Wave the flag with the KSO

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Possibly the biggest – and loudest – concert of the year will be tonight’s free Knoxville Symphony Orchestra show at the Festival on the Fourth on the Performance Lawn at …

Reminder from Normandy

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A family visit to Mont Saint-Michel on the coast of Normandy, France, had us leaving as the sun slowly descended behind the small island and Norman Benedictine Abbey of St. …

Opposites attract … the eye

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Orange and pink are not two colors that I would typically think look good together. Here, the orange backdrop of downtown Knoxville’s Hilton Hotel garage provided a unique color contrast …

Colorful Cataloochee creates magic

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“The early fall colors of Cataloochee Valley and the lacy leaves of the sycamore tree are the inspiration for this 24×30-inch painting. The mountains often fulfill Robin’s artistic calling,” says …

New sounds fill KSO Q season finale

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When the Exposition Universelle of 1889 opened in Paris on May 6, Gustave Eiffel’s new iron tower was the star attraction. At 986 feet, it surpassed the 555-foot Washington Monument …

First Friday promises larger-than-life entertainment

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Knoxvillians aren’t known for being wooden – well, maybe some politicians – but wood is good in the hands of artist Denise Stewart-Sanabria.
Stewart-Sanabria is known for her “Plywood People,” life-size …