Well the second round of the election season for Country Music Association is in full swing. As a CMA sterling member, I get a lot of campaign emails and swag. I decided to show some of the behind the scenes of what goes into an award show process.
Well the good people at PBA have just informed me that the external lights on the Sunsphere are no longer operating 24 hours a day. The lighting now operates on a photocell so when the sun comes out the lights go off.
Knox County government launched a new website design this week. However, a quick check of the County Commission message board reveals literally ONE commissioner has only one post since January and the last post before that was September 3rd 2012. Dr. Briggs posted on the message board in January and that is the last time a […]
http://www.utsports.com/sports/w-soccer/spec-rel/081713aab.html No ticket fee and no parking fee. In an effort to pack the house UT Lady Vols Soccer is going to be free all season! Check out the link for more information.
All serious last night gave me chills as the first amendment was in full force! Multiple performance artists gave amazing arguements over why the mask law needs to be changed. I was floored when one lady got up and noted that doctors with surgical masks and firefighters with oxygen masks technically break the law. Mr. […]
Tonight was probably the most amazing public forum in the history of the City of Knoxville. At issue was the recent fine a street performer recieved from the Knoxville Police Department. Watch the video here of the City Council . Ok fast forward to the 70 minute mark. No joke you cannot make this stuff up! Spiderman […]
The new Dodge Charger is amazing! I was able to be a passenger in the car and the ride is amazing! Quiet, smooth, and powerful.
https://www.facebook.com/DraftTimBurchettForUsSenate The grassroots effort continues to grow!
Good Monday morning! I’m back in the saddle after two weeks of “Back to School” schedule shuffling! It’s been an eventful summer, so I thought would fill you in on “there and everywhere” this morning. While its been an exceptionally “newsworthy” summer here in Knox County, I typically cover community news and events. I so […]
By Steve Hunley The Knoxville News-Sentinel has published yet again another of its predictable editorials, clamoring for the public to support our schools. The Sentinel was right about one thing, probably by accident. Expectations from the public from Superintendent McIntyre and the school system should be high. Knox County is currently over $1 billion in […]