Downtown Knoxville (Knoxville, TN)

By Holli McCray, Holli McCray Home Marketing Group
(Holli McCray Home Marketing Group Keller Williams)
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Living In A Downtown Knoxville Penthouse The Holli McCray Group @ Keller Williams Realty (865) 291-0355   CLICK HERE for more information about MLS #849763     As Downtown Knoxville continues to grow, living there becomes more and more appealing.  For many years, the lack of housing, retail, food...

By Chris Brown
(Keller Williams Realty)
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I have lived in Knoxville my entire life. I very vaguely remember going to the World's Fair in 1982. I was 3. Since then I mainly have memories of the World's Fair Park for the 4th of July. There was a shallow cement pond that always seemed to have ducks and someone with a remote control boat. As...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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Ford Motor Company has a director of it, NAR has hired one, Comcast and Knology both use it to get better. In fact, Frank the Comcast guy helped me get my cable and cable internet bill lowered 40 bucks a month; I like Frank; I even like Comcast better now. ;-) So what the heck is "Social Media"? ...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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This past Thursday evening was the second annual "Bloggers Night" at the Knoxville, Tennessee Symphony Orchestra (KSO). The Symphony invited up to 50 area bloggers and a companion to attend a free Symphony concert and attend a reception afterward. As a bonus the KSO performs most of their concert...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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Last night (Friday, Dec. 5) was Knoxville' annual Christmas Parade. Even though it was around 30 degrees the Saturday news said they estimated the crowds at 35,000.  I think that was a great turnout for such a cold night but.....Santa Claus was there and it is Christmas. There were lots of kids o...

By Rich Dansereau
(Positive Real Estate Professionals)
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Knoxville as a city is heavily influenced by it proximity to the Great Smokey Mountains with its rich Appalachian culture. Knoxville, because it is home to the University of Tennessee, is also heavily influenced by the diverse intellectual and artistic curiosity that characterizes any major unive...

By Rich Dansereau
(Positive Real Estate Professionals)
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With all the music history, from Memphis on the western border, Nashville in the north central part, and the Appalachian Mountains forming the eastern border of the state of Tennessee, Knoxville is fortunate to have "The Official State Theatre of Tennessee." The Tennessee Theatre opened October 1...
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