2011 Business Review, Part 3: Welcome to the City!

A History of Reading: The first book ever sold at Union Avenue Books For those of you who read Monday’s post about closed businesses and contemplated moving out of the city, I hope Tuesday’s post about all the downtown businesses that have increased their stake in downtown by renovating, moving and expanding their businesses cheered […]

October Business Update, Part 1

Guitarist, Lululemon, First Friday October, Knoxville I’d intended to do only one business update, but I realized I have a bit more information than I realized. In this post I’ll share some of the pictures I made on First Friday of some businesses that are new or simply under-publicized. Lululemon, 100 Block, Knoxville  Lululemon, 100 […]

More Jackson Avenue Business Business

Jackson Avenue Market, Knoxville, May 2011 There have been at least two significant openings on Jackson Avenue in the last few weeks. Continuing east from yesterday’s blog, down the brick-surfaced street beside the Emporium and Fire Street Lofts to the JFG Building. On the bottom floor of that building is the newly opened Jackson Avenue […]

Friday Business Edition – And More!

The business developments in this city continue at an adequately rapid pace to fill a blog about that topic alone. I’m not planning to do that, but I do have quite a bit to pass on today. I’ll probably follow up with more sometime next week. Outside Hotel St. Oliver after the storm blew down the wall. […]