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Editor's Letter

Leaves turn crimson and yellow, and make walking a rustling, crunchy event. Views that were blocked by trees become open again. Change is in the air. Fall is without a doubt my favorite season. Those that know me, know that “spooky season” can never start too early, and that I would live in an oversized cardigan drinking hot tea all year if I could. 
10/5/2022

Habitat For Humanity Volunteers Honored

Two Knoxville Habitat for Humanity volunteers were recently honored at the 2022 Habitat forHumanity Tennessee State Impact Awards in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Abby Ham was recognized with the Community Influencer Award for her volunteerism and service as Honorary Chair of Knoxville Habitat’s Women Build.
10/5/2022

KCDC Earns $40 Million Hud Grant

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) has earned a $40 million federal grant for Transforming Western, a comprehensive plan to transform Western Heights and the surrounding neighborhood that will include affordable housing and improved access to transportation, housing and economic stability.
10/5/2022

Keep Knoxville Beautiful Hosted East Knoxville Community Cleanup

Keep Knoxville Beautiful (KKB) hosted its second annual East Knoxville Community Cleanup in September. The event kicked off at the Ashley Nicole Dream Playground in Caswell Park, located at 620 Winona St, Knoxville, TN 37917. At the East Knoxville Community Cleanup, 147 volunteers removed 2,880 pounds of litter from streets, parks, and waterways
10/5/2022

VIProfile: Kim Bumpas

Collierville native Kim Bumpas, president of Visit Knoxville, can hardly contain her excitement when she talks about Knoxville. “I planned to go to Vanderbilt,” she said, “but my parents brought me to a UT football game my senior year, and it changed my whole vision...
10/5/2022

A Renovation by Stacy Jacobi

Stacy Jacobi is no stranger to renovation, “I’ve lived, remodeled and built from scratch, 13 houses in 13 years, so a serene interior is a must for my busy lifestyle.” Her most recent renovation, located on Talahi Drive in the heart of Sequoyah Hills, was built in 1938...
10/5/2022

Farragut Ladies Annual Cotillion

10/5/2022

Latino Awards

10/5/2022

Annual Membership Party

10/5/2022

Latest Issue 9 22

9/2/2022

Latest Issue 8 22

8/16/2022

This Is Our Home: Tom and Evelyn Shaw Know What They Like and It Has Led Them To Fill Their Home With Just That

If you’ve ever walked around the house with Tom and Evelyn Shaw you’ll know that there is a story for not just every room in the house, but for every item in that room. From each painting to every collectible the Shaws can recall when and where they got it. 
8/3/2022

FirstBank Announced Two New Hires

FirstBank announced two new hires. John Ley joined FirstBank’s Knoxville market as Senior Vice President and Senior Relationship Manager.

Andrew Vollman, a long-time resident of Maryville, is joining FirstBank’s West Knoxville market as Vice President and Relationship Manager. 

8/2/2022

Dogwood Arts – Arts In Public Places

Dogwood Arts installed the new Art In Public Places Sculpture Exhibition. The program has grown tremendously in the past year (expanding from 19 sculptures in the 2021-2022 exhibition to 31) with the addition of three new placement sites––including Emory Place in North Knoxville, the Student Union at the University of Tennessee, and the Maker Exchange at World’s Fair Park.
8/2/2022

Weigel's Stores Donation to Joy of Music School

Weigel’s Stores, Inc. donated twelve brand-new violins to the Joy of Music School. Former piano instructor and current Weigel’s employee, Greg Adkins, recommended the School receive a donation from the convenience store chain. Weigel’s purchased the violins from Wilhite Strings in Knoxville and presented them to the Joy of Music School. 
8/2/2022
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