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Latest Issue 10 20

10/13/2020

Latest Issue 9 20

9/17/2020

Latest Issue 8 20

8/4/2020

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...
7/2/2020

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...
7/2/2020

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...
7/2/2020

RCN Technologies Donates Equipment and Services

Knoxville-based tech company RCN Technologies announced a COVID-19 community aid program by providing over $10,000 in wireless networking equipment and tech support service free to critical community organizations in healthcare, education, and public safety throughout the East Tennessee region.
7/2/2020

Johnson Architect Earns Merit Award

Johnson Architecture has earned recognition for a third time for its reimagining of Marble Hall at Lakeshore Park. The East Tennessee Chapter of the American Institute of Architects presented the company with a merit award on May 1.
7/2/2020

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...
7/2/2020

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...
7/1/2020

Latest Issue 6 20

6/15/2020

Downtown Knoxville Alliance Helps Prospective Residents Explore Options

Developers have started construction on a combined 420 new residential units in Downtown Knoxville, signaling continued housing demand within the central business district, which is a 0.67-square-mile area in the city’s core. The new rental and purchase options will push the district’s housing units to more than 2,000, in addition to units in surrounding downtown neighborhoods.
4/7/2020

The Christman Company Acquires Medco Construction

The Christman Company, a national construction management and real estate development firm based in Lansing, Michigan, and with an office in Knoxville, Tennessee, has acquired MEDCO Construction in Texas. The acquisition allows Christman, which also has an office in Grapevine, Texas, to expand its construction services and sets the stage for growth in Texas and surrounding areas.
4/7/2020

Johnson Architecture Project Chesapeake's West Earns Keep Knoxville Beautiful Award

Chesapeake’s West, designed by Johnson Architecture, has earned a 2020 Keep Knoxville Beautiful Orchids Award for the transformation of a tire center into a modern, nautical dining experience. To accomplish their vision, the owners, Copper Cellar Family of Restaurants, collaborated with longtime partner Johnson Architecture to artfully remake the cinder block building into a 17,600-square-foot restaurant and event space.
4/7/2020

VIProfile: Bob Gilbertson

Bob Gilbertson’s first day in the liquor business was at Beverage Control, the distributing company his father owned.“It was 1966,” he said. “I was just back from the Coast Guard. I unloaded a train car full of Seagram’s Gin. It must have been 100 degrees in that box car.” Bob opened his first package store, a small place downtown on Church Avenue, in 1970.
4/7/2020
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