Monthly Archives: April 2013

Where Am I? Vol. XII

This week, we went out into the country while staying downtown. It’s hard, but keep your eyes pinned to the ground. As always, post guesses in comments. Name the monument this little ducky sits next to, and the park where … Continue reading

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Where Am I? Vol. XI

Good Morning Mr. Phelps. Your mission, should you choose to accept it (I’d pay big bucks for a Camp Tuckahoe T-shirt, by the way): Name where I am. Name what I’m looking at in the photo. Post guesses in comments. … Should you … Continue reading

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Who is the TN Governor?

This bit of (sad) fun from our neighbors in Chattanooga. Video: Streetchatt: Who is the Tennessee governor? (h/t KnoxViews) I would hope that here in Knoxville we may know the Haslam family a little bit better.

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2013 Conservation Expo announced, 100th anniversary of event

The city announced the details of the commemoration of the conservation expo, which will happen in October. Go check out the website, and here’s our previous story. The release: CITY ANNOUNCES CENTENNIAL CONSERVATION EXPO FOR OCTOBER             Mayor Madeline Rogero today … Continue reading

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Road repaving in Knoxville

Jim Hagerman, city engineering director, emailed me the list of roads that will be repaved under the city’s new contract in the next year. Check them out here, starting on page 70: 2013 spec book – resurfacing. This doc also includes … Continue reading

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Using Storify for the IRS, FBI lockdown at Pilot

The day changed once the alert went out: The FBI has entered and shut down the Pilot/Flying J headquarters. Our talented and capable business staff was working the story, but on something such as that I expect to be pulled … Continue reading

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A coupla shout-outs

Jack Neely has some interesting things to say (as usual) about downtown Knoxville in this week’s Metro Pulse. He apparently was digging out some old clips and came across the impressions from an Atlanta visitor. Neely also makes a subtle … Continue reading

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