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July August 2021

From the Publisher

We all have people that we admire or look to when we need inspiration. These are people that come into our lives and leave an indelible mark on who we are, at our deepest level. And more often than not, they are unlikely aware of the

A Class Act

Steadfast determination and clear vision have placed Greg Coleman on the world stage Cityview first learned of Greg Coleman in 2009 when we covered the case of Amanda Satterfield versus The Aluminum Company of America. We were so

The Call of the Mountains

Mountaineer John Quillen shares tales of climbing the world’s 8,000-meter peaks We stand at the foot of the Schoolhouse Gap Trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and I look to John Quillen and say, “Can you handle this or do

Artisan Jewelers

Inspiration shines as artists bring beauty and character to custom jewelry One shapes silver and brass. Another relishes the richness of high-karat gold. And a third creates titanium-electrifying colors. But for all their differences,

The Palomino House

Tennessee and California connect to create a dream home with a mid-century modern feel It was 2013 when award-winning California architect Robert Nebolon placed one of his mid-century home designs on The plans lived

The Jury

“The right to trial by jury shall remain inviolate.”- Tennessee Constitution In the 16th century, Shakespeare found that a trial within his plays added drama to his story lines. The Merchant of Venice, Hamlet, and A Winter’s Tale, the