed with Love

One of interior designer Jenny Adams’ recent favorite projects is her own home.“I learned a lot,” she said. “And it’s ongoing. Johnny’s afraid it will never end, but I’m eager for it to be complete so we can just enjoy it.”
4/2/2019

Latest Issue 4 19

4/2/2019

Big Ears Music Ears Opening Reception

Big Ears Music Festival 2019 kicked off in style at the Knoxville Museum of Art at an exclusive opening reception for donors and other supporters of the nonprofit arts.
4/2/2019

Perennial Society Luncheon

The annual Perennial Society Luncheon for Random Acts of Flowers (RAF) took place recently in the organization’s warehouse. RAF purposefully uses only one percent of its budget for events in order to best utilize donations.
4/2/2019

KSO at Blackberry Farm

Once a year Blackberry Farm hosts an intimate dinner and concert to benefit the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra. Following a reception featuring wines and passed appetizers, guests enjoy a multi-course dinner followed by a concert.
4/2/2019

Editor's Letter

For several weeks I’ve been watching a friend and neighbor who’s simultaneously moving, downsizing and combining two households. This has prompted a flurry of sorting every item in every closet, drawer and cabinet. And under the beds, on top of the refrigerator and anywhere else things can be stowed in a condo downtown.
4/2/2019

Robert Threlkeld

Robert Threlkeld knows about taking risks. One of the first risks he took in his adult life was getting into real estate. That risk turned out to be one of the best decisions he has ever made... 
3/18/2019

Laura Slyman

Second generation realtor Laura Slyman started her career in real estate after earning a B.S. and an M.B.A. in marketing at the University of Tennessee. My father, Jim Slyman, started Slyman Real Estate in 1971,” said Laura.
3/18/2019

Latest Issue 3 19

3/8/2019

Double Amputee Marathon Runner Rob Jones to Speak at Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon Health & Fitness Expo

Rob Jones, a U.S. Marines veteran and double amputee who completed his goal of running 31 marathons in 31 cities in 31 days in 2017, will be the featured speaker for the Health & Fitness Expo, part of the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon weekend March 30-31.
3/7/2019

Jenny McGlothin

For Jenny McGlothin, a career in real estate came a bit unexpectedly. Prior to obtaining her real estate license five years ago, she worked at the Knoxville News Sentinel in marketing and advertising.
3/7/2019
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