Is Knoxville’s Coffee Community about to “Bloom?”

What do Providence, Rhode Island, Portland, Oregon, Seattle, Washington, Los Angeles California and Knoxville have in common? It could be a major coffee event. It’s been a while since I talked about coffee in Knoxville, other than the occasional aside. Truth is, I really enjoy a good, quality cup of coffee. I’m certainly no coffee […]

Moments and Movements Around Town Which Made Me Stop, Take Note and Think

Today I’ve got a bit of random ramblings. I see a lot of things as I walk around town. Some of them don’t fit neatly into an article, but I find them interesting, none-the-less. I probably am spotted on the street staring into the near-distance more often than I’d like to admit. I try to […]

First Friday on the Other Side of the Tracks

I’ve been attending First Friday events in downtown Knoxville for maybe six or seven years and I’ve always enjoyed them. Whether I wander through the art galleries on the 100 block or through Krutch Park or Market Square simply to people watch, it’s always interesting. Often I skip around to various events, though sometimes I […]