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Learned from Childhood

In this issue of Cityview, we are featuring multiple stories related to Knoxville’s young people and the adults who work with, supervise, and inspire them. To my mind, the best way we can immediately serve the children in our community
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PIE!

What’s more American than apple pie? Not much, the old phrase would have you believe. But regardless of whether your choice is apple, cherry, or some rare pie-in-the-sky you could easily find cooling on a your grandmother's window sill,…
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The Enemy of Good

This issue of Cityview, in part, is devoted to presenting the best of Knoxville, as voted on by our readers. It’s a great list—full of stores, services, performers, venues, and restaurants that you should get to know. In any “best” list,…
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Abingdon

Just about two hours away from downtown Knoxville—a jump on I-40/81 to the northeast—is the wonderfully eclectic, seemingly sleepy but almost fitfully wide-awake town of Abingdon, Virginia. On at least one trip to Abingdon, you should stay…
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The Voice of The Common Fan

Tony Basilio has been on the air in Knoxville and in the ears of Vol fans across the country for 25 years. Originally from Kennett Square, PA, Basilio graduated from UT with a degree in Broadcasting and has been a Knoxville resident since…
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Fam

As a former English professor, one of the discussions and/or arguments I get into from time to time is whether some bit of spoken language is really a “word” or not. Often, these discussions have started while traveling, sometimes in that…
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Summer Travel

Recently, I took a few days to stay in Abingdon, VA, which will appear as a future Destinations feature. It was my second trip of the summer season, what I look forward to year-round: getting out on the roads of America and visiting…
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