Shades of the Season

 Article Jennie Treadway-Miller | Photography WKL Staff  When the season shifts and temperatures change, it’s time to reevaluate your wardrobe. Out go the shapes and colors of months gone by, ready to move forward into something new. While there’s no need for a complete overhaul, the addition of a few statement pieces and accessories can be enough to embrace the…

Insta-Inspire: Sarah McAffry

 Article Jennie Treadway-Miller | Photography Provided  Sarah McAffry has zero professional training with a camera, a fact she readily admits when remembering the shift she made from high school English teacher to full-time photographer. With a desire to take good photos, she taught herself the basics and honed her eye for the trade. When it came time to pull the…

Season of Style

We’ve all had that moment when our closet is full but we can’t find a thing to wear. Whether it’s too big, too small, or just plain last season, it can be difficult to find the perfect thing to put on. It’s no wonder, too. Our style is the first thing the rest of the … Continued

September 2018 Around Town

Johnson Architecture adds Corbett as intern architect Johnson Architecture recently hired UT graduate Jeremiah Corbett as an intern architect. Corbett graduated in May with a Bachelor of Architecture from the UT College of Architecture and Design. In 2017 he studied abroad at Krakow University of Technology in Krakow, Poland, where he focused on environmentally and … Continued

One Pair, Three Ways

 Article Jennie Treadway-Miller | Photography WKL Staff  When Luke Lanzoni got the idea to create a men’s casual clothing shop in Knoxville, he knew the possibility of its success was good. The business model was an easy one: prioritize quality and integrity, and understand your customer. When Felding Co. opened last year, it happened because he was determined to bring…

Made to Fit

 Article Jennie Treadway-Miller | Photography Pedro Mendoza  When Angelo Falco walks into a room, everyone pauses. They look and consider the possibility that he’s changed the atmosphere. People stand up a little straighter, not wanting to slump or appear disheveled. There is an immediate effort to make a good impression. His presence elevates the standard, not in a pretentious way, of…

U.S. Cellular Keeps Kids Sharp with “Ask an Engineer” Event

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

Simple Seafood on Game Day

 Article Jennie Treadway-Miller | Photography Chad Hernandez  Head chef Frank Aloise has a library of family recipes he brings to the table at Cappuccino’s, but while his Sicilian influence is strong, he knows Knoxville’s need for all things orange and white come fall. Keep it simple on game day with his easy Orange and White Scallops.  Ingredients 4-5 large scallops…