Eric W. Barton Makes $3.14 Million Gift to UT School of Music The University of Tennessee School of Music has received a $3.14 million gift from Maryville entrepreneur Eric W. Barton, a former U.S. Marine who formed several businesses after serving in the armed forces in the Middle East. The genesis of the gift was … Continued
Alzheimer's Tennessee staff and supporters kicked off its inaugural Home & Garden Tour on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at the newly renovated home of Scott and Hope Davis. The “Southern Nights” Grand Opening Party was themed after the late Glen Campbell’s song and unveiled the transformation of the home on this 14-acre estate.
Now in its 35th year serving families and individuals living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias, Alzheimer’s Tennessee is in the midst of one of its largest fundraisers—literally. As in, 14 acres large.
In July, U.S. Cellular visited the Regal Entertainment Teen Center at the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley to help increase understanding of and interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers. U.S. Cellular engineers conducted an “Ask an Engineer” session to engage with youth and show real-world applications of STEM specifically … Continued
Revitalist, the area's first and only clinic specializing in personalized low-dose ketamine infusion therapy for those suffering from chronic pain and mental illness, provided in a compassionate spa-like environment, held its ribbon cutting ceremony with the Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce in June. Photography by Elena Ganusova
Gerdau Rewards Lonsdale Elementary Students with New Bikes, Helmets Steel recycler Gerdau presented new bicycles and safety helmets to 12 Lonsdale Elementary School students in recognition of best attendance during the 2017-18 school year. This is the seventh year that the mill has rewarded the school’s students with the best attendance records. The company presented bikes and … Continued
The Knoxville Symphony League Designer ShowHouse was held April 5-29 at The Tennessean Personal Luxury Hotel & Residences. Three of the luxury residences were exquisitely decorated by some of the area’s most prestigious designers. Sponsored by Johnson & Galyon Construction, it included more than 7,000 square feet of decorated spaces. Photography by Elena Ganusova
Although Harper Auto Square’s Cars & Coffee Spring 2018 had to endure rain for the first time in the event’s history, it didn’t dampen the spirit of car enthusiasts who gathered from around the Southeast. The next event is scheduled for Sunday, July 15. Photography by Eric Branch Photography