Facilitating Healing

“To keep the body in good health is a duty...otherwise we shall not be able to keep the mind strong and clear.” – Buddha Not every medical professional wears a white coat. There are benefits to the white coat, certainly, but they are
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Don’t Tell Henry

Tennessee Stage Company begins its 35th year by presenting new plays by local East Tennessee playwrights Every night from February 2 to February 11, a cast of 10 actors from the University of Tennessee and the wider Knoxville community
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KiMe Fund

Fighting the Good Fight For more than a decade, Steve Hodges’ KiMe Fund has brought hope to people with Parkinson’s disease—in East Tennessee and across the world On January 28, 2009 Steve Hodges was diagnosed with young onset
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A Legacy of Quality

On the afternoon of August 10, 1983, John Lyle watched his business burn to the ground. The warehouses that housed Dale Insulation’s entire inventory - as well as multiple other businesses - had caught fire. The Knoxville News Sentinel
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Destination: Japan

Nihongo-ga wakarimasen. Prefaced, most likely, by "sumimasen" (a cross between "excuse me" and "sorry"), this is a very important phrase for us foreigners to know when abroad in Japan. It simply means, "I do not understand Japanese." If
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Hilltop Retreat

Country and suburban styles blend together to create a family sanctuary, nestled in the hills of East Tennessee Up on the patio of Benny and Carol’s bright hilltop home, surrounded by a plush couch and warmed by a stone fireplace,
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A New Perspective

Knoxville welcomes its first cultural liaison from Japan, just in time for the Asian Festival This isn’t Mana Muramatsu’s first time visiting the United States; she’s explored many of our big-name cities, like Seattle and New York.
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