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The Bozeman Legacy

"How One Man from Happy Holler Made a Difference." That is the subtitle of author Debbie Patrick's 2012 biographical tribute to C. Howard Bozeman, who played a key role in the Knox County political scene from 1948 through 1982. This is

The Rescue

I've had a few close calls in the mountains. But none so wild as the summer of 2013. After a heinous spate of bad luck and weather, my climbing partner Brian Moran and I were dropping down from Camp 3 on Broad Peak in the Karakoram

Playing Political Chess

The fundamental strategies of a municipal face-off I don’t play chess, but I’ve played a real-life political version in contests involving many millions of dollars—or a politician’s future. In politics, even what seems the right move

Glow and Gloom

Joe Parrott's oil paintings display his passion for light and shadow Certainly Joe Parrott inherited artistic abilities from both sides of his family. His grandfathers were painters and designers — one of them designed the first blade

Cheap Eats

8 restaurants all $20 and under Don’t want to cook at home, but also don’t want to break the bank dining out? We’ve got you covered. Even though eating in is usually considered the price-efficient option, eating out can be just as

Festival Season

As the weather warms up, it is the perfect time to get outside and explore what Rocky Top has to offer. East Tennessee has a variety of festivals coming up, whether you are looking to spend a day out with family or a night out on the town