Rhythm n Blooms 2019: The Look Back

A wonderful edition of the annual Rhythm n Blooms, presented by Dogwood Arts and Attack Monkey Productions, has come and gone leaving festival goers exhausted and, hopefully, with a satisfying fill of their music craving for a while. By many measures this was the most successful in the run, with the first sell-out in its […]

Old City Performing Arts Center Announced

It’s funny how things eventually converge. I first mentioned the Cor-Tenn Company┬áin an article about businesses we tend to overlook. They eventually moved from their location at 111 State Street and the building has sat empty for several months. I first mentioned River and Rail Theatre Company on the occasion of their debut production in […]

Latest on the Farragut Building

Just less than a year ago the old Farragut Hotel building was part of our local conversation. Developers from California-based Halo Hospitality Group had an option to purchase and said they intended to return the hotel to its former glory and purpose by building out 190 rooms with high-quality amenities. The developers called a large […]

Rhythm and Blooms 2014, Day Two

After some family time in the morning, along with covering some other events which I’ll get to later, I walked to the Old City for the second round of music. I talked to Chyna Brackeen, who put the festival together, about the location and we agreed it worked exceptionally well. She noted the compact area […]

Rhythm and Blooms 2014 Kicked off Friday Night

Was it strange not to have your morning dose of Inside of Knoxville? I realized the normal schedule would have to be altered when I woke up at 12:30 AM this morning with my head on my keyboard – for the second time. I was no where near finished editing photographs, let alone writing the […]