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2017: Issue 02: March – April

Kelly Brown

With a passion for shaping spaces and constructing stories, Kelly Brown of Bower Bird Sculptures is as connected to building with nature as his company’s namesake. Since childhood, he has used his hands to shape the world…

Dining Guide-Gastropubs

Crown & Goose For a relaxed business lunch or dinner date out in the Old City, head to the Crown & Goose. Their gastropub ambiance is echoed in the pub’s authentic London cuisine. To get your meal started, try The Goose Board small…

Editor’s Note

Hello. I’m new here, and since most of you reading this have been opening the pages of Cityview longer than I’ve been sitting in the editor’s chair, it is only fitting and proper that I introduce myself. If you already know me, it may be…

Publisher Note

This issue we were presented with a once in a lifetime opportunity to publish something about an extraordinary event where an individual stepped up and simply cared, publicly, to such a degree that she inspired others to care in equal…

George Korda

George Korda— While serving in Germany with the Army, George found himself in a helicopter above the Normandy D-Day beaches. Desiring better photo opportunities, he had the crew chief attach lines to his pistol belt so he could hang out the…

Cityview’s 2017 Top Doctors

As we do each year, Cityview honors the outstanding men and women in our medical community whose dedication and skill have earned the respect of both their patients and their fellow doctors. Every year, we ask the area’s referring…

Dolly Parton is a Humanitarian Hero

It seems like everybody has a Dolly story. While visiting with a friend the other evening, the conversation turned to one of the few topics you can start a conversation about with ease anywhere in East Tennessee: Dolly Parton. It turns out…

Take Charge

An eight-year study of death rate data by researchers at Johns Hopkins recently concluded that medical errors are now the third leading cause of death in the U. S. That’s right, mistakes by doctors, nurses, hospitals, and other health care…

A Healthy Surprise

Coming from a Lake Wobegon culture of Wisconsin farm families, where bailing hay, cutting timber, and loading trucks was the norm, the idea of “working out” was a foreign concept. The saying, “if you have to ‘work out,’ you aren’t working…