Tag Archives: Elaine Streno

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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Wine, women and shoes = fun and fashion

Sometimes, the girls just need to get out and let off a little steam, right? Continue reading

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Knoxville Restaurant Week is upon us! Yum.

I don’t know about you, but I’ve spent some quality time today “smiling and dialing,” as they say. Why? Because the eateries participating in this year’s Knoxville Restaurant Week were announced last night in an event at The Emporium, and … Continue reading

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Knoxville Restaurant Week is coming up: We’ve made our first reservation. Have you?

Knoxville Restaurant Week is set for Feb. 24 through March 1 and, already, more restaurants than ever before have signed up to participate, according to Elaine Streno, executive director of Second Harvest Food Bank, the beneficiary of Restaurant Week. Here’s … Continue reading

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Knoxville Restaurant Week offers great food and great deals for a great cause. We’re in!

Having the news conference kicking off Knoxville Restaurant Week at Ruth’s Chris Steak House served as inspiration for Alan and me to sign up for our first Restaurant Week outing of 2012. We already have made our reservations to return … Continue reading

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Bowlicious = Soup-er good time

OK. Here’s the deal. You pay $50. You go to the beautiful-in-any-season Hunter Valley Farm. You select a bowl out of hundreds created by generous East Tennessee artisans. You eat cheese and drink wine while bidding on a better-than-usual silent … Continue reading

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