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Handlebars columnist Fred Sahms sniffs out the vintage motorcycles at Daytona Bike Week 2010.
Handlebars columnist Fred Sahms shoots AHRMA vintage racing at Daytona Bike Week 2010.
Steve Gilkey's 1984 Harley-Davidson XR1000
While Knoxville may lack an official cuisine, these local original dishes taste like our hometown.
The appetizer is a souped-up version of Cajun baked oysters that chef Andy Cantillo concocted.
Nashville food blogger Jennifer Justus described it thusly: "It's like Jackson Pollock or Kandinsky. Naysayers call it ugly, jarring, or just a big mess. But it's brilliant!"
A Gala collection devoted to the drawing of humorous sequential art. Featuring local and nationally renowned cartoonists of all sorts.
Native Knoxvillian <a href="http://www.myspace.com/cwrogers">Chris Rogers</a> says he got into art at a very young age, and started playing bass guitar at 16. While playing in bands from 1994-2006, he would get ideas (funny ones); this year, he decided to put all those ideas from over the years on paper. He started a MySpace page with a daily blog that includes a comic and the story behind it. "Everything inspires me," Rogers says. "If I see it or hear it, I just look for something funy about it. I love to take different topics and apply them to pop-culture icons like movies, TV shows and music."
Jason Calzadilla is 23 years old and was born and raised in Knoxville. After attending Farragut High School, he enrolled at Pellissippi State Technical Community College with a major in graphic design. “My comics are inspired by anything and everything,” he says. “I take a random idea, anything I think could be funny, and try to create the most humorous comic I can from it.”