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Queen of the Clutch

Patricia Nash Crafted with the finest leather and tooled with great detail, designer Patricia Nash has built a company based on passion and high-quality. Nash’s interest in handbags piqued when she discovered an old purse belonging
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Baroness of Business

Julie Blaylock Knoxville seems to have a certain magnetic charm that draws people in from all over the map. Our community is certainly better for it, especially when it involves people like Julie Blaylock. Originally from Long Island, New
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Michelle Porter

This local mixologist and entrepreneur is canning cocktails for a cause. While pursuing a degree in microbiology at the University of Tennessee, Michelle found herself drawn to the world of craft cocktails and bartending. Now, just a
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The Knoxonomist

Dear Knoxonomist: Curious minds want to know. What are your New Year’s Resolutions? —Kathy from Karns Dear Kathy, In general, the Knoxonomist approves of New Year’s Resolutions. His study of humanity, mainly from a barstool at
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Electric Darling

With local favorites The Dirty Guv’nahs operating in semi-retirement, members Kevin Hyfantis and Cosmo Holloway found themselves penning songs in need of a home; enter Electric Darling. Eager to distance themselves from lead vocal duties,
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East Meets Knox

The South has a glorious culinary tradition. Growing up, there were never too many days that went by without cornbread, black-eyed peas, or something else distinctly regional. While it’s hard to beat mom’s home cooking, Knoxville is lucky
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Trials and Tribulations

Navigating Parenthood as a Single Parent When it comes to parenting most of us are relatively unprepared. We may know the basics from our experience with family or friends, or at least we think we know. But, for every parent I have ever
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From the Editor

Pincho was never supposed to be a part of our lives. As we returned home from our extended “Tour de Thanksgiving,” our house was dark and devoid of life. The dogs were at the sitter’s and a steady chorus of rain sang out across the gutters
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Campfire Cooking

Culinary creations that go beyond the marshmallow You don’t have to travel to the Smokies or even a local park to enjoy a meal al fresco—your backyard makes the perfect place to start. Campfire cooking is seemingly a way of the
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