August Vehicles in the City

Here I go again with my little vehicle obsession. It is strange for someone who would love to not own a car, but I can’t change it, I can only confess it in public. So, here are some of the interesting vehicles I’ve spotted. Dune Buggy in the City – Anybody know the way to […]

UT, Downtown and Food for the Mind

“Budrus” introduced at Hodge’s Library, UT, Knoxville Recently, the Knoxville News Sentinel touted the fact that in the most recent U.S. News and World Report, the University of Tennessee had moved from 47th to 46th on that magazine’s list of the best public universities. You can look at the whole list here, but I thought it […]

2011 Children’s Festival of Reading

Children’s Festival of Reading, World’s Fair Park, Knoxville Drama in Amphitheater, Children’s Festival of Reading, Knoxville Friends of the Library, Children’s Festival of Reading, Knoxville Knoxville has a world-class children’s reading festival sponsored each May in World’s Fair Park by the Knox County Public Library. This year’s festival was as incredible as always, covering the entire park and […]

Business Bits

There is so much happening in the business world downtown, I could probably just report on that every day, but of course while that might thrill some of my readers, it would definitely bore others, so I try to mix it up. I’ve been trying to find a slot to slip in information about businesses on Jackson […]

Let’s Talk Business

Before I get into today’s business business, let me take a small moment to thank those of you who voted for me in the Metropulse Best of Knoxville reader’s poll for best blog. I did not win, but I was given a shout-out for honorable mention and I really appreciate your support. Who knows what next year […]