Dear Pink Lady
For our special Valentine’s Day edition, we asked our readers to send us their most perplexing relationship questions for the consideration of our Soluble Solutions advice columnist, Pink Lady. She has picked out the most urgent quandaries for her special problem-solving talents (and mixed-drink suggestions). We share them with you now in hopes of spurring some happier Valentine’s Day observations.
What Knoxville Needs: Extended Family Playground
Quotes of the Week: Dangerous Monkeys
Knox Found Online: Nude Looms Crackdown
Street Talk: Stephen M. Dupree, one of 24 bachelors being auctioned to benefit the Friends of Literacy
NEWS & VIEWS
There are a lot of pages in the Knoxville Tourism and Sports Corporation documents released late last Wednesday night. There are contracts and board meeting minutes and financials and stacks and stacks of spreadsheets. But when you look at the documents where KTSC claims credit (and economic impact) for particular events, not all the ones listed were actually booked by KTSC—and the actual event organizers claim KTSC had no involvement whatsoever, as Cari Wade Gervin reports.
Jack Neely kind of likes the Carousel Theatre, and wonders why UT doesn’t.
Frank Cagle looks at the harbingers of the Good Ol’ Boy network’s downfall.
Rikki Hall picks out some monkey wrenches to throw into Republican primaries.
Stephanie Piper asks: Is Geography Destiny?
A Living World
Eleanor Scott visits some urban brown fields.
GAMUT: ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Music: On Tour
2 Many Pixels Gallery retrospective
WNo Cheating, No Dying and First You Try Everything
The Woman in Black
DVDs: Spoiler Alert
Higher Ground and The Woman!