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Category Archives: Travel
Knoxvillians noshing in New York!
Like We went to New York and we ate like we were in Europe. I swear. Every restaurant we booked was either French or Italian. I’m not complaining, mind you. Just observing. It was all by choice, after all. Normally, … Continue reading
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Back to Broadway!
Like After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID pandemic, about 45 die-hard patrons of the Clarence Brown Theatre packed up and headed to New York City earlier this month to see plays, eat at great restaurants and meet with … Continue reading
Filed under: Theater, Travel 5 Comments
A ‘Knoxville’ weekend in Sarasota
Like The Roy Cockrum Foundation put Knoxville on the map again this past weekend by underwriting a buzz-generating production of a new play called, “Knoxville,” which had its world premiere on Saturday in Sarasota, Florida. The Knoxville man who claimed … Continue reading
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Nestful of Knoxvillians help The Swag open 40th season
Like The Swag over near Waynesville, North Carolina, opened for its 40th season last weekend with a lot of familiar faces — including ours! Owned by Knoxville residents Annie and David Colquitt, the mountain resort which consistently ranks in Conde … Continue reading
Filed under: Food, Music, Travel 29 Comments
Looking for a weekend trip? Hop over to Highlands
Like For the 26th year, we took our annual girls’ trip on MLK weekend. But, in our case, MLK stands for “Madly Leaving Knoxville.” We choose this weekend because, over the years, several of us have worked for government agencies … Continue reading
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Eating NYC! The excellent, the good and the “meh.”
Like When we go to New York City with the Clarence Brown Theatre’s support group each year, of course the main attractions are the plays that Artistic Director Cal MacLean selects for us to attend. But, not far behind, are … Continue reading
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Five plays in five days — from the best to the bomb
Like Five plays in five days. Picasso, Van Gogh, Magritte, Pollock, Warhol. A Liberty cruise. And enough food and drink to sink a battleship. That’s what Alan and I experienced last month when we joined other supporters of the Clarence … Continue reading
Filed under: Art, Events, Theater, Travel 11 Comments
Cúrate: Because Asheville’s closer than Spain!
Like We didn’t have time to go to Spain last weekend, so we went to Asheville. Specifically, to Cúrate, an authentic Spanish restaurant serving tapas and other Spanish dishes — and exclusively Spanish wines — in the heart of downtown. … Continue reading
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The Pat Summitt Suite: beautiful and beneficial
Like When the University of South Carolina women’s basketball team comes to Knoxville in February to play the Lady Vols, the Gamecocks’ head coach, Dawn Staley, will stay in the new Pat Summitt Suite at The Tennessean Personal Luxury Hotel … Continue reading
Filed under: Downtown, Events, Travel 6 Comments
Don’t lag, get to The Swag!
Like Have you been to The Swag? Alan and I booked a weekend there recently to celebrate our wedding anniversary — and to check it out because the resort is a new client of Moxley Carmichael. We were blown away. … Continue reading
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