Enjoy a foodie adventure at THE TENNESSEAN Hotel

THE TENNESSEAN Personal Luxury Hotel invites area residents to enjoy a tasty staycation that encourages a tour of the city’s burgeoning food culture. For a limited time, guests at the downtown hotel who book the Taste of Knoxville package will receive one $50 gift card for each night of the stay. The gift cards are valid at some of the … Read More

The Swag earns national recognition by Travel & Leisure

The Swag, a luxury retreat nestled in the Smoky Mountains outside of Asheville, North Carolina, has been named to the Top 15 U.S. Resort Hotels list by Travel & Leisure. The Swag also landed in the top three on the list of Top 10 Resort Hotels in the South. Every year, the rankings are determined by Travel & Leisure readers … Read More

Big Ears Festival named among ‘25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World’ by MovieMaker Magazine

Big Ears Festival has been named to MovieMaker Magazine’s 2018 list of the “25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World.” MovieMaker slotted the music, art and film event held annually in Knoxville, Tennessee, alongside renowned festivals in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Rotterdam and Zurich. The list was compiled by the magazine’s editors, in collaboration with a panel … Read More

Tennessee Theatre surprises its 2 millionth guest

After undergoing a nearly $30 million renovation and officially reopening Jan. 14, 2005, Knoxville’s beloved Tennessee Theatre has welcomed 2 million guests. On July 10, the first night of the six-day run of the Broadway hit “The Book of Mormon,” the 2 millionth guest entered the doors. Sam Brouse and Emily Majzer of Asheville, North Carolina, were attending the show … Read More

Knoxville Area Urban League seeks public input at ‘Recode Knoxville’ meetings

The public is invited to provide input for “Recode Knoxville,” a zoning project that that will impact the changes allowed on urban property in the City of Knoxville over the next 50 years. Community residents, property owners and neighborhood organizations are encouraged to join the Knoxville Area Urban League at the zoning enhancement meetings to learn more about “Recode Knoxville” … Read More

Pilot Flying J celebrates National Hot Dog Day

Pilot Flying J is treating all guests to a free hot dog in celebration of National Hot Dog Day on Wednesday, July 18. Guests who download or open the myPilot app July 18 will find a coupon to redeem for a free hot dog or roller grill item at Pilot Convenience Stores throughout East Tennessee, as well as Pilot and … Read More

Autocorrect mistakes are annoying but can be avoided

We’ve all had the experience where we’re writing out an important text to our friends, mom or coworker and suddenly you look back at what was sent and realize one of the words was autocorrected to something completely different, often changing the whole meaning. Videos and photos of some of the funniest and most common autocorrect mistakes fill the internet. … Read More

U.S. Cellular offers tips for tackling data drain

Smartphone users don’t have to be music mavens, social media savants or gaming gurus to realize apps can drain data. One hour of social media browsing consumes up to 90MB1 and high-quality YouTube streaming for that same time frame eats away at two entire gigabytes2. To help combat this consumption and enable connected consumers to get the most out of … Read More

Children’s Faith Pediatrics joins Summit Medical Group

Children’s Faith Pediatrics in Knoxville has joined Summit Medical Group, East Tennessee’s largest primary care organization, as Summit expands its pediatric care services in addition to adult and family medicine across the region. “Children’s Faith Pediatrics has an outstanding reputation of providing expert, individualized pediatric care,” Summit Medical Group CEO Ed Curtis said. “We are pleased to have them join … Read More