Food from the Heart, food for the Soul!

Hello Loves, Knoxville is finally going to have a true soul food restaurant  and boy o boy I'm counting down the days until I can get my hands on some Fried Green Tomatoes..  LaFetta’s owned by David Gillette is having their Grand Opening on Oct 6th.  The location is 703 N Cherry St, and I cannot … Continue reading Food from the Heart, food for the Soul!

These Candidates Are On Fire

Hello Loves   Endorsements are coming in like bee’s to honey and today the Knoxville Firefighters made their picks for city council and the endorsements go to.. Andrew Roberto District District 2 West Knoxville   Stephanie Welch District 1 South Knoxville   Harry Tindell District 4 East KNoxville   James Corcoran District 3 North West … Continue reading These Candidates Are On Fire

Meet n Greet With The Mayor

Hello Loves, Do you need a Thursday night event, well loves here's where I will be.  Come out and support our local county mayor running for  U.S. Congress.   Its a great way to meet Mayor Burchett if you haven't already and an amazing way to hear what his platform is for his U.S. Congress … Continue reading Meet n Greet With The Mayor

Meet-N-Greet To Start Your October

Hello Loves,   Fall is officially here and one candidate is kicking it off with a big event. Don Ridings is running for Knox County Circuit Court Clerk. The Annual Bain Bonfire Chili Cook-off this year will be a meet-n-greet with Don Ridings.   The Chili Cook Off and meet-n-greet is on Saturday October 7th … Continue reading Meet-N-Greet To Start Your October

Old Gray Lantern and Carriage Tour is THIS SUNDAY!

Hello Loves,   I’ve mentioned all week about the Old Gray Cemetery Lantern tour this Sunday, but what I've not talked about is what  your ticket cost goes towards? To get in on Sunday it is $10 dollars, $5 dollars for students with a student ID, and an extra $5 dollars for the horse and … Continue reading Old Gray Lantern and Carriage Tour is THIS SUNDAY!

First in the Race

Hello Loves, As most of you know, State Representative Roger Kane, is not seeking re-election. He's instead running for Knox County Court Clerk. So who's going to replace him? Attorney Jesse Nelson is the first to hit the ground running for that seat. He's having his campaign kickoff on October 5th at Calhoun's at Pellissippi. … Continue reading First in the Race

Three Women Candidates for Governor

Hello Loves, Three Republican candidates for governor were at the Knoxville Expo Center today for a forum hosted by the Knox County Republican Party. Speaker Beth Harwell, former State Senator Mae Beavers, and Kay White all showed up. Yes you read that right. With the exception of Congresswoman Diane Black, it was only the women … Continue reading Three Women Candidates for Governor