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13 September, 2021

5 of the Best Patios in Knoxville

When it comes to late summer/early fall in East Tennessee, you can count on two things. First, University of Tennessee football will let you down. Second, the weather will lift you right back up🙌 We’re talkin’ temps in the mid-70s, refreshing breezes, even *a little less humidity.*  You may find yourself asking, “Am I in […]

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25 August, 2021

Knoxville Festivals: Second Bell Music Festival

Knoxville may be sandwiched between two heavy hitters when it comes to cities known for music (one of them is literally nicknamed Music City and the other is known as the birthplace of country music), but our Scruffy City has been making a name for itself when it comes to being a destination for live music […]

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18 August, 2021

The Star of Knoxville: A Look Inside

When we sat down with Bailee Bridwell to learn more about The Star of Knoxville riverboat, we figured this thing you’re reading now would be about said boat. After all, it is one of only four authentic paddlewheel riverboats in the USA, right on the Tennessee River in good ole downtown Knoxville. Cool, right? Very […]

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9 August, 2021

7 Days of Live Music in Knoxville

While our neighbor to the west may be more well known for her music scene (have you heard of a little place called Nashville?), our favorite lil scruffy city (Knoxville, duh) certainly holds her own when it comes to live music opportunities. After all, Dolly herself would make the trek over from Sevierville to Knoxville […]

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27 July, 2021

5 Must-Try Taco Spots in Knoxville

Taco obsession is not a new phenomenon, but regardless if you’ve been in Knoxville a little over a year (like me!) or you’re Knox born and bred, finding the perfect taco can feel like a never-ending quest (albeit a fun one). Here are five spots we’ve been returning to lately: (Dare we say, the best […]

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15 July, 2021

Crafty Bastard Brewery: A Look Inside

600 beers in six years. Just to save you the math: that’s about two beers a week. Two unique beers a week that Crafty Bastard Brewery has put into the world and into our mouths since it opened its doors in downtown north in 2015. Just by the numbers, Crafty Bastard may be the best brewery […]

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14 July, 2021

Sunflowers in South Knoxville

Buckle up, folks. Your Insta feeds are about to be littered with pics of bright, sunny faces as far as the eye can see. Nope, we aren’t referencing those sweet first-day-of-school pictures. We’re talking about the sunflower fields in South Knoxville – specifically, the 70-plus acres of sunflowers at Forks of the River Wildlife Management […]

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9 July, 2021

5 Must-Try Food Truck Parks

We can all agree that food trucks rule, so it comes as no surprise that Knoxville went from zero food truck parks to five (yes, five) in just a matter of a few years. Are we mad about this? We are not. (And since you’re here reading this, we’re just going to go ahead and […]

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28 June, 2021

5 Fave Rooftop Bars in Knoxville

The Knoxville bar scene has expanded by leaps and bounds in just the last couple of years. From breweries and taprooms to CBD-infused beer bars, speakeasies and kitschy rum cocktail joints, Knoxville isn’t short on fun places to go when you want to wet your whistle. However, when it comes to sipping spirits while sitting […]


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19 March, 2021

Oglewood Avenue: A Look Inside

Jade Adams is the stylish, hilarious owner of Oglewood Avenue – and frankly, we’d like to be her new best friend. (It’s not weird, okay? Don’t make it weird.) Besides, considering the way she takes care of her plants, she’d be a good best friend to have. Let’s back up: Remember COVID-19? Right. Well, that […]

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5 January, 2021

5 Fave Black-Owned Businesses in Knoxville

If you’re anything like me, you may have been surprised to find out you had a lot to learn this summer.


