Ch Ch Ch Changes

Count the Changes, Krutch Park, Knoxville, October 2010 I took a little walk around downtown this afternoon to see what was going on. As always, the answer is plenty. The picture above contains subtle and not-so-subtle notices that change is afoot. One of the first things that I noticed, and it’s contained in that picture, were […]

East Tennessee History Fair

East Tennessee, and by extension, national and international history were the focus, particularly around Krutch Park Saturday morning, August 7. Sponsored by the Tennessee Historical Society, there were numerous events, activities and displays offering something for anyone with a passing interest in history. My favorite part of the day was the tour offered by Knox […]

Knoxville Busking Militarized! Martial Law Declared pending Bill and Jake vs. City of Knoxville Outcome!

As I walked through Market Square on my way to the recycle center, I passed these guys and did a double take. They didn’t look like any buskers I’d seen there before. The group played a polka and sang about the virtues of beer. This seemed a little edgy to me, given that we are […]