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Editor's Letter

Do you have a favorite month?

Mine’s October. I can find something good to say about almost every month. Sometimes the only good thing I can find to say about February is that it’s at least the shortest month, but that counts for something. But I love, love, love October.

10/6/2021

Portrait of Judge Reeves Unveiled

The official portrait of Judge Pamela L. Reeves, who passed away last year from cancer, was unveiled at a dedication of a memorial garden in her honor. Appointed by President Obama to serve as a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee in 2013...
10/6/2021

Knoxville Cycleboats Announces Launch

Launched September 2021, Knoxville Cycleboats offers a one-of-a-kind way for groups to enjoy Knoxville’s scenic riverfront during private cruises. Founded by Chicago entrepreneur Ron Silvia, Knoxville Cycleboats is the first out-of-state offshoot of parent company Chicago Electric Boat Company. 
10/6/2021

Knoxville Area Urban League Holds Matchmaking Event

More than 100 people attended the Knoxville Area Urban League’s networking session for disadvantaged, minority-, women- and veteran-owned businesses to explore construction opportunities connected to the proposed multi-use stadium development near downtown. 
10/6/2021

VIProfile: Kelly and John Elliott

Kelly and John Elliott, 2021 co-chairs of the American Cancer Society’s Hope Gala, have established strong ties to their adopted city...
10/6/2021

Lake Living: Becky and Billy Bale enjoy family time at their lake house

When Becky and Billy Bale attended an estate sale at a home on Norris Lake in 2017, they thought they might buy some furniture, maybe some art. “They had beautiful antique furniture and paintings,” Becky recalled. “I had my eyes on these blue vases.”
10/6/2021

Knox Rox Concert

10/6/2021

Fall Class of 2021 Luncheon

10/6/2021

Blues, Brews and BBQ

As summer waned, attendees at Blues, Brews and BBQ, a James White’s Fort member event, were reminded that it was not yet fall. Both the canopies of the trees in the courtyard and the cold refreshments were a welcome respite from the hot sun.
10/6/2021

Latest Issue 10 21

10/5/2021

Latest Issue 9 21

9/9/2021

Akima Celebrates 75th Anniversary

Akima Club of Knoxville is celebrating its 75th anniversary year. Founded in 1947 as a women’s service club, Akima is made up of approximately 125-150 women who are dedicated to enriching the Knoxville community through thousands of volunteer hours and tens of thousands of dollars in financial support to area nonprofit agencies...
8/10/2021

Beauty MRKT Relocates to Western Plaza

The Beauty MRKT, Knoxville’s only luxury clean beauty and skincare retailer, has relocated to the Western Plaza shopping center and doubled its size. After opening two years ago, the owner and founder of The Beauty MRKT, Kelli DeRieux felt it was time to expand her current product offerings...
8/10/2021

Sugarland Caps Largest Pot Still in US

Sugarlands Distilling Company hosted a Pot Still Capping Ceremony, offering a sneak-peek of the company’s newest distillery, barrelhouse and production center in Kodak. Following a barbecue luncheon, attendees gathered to see the copper “helmet”of the largest pot still in the U.S. permanently bolted into place.
8/10/2021

VIProfile: Terry Morgan

Terry Morgan did not start out to be a philanthropist. The Oklahoma native headed to the University of Central Oklahoma to pursue an accounting degree, but she realized, while working for one of her professors, that her chosen career path did not suit her...
8/10/2021
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