Tag Archives: Charlotte Tolley

Solstice Supper survives soaker

We go to the Solstice Supper at the Knoxville Botanical Garden every year and find the al fresco dining to be magical. But, even though we like eating outside — especially at a dinner celebrating the season — we sure … Continue reading

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J.C. Holdway: great first night; horrible second day

I awoke this morning to the terrible news of a fire in the building housing J.C. Holdway, the thrilling new restaurant that was opened just last night by James Beard Award-winning chef, Joseph Lenn. J.C. Holdway, located at 501 Union … Continue reading

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Winter Warmer wows

Thank you to Lauren Miller of Moxley Carmichael for writing this guest post for the Blue Streak. –Cynthia Moxley Guests gathered on a recent Friday evening for the first fundraising event to benefit a Knoxville nonprofit that brings us the Market Square … Continue reading

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Farmers have sprouted on Market Square

Several years ago, I remember the Market Square Farmers’ Market getting off to a slow start every year. When it opened in the spring, there were just a few booths selling produce. Continue reading

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Just Ripe is just open!

Just Ripe, the cute little half-grocery store/half-prepared food store located in the Daylight Building downtown, opened last Friday and, although the stock is still coming in, you can tell it’s going to be a great resource for folks who live, … Continue reading

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Market Square Farm Market gently winding down; this summer saw more vendors, but less produce

The Market Square Farmers’ Market is winding down for the season. Mums have been offered for several weeks now and mostly fall crops are displayed in the farmers’ booths: greens, peppers, winter squashes, gourds and pumpkins. It’s been a wonderful … Continue reading

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