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25 August, 2021

Knoxville Festivals: Second Bell Music Festival

Knoxville may be sandwiched between two heavy hitters when it comes to cities known for music (one of them is literally nicknamed Music City and the other is known as the birthplace of country music), but our Scruffy City has been making a name for itself when it comes to being a destination for live music […]

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18 August, 2021

The Star of Knoxville: A Look Inside

When we sat down with Bailee Bridwell to learn more about The Star of Knoxville riverboat, we figured this thing you’re reading now would be about said boat. After all, it is one of only four authentic paddlewheel riverboats in the USA, right on the Tennessee River in good ole downtown Knoxville. Cool, right? Very […]

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9 August, 2021

7 Days of Live Music in Knoxville

While our neighbor to the west may be more well known for her music scene (have you heard of a little place called Nashville?), our favorite lil scruffy city (Knoxville, duh) certainly holds her own when it comes to live music opportunities. After all, Dolly herself would make the trek over from Sevierville to Knoxville […]

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3 June, 2021

Navitat Canopy Adventures

Navitat is a hidden gem and a super cool adventure course built high in the canopy of the green forest of South Knoxville. It’s is an entire setup of multiple adventure and zipline courses, ranging from beginner, moderate, to difficult levels – legitimately something the whole family or friend group can enjoy. 

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27 May, 2021

Knoxville Adventure Collective

So many of us move to Knoxville for her access to all things outdoors. Jon and the folks at Knoxville Adventure Collective can legitimately help you start experiencing and exploring it.

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5 January, 2021

Knox Box Karaoke: A Look Inside

Friends, I don’t know about you, but when I need some joy in my life, I turn up my jam and belt it out…


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27 July, 2021

5 Must-Try Taco Spots in Knoxville

Taco obsession is not a new phenomenon, but regardless if you’ve been in Knoxville a little over a year (like me!) or you’re Knox born and bred, finding the perfect taco can feel like a never-ending quest (albeit a fun one). Here are five spots we’ve been returning to lately: (Dare we say, the best […]

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15 July, 2021

Crafty Bastard Brewery: A Look Inside

600 beers in six years. Just to save you the math: that’s about two beers a week. Two unique beers a week that Crafty Bastard Brewery has put into the world and into our mouths since it opened its doors in downtown north in 2015. Just by the numbers, Crafty Bastard may be the best brewery […]

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9 July, 2021

5 Must-Try Food Truck Parks

We can all agree that food trucks rule, so it comes as no surprise that Knoxville went from zero food truck parks to five (yes, five) in just a matter of a few years. Are we mad about this? We are not. (And since you’re here reading this, we’re just going to go ahead and […]

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28 June, 2021

5 Fave Rooftop Bars in Knoxville

The Knoxville bar scene has expanded by leaps and bounds in just the last couple of years. From breweries and taprooms to CBD-infused beer bars, speakeasies and kitschy rum cocktail joints, Knoxville isn’t short on fun places to go when you want to wet your whistle. However, when it comes to sipping spirits while sitting […]

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7 June, 2021

Golden Roast Coffee Roasters: A Look Inside

Irregular pink marble floors, original exposed beams, the vestiges of the old church kitchen—these are just some of the charming architectural features welcoming customers at The Golden Roast Marble City.

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28 May, 2021

5 Must-Try Burgers in Knoxville

Whether you’re dreaming of backyard cookouts or aesthetic patio hangs, most of us are bound to experience a craving over the next few months only a juicy burger can satisfy. Honestly, it only makes sense that Memorial Day weekend kicks off with National Burger Day!

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11 May, 2021

Boyd’s Jig & Reel: A Look Inside

What makes a good bar great? A bartender who can juggle pint glasses? The physical bar itself? At Jig and Reel, I would say it’s the overall essence that makes it so unique. Just as scotch is one of those special spirits that manages to distill the essence of Scotland into a bottle, Jig and Reel has managed […]

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22 April, 2021

Geezers Brewery: A Look Inside

If there’s one thing you can count on with the old geezers in your life, it’s that they can tell a good story. Friends, true to form, Geezers Brewery is so full of good stories, it’s honestly hard to know where to start.

