Knox Brew Hub Opens at 421 Union Avenue

Zack Roskop officially opened Knox Brew Hub this past weekend and will host a ribbon cutting today. It was only two months ago that I wrote about the plans for the bar with Zack ambitiously targeting the first week in October for opening. It took an extra week or so to get the details right, […]

Downtown Knoxville Ten Day Planner (10/18 – 10/27/2020)

As events are opening up, we’re listing a combination of virtual and live events. The rules are the same – if you want your event included, please make a Facebook event, invite me (Alan Sims – you’ll have to friend me) and it will be included. I need enough lead time that the list can […]

COVID-19: 10/16/2020 Update (State and Local, Including Today’s UTK Briefing)

Congratulations! We made it through another another week of a pandemic/bitter election year! Early voting started and numbers appear to be high. Please vote and vote safely. We’ll do that as an extended family this weekend and for Friday Night Movie Night, we’ll have a Harry Potter kind of night in celebration of Urban Girl’s […]

COVID-19: 10/15/2020 Update (Including Today’s Health Department Briefing)

Good Thursday. It’s a beautiful day outside, like the days we dream about when the weather is bad. Soon we’ll have cold and we’ll miss these days. Get outside and enjoy the emerging beauty of the natural world. The cycles of nature continue when all else in our human world betray us. Let’s not miss […]

Knox County Board of Health Meeting, October 14, 2020: Mandates Extended

Dr. Souza acted as chair in the absence of Dr. Gotcher. Mr. Sanders joined the group from the Knox County Law office. All other members were present. The meeting began with a public forum. Members of the public, allotted three minutes each said the following (edited for the gist: Kevin Hill – All of our […]