First Friday, September 2013, Pictures and Stories

Somehow the week just slipped by without an opening to slip in the First Friday photographs. It was an incredibly packed First Friday that found me falling far short of my goals to make the complete rounds. It’s gotten impossible. Last spring I resolved to pick one or two things and stick to it. That […]

Christmas Market and Parade Highlight the Weekend

As always, there’s more fun to be had than time in the city this weekend. I’m going to forego my First Friday detailed run-down and highlight just a few special things that have come to my attention or that I think will be very special. I’m sorry I don’t have the time to highlight everything […]

What to Do in Downtown Knoxville, August First Friday and more

As always, there is far more to do this weekend and especially First Friday than any mere mortal could possible conquer. For an extensive listing of artist exhibitions at various venues, always tune in to Knoxville First Friday which has the most complete listing of gallery showings as well as  a good many in other locations. […]

Jewelry Store Coming to Gay Street in Downtown Knoxville . . . and more First Friday Fun Facts

First Friday holds so much promise each time out. I’m likely to hear some great music, feast my eyes on fascinating art, dine on delicious food, visit with friends, make new friends and always the possibility of seeing something completely unexpected lurks around every corner. And sometimes new information might just be learned. This past […]

A Popping Week and then . . . First Friday

Well, I don’t think I’m going to get a paying gig as a fireworks photographer, just yet. When I set out two years ago to chronicle life in the city, who knew so much of it moved and featured difficult lighting to photograph? No doubt I would have struggled on my own, but each of […]