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  • While there are many ways to cool off during this scorching summer heat, perhaps the best way (and most fun) is with the help of a 1,000 foot slip and slide. That’s right, you read that correctly – a 1,000 foot slip and slide. Aside from proving the realization that dreams really do come true, […]

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    The annual Secret City Festival just outside Knoxville, Tennessee, expects to see headliners like the Marshall Tucker Band and Three Dog Night gracing the stage this year. With such huge headliners will also come huge crowds– thousands, in fact. Mayor Warren Gooch proclaimed that, “the Secret City Festival is an exciting two days for our […]

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    The city of Knoxville is about to have a new claim to fame – they are now home of the Knoxville Honeysuckle Saison. Making its grand debut to the community at the upcoming Knoxville Brewfest, this new brew comes from the hands of nine local craft brewers; including: Woodruff’s Brewing Co., Schultz Brau Brewery, Saw […]

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    Your local Knoxville movers are excited to share that Bonnaroo continues in its tradition of bringing in music fans from all over the nation, for the fourteenth year in a row this June. Originally starting in 2002 and taking place on a sprawling 700 acre farm, thousands upon thousands make the annual pilgrimage to see […]

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    Storms that have been scouring the city of Knoxville have left behind huge amounts of damage in recent days. The most affected was Madisonville, as building official Tony Wilson states that, “it’s very unsafe right now.” Some of the damage included several trees being uprooted – not only were power lines knocked down, but one […]

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    A new business venture geared towards putting a smile on peoples’ faces has just been put into action by Pastor Sean Alsobrooks at KnowLife church. He already owns Remedy Coffee, but now he has set his sights on opening up a donut shop by late summer. According to Alsobrooks, “donuts make people happy.” While there […]

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    One Knoxville Girl Scout just raised the bar regarding Girl Scout cookie sales; she announced that she sold 2,600 boxes. Needless to say, the Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachia Sweet-Sellerbration Gala is honoring Tigerlily Collier and numerous other girl scouts for their accomplishments. In total, about 350 girls are expected to attend the […]

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    Lawrence Tunnell, former acting city judge for Knoxville, has reason to feel extremely relieved – the city just dropped all assault charges that he received this past November. The incident involved the former 94-year-old judge; however, now the victim involved in the incident has disappeared. Despite currently not being able to be located, he had […]

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    This past Wednesday, Superintendent Jim McIntyre presented a proposal for the 2015-16 budget for the fiscal year, leaving many with additional questions. In the proposal, the superintendent suggested increasing the school’s overall budget from $424.9 million to $440.7 million – a 3.7 percent increase. The main focus of the increased education budget? Increasing teachers’ pay […]

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    Knoxville is about to have more reasons to have people packing and moving there: a Fullservice BBQ is set to open in mid-April. With a menu boasting delicious treats; such as: barbeque or brisket sandwiches, pulled pork, sliced brisket, pulled chicken sold by the pound, and ribs served by the bone, locals cannot wait to […]

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