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What’s SUP?

For prize or pleasure, Stand Up Paddling is catching on. The days are getting longer and the summer heat is upon us. A classic cool-off in Knoxville has always been stand-up paddle boarding (SUP). There are SUP tours, SUP yoga classes, and…

Bike Boat Brew & Bark

To kick off the summer season in Knoxville, “Bike Boat Brew & Bark” offers fun for the whole family. On Saturday June 1, head to Volunteer Landing with your furry friends for the Visit Knoxville Powerboat Nationals and Riverwalk Tour

Food Trucks

What was once a construction rental lot, is now a food truck community. Owners Alden and Scott Larrick moved to the area from Austin, Texas in 2016 and noticed that something was missing. In their hometown, food truck parks were common and

Train Like A Titan

Meet the guys who helped Emily Andzulis prepare for the competition and become the Titan she is today. Charlie Petrone – Petrone Training Shadow-boxed jerseys, collage frames, and inspirational quotes line the plywood walls of

The Middle Path

Knoxville therapist Hope Reneau promotes mindfulness Hope Reneau, Director of The Middle Path IOP, believes that Knoxville is opening up to the idea of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). DBT is a therapy central to the mission of The

Sunup & Sundown

Some of our best spots for seeing a colorful show. Whether you’re fond of shooting photographs, an aficionado of watching colors explode across the East Tennessee landscape, or taking your coffee or ending a Spring picnic as the sun

Behind the Cover

FEATURED: EMILY ANDZULIS Featured on the cover of this issue is Emily Andzulis, the first female Titan on NBC’s The Titan Games. Through years of dedication to martial arts, Emily had prepared herself physically and mentally for the


Knoxville is waking up from its winter slumber and festival season is upon us. To kick off the spring, Shamrock Fest will be held on March 15-16 in Market Square. Staying true to the St. Patrick’s Day theme, there will be authentic Irish

Coffee Shops

According to a study by Harvard University, 54% of Americans drink coffee daily at an average of 3 cups per day. Hailing as one of the most widely consumed beverages, there is certainly more than one way coffee can be prepared. From

The Power of Positivity

Emily Andzulis becomes the first female Titan Interview by: Cait McMahan | Story by: Emily Stevens Photography by: Bryan Allen One minute she’s bopping her head to Drake, the next she’s swaying her hips to Tennessee Whiskey. If you ask