• The Knoxville Sunsphere

    Published 03/14/13 in Places
    The Knoxville Sunsphere

    The Sunsphere was built for the 1982 World's Fair and it served as the Fair's symbol. Now you can visit the observation deck on the 4th level or dine in the restaurant on the 5th.   See the Image

  • Neyland Stadium. Even if the University of Tennessee isn't your alma mater, you have to appreciate the pageantry of college football in one of the sport's finest venues. Neyland Stadium is one of…   Read the Article

  • Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, Tenn.

    PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Don’t believe your eyes -- some Knoxville names don't sound like they look.Krutch Park: (KROOTCH, not "crutch") This downtown green spot is named for a local photographer of…   Read the Article

  • Knoxville Essentials

    Published 02/12/13 in Places
    The Shrimp Dock, Knoxville, Tenn.

    Food and Drink Essentials: Best Places to ... BUY FRESH FISH The Shrimp Dock 5210 Kingston Pike All the fish sold at the Shrimp Dock is caught on American boats and flown in fresh, never frozen;…   Read the Article

  • Knoxville: North Hills

    Knoxville is a wooded, rolling town that prizes its natural beauty, particularly its springtime display of dogwood and redbud blooms. It's no surprise that many of the neighborhoods here are named…   Read the Article

  • The Knoxville Sunsphere

    Population: 182,337 USDA Hardiness Zone: 6 to 7 Major Airport: McGhee Tyson Airport Companies With a Major Presence Here: Scripps Networks, Tennessee Valley Authority, Oak Ridge National…   Read the Article

  • Knoxville may not be on everyone's radar, but it is quickly becoming a hotspot for relocating families and young professionals in the science and technology fields. About three hours east of…   Read the Article

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