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Saturday, February 14th, 2015

Sapporo Snow Festival

Every year, nearly 2 million people attend the Snow Festival in Sapporo, Japan. For seven days every February, Odori Park is turned into a winter wonderland, featuring gigantic snow sculptures, food, and live entertainment. The event even featured a giant “Star Wars Mount Rushmore” snow sculpture. This year, Knoxville’s own Shaun Estep shared this photo essay

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Saturday, February 7th, 2015

REVIEW: Under the Same Blue Sky

By: Judy S. Blackstock Under the Same Blue Sky Pamela Schoenewaldt, author William Morrow Paperbacks 352 pages $14.99 Knoxville author Pamela Schoenewaldt continues writing entertaining historical fiction with the publication of her third novel, Under The Same...

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Monday, January 19th, 2015

Let’s Keep the LGBT Conversation Going

Longtime Knoxville LGBT activist Gary Elgin wears many hats: writer, artist, leader, troublemaker, promoter, and organizer. Yet, he might be best known for his trademark purple fedora when he hosts his web-based talk show  The Lavender Table. Elgin...

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Saturday, January 3rd, 2015

Knox 1st Fridays: January 2015

Painted silk scarves, Chinese paint brush strokes, and a beginner’s first solo show are highlighted at the Art Market Gallery and Preservation Pub.

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Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Knox 1st Fridays: December 2014

This month we focus on the University of Tennessee’s Downtown and 1010 Galleries on Gay Street. Meanwhile, a little Christmas parade passes by! Happy Holidays from KNOXzine!

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Friday, December 5th, 2014

KNOXzine: Have You Ever

This heartfelt video represents some of the people we have met since the creation of KNOXzine in early 2013. To celebrate our first print publication in December 2014, we wanted to reflect upon and celebrate the people...

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Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Knoxville Greenway Guidebook Available

“I wanted a way for Knoxville and Knox County residents to hike without undertaking a drive to the Smoky Mountains or other inconvenient areas,” said Ron Shrieves, an outings leader with the Harvey Broome Group of the...

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Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Animal Enrichment at the Knoxville Zoo

Lisa New, Executive Director of the Knoxville Zoo, tells us about Art Gone Wild- an annual fundraising event where you can buy paintings made by animals at the zoo! All proceeds go towards the animal enrichment program.

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Sunday, November 9th, 2014

Knox 1st Fridays: November 2014

The first in our video series covering Knoxville’s traditional First Friday events and activities. This month, we explore the Emporium Center! Please give us feedback and let us know what you’d like to see us cover.

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Sunday, October 26th, 2014

“You Will Be Fed” 2014 Knoxville Horror Film Fest Audience Award for Short Film

Knoxzine’s parent company, Nolpix Media, won the Audience Award for Best Short Film at the 2014 Knoxville Horror Film Fest 666. We won a beautiful and badass statue created by Paulk & Co., and a set of...

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Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

WDWRK Finalist in Martha Stewart Design Contest

Just over a year ago, craftsman and graphic artist, Rob Laliberte turned his Old North Knoxville carriage house into a wood working shop. Using only hand tools and a small saw, he whittled away enjoyable hours crafting...

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Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

I am a Teenage Sexual Health Advocate

Some high school students cannot read Arthur Miller’s The Crucible without giggling over Tituba’s name. Female students are not allowed to carry purses at school and are told to “be discreet” when handling feminine hygiene products when...

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Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

Ga-Ga for Go-Go’s

By: Gregory Stringer In the days of antiquity, people played a game called Astragals. It used the knucklebones of sheep which had been carved and painted, and the pieces were tossed and thrown against each other. Because...

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Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

Getting the Last Laugh in Africa

By: Judy S. Blackstock “Hyenas aren’t sexy,” says Dee White, from her charming Holston Hills cottage. White, close to retiring after over 25 years as a social worker and Coordinator of New Born Screening in the Genetics...

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Monday, September 22nd, 2014

Celebrate Hispanic Culture with HoLa Hora Latina

By: Barbara S F Davis HoLa Hora Latina commandeers Market Square on Saturday, September 27 and Sunday, September 28, 2014 for the 15th Annual HoLa Festival. Admission is free. This event is a great introduction to the richness...

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