Knox Heritage (ca 1888) Home Recieves LEED Certification

Knox Heritage Green House, Fort Sanders, Knoxville, February 2011 This will be the first in a series of posts centered in the Fort Sanders area. The densest populated area in east Tennessee, the neighborhood is known for its student housing and its proximity to the University of Tennessee campus. It is also home to many […]

Dale Mackey Presents Seminar on Social Media: A Blog about Blogging

Dale Mackey discusses Social Media, Redeemer Church, Knoxville, February 2011 It had to happen eventually: I finally got some training in this blogging thing. Actually, the workshop, sponsored by the Knoxville Writer’s Guild and presented by Dale Mackey at the Redeemer Church in Fort Sanders was about more than blogging. It was about the changes in the ways […]

R.B. Morris and Marshall Chapman at the Laurel Theater

Marshall Chapman, R.B. Morris, Laurel Theater, Knoxville, January 21, 2011 Suddenly Knoxville is doing what it often does: offering so many wonderful (or even amazing) concerts that a person can’t make them all. I’ve always thought it was feast or famine in Knoxville. It would seem we would wait months for a concert that I was […]

Early Evening in Fort Sanders

When I started this blog, I fully expected to write about a very large area from Fourth and Gill, to Happy Holler through the Old City, across downtown proper to the river and over to UT and Fort Sanders. “Oh, but I was so much bolder then, I’m humbler than that now.” In the year since […]