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Guest information for Monday's show

Guest information for Monday's show

Healthy & Wellness Weekend

January 17-20
RiverStone Resort and Spa

This event is designed to kick start your New Year and put you on the right path to a new you. It is 3 days packed with exercise classes from boot class to Zumba. Andrea Kendrick RD. of DNA Performance and Nutrition designed a delicious and nutritious menu Just for this event and Chef Ray has been secured by RiverStone Resort to prepare the meals for the event and will be giving cooking demonstrations throughout out the weekend.

50% off tickets for Tinsel and Treasure By Junior League of Knoxville

50% off tickets for Tinsel and Treasure By Junior League of Knoxville

 

Check out today's featured Deal Chicken deal!

Halloween photo shoot to benefit ETCH

Halloween photo shoot to benefit ETCH

Downtown photographer John Black is offering a Halloween photo shoot for kids, adults, and pets this Friday - and all procedes go to East Tennessee Children's Hospital. 

Visit the John Black Photography studio in the Daylight Building at 501 Union Avenue on October 26th from 4pm-8pm dressed to kill!  

People get a glimpse of urban living

People get a glimpse of urban living

The City People Home Tour showcased nine homes throughout Downtown Knoxville on Sunday.

People got to peek inside urban lofts, town homes and condos, while learning about what the downtown area has to offer its residents. The home tours gave people the opportunity to find out which jobs, parking, shopping, eating and recreation are available downtown.

Event organizers said this tour has helped the downtown area grow to over 2,000 people during the past few years. They say many people who participated in this tour decided to move downtown afterwards.

Downtown residents will open their homes for tour Sunday

Downtown residents will open their homes for tour Sunday

Downtown Knoxville may be a place where you work or shop or enjoy a meal. Many people also make downtown their home.

"It's an urban existence but we feel very connected to East Tennessee," downtown resident Linda Gay Blanc said.

She and her husband took a tour of downtown homes years ago and fell in love with the Phoenix Building.

They are close to their jobs. It's a short bus ride or bike ride away. And they really appreciate their view.