During a summer camp excursion to Daysville, Tennessee, a young Robert Pryor, Sr., witnessed racism firsthand
When purchasing insurance, the elderly should consider the possibility of needing longterm care. Here, Cityview details the benefits and caveats of longterm-care insurance.
One-man band Shakey Graves brings his Americana rhythms—and his handmade suitcase kick drum—to the Bijou Theatre this November.
With a commitment to the Southeast’s contemporary art scene, Zach Searcy mixes sterile digital art with homegrown grit.
After weeks of heartbreak and loss in defining SEC football games, the Vols emerged victorious in the battle against the Georgia Bulldogs.
Serving hearty Bavarian specialties at solid prices, Restaurant Linderhof offers an Oktoberfest of German cuisine year round.
From seasoned Latin American cuisine to savory German dishes, Knoxville is teeming with many international restaurants that feature delectable fare that you don't need airfare to enjoy.
SPOTLIGHT: LOCAL VETERAN
Veteran Charlie Harr never planned on flying—but a chance encounter with a U.S. Air Force recruiter led him across the country and abroad.
Cityview’s Top Chefs offer their favorite memories—and recipes—for the holidays.
Big isn’t always best: These small and quirky museums in the Smokies offer indoor fun as the weather turns colder.
Bert Bertelkamp of the Vol Radio Network talks to UT Men’s Basketball Head Coach Rick Barnes about past successes, the myth of rebuilding, and the team’s future.
UT’s switch to Nike apparel generated several changes—and, depending on how the football season progresses, may engender some negative developments. George Korda considers the possibilities.
People want to vote for someone who shares similar beliefs and values—but how does a candidate’s likability affect his or her political success? George Korda weighs in.