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Why are dogwoods so special in Knoxville?

In 1947, the respected journalist John Gunther described Knoxville as the “ugliest city I ever saw in America, with the possible exception of some mill towns in New England.” Those words, as much as we like to make light of them, struck us to our core. From that moment forward, Knoxvillians have fought to beautify… Keep Reading

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Which Former Vols Are Set for the Upcoming NBA Playoffs?

A handful of former Tennessee basketball players are set for a shot at the 2024 NBA Playoffs. First up is Jaden Springer, a former one-and-done guard from the 2020-2021 Tennessee basketball team. While starting the season with the Philadelphia 76ers, the team that drafted him in the first round in 2021, Springer was traded to… Keep Reading

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Highest-ranked pizza restaurants in Knoxville by diners

Pizza is one of those universal languages that Americans just get. Even if the styles are vastly different based on the region—like a thin wide slice from New York, a thick square cut with crispy edges from Detroit, or deep cheesy pie in a pan from Chicago—many can agree that the combination of chewy dough, tangy sauce,… Keep Reading

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Veterans Park will overlook Volunteer Cemetery

Legacy Parks is moving ahead with a park to remember East Tennessee military veterans on a bluff overlooking the East Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery. The East Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery averages three burial services each day and hosts other events. Legacy Parks feels the park site is ideal for reflection, commemorations and celebrations. Within the… Keep Reading

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