Comfort Classics

When the Porsche is next to the painter's van and the Mercedes pulls up beside the motorcycle in the parking lot, you know you've picked a great place to eat. It's common to see suits sitting near coveralls at Knoxville's favorite small
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Summertime Bliss

Meads Quarry stacks one leisure-time activity upon another With trees a vibrant green and temperatures on the rise, it’s evident summer’s nearly here. Many East Tennesseans anxiously await this change of season for all the beauty our
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Victoria Rose Phillips

Born and raised in Knoxville, artist Victoria Rose Phillips showcases a style of art that she describes as “pure” and “visceral.” She says her work is based on her spirituality, proudly proclaiming that divine intervention has opened the
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Incredible Appalachia

Travel Through Time at the Museum of Appalachia John Rice Irwin founded his vision in 1969—a museum sought to ensure that Appalachian history would survive forever. Over the years, the museum continued to see more and more visitors,
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Jimmy Chiarella

I have always been fascinated by the properties of light. This interest has influenced my life’s work over the past 50 years. As a photographer, I can’t think of a more important aspect of the work than light. Living in Los Angeles, I was
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