Downtown Knoxville Ten Day Planner (2/10 – 2/19/2019)

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 […]

An Update on the Mews II Development

Mews II, a development by Jeffrey Nash and the Courtland Group, gives the appearance of rapidly rising toward completion. It’s instructive to note the the land was first purchased by Nash in June 2015, nearly four years ago. Plans were drawn and then changed when Marie’s Tavern was offered for sale and that spot was […]

Clarence Brown Theatre Presents King Charles III

Clarence Brown Theatre’s current production, which opened last night, explores a circumstance which many who follow the British monarchy have long imagined: How might a reign by Prince Charles take shape. When Queen Elizabeth dies and Charles, presumably assumes the throne, how will he be viewed? Will he remain a ceremonial figure like recent Queens […]

Status Dough Doughnuts and Coffee Shop Opens on Gay Street

When I wrote the original article, Jimmy Wooten said he hoped to open the downtown store at 418 South Gay Street in January. They missed it by a day. Jimmy told me that after a hectic week doing last minute finishes, they decided to throw the doors open on First Friday and make it a […]

Hi-Wire Brewing Coming to South Knoxville

Eight months ago news broke that a building on the 900 block of Sevier Avenue would be developed with a number of businesses joining to fill the large space. Presented as a possible smaller scale version of Pike Place Market, no timeline was given with the announcement as plans were in a very early phase. […]