KSO to feature violinist Paul Huang in Moxley Carmichael Masterworks concerts on Oct. 21-22

Following a successful collaboration in 2017, the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra will once again feature violinist Paul Huang in the upcoming Moxley Carmichael Masterworks Series concert, “Symphonie Fantastique.” The concerts will take place at the Tennessee Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 21-22 led by KSO Music Director Aram Demirjian. Tickets can be purchased through the KSO box office at 865-291-3310 … Read More

$7.5 million federal grant to bring supportive housing for seniors to Austin Homes site

The ongoing redevelopment of the Austin Homes site will include 50 units of supportive housing for seniors made possible by a $7.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to a Knoxville nonprofit, the only 2021 program grantee in Tennessee. Southeastern Housing Foundation II, a subsidiary of the nonprofit Knoxville Leadership Foundation, is the recipient … Read More

Ready, set, register for the 2022 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon

After a strong finish this year, plans for the 2022 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon have hit the ground running. Now is the time to register and train for the March 26-27 race weekend. Signups are open at www.knoxvillemarathon.com, and through Sunday, Oct. 31, participants can take advantage of early registration discounts. Current registration fees are $65 for the full marathon, … Read More

Sweet P’s Uptown Corner to offer week of fun specials for grand opening

Sweet P’s Uptown Corner will host a week of themed specials from Oct. 19-24 to celebrate the grand opening of the new location in Fountain City. “We’re so excited to open the first full-service Sweet P’s concept in North Knoxville,” said Chris Ford, owner of Sweet P’s Barbeque. “We’ve had a great initial response, and it’s time to properly celebrate … Read More

Mobile Devices Offer Unique Advantages For Readers To Enjoy Books

While the majority of readers continue to enjoy picking up a physical book, digital book borrowing reached record highs with readers checking out 1 million or more e-books in 2020 at each of 102 different public library systems. In recognition of October being National Book Month, a time dedicated to highlighting the importance of reading, writing and literature, UScellular is … Read More

Downtown Knoxville features ‘Wicked Cool’ experiences Oct. 15-31

Downtown Knoxville is gearing up for a fun-filled and family-friendly Halloween season with Wicked Cool, a collection of spooky experiences that will bring chills and thrills to the city center. From Oct. 15-31, Market Square, Gay Street, the Old City and surrounding areas will have a “Wicked Cool” atmosphere with 3D installations, scary spiders, haunting ghosts and spooky lighting. “There … Read More

Knoxville Area Urban League receives $10,000 housing grant from Bank of America

The Knoxville Area Urban League has been awarded a grant to support  housing stability programs by Bank of America. The $10,000 grant will support the Knoxville Area Urban League’s housing programs that educate families on the processes of purchasing a home and provides counseling to help clients keep their homes. “Bank of America continues to be a valued partner, supporting … Read More

Moxley Carmichael hires Chris Weathers as senior web developer

  Moxley Carmichael has hired Chris Weathers as a senior web developer as part of the firm’s expanded expertise to design and build custom-made websites and manage hosting and security. Weathers has 15 years of experience as a web developer combined with a versatile marketing and design skill set. He is adept at building, developing, maintaining and improving websites, especially … Read More