City Guides

Exploring Knoxville, Tennessee

A blissfully glam-free town of poetic understatement––see all that Knoxville has to offer

August/September 2012

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Banjos for sale at Morelock Music

photo: Tec Petaja

Inside Morelock Music

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Matt Morelock of Morelock Music

photo: Tec Petaja

photo: Tec Petaja

Singer, songwriter Scott Miller

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WDVX’s wold-famous Blue Place Special–a live show of bluegrass

photo: Tec Petaja

Red Hickey: Host with the most

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WDVX host Red Hickey’s colorful kicks

photo: Tec Petaja

photo: Tec Petaja

photo: Tec Petaja

photo: Tec Petaja

photo: Tec Petaja

Tennessee Theatre’s iconic sign

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One of the things that makes Knoxville a sweet town

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Old City Java

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Dairy Queen: Local Colleen Cruze

photo: Tec Petaja

photo: Tec Petaja

photo: Tec Petaja

The Sunsphere at World’s Fair Park

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The Clinch Avenue Bridge

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The stylish Oliver Hotel

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The Peter Kern Library bar at the Oliver Hotel

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Barbecue with fried pickles at Big Fatty’s

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Cooling off on Market Square

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Just Ripe grocery and cafe

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Sister Act: locals Ellen Turner & Helen Ashe

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Peggy Hambright outside of Magpies

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Cupcakes at Magpies Bakery

photo: Tec Petaja