Through fun events and community support, the local office of the MDA is improving the lives of those with muscle disease.
The elderly and retired spend a great deal of money on prescription drugs. Here, Cityview reviews options to help seniors find the best deal.
The Knoxville Film Festival brings film lovers and filmmakers together this September with a variety of movies and documentaries.
Acclaimed sports photojournalist Patrick Murphy-Racey unveils his artful photos of the Vols football team in a 25-year retrospective exhibit.
As the Vols prepare for a new football season, Bob Kesling considers the future of the team under Coach Butch Jones’s leadership.
With old-style Italian restaurant décor and a revitalized menu, the newly re-opened Cappuccino’s on Kingston Pike offers authentic cuisine at a fair price.
Summer is cooling down—but these barbeque hotspots are always smokin’. Whether you prefer saucy or dry, sweet or savory, Knoxville can please barbeque lovers of all palates.
SPOTLIGHT: LOCAL VETERAN
Veteran Larry Garner’s classified missions in Vietnam led him into hot zones to gather intelligence that shaped American battle plans.
Autumn yields delicious—and healthy—fare that the whole family can enjoy.
As we age, our bodies produce less hormones, which can leave us tired and listless—but hormone replacement therapy may improve these symptoms.
Wyeth Wilson queries motivational speaker and former UT football player Inky Johnson about his difficult childhood, his football career, and the injury that changed his life.
UT’s switch to Nike apparel generated several changes—and, depending on how the football season progresses, may engender some negative developments. George Korda considers the possibilities.
A reader whines with workout woes—and the Knoxonomist weighs in.