Hello Loves, This weekend is full of Knoxville events that will keep you out of the house and loving our amazing city. Starting last week on Knoxville Morning News on 92.3, I picked my weekend picks for what I think would be perfect for you to enjoy in Knoxville. Drum Roll Please, this week's pick for … Continue reading Weekend Picks
Hello Loves, Do you like to Fish? I'm not the best fisherwoman I have a tendency to talk to much, and apparently fish don't like loud mouths, but I do enjoy it. If you didn't know you need a license to fish but June 8 is your free fishing day, check out more info below! … Continue reading One Fish Two Fish Three Fish For Free
Hello Loves, This Friday is the downtown Christmas Parade and I am here as your go-to girl for Knoxville to give you some tips on how to make the night perfect for a date night, a family-friendly event or just to go and get into the Christmas spirit. The WIVK Christmas Parade will start on … Continue reading Downtown Christmas Parade
Hello Loves, The Republican Party of Knoxville is due to elect a new chair and vice chair soon. The rumor mill is going so strong I fear it may bust down the walls soon. Of course, we have Randy Pace running. He's been a member of the Republican party for a while and has attended … Continue reading Republican Chairman?
Hello Loves, New Harvest Park will host a Honey Fair. Mark it on your Calander and support our local bees. Read all about it from the desk of our County Mayor Glenn Jacobs. New Harvest Park Farmers Market to host Honey Fair WHEN: Honey Fair WHERE: Thursday, Sept. 27 from … Continue reading Support the Bees
Hello Loves, Representative Martin Daniel and Representative Eddie Smith will be hosting a Knoxville/Knox County Transportation planning forum on Wednesday, September 12, 2018- from 1pm-2:30pm. This forum will be at Realtors Association of Knoxville 609, Weisgarber Rd. This is open to the public, and events like this are great to get your questions answered … Continue reading Representative Daniel and Smith Forum
Hello Loves, Let’s talk about campaigns, slander, and rising above. Knoxville's 2nd Congressional Campaign was ROUGH! I wrote several blogs about signs being stolen, tossing hateful words back and forth, and more. Another little something that was rumored is that I “hate” Jimmy Matlock. Now it’s a well-known fact that I am definitely a … Continue reading How Campaign Season Should Be