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Knoxville community welcomes new campus leader

Beverly Davenport, UT-Knoxville’s new chancellor, charmed more than 200 Knoxville business and community leaders recently with her enthusiasm and openness at a reception held in her honor at the Knoxville Convention Center. Costs of the reception were paid for entirely … Continue reading

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Regas Square wows at preview party

It was a heck of a preview party that launched the new Regas Square development on Wednesday evening at the Mill & Mine with more than 270 in attendance and great news coverage. (Disclosure: Moxley Carmichael helped with the function.) … Continue reading

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Robinson-Stair wedding was a masterpiece

Attorney Caesar Stair III, the father of the groom, admitted that it was unusual to think of him officiating at a marriage ceremony — him being a well-known divorce lawyer and all. But that’s what his son wanted, so . … Continue reading

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All eyes on Blount Mansion

I know it may seem as if we were pretty desperate for an excuse to go to a party earlier this month, but the birthday soiree for the state of Tennessee held at Blount Mansion was only a short walk … Continue reading

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What happened in Mox Vegas!

We said on the invitation that what happened in Mox Vegas might end up on the Blue Streak. And, sure enough! The 21st annual Moxley Carmichael mid-winter client party was last Friday. And, in case you were ever wondering what … Continue reading

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Knox County Commissioner Amy Broyles: You either laugh or bang your head on the table!

I found myself in a Unitarian Universalist church service for the first time a few Sundays ago. There was no mistaking the church parking lot on Kingston Pike for any mainstream church parking lot in Knoxville because, in this parking … Continue reading

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Friends welcome Tom Cervone to his new post as executive director of Historic Tennessee Theatre

“I feel like I’ve jumped from AAA baseball into the major leagues,” said an ecstatic Tom Cervone Thursday night at a reception celebrating his new position as executive director of the Historic Tennessee Theatre. Cervone, the former managing director of … Continue reading

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Business community warmly embraces Lady Vols Coach Holly Warlick at festive reception

The Knoxville business community gave new Lady Vols Basketball Coach Holly Warlick and her staff a warm reception last week at a well attended cocktail party at the Knoxville Convention Center. In return, Warlick made three commitments that surely gave … Continue reading

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Chuy’s brings its fresh Tex-Mex food, its party attitude — and its cult following — to Knox

Some restaurants truly have a cult-like following. That is true for two great new Moxley Carmichael restaurant clients: Tupelo Honey Cafe, based in Asheville and opening on Market Square in September, and Chuy’s, a fun Tex-Mex eatery based in Austin … Continue reading

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“It’s dogwood time in Tennessee”

With those signature words of his, beloved radio legend Bobby Denton — also “the voice of Neyland Stadium” during football season — on Wednesday officially opened the 2010 Dogwood Arts Festival’s trails and gardens. The setting couldn’t have been more … Continue reading

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