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  • Letter: Stacey, Stacey, Stacey! Pt. 4 Published 7/30/2014 at 1:34 p.m. 0 comments

    Douglas: I was not going to vote for Stacey, but your disrespectful article has influenced me to vote for him. I will encourage my friends to do the same.

  • Letter: Stacey, Stacey, Stacey! Pt. 3 Published 7/30/2014 at 1:33 p.m. 0 comments

    Acree: Now, I don’t foller state politics much ’cause it’s dull as hell, but none of this stuff as written can be true. Ain’t no state senator—an elected official—would be behavin’ like a mean, black-hearted hairbrain idjit runamuck like that.

  • Letter: Stacey, Stacey, Stacey! Pt. 2 Published 7/30/2014 at 1:31 p.m. 0 comments

    Cutshaw: I am surprised that the staff at your publication has not recognized Sen. Stacey Campfield for what he is: a political performance artist.

  • Letter: Stacey, Stacey, Stacey! Pt. 1 Published 7/30/2014 at 1:30 p.m. 0 comments

    Gardner: After reading your article on the imbecilic Mr. Campfield, one can only conclude that there are a corresponding number of imbeciles in District 7 who keep voting for him.

  • Letter: Citizens: Report Those Potholes! Published 7/2/2014 at 11:27 a.m. 0 comments

    Hagerman: If Ms. Charlton (or anyone else) observes bumps, cracks, potholes, or utility covers that force avoidance maneuvers, please let us know about them.

  • Letter: Days, Months, Years... Published 7/2/2014 at 11:25 a.m. 0 comments

    Osborne: I bet there are a lot of days when everybody there wonders if anybody really appreciates how well written the paper is because you probably don’t get a lot of e-mails from readers telling you guys how great you ...

  • Letter: My Year of Driving Knoxvillian-ly Published 6/25/2014 at 10:58 a.m. 0 comments

    Charlton: I suspect you take classes in confusing visitors and chuckle at each other’s stories about sending folks off with “…over that ridge and then left where the old Sears store used to be.”

  • Letter: Push to Digitize 'Sphere Gains Momentum! Published 6/18/2014 at 10:49 a.m. 0 comments

    Crystalbridge: So while I like parts of the digitized Sunsphere idea, I would want to see images of East Tennessee and Knoxville in those digitized squares—not commercial ads!

  • Letter: A Reviewer's Task Published 6/18/2014 at 10:48 a.m. 0 comments

    Law: The point of a review is to provide an opinion on whether a production achieves what it set out to, thereby allowing potential audience to make an informed decision on whether or not to attend.

  • Letter: The Sweet Smell of Knoxville Published 6/11/2014 at 11:04 a.m. 0 comments

    Honeycutt: It’s covered in honeysuckle, hanging heavy with blooms waiting for bees and 6-year-olds to get a taste of the nectar.

  • Letter: The Kids are All Right Published 6/11/2014 at 11:01 a.m. 0 comments

    Wyman: Their insight and leadership are inspiring, and we all should listen very carefully to what they have to tell us.

  • Letter: Save Knoxville's Mid-Century Architecture Published 6/4/2014 at 10:56 a.m. 1 comment

    Davis: I read often where local historical groups lament the 1960s-’70s-era destruction of then 50+ year old buildings, but that’s pretty much what we are doing now by tearing down the 1950s-’60s buildings.

  • Letter: Shine Up the ’Sphere and Digitize It! Published 5/28/2014 at 1:57 p.m. 0 comments

    Dan Morelock: The Sunsphere is designed to represent energy, what better way to modernize what it is and was, further assist in what it was initially created for, than to fill it with digital capacity, or energetic windows.

  • Letter: Another Reason Why We Like This Guy Published 5/28/2014 at 1:55 p.m. 0 comments

    Butch Jones: I am honored and humbled to receive this award from Metro Pulse and its readers. [Best Knoxvillian award in the Best of Knoxville, May 22, 2014]

  • Letter: Free-Ranging City Officials Published 5/21/2014 at 2:12 p.m. 0 comments

    Once again, Jack Neely explains how historical knowledge gives perspective, something so necessary to good decision-making, and why it is important to question periodically our personal bubbles of existence.