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July August 2022

Clear Vision

Glassmaker sees teaching as a critical part of his craft Johnny Glass’s name is his destiny. The Knoxville native grew up dreaming of a career on stage and screen, worked at the Bijou as a teen and even had some early appearances in


Information Technology You Can Trust Their business may be information technology, but it’s the people who matter most to Jeff Scott and Neal Arwood, owners of Net3IT. “We want to remove the frustration of technology from the people we

Expression of Joy

Brent Thompson channels his inner theater kid as he connects to jazz Jazz has always been a love of mine. Growing up in church, the music has always been inspired by the genre, and I find myself deeply connected to the rhythms and

Practical Advice

Aligning your insurance policy to protect yourself against underinsured drivers  Most all of us drive a car or a truck, and as part of our responsibility in doing so we are required to have insurance on our vehicles. However, based on

Out on the AT

Experiencing the Appalachian Trail hiking culture in Virginia I was fine with skipping the road walk and interstate noise, but Frank Whitehead insisted that we do the extra mile across I-81 in Groseclose, Virginia. That is where we