Last night at the Lincoln Day Dinner, lengendary WWE wrestler “Kane” attended the event to hear Ron Paul speak. He was very friendly and posed for pictures with fans.
The Silver Leaf community of East Knoxville welcomes seven new homes built by Habitat for Humanity. I stopped by Thursday evening to photograph the volunteers in action.
On Thursday night at Latitude 35 award winning radio host Hubert Smith held a fundraiser dinner. The event featured amazing music, great food, fabulous door prizes, and an auction. The event was sold out and is quickly being noted as one of the top social event parties of the year in Knoxville. Redeeming Hope […]
Nearly 40 Knoxville restaurants with 80 locations throughout Knox County will participate in the 10th annual Knox County Schools “Dine Out For Education” event on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. All participants have to do is eat at participating restaurants on April 16, and 10 percent of their pre-tax total will be donated to the Knox […]
The annual University of Tennessee spring football game, the DISH Orange and White Game, will be played at Neyland Stadium on Sat., April 20 and will feature free admission for all fans as part of the Fan Appreciation Day initiative from UT Athletics. Kickoff is slated for 2:05 p.m. In addition to free admission to […]
DR. JERRY PUNCH TO HEADLINE TENNESSEE BASEBALL LUNCHEON KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – CBS and ESPN analyst Dr. Jerry Punch will be the guest speaker at the second Tennessee Baseball Luncheon of the year, set to be held Thursday, April 18 at noon in the MVP Club Room at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. Tickets for the […]
PUBLIC NOTICE: Reggie Mosley, Principal of Sarah Moore Greene Magnet Elementary School, is hosting a Parent and Community Meeting on Thursday, April 11 at 6 p.m. to discuss the collective goals and aspirations for the school. The school is located at 3001 Brooks Road. Please note that two or more Board of Education members may […]
The Knoxville Police Department will conduct a free child car seat checkpoint this Saturday (April 13, 2013) from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at 917 E. Fifth Avenue. According to the National Highway Traffic & Safety Administration (NHTSA), 80% of all child restraints are used incorrectly. During the KPD checkpoint, child car seats will be […]
Faith Bonds, a fifth grade student at Carter Elementary School, created artwork that was chosen by Crayola for permanent exhibit at the U.S. Department of Education national headquarters in Washington, D.C., and its regional offices across the country. It was one of 36 pieces selected for a collection of children’s original art and their statements […]
The Fountain City Business and Professional Association meeting is Wednesday, April 10 at Central Baptist Church. Meetings are held at 11:45 a.m. in the second Wednesday of each month. Speakers: Tim Richardson – Author and Certified Speaking Professional Topic: Engage, Empower, Enrich: Making Work Work for Everyone Having trouble motivating Millenials? Does OLD school thinking kill creativity? Can’t seem […]