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South Knoxville's Marble City Glasswork's entire work area is in a cinder-block room of maybe 500 square feet, where they produce delicate decorative items.
North Knoxville's Neon Service Co. has manufactured, maintained, repaired, and replaced signs of all kinds for businesses of all kinds, large and small.
East Knoxville's Aqua-Chem manufactures water purifying units of all sorts, such as military ones that convert seawater to potable water.
YWCA of Knoxville shelters survivors of domestic violence for up to a year, as well as help through its Victim Advocacy Program.
Jay Nations brings back his iconic record store, with the help of co-owner Jack Stiles and his TV and movie collectibles.
All-American Vol linebacker Jackie Walker was finally admitted to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in 2011—nine years after his death from AIDS.
Carol Ann and Laura Stutte recorded how their house looked before and after the arson fire.
Knoxville's Pop Rox cover ’80s rock and pop: Valerie Buckner (vocals), Chris Cook (guitar), Josh Gaither (keyboards, guitar, backing vocals), Dave Peeples (bass, backing vocals), and Dave Whitaker (drums)
Knoxville's the Quorum cover classic rock, ’80s hits, and ’90s alternative: Jason Ellis (vocals, guitar), Jason Watson (guitar), Brad Clemmer (bass), Wes Wright (drums.
Some of our more noteworthy covers from 2010.
North Knoxville's Sacred Hoop, Drum and Dance Circle at the Broadway Academy of Performing Arts.
West Knoxville's Cotton Eyed Joe still features popular line-dancing lessons.
South Knoxville's Copa Cabana features hip hop and Latin dance nights.
A recital by the Austin-East Dance Company at Austin-East Magnet High School.
Bertha Walburn Clark not only founded the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra in 1935, she was also one of the first female conductors.
First-hand accounts by Holly Briggs' art-class students at Mooreland Heights Elementary School.
Follow photographer Sheena Patrick as she walks along city greenways from the World's Fair Park, UT campus, down Neyland Drive, and to the beautiful UT Gardens.
The Minister’s Tree House in Crossville, Tenn. stands nearly 100 feet tall, with dozens of rooms adding up to over 10,000 square feet of space.
This self-built castle in Greenback, Tenn. features 15-foot turrets, crenellated walls, and dozens of rooms, including a dungeon and throne room.