Bliss & Tori Mason Shoes held a ribbon-cutting for its new location, 445 S. Gay St. Owners Scott Schimmel and Lisa Sorensen were joined by friends, patrons and city officials to mark the opening of the store, which offers 8,000 square feet of retail space. Photography by Elena Ganusova.
After thrilling more than 8 million people worldwide, "CORTEO" will embark on a new journey as the same enchanting production but now in arenas, giving more people the opportunity to enjoy a Cirque du Soleil show in their own town. The show will visit Knoxville for a limited run of six performances, from April 19-22, at the Thompson-Boling Arena.
The concept of home can be different for everyone. For some, home is where the family is. It’s the place where weekends were—or still are—filled with baby snuggles, bedtime stories and Saturday morning cartoons. The place where the smell of bacon and pancakes fills the air on Sunday mornings, "do your homework before you go outside" is a daily mantra and unsnoozable slobbery dog…
The first annual Readers’ Choice awards were announced on February 8. With Mike Beckley delighting on piano, attendees enjoyed wine, beer, fruit, cheeses, fresh seafood and hors d’oeuvres, as well as a fireplace-warmed room provided by the Bearden Banquet Hall. Bundtini cakes were provided by Nothing Bundt Cakes. Photography by Elena Ganusova.
If you’re looking for urban living, downtown Knoxville is the place to be. With entertainment venues, restaurants, markets, seasonal attractions, shops and more within walking distance, a new kind of life is waiting for you downtown.
Last summer, a Knoxville interior designer had a moment of brilliant inspiration. It had nothing to do with colors or furniture. Instead, Elizabeth Grant realized that she and friend Hope Davis had something in common: both had parents who had been touched by Alzheimer’s.
A curving driveway suddenly opens to an expansive view, with a modern home situated amidst the mature trees. With the foliage surrounding the home on a large lot, it seems both part of nature and a separate marvel.
Master craftsman Charlie Saah started C & S Refinishing and Upholstery after learning the craft from his father. Now, his sons Christopher, Alexander and Andrew work with him in the family business. They stay true to family: six of their 15 employees are family members. From fixing a broken component to completely changing a furniture piece’s design to custom cabinetry, the…