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A tour of East Tennessee's wilderness, areas to be protected under the proposed Tennessee Wilderness Act. Photos by David Madison, courtesy of The Wilderness Society.
Ellie Kittrell and Ashley Klappholz have been planning to fill what they feel is a gap in Knoxville's museum offerings with MUSE, a children's discovery center.
Heading into March Madness, Lady Vols coach Holly Warlick takes control
The Black Lillies have reached the top of the Knoxville music scene. What's next?
It's making a comeback in Knoxville at the Laurel Theater in Fort Sanders, each second Saturday of the month.
The late P.C. Dixon of East Knoxville was a jazzbo through and through—not only amassing a large 78 collection, but also making home recordings off the radio of important live performances, both local and national.
Much of downtown Knoxville's recent resurgence is due to developers' abilities to refurbish its once-empty old buildings and give them new uses.
Fifty-two weeks of Metro Pulse covers. (Except for the three that didn't get uploaded.)
The itinerant Charles “Shroomer” Bledsoe revisits one of his old living quarters, a presumed pump house on the banks of Third Creek.
Peggy and Holly Hambright: sibling stars of the Knoxville culinary scene.
Knoxville's Jellinek Center has helped set substance abusers straight for over 40 years.
One of the government's early hires, Ed Westcott recorded the beginnings of the city built to support the Manhattan Project, 70 years ago.
By Holly Briggs’ Art Class at Mooreland Heights Elementary School
A new focus on local foods paired with our Appalachian heritage for foraging—and thrift!—has created a wild mushroom love affair that’s gracing the finest restaurants and the humblest home kitchens. With mushroom fiends like intrepid forager Whitey Hitchcock and grow-your-own advocate Bob Hess of Everything Mushrooms acting as evangelists (plus a major producer like Monterey in our own back yard), mushrooms are, well, mushrooming into a genuine Knoxville food trend.
The Broadway Viaduct is slated for demolition in 2013 before being rebuilt, displacing some local businesses.
Exploring Knoxville’s neighborhoods: A continuing series by photographer Shawn Poynter