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Caveat emptor: Aisle Nine does not sell cigarettes
This place is right around the corner from my house and I love it. I hope it means our beautiful neighborhood is experiencing a renaissance.
I am anxious to see how each City Council member votes. Most of them play it safe around powerful, rich people, like some of the St. John's members certainly are, but I expect a few of them will have to oppose demolition because of their longtime support for historic preservation. The outcome of the building will be a bellweather for Knoxville's future.
I do not think you read the article before you you wrote your flaming reply. Severance is the GOP chair, so it is not her job to find a Democrat to run against Campfield (unless you are privy to a yet-unnamed conspiracy). And a technocrat is a bureaucrat who is intensively trained in engineering, economics, or a form of technology. I don't think that description applies to Stevens, who is a statistics professor.
When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign, that the dunces are all in confederacy against him.
I’m reminded of a quote from Alan Bennett's “The Other Country”: I saw somebody peeing in Jermyn Street the other day. I thought, is this the end of civilization as we know it? Or is it simply somebody peeing in Jermyn Street?
I agree that there should be a more visible police presence at Sundown. Mounted police offer great crowd control. Would AC and the city really foot the bill for that?