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20 March, 2021

7 Days of Asian Cuisine

If you ask us, Mongolian beef and egg rolls are absolutely critical to the success of breakups, Gilmore Girls marathons, and rainy weekend evenings. But besides that being (what we’re just going to go ahead and assume is) a universal truth, Asian-American small businesses got hit particularly hard during pandemic; and now we believe it’s […]


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13 September, 2021

5 of the Best Patios in Knoxville

When it comes to late summer/early fall in East Tennessee, you can count on two things. First, University of Tennessee football will let you down. Second, the weather will lift you right back up🙌 We’re talkin’ temps in the mid-70s, refreshing breezes, even *a little less humidity.*  You may find yourself asking, “Am I in […]

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6 May, 2021

10 Kid-Friendly Spots to Hang

Here are two things you quickly learn after having kids: first, it is imperative you find kid-friendly places you also enjoy (good news: we’re here with the scoop on kid-friendly spots in Knoxville. You’re in the right spot😂); and second, the questions buzzing through your head never stop. Things you never considered fixating on now […]

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16 April, 2021

7 Date Night Ideas

Whether you’re looking for a special evening with your significant other, a treat yoself adventure with numero uno, or it’s just high time for a girls night out: here are a few omg-it’s-been-a-year-since-I’ve-gone-out-and-my-social-anxiety-is-kicking -in-so-I-can’t-decide-what-to-do date night ideas to enjoy in good ole Knoxville, TN. 1.) SCOOTER TO SOKNO Have you seen the Link scooters downtown? […]

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1 March, 2021

7 Reasons to Call Knoxville Home

Knoxville, Tennessee is clearly a fantastic place. We know this. You know this. But perhaps you need to convince your pal to move here. Perhaps you’re trying to win an argument on Facebook (maybe stop though). Perhaps you’re considering a move here and just need that one extra nudge. Whatever the reason, we’re here to […]

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26 February, 2021

7 Dog-Friendly Businesses

It’s fun to grab a drink after work with your pals. It’s more fun to grab a drink after work with your pals and your pups! Not only are dogs the best, but they also act as incredible buffers if you’re in a new place. Want to meet some strangers? Life hack: Get a dog. […]

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5 January, 2021

5 Fave Black-Owned Businesses in Knoxville

If you’re anything like me, you may have been surprised to find out you had a lot to learn this summer.


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14 July, 2021

Sunflowers in South Knoxville

Buckle up, folks. Your Insta feeds are about to be littered with pics of bright, sunny faces as far as the eye can see. Nope, we aren’t referencing those sweet first-day-of-school pictures. We’re talking about the sunflower fields in South Knoxville – specifically, the 70-plus acres of sunflowers at Forks of the River Wildlife Management […]

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3 June, 2021

Navitat Canopy Adventures

Navitat is a hidden gem and a super cool adventure course built high in the canopy of the green forest of South Knoxville. It’s is an entire setup of multiple adventure and zipline courses, ranging from beginner, moderate, to difficult levels – legitimately something the whole family or friend group can enjoy. 

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27 May, 2021

Knoxville Adventure Collective

So many of us move to Knoxville for her access to all things outdoors. Jon and the folks at Knoxville Adventure Collective can legitimately help you start experiencing and exploring it.


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19 March, 2021

Oglewood Avenue: A Look Inside

Jade Adams is the stylish, hilarious owner of Oglewood Avenue – and frankly, we’d like to be her new best friend. (It’s not weird, okay? Don’t make it weird.) Besides, considering the way she takes care of her plants, she’d be a good best friend to have. Let’s back up: Remember COVID-19? Right. Well, that […]

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5 January, 2021

Honeymouth: A Look Inside

If you’d like to hear that on the daily, then might we suggest you just drop on by …

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5 January, 2021

5 Fave Black-Owned Businesses in Knoxville

If you’re anything like me, you may have been surprised to find out you had a lot to learn this summer.



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