A group of friends en route to a University of Tennessee football game set a standard of entertainment for years to come.
Tending to a loved one with a fading memory can be difficult. Here, Cityview looks at the resources available to caretakers.
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals bring their harmonious mélange of folk, blues, and reggae music to the Tennessee Theatre this April.
Judi Gaston designs and weaves clothes—by repurposing and recycling materials—for a loyal clientele and for exhibition.
Six-time All-Star Joe Nathan reflects on his road to recovery—and his future in baseball.
Taste and sophistication are on the menu at The Restaurant at Buckberry Creek.
When traversing the reaches of Knoxville, there’s one road that's bound to be navigated: the venerated by some, despised by others, and ever-variegated Kingston Pike. Here, Cityview provides a culinary road map of one of the city’s most traveled paths.
SPOTLIGHT: LOCAL VETERAN
Charles “Chuck” Benziger has traveled near and far in his 95 years, but his journey began when he joined the Army Air Corps.
Discover the pros and cons on a carnivorous lifestyle. Plus: where to find the freshest meat in town.
After a cold winter, Sevier County is finally defrosting—and here’s what the area has in store.
Mark Spurlock talks to ProNova Solutions’ Joseph Matteo, whose technology uses proton radiation to destroy cancer cells.
How will issues surrounding the University of Tennessee’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion affect legislative campaigns? George Korda considers the outcome.
Doctor doubts? Insurance insouciance? The Knoxonomist guides us through the medical system’s maladies.