Food Trucks Can Hit Streets Downtown Starting Monday--For $400

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Posted April 16, 2014

Finally, finally, finally the City of Knoxville has finalized the details of its pilot program to allow food trucks to park on city streets downtown. The good news is that it will go into effect on Monday -- as...

Volunteer For BiscuitFest

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Posted April 15, 2014

A free t-shirt, poster or cap could be yours for volunteering for at least one shift at this year's International Biscuit Festival May15th-18th. It's that easy, and inhaling warm biscuit aroma for hours on end is just a side benefit....

Did Knoxville Have a "Slave Cemetery," or is it a Mislabeled Google Map?

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Posted January 13, 2014

Dear Doc:Today, while exploring the area via Google Earth, I came across a spot on marked "Slave Cemetery." It was at the end of a dead-end road called Ventis Lane in the Heiskell/Powell area. The reason I found it odd...

Have You Voted? Good. Now Go See Sara Marcus.

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Posted November 8, 2011

Do you miss Bikini Kill? Dream of writing "SLUT" on your belly once more? When you hear the words Huggy Bear, do you think of the band, not Starsky and Hutch? If you answered yes to any of these questions...

Kirk Trevor Returns to KSO as Guest Conductor

By Alan Sherrod
Posted March 16, 2011

Kirk Trevor, the conductor and music director of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra from 1985 to 2003, returns next week as guest conductor in the orchestra's Masterworks Series.

Bonnaroo, Day Three Wrap-up

By Clint Casey
Posted June 15, 2008

Waiting for Kanye: Pulling an all-nighter is easy when it already feels like a dream.

So, you may be wondering...

By Coury Turczyn
Posted April 2, 2008

...how in this day and age of rampant blog usage by media websites can we possibly launch a new Metro Pulse site without any blogs?