A conversation between General Oliver Otis Howard and President Abraham Lincoln set the foundation for what would become Lincoln Memorial University.
Rising costs and changing preferences are shifting America’s view of funeral planning. Here, Cityview details how to plan a meaningful remembrance of a loved one's life.
Jazz violinist Regina Carter brings her soulful strains—and a bit of her family history—to The Square Room this January.
Inspired by the music and mythology of Appalachia, Ty Crisp sculpts elements from farms, attics, and sheds into stunning works of art.
The University of Tennessee Men’s Basketball team kicked off its official season with a victory against the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
With an emphasis on fresh ingredients and high-quality preparation and presentation, Seasons offers casual sophistication in Turkey Creek.
Take a break from those New Year’s resolutions and dig into some comfort food. Do you salivate over pancakes smothered in sweet syrup? Dream of perfectly crispy fried chicken? These eateries around town serve hearty meals that taste like momma used to make.
SPOTLIGHT: LOCAL VETERAN
Maryville veteran Tim Eichhorn led fellow U.S. Marines into the Gulf War—and later returned as a leader in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Fight that winter chill with some hot cocoa or coffee—filled with powerful antioxidants! Plus: Local coffee shops you can’t miss. Drink up!
With eight properties in the Smokies, Ripley’s offers a variety of family friendly activities—including mini golf, an aquarium, a moving theater, and more.
Tanya Kanczuzewski talks to River Sports Outfitters owner Ed McAlister about his business’ history, the sporting goods industry’s future, and East Tennessee’s bustling outdoors community.
Less than 5 percent of eligible voters cast ballots in the September 2015 elections—what to blame for this apathy? George Korda considers the possibilities.
A reader writes in with auction anxiety—and the Knoxonomist walks down memory lane.