There are plenty of places to shop and eat in Knoxville, but no place has more shops and restaurants packed into a 3 mile stretch than the Turkey Creek Shopping District in Farragut, Tennessee. I mean when you have a Super Walmart and a Super Target pretty much next door to each other, you know […]
VIDEO: Looking for things to do in Knoxville? Here is something that is always fun and interesting. Be sure to go downtown and visit Market Square. Whether you are looking for great food, shopping, music, or people watching, Market Square won’t disappoint.
Looking for things to do in Knoxville with the family that are inexpensive and educational? This Saturday, September 28th, 2013, thanks to Smithsonian Museum Day Live, you can take advantage of FREE admission to several area museums. The Knoxville museums participating are: American Museum of Science and Energy, McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, […]
Whether you are thinking about moving to Knoxville, just moved here, or are a Knoxville native, there is always something new to learn about this beautiful city. While many are aware of the amazing scenery offered up by the Smoky Mountains and our numerous lakes, the amount of arts & cultural activities available in Knoxville […]
For those of you new to the area who might not know, we have a Chicago Cubs AA baseball team right here in town! Today the Tennessee Smokies released their 2013 schedule. The Chicago Cubs Double-A affiliate will start the season on the road in Pensacola vs. the Blue Wahoos on Thursday, April 4th. Our […]
Dog Fancy Magazine has named Knoxville the most dog friendly city in the Southeast. The City of Knoxville has been recognized as the most dog-friendly city in the Southeast by Dog Fancy Magazine according to a press release from the Knoxville-based PetSafe. The widely-read national magazine for dog owners also recognized the City of Knoxville’s […]