Knoxville: Easygoing and Polite

What people are writing about Knoxville on the Web

In Knoxville, a mix of new and old

“Knoxville is a laid-back city that sits at the crossroads of the hospitality of the south and the folk heritage of the Smoky Mountains to southeast. Here, the police stop to warn you the headlights of your parked car are still on.”

—Emily Becker, Columbia Missourian, a community news organization staffed by Missouri School of Journalism students, columbiamissourian.com, Aug. 16, 2012

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