Rustic Gentility

In 1932, a Presbyterian widow from Pittsburgh named Susan Wiley Cooper Walker, whose late husband had been Andrew Carnegie’s bookkeeper, moved south to be near her sister, the wife of the Maryville College chaplain. Inspired by the natural…
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Denise Stewart-Sanabria

Shaped by a childhood steeped in art, music, and photography, Denise Stewart-Sanabria creates art that captures humanity at its best and at its worst. Hailing from a small town in Massachusetts, Denise grew up with a family that encouraged…
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Trail Running

Amongst a growing number of local breweries, attractions, and dog parks, the scruffy city of Knoxville is also nationally known for its running trails—complete with gorgeous scenery. Trail running allows people to connect and stay fit while…
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How to Look Within

In today’s era of personal growth junkies, the saying “look within” is as common as “yoga” and “meditation.” But how can we start looking for something we’ve never seen? In today’s article, we’ll explore the five personal gates we can open…
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Symbols of Liberty

Long before Liberty’s beauty would be known to the world, William the Conqueror broke the Saxons in the Battle of Hastings in 1066 and ordered the building of the Tower of London. As she showed me around the iconic London landmark, the…
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