Same Place, Different City
The photographs in this issue were taken in a different city. It was called Knoxville, and it had roughly the same coordinates of latitude and longitude as ours does, but it was not the same place. Without a few frames of reference, it would be easy to believe that the other Knoxville never existed. But with the help of latter-day Knoxville photographer David Luttrell, and photographs borrowed from the Library of Congress we thought we’d have a look at the two Knoxvilles to see what remains of that other one, and what doesn’t.
NEWS & VIEWS
Citybeat: Close Calls
Election night! A historic evening when political fortunes are made and lost in a roller-coaster rush of electorate expression. That, and there are a lot of parties. We dispatched our three-name reporters, Jesse Fox Mayshark and Cari Wade Gervin, to check out the scene and jot down their observations.
Ear to the Ground
The director of the state’s Fiscal Review Committee resigns in a kerfuffle, Gov. Haslam conducts a ceremony, the South's jobless numbers are rising, and a temporarily happy time for local TV ad budgets.
Jack Neely condemns our historic lack of respect for historic buildings and monuments.
Frank Cagle muses over the state of the media.
Shot of Urban
Michael Haynes offers advice to anyone considering a move to downtown.
Olive in Wonderville by Olive J. Keith
A Living World by Eleanor Scott
GAMUT: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Music: On Tour
KSO opener review
Alice Feiring’s Naked Wine
Knox On Wheels by Jason R. Sakurai
Shades of the Past Hot Rod Roundup