Is your keepsake junk or treasure? People from East Tennessee will have a chance to find out as the Public Broadcasting System’s highest rated series, “Antiques Roadshow,” makes its first trip to Knoxville to uncover valuable items at the Knoxville Convention Center on Saturday, July 13, 2013.
Valentine’s Day is the one day a year when everyone can be a Romeo, carefully planning the details of a romantic evening, but too often some end up becoming passionate procrastinators. You may have started out with the best of intentions but failed to follow through. However, there’s no need to fret when you can use your smartphone or tablet to help you prepare for Valentine’s Day on-the-go.
Gerdau recently donated basketballs, footballs, soccer balls, games, movies and personal hygiene items to its Lonsdale neighbor, Wesley House Community Center.
Scott and Christi Branscom, owners of Grace Construction, have capped off a milestone year by receiving the 2012 Builder of the Year award from the Home Builders Association of Greater Knoxville (HBAGK). The Branscoms received the award the HBAGK annual meeting on Jan. 29 at the Square Room in downtown Knoxville.
EAST TENNESSEE PBS MARKS BLACK HISTORY MONTH WITH TELECAST OF ‘KNOXVILLE OPERA GOES TO CHURCH… A CELEBRATION OF TALENT’
In honor of Black History Month, East Tennessee PBS will air “Knoxville Opera Goes to Church… A Celebration of Talent” on Sunday, Feb. 17, at 3 p.m. East Tennessee PBS can be found on Comcast channels 2 and 1002; Charter channels 2 and 702; Knology channel 2; and Direct TV channel 15.
Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) was recently honored by the East Tennessee Chapter of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) with a 2012 Green Project Award for the reuse of Eastport School.
Gerdau recently made a $1,000 donation to its former Lonsdale neighbor, Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee. The donation equates to 3,000 meals for our neighbors in need.
Before I started working at Moxley Carmichael, I felt that public relations was becoming more important as the online world became increasingly social by the day. Now here we are several years down the road, and it seems PR professionals are generally accepted as the best for social media projects.
On Feb. 2, Rural/Metro will celebrate 65 years since its founding in 1948. Locally, Rural/Metro has been the official emergency ambulance service provider for Knoxville and Knox County since 1985. It has provided fire service to Knox County areas outside the Knoxville city limits since 1977.
Make plans to attend the Cerebral Palsy Center’s “Fulfilling the Vision” dinner and auction Friday, Feb. 15, 6-10 p.m., at the Foundry on the Fair Site.