|Accordion Player at French Market, Knoxville, October 2010|
Friday night downtown has found me more often than not at the French Market lately. Slowly but surely each night is finding its spot. Sunday is Coffee and Chocolate for a treat to start the work week. Monday is La Costa a little after-work relaxation. Tuesday through Thursday is Tomato Head and Trio. Saturday night is S and W and Donald Brown. But Friday is quickly becoming a stroll through Paris.
This particular Friday night was special. Yes, it was First Friday, but it also happened to be the second anniversary of the opening of the French Market, Knoxville’s very own Parisian sidewalk cafe. While the 100 Block rocked out and Market Square immersed itself in the blues, the French Market reveled in . . . the accordion! What could be more French? Very traditional! We ate our crepes, listened to the accordion and took a small trip to Paris.
|Solar Booths in Krutch Park, Flow Mojo stands guard, Knoxville, October 2010|
|Brooklyn meets the Left Banke, Break dancing and Polka on Gay Street, Knoxville, October 2010|