Congratulations Happy Holler

As the Knoxville News Sentinel reported yesterday, Happy Holler has been named to the historic registry. Apparently, the Metropolitan Planning Commission nominated the district and the designation is awarded to cultural resources or areas which merit preservation for historical reasons. Happy Holler does have a rich history, some of it quite scruffy. Known as a […]

A Look at a (Relatively) new Downtown Business

One of my planned destinations in my recent wandering about the area was Holly’s Corner. Owner Holly Hambright opened the restaurant about six months ago and, good intentions aside, I just hadn’t been able to make it there. I also wasn’t sure what I was in for. Was it a bakery? I knew her sister, […]

Community Design Center Fundraiser 2013

It’s with some relief that I turn the camera away from destruction and potential destruction for a bit with a view to the Community Design Center and their efforts to make our city a better place. Located at the intersection of Union and Gay, just across from Tailor Lofts, the center has been offering professional […]