Knoxville Area Musician, Memphis Willcox, Records New Album, Video

  “God has sent me angels,” he said as we sat down for a caffeine fueled two-and-a-half-hour verbal torrent sometimes careening into stream of consciousness as the threads of the story threatened to snap. After we connected over Merle Haggard and Bob Dylan, Memphis Willcox shot through a litany of angels and lengthy lists of […]

“Raft” Has Its World Premier at Broadway Academy of Performing Arts

A new play, “Raft,” written by UTK alums Carolyn Thomas and Harrison Young, is having its full-stage debut at the Broadway Academy of Performing Arts. Directed by Ashley Freitag and presented by the Tennessee Stage Company as a part of their New Play Festival 2020, the comedy features only two characters, Morgan (H. Caitlin Corbitt) […]

Downtown Knoxville Ten Day Planner (2/16 – 2/25/2020)

If you want to be certain your event is included on this calendar, I’ll need your event two weeks in advance. The absolute best way to make sure I include your event is to make a FB event and invite me – two weeks in advance. My FB “events” are the one place I’ll go […]

Current Construction on the South Side of Downtown

There is so much construction going on all around the downtown area that it’s easy to miss the progress and suddenly notice a new building has appeared. I took a walk around downtown and into South Knoxville to check on some of the projects underway and realized a lot had happened since I’d last tuned […]

A Preview of Knoxville Opera’s Production of “Romeo and Juliet”

What better production on a Valentine’s Day weekend than with Knoxville Opera for a work based on the Shakespeare play that features instant love, passionate love, and forbidden love? While the ending might not inspire the most hope for a romantic intertwining, the themes of the holiday are all present and accounted for. Dreams, passions, […]