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- 06/07/13--12:45: _Anne spells freedom...
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- 04/28/16--08:09: _Hats off – or, in t...
- 07/26/17--13:07: _Historic preservati...
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- 11/28/18--10:46: _A light goes out in...
- 06/07/13--12:45: Anne spells freedom: D-I-V-O-R-C-E
- 06/04/15--14:16: EWA finds power in numbers for 35 years
- 04/28/16--08:09: Hats off – or, in this case, on – to the Botanical Garden
- 07/26/17--13:07: Historic preservation with a Polish twist (and pierogies!)
- 10/05/18--11:24: Cause for Paws ’18: carousing for the critters
- 11/28/18--10:46: A light goes out in Knoxville, but look for the signs
Let’s say you are 63 years old and have been married to your husband for 42 years, since you were 21. And let’s say you found out he has been cheating on you — with a woman he also had … Continue reading
Thirty-five years ago, I hate to say, women were almost invisible in the power structure of Knoxville. That’s when a handful of local professional women got together and formed a support group, of sorts, to share information and brainstorm ideas. … Continue reading
How often do you go to a fundraiser that is virtually perfect? I went to one last week. It was the Hats in Bloom luncheon at the Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum. Why, you ask, was it perfect? Well, it … Continue reading
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Pierogies, borscht, cabbage. Ah, the food of Poland. And vodka, of course. Potato vodka. Forty folks shelled out $170 each for these delicacies last week, along with a chance to dine at the Sequoyah Hills home of former Ambassador to … Continue reading
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It was hot. But with the combination of a lovely setting, food by the fabulous Holly Hambright, drink service by The Pour Guys, Americana music by Pistol Creek Catch of the Day and a cause that anybody can get behind, … Continue reading
I was at a Knox County Commission meeting last week when I began receiving worried text messages and, ultimately, a phone call with the news about the incomparable Mickey Mallonee’s passing. Mickey has been a wonderful part of my and … Continue reading