Hello Loves, A new Knoxville watering hole has open and its concept is not only neat but super fun. Pour located at 207 West Jackson Avenue is a new concept on a bar that doesn't have bartenders and you don't pay by the glass but by the ounce… When you walk in you're … Continue reading Pour Some Good Times In Knoxville!
Hello Loves, Over the weekend Knoxville had their Democratic Convention. Local Democrats elected a new Chairperson: Emily Gregg. Gregg made a pretty good speech to begin her time as Chair of the Knox County Democratic Party. She thanked everyone who wanted to be apart of leadership, and thanked Rep. Rick Staples, for nominating her, which … Continue reading Democratic Convention
Hello Loves, Sandwiched between Tomo’s and Kingston Pike is a new burger place called Mooyah. In the interest of full disclosure, I worked for a company called Steak ‘n Shake for almost 10 years of my life and they specialize in burgers, so to say I know a little bit about burgers might be … Continue reading MooYUM!
Hello Loves, With the deadline fast approaching for bills to be introduced in the Tennessee legislature, proposed legislation is raining down on Nashville. I heard about a particular piece of legislation called the “Milo Bill”. The “Milo Bill” was inspired by events on the campus of the Berkeley campus of the University of California … Continue reading Free Speech for Everyone? Update from Nashville…..
Hello Loves, Going around town isn’t always easy and I feel like school rezoning meetings have taken over my life. I ventured to Holston Middle School to listen in and I would imagine there might have been 100 people in attendance. The meetings are beginning to run together in my mind. In fact, there … Continue reading Rezoning meeting at Holston Middle School