This crafter takes a different angle on Valentine’s Day gifts. Her out-of-the-ordinary gnomes are personalized, which makes for interesting gifts year-round.
The Howl-O-Ween Pooch Parade and Pet Expo was hosted on Oct. 20, 2019 at the University of Tennessee Gardens. All parade proceeds went to the University of Tennessee Gardens and the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Explore the City of Knoxville this weekend by joining in one of the many activities offered this Saturday, April 13. Sports, culture, food and fun are all available.
Anyone looking for a taste of Cajun cuisines or French desserts can find them in Knoxville. Local councils and organizations will host their own Mardi Gras themed events.
A local flower shop owner began her journey as a small business owner shortly before the Great Recession. Today, she brightens Knoxville with her floral arrangements.
There is a multitude of holiday events taking place in Knoxville this month. Almost all of the events are budget friendly, and all of them are family oriented. This time of the year allows locals to spend more time with family and friends, do some holiday shopping and try seasonal treats.
UT President announces his retirement from system
From now until Jan. 8, the Peppermint Trail of Treats is offering holiday treats while encouraging shoppers to shop at local businesses this holiday season.
The Center for Career Development hosted a panel on law enforcement and forensics as part of the Career Conversations for Arts and Sciences series.
Council members gathered in the Main Assembly room at the City Council building to discuss construction, zoning and red light cameras on Tuesday, Sept. 27.