Letter: We’re Not At the Cool Table?

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602 S. Gay Street
2nd Floor
Knoxville, TN 37902

If Southeastern cities were high school students, Knoxville would have to be the self-conscious one glaring across the lunchroom and wishing it had the same clothes and haircut and phone and stuff as those kids at the cool table.

What does Knoxville need? Knoxville needs to learn that the first step toward having a style of its own is to not worry so much about whether it has a style of its own.

Jim Wayland


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