Who doesn’t love comics? Or puzzles for that matter? Combine them and you have our annual foray into fun. Here's what we've got:
Roll Play: Knoxville's Adult Board Gamers
Organized Play has become a small mecca for gamers, some of whom come from out of state just to play here. About the only one here who’s not playing today is Morgan Hardy. He first opened the store a couple of years ago on Cumberland Avenue, near Gay, but outgrew the space, and several months ago moved into the Old City, where a hungry gamer can still find a full meal at 3 a.m.
Poker Games With a Knoxville Spin
If places like Omaha and Texas can have poker games named after them, so can we. Here’s a slate of Tennessee-themed variants you can call at your next dealer’s choice night.
A game about spending an evening through Knoxville's Old City:
Also in Features
- The Stacey Chronicles: a Timeline of State Sen. Stacey Campfield's Greatest “Hits” in 10 Long Years of Legislating
- Signs and Portents: Tennessee's Numerous (and Sometimes Bizarre) State Symbols
- Orange Is the New Green: Is Knox County's New Video-Only Visitation Policy for Inmates Really About Safety—or Is it About Money?