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Category Archives: Media
News Sentinel Open is in full swing
Like Of course sports fans love the News Sentinel Open, being played at Fox Den Country Club through Sunday. A stop on the Web.com tour, it offers an opportunity to get a firsthand look at up-and-coming professional golfers, guys who … Continue reading
Filed under: Business, Events, Knoxville, Media, Public Relations 8 Comments
Watermelon coolers, raw meat and Swedish women (What a conference, y’all!)
Like Yes, dinner at Blackberry Farm is a main attraction of the Southern Food Writing Conference every year. But there’s a whole lot of other good eating and drinking during the two-day food fest. The goal of the whole thing: … Continue reading
Filed under: Downtown, Events, Food, Journalism, Knoxville, Media 13 Comments
How to impress a food writer. (And me!)
Like Of course you heard about the International Biscuit Festival earlier this month, but did you know that scores of journalists and other writers were in town a few days before that for the fifth annual Southern Food Writing Conference? … Continue reading
Filed under: Events, Food, Journalism, Knoxville, Media 6 Comments
Tar Heel trained, Knoxville’s gain
Like You wouldn’t think it from reading his editorial cartoons in the News Sentinel, but Charlie Daniel is really a sweet, quiet and unassuming guy. With a wicked sense of humor, of course. I have known Charlie for more than … Continue reading
Filed under: Events, Food, Journalism, Media, Music 11 Comments
Like The early 1990s were a challenging time for me. I had just left my job as a newspaper reporter and editor at the now defunct Knoxville Journal (sad story for another day), and I was casting about trying to … Continue reading
Filed under: Business, Downtown, Events, Journalism, Knoxville, Media 8 Comments
An unusual auction item? We’re game!
Like It was at the Front Page Follies this summer when auctioneer Bear Stephenson announced an item I thought sounded like fun. A game dinner prepared by News Sentinel columnist Sam Venable and his wife, Mary Ann, in their home … Continue reading
Filed under: Events, Food, Knoxville, Media 6 Comments
“You all have a kick-ass town!”
Like That’s what Don Short, the star of the Scripps Networks TV show, West End Salvage, had to say when he made an appearance here recently at a Knox Heritage Summer Supper fundraiser. Short, whose show runs on Scripps’ DIY … Continue reading
Filed under: Art, Business, Downtown, Events, Historic preservation, Knoxville, Media 3 Comments
Jack Rose: He was a good guy
Like That, actually, is what Jack wanted people to say about him. And those are the very words that were printed on the program at his memorial service last week. Jack passed away at age 58 from an autoimmune disease … Continue reading
Filed under: Journalism, Knoxville, Media 36 Comments
Southern Food Writing Conference is full experience
Like Last week, leading up to the fabulous International Biscuit Festival, Knoxville was host to almost 100 food writers, chefs, photographers, bloggers and other foodies attending the Southern Food Writing Conference. The conference, now in its fourth year, also features, … Continue reading
Filed under: Downtown, Events, Food, Journalism, Knoxville, Media 3 Comments
Knoxville Mercury hopes to rise
Like The folks at The Knoxville Mercury, the alternative weekly newspaper that will be the successor to Metro Pulse, are getting settled in to their office space in The Walnut Building. Looking at a mid-March launch, they now have office … Continue reading
Filed under: Business, Downtown, Events, Food, Journalism, Knoxville, Media 8 Comments