Metro Pulse staff members instantaneously commit their innermost thoughts to the Internet for your information and/or amusement.Posted March 7, 2014
It's not news that the Daily Show came to Knoxville in January when the Remote Access Medical team set up at Chilhowee, but now the segment has finally aired. For once, the target of the show's barbs isn't our... Read more...
Good morning! It's the weekend! Congrats on making it here! Now take a look at what's going on.FRIDAYAt noon, head over to the Thompson-Boling Arena Cafe for UT's Science Forum. This afternoon, the topic of discussion will be epidemics of... Read more...Posted March 6, 2014
Whether you're a fan of Dali's melting clocks or you just like weird movies, the University of Tennessee's upcoming surrealist symposium has several events to look forward to. Ok, the melting clocks won't be on display, but another Dali painting... Read more...Posted March 6, 2014
Two organizations are planning to submit applications this spring to Knox County Schools in the hopes of getting approval to open the district's first charter school. However, it's probably fair to say the Emerald Youth Foundation's proposed Emerald Academy... Read more...Posted March 6, 2014
Matt Honkonen, formerly the drummer for Knoxville rock bands Tenderhooks and the Tim Lee 3 and now a solo singer/songwriter, has just released a couple of new songs on behalf of an effort to recruit Stone Brewing Company to Blount... Read more...Posted March 6, 2014
Good morning! We're inching closer to the weekend. Congrats to us! Here's what's going on today.At noon in the visitor center, Audrey Auld will perform for WDVX's Blue Plate Special. As always, it's free to attend.This evening at 6:30, get... Read more...Posted March 5, 2014
Good morning and happy hump day! Here's what's going on around town today.At noon, the KJO Jazz Lunch in the Square Room will feature a tribute to Mulgrew Miller, and the KJO will be joined by Keith Brown. Tickets are... Read more...Posted March 4, 2014
Finally. Finally finally finally. The City of Knoxville has announced it will be releasing the details of the pilot program for food trucks next week. This has been after what, a year now? Here's the scoop, from a press... Read more...Posted March 4, 2014
Downtown development, and the design of such, is a hot topic these days, what with Marble Alley and the old Supreme Court site and the old Baptist Hospital project and maybe a new hotel in the Farragut, plus whatever's coming... Read more...Posted March 4, 2014
We told you about the Biscuitfest art contest the other week, but now we've got the full rundown on everything happening with our favorite food festival, and it's exciting, y'all!According to a press release from Biscuit Boss John Craig (and,... Read more...