Monthly Archives: September 2013

Think you have some ethics? Prove it.

Knox County’s Ethics Committee is taking applications now for two new members to serve four-year terms. Interested? Before noon Oct. 18, send resumes to: Office of the Knox County Commission Ste. 603 City County Building 400 Main St. Knoxville, TN … Continue reading

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Cool MP thing with paper boxes

OK, so being in the print biz, I’m a tad biased to newspaper boxes, but this is universially cool. The MP paper box design contest. Check out the entries. Some folks had fun with these:

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National voter registration day is Sept. 24

Believe it or not, there is an election going on, right now, here in Knoxville. I know. I almost missed it too. The primary could influence one race, in the 4th District, in an election primary that’s seeing some light … Continue reading

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Back in blog

The blab is back. And this page is hilarious, if you’re into this kinda thing.

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Rick Staples’ release on paternity

Usually the reposted releases here are on the more informational side, the useful-to-know, help-you-live kind of stuff. Today’s reprint is unique in that it comes from a political candidate for office – Knoxville City Council Fourth District – regarding something … Continue reading

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Knox Blab hacked

Not really the widest audience for a hacker, but it happened. It’s a Syrian anti-government – or pro-rebellion – Pro-Syrian government or anti-rebellion message (depending on your point of view). My advice would be to stay away until things cool … Continue reading

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Jackson Avenue jumps for Jack Neely

Officially, I’m not supposed to like one thing around here more than another, but in two years here Jackson Avenue has become one of my favorite places around Knoxville. Many times I’ve wandered down the street, and there’s plenty to … Continue reading

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