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DOGWOOD AFTER DARK: The Annual Dogwood kick-off even featured dogwood dancers, salsa dancers, and a Whitney Houston impersonator as well as appearances by notable Knoxville elite, such as Madeline Rogero. Lisa Duncan’s husband, Sam, and daughter Megan also attended the event.
Photographer David Luttrell explores Julia Tucker's South Knoxville castle.
Columnist Eleanor Scott photographs the Knoxville Bike Collective/Co-op.
Knoxville's North Central district (and its Happy Holler) offers many colorful views of a neighborhood in transition.
Can it be saved? True believers are trying to keep the game alive.
Here are 10 of the most interesting Knoxvillians we met through our stories in 2011.
After more than 10 years of effort, the restoration of Harriman's Princess Theater is almost complete.
Jim Dykes, once the most feared columnist in East Tennessee, who bowed to no man.
Funny Pages: Hipsters, the X-Men, and Robinson Crusoe’s paternalistic racism are a few of the subjects Kate Beaton pokes fun at in her new collection Hark! A Vagrant.
Heaven can wait—Pastor Eddie Young serves the homeless and helpless here and now at Redeeming Hope Ministries in Fort Sanders.