Local Links

Here are some links to Knoxville sites of real interest–

The Knoxville Mercury — Knoxville’s newest alt-weekly launching on March 12, 2015.

Jack Neely: The Scruffy Citizen — Jack Neely is a noted author on Knoxville history topics and former editor and writer for Metro Pulse. Executive director of the Knoxville History Project

Knoxville Lost and Found — Fascinating blog that reveals the history behind Downtown Knoxville’s missing pieces

Inside of Knoxville — A website full of news and information on topics related to Downtown Knoxville.

Knox County Public Library — The downtown Lawson McGhee branch, in addition to being the obvious great local resource, also contains an extensive collection of classical music CDs and DVDs.

KnoxViews — Commentary from a broad-based and refreshing progressive point of view

Union Avenue Books — Downtown’s independent bookstore

Tennessee Theatre — 604 S. Gay Street (at Clinch Ave.)

Bijou Theatre — 803 S. Gay Street (at Cumberland Ave.)

Knoxville Symphony Orchestra

Knoxville Opera

University of Tennessee School of Music

Marble City Opera — Knoxville’s chamber opera company

Knoxville Museum of Art

Circle Modern Dance — performances and classes